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The Conceptzia: Two States - Land for Peace

The two-state conceptzia, like other fatal errors in Israel's history, relies on the delusion that there is a willingness to live in peace with Israel as a Jewish State. Intafadas and multiple Gaza Wars do not deter Israelis who stand by the two-state conceptzia. Op-ed.

The Conceptzia: Two States - Land for Peace

What we must do after the war

Israel must retake control of the entire Land of Israel and never withdraw again.

What we must do after the war

The Palestinian Issue – a Land-for-Peace proposition?

The land acquired by Israel kn 1967 is not the issue. Opinion.

The Palestinian Issue – a Land-for-Peace proposition?

A non-belligerence agreement is better than a peace treaty

Recent peace treaties conceal the danger of an economic takeover of Israel by the Gulf states. Thiat is as dangerous as ceding land.Op-ed/

A non-belligerence agreement  is better than a peace treaty

The Torah's Position on Land Concessions for Peace (Vayeira)

What is the Torah's stand on swapping land for peace? A classic commentator lays down a principle based on the Abraham/Avimelech agreement.

The Torah's Position on Land Concessions for Peace (Vayeira)

Dear Jared…Never…Okay?...Never!

We need to know, Jared, who made this “very generous proposal for the establishment of a Palestinian state?”  Op-ed.

Dear Jared…Never…Okay?...Never!

What they mean when they say Israel’s “policies”

What they mean when they say Israel’s “policies”

Another shattered dream?

Another shattered dream?

Jewish Home MK: I'm Ready to Give Up Land for Peace

Magal says at Tel Aviv University he supports 'territorial concessions' and expelling 'outposts,' says 'it's a bummer to be an occupier.'

Jewish Home MK: I'm Ready to Give Up Land for Peace

The US has been Committed to Land for Peace since 1948

The US has been Committed to Land for Peace since 1948

So Bibi Wants to Trade Land for Peace

So Bibi Wants to Trade Land for Peace

Left-Wing Journalist Regrets Golan Stance

A reporter for Haaretz regrets his stance on the Golan. ‘The world jihad would have been in Ein Gav.’

Left-Wing Journalist Regrets Golan Stance