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On Sunday, just before my speech at the Jerusalem Post's conference in New York, I sat down with Shalom TV and discussed my book, The Israeli Solution.  
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  Passover, which begins on Monday night, is the festival of freedom. The holiday reminds us of the brutal enslavement of the Jews by Pharaoh and the Egyptians. We recall their midnight flight from Egypt, pursued by the mighty Egyptian army, and God’s miraculous rescue of the Jews at the shores of the Red Sea. We remember how Moses led them for 40 years in the desert, and taught them what it means to be a nation, and what it means to be free. We repeat the story of enslavement, fli…
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  I just read an amazing speech Ben Hecht gave in 1948 at a fundraiser for the Etzel or Irgun, Menachem Begin's Zionist army in the pre-state years that played a decisive role in forcing the British to finally leave the land of Israel.   The entire text, and the backstory are published in The Jewish Review of Books.   Here's an excerpt, but the entire address is moving and informative. I urge you to read the whole thing and think about Hecht, and be inspired by…
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  Time for an Israeli one-state solution in the Middle East?   Just about everyone in American politics agrees on one policy in the Middle East. And just about everyone in American politics is wrong, argues Caroline Glick.     That policy is a two-state solution to Israeli-Palestinian disputes. Two nations, Israel and a Palestinian state, would share the land between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.     It’s been the guiding ass…
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The Phantom Menace in the Middle East: A Review of Caroline Glick's: The Israeli Solution     By any standard, the Palestinian problem involves the strangest criteria in modern history.     To begin with, refugees are defined as individuals who have been forced to leave their land of origin. A new definition of refugee status, though, was invented exclusively for Palestinian Arabs, who count as refugees their descendants to the nth generation.   &…
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