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Netanyahu Owes an Apology Not Just to Biden, but to Jordan

There is no longer any point in trying to rationally explain either the base ingratitude of Benjamin Netanyahu's supporters towards U.S. President...

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Noa Landau

IDF Troops Separated a Gaza Grandma From Her Family. Her Death Will Haunt Her Descendants

The soldiers who on March 21, around 11 A.M., burst into a building on Ahmed Abdul Aziz Steet in Gaza have grandmothers. These grandmothers may be...

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Amira Hass

Israel's Internal Dictatorship Keeps Us From Taking to the Streets

A patient of the 20th-century English pediatrician and psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott once said to him, "All I ask you to do is to help me to...

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Eran Rolnik

If Israel's Leadership Sees Humanity as a Threat, We Must Insist on Preserving It

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Avshalom Halutz

Biden Needs to Issue a Few More 'Don'ts' to Israel's Disastrous Leaders

Even before the first of many Iranian drones aimed at Israel was launched on Saturday to its bitter fate, journalist Amir Oren likened Iran's...

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Odeh Bisharat

Israel's Future: A Jewish Theocracy That Resembles Iran

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Eran Yashiv

The Damage Wrought by Netanyahu

There was a time when Israel would be up in arms whenever some junior country would threaten to recognize a Palestinian state. Since the outbreak...

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Akiva Eldar

Will Netanyahu Be Remembered as Israel's Worst Prime Minister?

Fifty years ago this weekend, Golda Meir announced her resignation as the prime minister of Israel. It was six months after the end of the Yom...

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Anshel Pfeffer

To the Right-wing Lunatics in Charge, the Hostages Stand Between Israel and Total Victory

So just when the Americans finally explained it to Benjamin Netanyahu so he'll understand, and the IDF pulled out of Khan Yunis, allowing...

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Carolina Landsmann

Netanyahu and His Generals Assassinated Any Chance of a Hostage Deal

Two decidedly deranged decisions have brought Israel to the very brink of the end of the world as we know it. The assassination of senior officials...

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Uri Misgav

Illustrating Atrocity: Israel's New Visual Landscape After October 7

Ribbons are seen everywhere in Israel, symbols of those still held prisoner in Gaza six months after being taken hostage by Hamas October 7. Rigid...

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Aron Joseph Ehrlich

All Israelis Must Ask Themselves: Is It Legitimate to Kill 100,000 Gazans?

No few Israelis have of late developed an awareness of the climate crisis and the dangers it poses for human life on Earth. We have learned that...

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Ofri Ilany

Israeli Intelligence Is an Aggressive Censor, Until Its Own Negligence Is Exposed

Brig. Gen. Yossi Sariel should have foreseen this chain of events. Being an experienced intelligence officer and a cyber expert, he should have...

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Yossi Melman

Saying What Can't Be Said: Israel Has Been Defeated – a Total Defeat

We've lost. Truth must be told. The inability to admit it encapsulates everything you need to know about Israel's individual and mass psychology....

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Chaim Levinson

The Hostages Are Still Alive. Don't Let the Yellow Ribbon Become a Memorial

"We are completely shattered, the girls cry terribly at home. ... Is it my fault that my daughter was kidnapped? Do I have to apologize for...

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Alma Elliott Hofmann

They Avenged, We Avenge, They Will Avenge: The Endless Cycle for Israelis and Palestinians

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Zvi Bar&x27El

Novelist Sami Michael Was a Bridge Between Arabs and Jews. Can His Words Help Save Israel?

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Etan Nechin

No Victory Awaits Israel in Rafah. Only More Death and Destruction

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Gideon Levy

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