Netanyahu and Trump’s Well-Defended Goal


How are we supposed to understand journalist Barak Ravid’s dramatic exposes regarding former U.S. President Donald Trump’s relations with Israel’s former Prime Minister and current Opposition Leader Benjamin Netanyahu? Ravid’s initial revelation – which was splashed across Yediot Ahronot’s front page last Friday –had Trump cursing Netanyahu in the coarsest possible language for his belated congratulatory message to Joe Biden…

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The Ugly Truth Comes Out About Netanyahu’s Trial


The corruption trial of former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Jerusalem District Court has been ongoing for the past two months. Things are not going well for the prosecutors. Israel’s state prosecution submitted a list of 333 witnesses. It frontloaded its best ones. So far, eight have taken the stand. And all of them have obliterated the prosecution’s case. Long-time…

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The farcical nuclear talks unravel


In Episode 29 of the Caroline Glick Middle East News Hour, Gadi and I discussed the implications of the U.S.’s farcical, destructive policies enabling Iran to acquire nuclear weapons and what Israel’s options are going forward for dealing with Iran (and the Biden administration). We then segueued to domestic Israeli affairs. Former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s trial has been going…

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The Generals’ Belated Awakening


Something is changing in Israel’s military brass’ assessment of the Iranian nuclear threat. Evidence is growing that members of the IDF General Staff and the Mossad are beginning to realize that the U.S. doesn’t share Israel’s goal of preventing Iran from becoming a nuclear power. Last week for instance, Michael Makovsky, the head of the Jewish Institute for National Security…

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As China Rises and the U.S. Falters, Where Does Israel Stand?


In Episode 28 of the Caroline Glick Mideast News Hour, Caroline spoke with David Goldman, Deputy Editor of the Asia Times about what makes China work, what its weaknesses are, where it stands vis-v-vis Taiwan and America and what it wants from the Jews. Watch, share, and subscribe! Here’s the episode on YouTube. Here’s the show on Rumble. Here’s the…

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China and Russia Race Ahead of America


Over the past several weeks a hard truth has become undeniable: The United States of America is no longer the all-powerful superpower it has been since the end of the Cold War. Far from it. The strategic implications of this state of affairs are epic for both the US and its allies. A nation’s position in the global pecking order…

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Bennett Builds a Terror State


Standing at the speaker’s rostrum at the Knesset last week, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett declared, “There are no negotiations taking place towards the establishment of a terror state in the heart of Israel.” Bennett was compelled to make his declaration because the political opposition insists that the opposite is the case. Bennett’s former political partner, MK Bezalel Smotrich gathered the…

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Biden’s Moment of Truth on Turkey *


Turkey is a member of NATO. It is also a hostage-taking state sponsor of terror. Soon, the Biden administration is going to have to decide where it stands—with Turkey or with Turkey’s victims. Last Thursday, two Israeli tourists in Istanbul, Natalie and Mordi Oaknin, became the regime’s latest hostages. The two were arrested at a tourist site for the “crime” of…

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