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Dr. Moshe Dann
Dr. Moshe Dann
Moshe Dann is a writer and journalist with a Ph.d in history, who lives in Jerusalem.
Dr. Moshe Dann's Articles
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Olmert's legacy and Binyamin Netanyahu's burden.
Farce in a Kfar Saba Courtroom
The police have marked Tzvia as a troublemaker.
Olmert's National Policy of Guilt
An insight into what motivates Israeli policy.
The 'Legal' War on Israel
They made up 'the law' to fit their politics.
The Great Debate
Israelis are facing a moment of truth.
The Mughrabi Gate: An Alternative
This proposal is "win-win."
What One Can See From Homesh
A two-state solution leads to the Final Solution.
Churban and Korban: The Structure of Experience
Jewish memory, Gush Katif and the Temple Mount.
A New Paradigm
Attempts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by political solutions involving the establishment of a second
Peace Now Flakes Out
Peace Now's latest "expose" - charging that Israeli settlements are built on "private Palestinian land" - is a
Outposts on the Road to Another Lebanon
Despite warnings from military and security heads in Israel that Hamas and Hizbullah are active throughout the
Refugees - Are We All One?
Unable to assume the expenses, institutions and communities began to ask government and private agencies for help.
Children Challenge the System
This month, two 15-year-old girls, Oriah Shirel and Iska Federman, were released from N'vei Tirza, a maximum security
The Bar Mitzvah of Israel's Right-Wing
Regardless of one's politics, nearly all agree that, undermined by a lack of accountability and rampant corruption,
Israel's Policy of Ambiguity
Something new has happened in Israel. Nobody is talking about "peace", not even the extreme Left (like Peace Now,
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