Israel’s Support in the U.S. (12/14/11)
Poll after poll, including a recent one by ADL, shows overwhelming support for Israel by the American public. Congressional support reflects that reality.
'Pinkwashing' Israel (11/23/11)
The State of Israel is right to be proud of its record regarding its LGBT community.
'Shameless' Editorial (10/19/11)
Your position that Israel was ready to deal with Hamas, so why not with Mahmoud Abbas is shameless.
U.N. Vote on a Palestinian State (09/12/11)
There are many reasons that the Palestinian decision to pursue a unilateral declaration of a state at the United Nations is a mistake.
Response to Roger Cohen (08/23/11)
Roger Cohen's lack of introspection is astonishing.
Palestinians and the UN (08/09/11)
The Times editorial ignored efforts by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to convince the Palestinians to return to negotiations.
Seeking Balance On Mideast (08/04/11)
Nicholas Kristof is off the mark with regard to three areas he addresses on the Middle East conflict.
The U.N. and a Two-State Solution (06/19/11)
Thomas Friedman's proposal for a Security Council resolution would have more credibility if it included the necessity for the refugee problem to be resolved through a Palestinian state.
Flotilla Not Freedom Riders (06/02/11)
It is an abomination for American participants in an international flotilla toward Gaza to liken themselves to the Freedom Riders.
Lessons from Egypt (05/25/11)
Thomas Friedman goes wrong is in his comparing Palestinian steadfastness to that of Arab dictators.
Abbas Op-Ed 'Disheartening' (05/17/11)
For those of us who had hopes that Mahmoud Abbas would be a different kind of Palestinian leader, his op-ed is disheartening to say the least.
A Return to Negotiations (05/09/11)
Your call on Israel to return to negotiations seems particularly incongruous in light of the unwillingness of Hamas to abandon its annihilationist ideology.
Extremism As a Way of Life (05/05/11)
Too often, extremism toward Israel in the Palestinian world is a way of life and not a product of any particular Israeli policy.
Understanding the Arab Spring (04/21/11)
Abdullah Gul's view that unrest in the Middle East and North Africa is innately tied to a lack of progress in resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is outrageous and cynical.
Imposed Solution Not the Answer (12/14/10)
Robert Wright misses the key obstacle to Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking when he proposes an imposed U.N. plan on the parties.
Politics Over Peace (11/14/10)
Here you go again, taking the one dimensional, inaccurate and counterproductive path of blaming Israel for the absence of progress to peace.
Enough Game-Playing (11/01/10)
An editorial misreads the significance of Israel's demand that Palestinians accept Israel as a Jewish and democratic state.
The Sunday Deadline (09/24/10)
Once again your conclusion is that only Israel must make concessions while giving the Palestinians a free pass.
Murder in the West Bank (09/01/10)
The article's misplaced focus on settlements obscured the fact that this was, first and foremost, an unconscionable act of murder.
Hamas No Partner for Peace (08/29/10)
A one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a non-starter.
Mideast Points of Contention (07/05/10)
Nicholas Kristof's notion that Israeli concessions will undermine Hamas is belied by historical experience.
Talking to Terrorists (06/30/10)
The dangers inherent in interaction with terrorists far outweigh the hope that they might be convinced to change their ways.
Shalit's Captivity Merits Attention (06/22/10)
With international approval of Israel's new blockade policy, equal attention and energy should be paid to demanding the release of Gilad Shalit.
Factually Skewed Analysis (06/11/10)
Tony Judt again comes out unfairly blaming Israel and its supporters for the region's problems.
Israel and Outremer (06/07/10)
Ross Douthat's thoughtful reflection on Israel's challenges identifies a core dilemma, but he is wrong to conclude Israel's survival is threatened from within.
Israel's Security and the Blockade (06/02/10)
The conclusion that the flotilla incident should lead to a reappraisal of Israel's blockade is shortsighted and irresponsible.
Misguided Characterization (05/05/10)
A characterization of the organized Jewish community's views on Israel is misguided.
Who Froze the Mideast Peace Process? (03/28/10)
The Obama administration has gone off track in its approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Too Close to Home (02/08/10)
The Public Editor's argument that Ethan Bronner, the Jerusalem Bureau Chief for The New York Times, should be reassigned because his son is serving in the Israeli Defense Force was mistaken and misguided.