“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/16xVPQV , May 03, 2013
The recycled Arab League peace proposal – based on the Palestinian claim of return and the1967 lines with mutually agreed land swap – attempts to sell oceanfront property in Arizona.
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/WaEZhE, January 18, 2013
President Obama’s criticism of Prime Minister Netanyahu – on the eve of the January 22, 2013 Israeli election - underlines the secondary role played by the Palestinian issue in shaping US-Israel strategic cooperation.
"Israel Hayom", ow.ly/1R1EEk , January 11, 2013
In contrast with the worldview of Hagel and other Palestine Firsters, none of the tectonic developments on the stormy Arab Street derives from the Palestinian issue
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/WEguJJ, December 03, 2012
The flabbier the Israeli policy and the frailer the Israeli response to Palestinian terrorism, the more flagrant is the Palestinian abrogation of agreements.
The Wilkow Majority radio show, http://bit.ly/TP5EOL, November 20, 2012
Israel is the beachhead of Western democracies in the battle against Islamic terrorism.
“Israel Hayom”, http://bit.ly/OgiRo6, September 21, 2012
Governor Romney’s September 18, 2012 assessments of the Palestinian issue – opposing the “two state solution” - highlight the battle between data-driven realism and desire-driven wishful-thinking.
Dr. Martin Sherman
Jerusalem Post, http://bit.ly/Mc7w3H , June 21, 2012
When both reason, reality fail to impact on two-staters, Arab-appeasers, Muslim-mollifiers, perhaps all that remains is ridicule.
YnetNews.Com, June 18, 2012
A poll recently published by the Ramallah-based Palestinian “Center for Policy and Survey Research (PCPSR)” reveals that the majority of Palestinian Arabs believe their government is corrupt.
"Israel Hayom", http://bit.ly/NuVnt6, June 12, 2012
A shift in the Israeli state-of-mind, since the euphoric days of the 1993 Oslo Accords and since the recent eruption of the tectonic “Arab Street”.
“Ha’Ummah” quarterly, March 2012, Vol. 185 , March 31, 2012
Most Palestinian Arabs are descendants of the 1845-1947 Muslim migrants from the Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, as well as from Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, Bosnia, the Caucasus, Turkmenistan, Kurdistan, India, Afghanistan and Balochistan.