Dovid Efune, Dir. Algemeiner Journal
"Information Age" Lessons from PassoverThe opportunities that are at Jewish fingertips at present are unprecedented in history, especially in the arena of publishing and information proliferation.
The Peril of Precedent, Israel and the Peace TalksDoes Israel actually have a 'red line?'" Meaning, is there anything that the Arabs could do, that would prompt Israel to demand that the situation be remedied before agreeing to, or calling for, a return to discussions?
Which Republican Candidate Is Best for Israel?Many politicians with divergent views on sticky Israeli issues have attempted to redefine what it means to be pro-Israel by formulating their own definitions on what is in Israel’s best interests. Here is an assessment from worst to best.
Live by the Media, Die by the MediaWhereas in the past, media tools were only available to a select few, today everybody has access to them. The media as a barometer for the Arab Spring.
Future Jewish Leadership: Journalist vs. PoliticianA young prominent Israeli activist drew a diagram of Israeli society for me, a triangle divided into three parts. "On the bottom," he explained, "are the people, in the middle are the politicians, and on the top are the journalists."
The Ultimate New Year GreetingDid even an act as horrific as the Fogel family murder change anybody’s life so significantly as to fuel a movement whose goals where designed to forever prevent its repetition?
Suicide DiplomacyAbbas is a suicide diplomat, he doesn't care what he takes with him, as long as Israel is one of the victims.
The Real Case Against PA Statehood UDIThere is a strong case to be made, that the notion of another Arab State on Israel’s doorstep has no moral or historic justification, and never was and never will be in Israel’s interest.
Steve Jobs and the Virtue of FailurePolitics can’t compete with collective common sense. Israeli polls show that people understand what failed in the past and don't want it repeated.
Hollywood and Israelin the Hollywood mind, Israel’s movie came to an end in the early eighties and now its collective chronicle has become mundane. The latest Palestinian Arab release is more compelling. Who cares if it flies in the face of moral conventions?
Glenn Beck and the Jewish Leadership VacuumBeck said his mission in Israel is to convey three distinct messages, the first to Christians, ‘don’t try and convert the Jews,’ the second, to remember past atrocities against the Jewish people, and third, that all must stand with Israel.
Jews Fight Too: Of Jews and WarThe British view of anti-Semitism is that an anti-Semite is someone who hates the Jews more than absolutely necessary. Dovid answers one of them here.
Not Another Jewish Dime to YaleArab donors are tough customers, who wield significant and growing influence in American institutions of higher learning, through consistently being uncompromising in their expectations.
How Obama Divided the JewsIsraelis are less prepared than American Jews to allow others, however well-intentioned, to raise the stakes on their future.
Declare a Second Jewish StateIf Israel can suggest a man made PA island off the Gaza shores to bypass Hamas, why shouldn't this be considered as well?
Senseless in SeattleHistory has shown that it is the passivity of good men that allows for the triumph of evil. StandWithUs seems to have read the writer's mind.
Keep Your Eye on Michael GoveMichael Gove, UK Secretary of State for Education in the UK, a man of integrity, is not as yet world known, but perhaps it is time for him to shine.
Boiler Room PeaceAnother peace process? How many times must they fail at the same endeavors before considering that there may be some fundamental inadequacies with their boiler room policies? (sent to INN by the author)