David Shalom

Mubarak Gone, Will Israel Learn?

Whatever the exact power structure will settle down to be, it is a near certainty that the next rulers of Egypt will be more Islamic in character and more hostile to Israel. Will Israel learn?, 2/10/2011, 7:19 PM

Time to Topple Netanyahu

Many Israelis feel the Prime Minister is adroit in managing the pressures and complexities he is facing. This writer thinks the opposite., 9/22/2010, 3:20 AM

Israelis Everywhere Should Vote

Israelis living abroad are a source of strength to the Jewish State and should vote if anti Zionist Arab Israelis are allowed to vote, says this writer., 1/28/2010, 10:44 AM

Hope at the Ballot Box

There is a party that will stand up for you., 1/28/2009, 10:52 PM

Thoughts on Winograd

A decade of decline, false hope and politicization, 2/3/2008, 11:56 PM

The Wake-Up Call

Olmert and his gang will lead Israel to new lows., 11/20/2007, 4:47 PM

The Enemy Within

The Israeli Left remains the greatest threat., 7/20/2007, 10:49 AM

Where Now for the National Camp?

They are not just standing for the 10,000 Jews who will be expelled from their homes, but they are protesting to protect the entire nation. It is this message that must told and retold in order to earn the hearts and minds of the entire public. , 7/21/2005, 11:14 PM

Disengaged from Party, People, and Reality

Israel is a state of less than 6 million Jews surrounded by 250 million Moslem Arabs, so should we dismantle the state? Isn?t the demographic problem impossible to solve? The past century or so of Zionism show that the renewal of the Jewish people within the land of Israel is a glorious feat that will not be defeated by Arab aggressors. , 5/10/2005, 5:16 PM

Arik, Go Home!

Ariel Sharon's "Disengagement Plan", which will be presented to the Likud party for referendum on May 2, is a dangerous programme that is surrender to terror and a betrayal of the Israeli electorate and the Jewish Nation. The plan to surrender the land of Israel to the PLO, especially after the ten years of the Oslo disaster and the three-and-a-half years of the Arab revolt, is an obscene insult t, 4/21/2004, 6:57 PM

An Ethical Foreign Policy

The agreement announced on Sunday, January 25, between Israel and the Hezbollah terrorist organisation is a further nail in the coffin of Israel's deterrent power. , 1/27/2004, 7:10 PM

Time for Regime Change in Riyadh

The Arab states have more natural resources (including most of the world?s petroleum), landmass and population than the United States, but remain stuck in the Mediaeval era, with high illiteracy rates, poverty and unemployment. It is the Arabs who are the authors of their own miseries and, until they accept this, they are doomed to remain backward, choosing not to invest in education, science and , 11/24/2003, 5:54 PM


The Arabs upped the ante, but Sharon remained firm in his weakness, he wanted to "give Abu Mazen a chance", as if the thousands of chances, the hundreds of murders, were acceptable. Not a day went past without a drive-by shooting, or an attempted homicide bomb or a missile attack. Kassam missiles reached Ashkelon, but Sharon limited his response to a pinpoint attack on a few Hamas leaders, as if I, 9/14/2003, 4:06 PM

The Doomed Map

The Quartet of the EU, Russia, the UN and the US have a plan for "peace", a roadmap for peace in the Middle East, which they say is "not negotiable", which "both sides" must accept. The first, most obvious question that comes to mind is: What happened to sovereignty? Since when can foreign powers dictate what Israel has to do? , 5/5/2003, 8:21 AM