Walter Bingham

Britain, Beware of the Trojan Horse

Boycott calls are not only anti-Israel., 8/7/2007, 12:27 AM

Is Punishment for Civil Disobedience Always Justified?

Commitment to the law depends on its content., 4/25/2007, 11:51 PM

Civil Disobedience or Blind Compliance?

Is there a right to engage in civil disobedience?, 4/13/2007, 12:15 AM

The Futile Excursion to Homesh

It was a PR triumph for the government., 3/29/2007, 11:05 PM

An Open Letter to Minister Rafi Eitan

I know that you are a member of the security cabinet, but that's a mistake. You and your ministry should concentrate on, and deal with, the matters for which the pensioners and their supporters have elected you: to help the underprivileged, the hungry and homeless, and, most of all, to obtain better conditions for the pensioners., 9/14/2006, 10:42 AM

Tomorrow Never Comes

In almost every speech that Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has delivered since the implementation of his order to expel 10,000 of his Jewish fellow citizens from their legally owned homes in a legitimate part of Israel, he has referred to it as a "painful decision". Painful?, 11/24/2005, 2:29 PM

The Judiciary in Israel

What about Israel's judiciary? The slogan on their web site is very interesting. It quotes Isaiah 1: "Zion will be redeemed with justice, and her captives with righteousness.", 10/31/2005, 11:22 PM

Disasters: The Media and Israel's Government

There are times when political and even religious considerations override desperate need, on the one hand, or compassion, on the other. For instance, despite extensive recent contacts with Israel, Pakistan expressed the wish to have Israeli aid channeled via a third country. Isn't that the paradigm of hypocrisy?, 10/23/2005, 10:54 PM

Israel's Black September

Israel, too, has its Black September, but it started in August this year, when nearly 10,000 of her citizens were made homeless., 9/18/2005, 11:57 PM