Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick

Columnist

Award-winning columnist, author of “The Israeli Solution"

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Responding to Hezbollah’s strategic offensive

By acting slowly and deliberately, Israel can learn as it goes, adapting its operations to the conditions it discovers on the ground. Op-ed.

Responding to Hezbollah’s strategic offensive

What will be the impact if Gantz departs the unity government?

He has used his presence in the war cabinet not to give a boost to Israel’s war effort but to serve as a drag on it. The government will be more stable without him. Opinion.

What will be the impact if Gantz departs the unity government?

Does Biden reject Israel’s right to self-defense?

The administration’s effort to stymie military action, coupled with its continued criticism as to how Israel is conducting a just war against a terror group, puts the Jewish state at risk in the region and the world. Opinion.

Does Biden reject Israel’s right to self-defense?

Egypt must pay a price for its sponsorship of Hamas

It has become clear that Egyptian President Abdel Fatah el-Sisi has been playing Israel for a fool. One point to ponder: Israel’s takeover of the border zone from Hamas will necessarily involve the loss of massive profits for the Organi Group and its stakeholders—Sheikh al-Organi and General el-Sisi. Op-ed.

Egypt must pay a price for its sponsorship of Hamas

The ICC’s war crimes

If permitted to proceed unpunished for its actions on the global stage, the court will gain in power and stature.

The ICC’s war crimes

Why has Gallant abandoned Israel’s war goals?

Since the failed peace process began in 1993, the General Staff became a stakeholder in the success of its “partner,” the Palestinian Authority. It is the same kind of naive conception that believed Hamas was "deterred" and wants to ive a good liife. Op-ed.

Why has Gallant abandoned Israel’s war goals?

Biden ends the US-Israel alliance at a fortuitous moment

So far, administration sychophants have not succeeded in turning the American people against either the Jewish state or the Jewish people. Hamas and the U.S. positions are in complete alignment.

Biden ends the US-Israel alliance at a fortuitous moment

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Caroline Glick: The Jewish vote is up for grabs, and it may decide the US election

The White House and its supporters are using Muslims in Michigan to justify a slew of deeply hostile policies against Israel. Will that matter come fall? Op-ed.

Caroline Glick: The Jewish vote is up for grabs, and it may decide the US election

Now is the time for choosing

“What is important now is for all of us, all of us who … cherish our values and our civilization to stand up together and to say: Enough is enough,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Now is the time for choosing

What happens when children seize the wheel

The U.S. posture in this war has rattled Israel and the U.S.’s Sunni allies to their core. There is a sense that for the Biden administration, everything that is happening here is a game. It isn’t a war. At best, it’s a playground fight, or a video game. Opinion.

What happens when children seize the wheel

The Biden administration’s outright war against the government of Israel

Before Oct. 7, rioters demanded the overthrow of Netanyahu’s coalition due to its “anti-democratic” policies and “corruption.” The new rallying cry is to free the hostages. Op-eds.

The Biden administration’s outright war against the government of Israel

The triumph of the blood libel

We’re seeing lots and lots of it these days. It’s worth recalling what a blood libel really is. Op-ed.

The triumph of the blood libel

How the ‘settler violence’ campaign works

One of the many distressing aspects of the campaign to criminalize Israeli civilians is that it’s apparently the first target. The next one? The IDF. Op-ed.

How the ‘settler violence’ campaign works

360 degrees of hostility: The Biden administration and Israel

Why is the United States continuing to hamper the ability of the Israel Defense Forces in Gaza? Op-ed.

360 degrees of hostility: The Biden administration and Israel

Israel’s isolated generals

The Israeli public has made clear that it opposes cutting a deal for the hostages that will enable Hamas to survive the war. Its leaders should listen.

Israel’s isolated generals

The US campaign to oust Netanyahu

The U.S. secretary of state has tried to compel the Israeli prime minister to agree to a plan that would see the Palestinian Authority, which nominally controls Palestinian autonomous areas in Judea and Samaria, take over Gaza. The anti-Bibi forces in Israel are helping him. Op-ed.

The US campaign to oust Netanyahu

Victory is more important than US support

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his ministers must remember that Israel is not an American vassal state. Op-ed.

Victory is more important than US support

Standing up for national unity and national survival, despite the Supreme Court

The outgoing Supreme Court President, like her dwindling camp of post-Zionist elitists, are most concerned with keeping their power.Op-ed.

Standing up for national unity and national survival, despite the Supreme Court

Rising from the ruins of a generation of failed Israeli security doctrine

It will take years to correct the damage the generals wrought by reducing the size of the IDF and inducing its total dependence on the US.

Rising from the ruins of a generation of failed Israeli security doctrine

Aharon Haliva has got to go. Now.

An intelligence chief whose poor judgment led to catastrophe and who has a history of insubordination cannot be trusted. Op-ed.

Aharon Haliva has got to go. Now.

Biden is the primary obstacle to Israeli victory

Polling shows that the overwhelming majority of Americans and lawmakers support Israel in this war and want it to destroy Hamas; Op-ed.

Biden is the primary obstacle to Israeli victory

Israel’s strategic imperative

We need to think about what the Oct. 7 attack represents within the Iranian blueprint for the annihilation of the Jewish state.Op-ed.

Israel’s strategic imperative

Why are the October 7 atrocities being denied?

If the Jews are the villains, then it is moral to hate them. and stand with Hamas. And it is immoral to support the Jews and Israel. Op-ed.

Why are the October 7 atrocities being denied?

Biden’s Hamas conundrum

The president’s continued reliance on his anti-Israel, pro-Iran officials is not merely a policy disaster. It is a political problem. Op-ed.

Biden’s Hamas conundrum

As Biden turns against Israel, Netanyahu must stand strong

If Netanyahu fails to stand up to the United States, if he buckles, the pressure from Washington won’t stop.

As Biden turns against Israel, Netanyahu must stand strong

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Hamas’s deception—and our self-deception

The US and Israel continue to base their policies on the fiction that the Palestinian Authority is willing to coexist with Israel. Opinion.

Hamas’s deception—and our self-deception

‘We the People’ begin to speak

In the Israel the left seeks to create, Judaism will be no more than a kitschy accessory. Op-ed.

‘We the People’ begin to speak

What Iran’s penetration of Washington means

The depth of Iran’s infiltration into the foreign-policy and media establishments exposed in this week’s reports isn’t surprising.

What Iran’s penetration of Washington means

The Netanyahu-MBS partnership comes into full view

The Saudi crown prince made it clear that he won’t accept American appeasement of Iran. Op-ed.

The Netanyahu-MBS partnership comes into full view

A prayer for 5784

It is post-Zionism—not Zionism—that guarantees tyranny. There is no contradiction between Jewish and democratic.Op-ed.

A prayer for 5784

A Nazi speech in Ramallah tells a much larger tale

The Israeli left, European Union and Biden administration have an interest in repressing Nazi roots of Palestinian Arab nationalism.Op-ed.

A Nazi speech in Ramallah tells a much larger tale

Will Israeli democracy survive the court?

An unelected group of ethically challenged, self-selected men and women may rule that Netanyahu must be removed from office. Op-ed.

Will Israeli democracy survive the court?

Israel’s #MeToo Stalinists celebrate their victory

After denying the Kohelet Policy Forum its chief donor, far-left activists have trained their sights on the Tikvah Fund. Op-ed.

Israel’s #MeToo Stalinists celebrate their victory

What deal are the Americans and Saudis negotiating?

If Washington wants to be the superpower in the region, it needs to provide its allies, Israel and Saudi Arabia, with guarantees. Op-ed.

What deal are the Americans and Saudis negotiating?

Present, past and the Tenth of Av

In the 18 years since the withdrawal, Gaza has been transformed from a tactical nuisance into a strategic threat. Op-ed.

Present, past and the Tenth of Av

Israel and the new America

It’s time to wean Israel off U.S. military aid. Op-ed.

Israel and the new America

Israel must respond forcefully to Hezbollah aggression

Whatever the consequences of showing strength to an aggressor, it is better to do so than for Israel to display weakness to Hezbollah.Op-ed.

Israel must respond forcefully to Hezbollah aggression

The limited potential of the operation in Jenin

Unfortunately, the IDF doesn’t share the Netanyahu government’s understanding of the strategic realities on the ground. Op-ed.

The limited potential of the operation in Jenin

The scorched earth prosecutors

Netanyahu’s prosecutors, the police commanders and the media intend to fight to the bitter end. And bitter it wil be. Op-ed.

The scorched earth prosecutors

Trump, Netanyahu and the renaissance of Soviet apparatchiks

Leftists do not believe in equality before the law. This week in the US and Israel, we saw how low media and justice have fallen. Op-ed.

Trump, Netanyahu and the renaissance of Soviet apparatchiks