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Why Oslo Still Rules


In an interview shortly before his death in the summer of 2001, Faisal Husseini, who held the Palestinian Authority’s Jerusalem portfolio, exposed the fraud at the heart of the Oslo process. Speaking with Al Araby newspaper, Husseini said that Yassir Arafat, his deputies and henchmen never saw the “peace process” as a way of achieving peace with Israel. Oslo for…

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September 11: As it Looked from the Middle East


In Episode 20 of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour with my co-host Gadi Taub, we discussed the anniversaries we marked this week – 20 years since the Sept. 11 attacks, 28 years since the launch of the fake Oslo peace process between Israel and the PLO. The latter led to 28 years of terror and war, the former, which…

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The Great Unravelling


Over the past decade, for the first time in its history, Israel developed a strong diplomatic posture in the region and worldwide. Israel developed strategic ties with Arab states, and the states of the eastern Mediterranean. It has built close ties with the EU’s Visegrád Group of central European states Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic as well as…

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Webinar: The New Palestinian War Against Israel


I had the pleasure of participating in an emergency webinar yesterday on the new Arab war against Israel organized friends andby the Center for Security Policy with my colleagues Fred Fleitz, David Wurmser and Maya Carlin. Here is the video of the event. Be sure to share with your friends and family to help get the truth out.

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Israel has made it; now it needs to grow up.


At independence, Israel was little more than a spark of light – a tiny spark – in the Jewish world. From a total of 11.5 million Jews alive on the 5th of the month of Iyyar in the Jewish year 5708, (May 14, 1948), only 650,000, or 6% lived in Israel. In contrast, the day Israel was founded, some five million, or…

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Biden Abandons Middle East Peace


The Trump administration was on the verge of securing a peace agreement between Israel and Indonesia in its final weeks in office, according to a former senior Trump administration official involved in the efforts. The official divulged that the negotiations between Israel and the world’s most populous Muslim state were run by then-President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner and…

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Biden and Israel’s Unsteady Right


In an interview with the New York Times Tuesday, presumptive President-elect Joe Biden reaffirmed his plan to return the US to the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran. The US will rescind its economic sanctions on Iran if it complies with the nuclear deal’s limitations on its nuclear activities. Once this happens, Biden said he will seek to negotiate a new, longer-term nuclear…

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Time to Hold the PLO Accountable for its Crimes


Earlier this month, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government announced that PLO Executive Committee Chairman Saeb Erekat has been hired as a senior fellow for the school’s Future of Diplomacy Project for the 2020-2021 school year. This week, former senior Justice Department official, attorney Neal Sher sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General William Barr and Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad…

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