Monthly Archives: January 2020

The Two-STAGE Solution to the Arab-Israel Conflict

I wrote a piece last week titled, “There is no Two-State Solution” to the Arab-Israeli conflict. In this follow-up piece I suggest that if there is a solution – and I sincerely believe there is – it should be seen … Continue reading

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There is no Two-State Solution

Yesterday, 20th January 2020, twenty-odd British political worthies of the left and right –and of both chambers –  wrote a short letter to The Times titled, “The Time is Right to Recognise Palestine”. (I’ve put a screenshot of the letter … Continue reading

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Jewish Philosophy or Progressive-Leftism?

The motivation for this piece is the actions taken by the Board of Deputies of British Jews (BoD) against David Collier, who, it seems to me, is one Britain’s foremost and effective defenders of Israel. As I see it, the … Continue reading

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The Jews Must Lead us to The End of Time

“When allowed to rage unchecked […] anti-Jewish hatred is an infallible signal that a society is in deep trouble. But Jews and others who are shocked are themselves a symptom of that trouble. They believe that Jew-hatred is part of … Continue reading

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