Analysis & Opinion

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Opinion: Is Ocasio-Cortez really Jewish?

The elected congresswoman’s possible Jewish ancestors shouldn’t be a problem for anyone. But the idea that her leftist stands are somehow authentically Jewish is troubling.
December 12, 2018

Analysis: Rays of hope in US Golan policy

Washington's more favorable policy toward Israel's presence on the Golan offers a window of opportunity for it to gain more international support for its control of the strategic heights. 
November 27, 2018

Analysis: Must Israel reoccupy Gaza?

For the past decade, Israeli leaders have focused on managing, rather than solving the Gaza terror crisis.  By Daniel Krygier, World Israel News Most security experts agree that as long as Hamas remains i...
November 25, 2018

Opinion: The rise of the Diaspora ‘supremacists’

It is not only an outlook that sees the Diaspora as so much better than a renewed clannish ghetto. It is the concept of Israel itself, as much as it is their misrepresentation of what Israel is and does.
November 12, 2018

Opinion: Mike Pence’s Messianic problem

Asking a 'rabbi' who believes in Jesus to speak about the Pittsburgh shooting at a Republican campaign rally highlights the one issue on which virtually all Jews agree.
November 1, 2018

Opinion: Oslo never was a two-sided affair

The Oslo Accords were never a matter of give-and-take in which each side’s promises depended on fulfillment of the other’s promises, argues a former high-ranking U.S. defense department official.
October 28, 2018