Analysis & Opinion

Pierre Krahenbuhl

Opinion: Schadenfreude and the UNRWA scandal

Pierre Krähenbühl collected money for business-class trips with his mistress, whom he fast-tracked into a role he invented for her so that she could accompany him around the world in style.
August 1, 2019
The Squad

Opinion: The Squad – a new culture in town

These women represent a good portion of the new generation of Americans brought up with adistorted history of America, misguided values and lefitst indoctrination.
July 28, 2019
Iran child abuse

Radicalization of kids: a global threat

A program by human rights activists, concerned about the future of the next generation, is creating awareness about the way children are being abused and radicalized.
July 25, 2019
Museum of Tolerance in Jerusalem

Tolerance museums: A failing franchise?

The goal of the Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem, to 'promote unity and respect among Jews and people of all faiths,' is noble. But how effective will it be in fighting anti-Semitism?
June 28, 2019
Omar and Tlaib

Opinion: Rediscovering American anti-Semitism

The debate now is not over whether anti-Semitism is a clear and present danger in the 21st century, but whether 'the right' or 'the left' is primarily responsible for it.
May 9, 2019

Opinion: Let the Palestinian Authority collapse

Israel has no obligation to sustain the socio-economic edifice of its enemy dedicated to its destruction. Indeed, if anything, its moral duty is to bring about its collapse.
May 4, 2019

Opinion: ADL distorts the annexation debate

Netanyahu never called for the 'annexation of the West Bank.' What he said was that he might propose extending Israeli law to Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
April 22, 2019