Martin Sherman

Into the fray: Religion of retreat .

Continued adherence to a quasi-religious belief in the efficacy of retreat threatens survival of the nation. The fixation of Israeli governments on “land for peace”, a policy that has resulted in the murder and maiming of more than 10,000 Jews, puzzles the pundits. They puzzle over the fact that regardless …

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Into the fray: Israel’s loony, lethal Left.

Since signing the Oslo agreement in 1993, Israel has made a series of astounding concessions, which did nothing but produce further Palestinian demands for even more far-reaching concessions.   If the Left cannot even admit to the theoretical possibility that its position might be refuted, that position is no longer …

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Into the Fray: The rout of the Right.

The Israeli leadership would do well to bear in mind that commitment to the principle of democratic governance is not a suicide pact. Incredibly, today, except for detail in nuance and tone, the formal positions of the major “right-wing” faction, the Likud, has become indistinguishable from positions expounded by the …

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Into the Fray: Earth to Bennett; Earth to Bennett…

  It is difficult to know what is more disturbing: Whether Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett really believes the delusional drivel he wrote in his op-ed this week, or whether he doesn’t, but wrote it anyway.   Israel must allow Palestinians complete freedom of movement, which requires removing all roadblocks …

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Into the fray: Mainstreaming treason?

  How long will we, as a society, tolerate the proactive propagation of harebrained, hazardous hallucinations-irrespective of how demonstratively detrimental they are to the security of the state & safety of its citizens? The real question is not whether the Palestinians are willing to accept some semantic formula having to …

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Into the fray: To my colleague Caroline, a caveat.

  I strongly concur with Caroline B. Glick’s diagnosis of the fatal failings of the two-state formula, and disagree just as strongly with the prescription she offers to remedy them. The mechanics of the policy are fairly straightforward. Israel will apply its laws to Judea and Samaria and govern the …

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