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Published: Tue, 21 Nov 2017 17:55:15 +0200

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Why Trump’s Mideast peace plan is doomed

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 15:04:00 +0200

Op-ed: The truth must be told: Regardless of the new initiative's parameters, it won’t lead to an agreement. On the contrary, it will hinder the chances for an arrangement, because no matter what the US president offers the Palestinians, their answer is predetermined. They will say no.

When you get money from pro-BDS bodies, you become part of BDS

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 23:43:00 +0200

Op-ed: Breaking the Silence, which started off by exposing wrongs in a bid to fix them, has turned into an organization ceaselessly spreading lies against the State of Israel. This demonization, which is funded by the campaign for Israel’s destruction, must be stopped.

As Israel marks 40 years since Sadat's visit, Egyptians refuse to join the party

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:22:00 +0200

Analysis: In Cairo, which initiated the move that led to a peace agreement with Jerusalem, there is no desire to celebrate and no nostalgia. The only thing the Egyptians are doing is analyzing the motives of the dramatic decision made by their president in 1977. Israel is an established fact even in the changing reality, but normalization is a different story.

The old agreement that will keep Iran away from Israeli border

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 10:22:00 +0200

Analysis: Why is the State of Israel disrupting the Syrian army’s efforts to defend Druze village of Hader, which Israel itself has vowed to protect? Because Syrians are building posts within the Golan Heights buffer zone in violation of 1974 Disengagement Agreement, which is seen today an important deterring and legal tool against Iran and Hezbollah.

IDF chief’s Saudi interview: A gesture from Riyadh

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 23:50:00 +0200

Analysis: The rare and unusual interview Gadi Eisenkot gave a Saudi news website was part of an ongoing process to prepare the Saudi public opinion for bringing the secret relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia out into the open by stressing the interests shared by the two countries, including security cooperation.

The strategic interests behind Eisenkot’s Saudi interview

Sun, 19 Nov 2017 18:59:00 +0200

Analysis: The IDF chief of staff’s rare interview to a Saudi news website strengthens and confirms Saudi Arabia’s claims against Iran. Israel’s interests are both security-related and diplomatic and have to do with the Saudi involvement in the Trump administration’s Mideast peace initiative.

Egypt tries to avoid a fight as allies escalate against Iran

Sat, 18 Nov 2017 23:39:00 +0200

Analysis: While Cairo faces high expectations for support from Saudi Arabia and its other Gulf Arab benefactors as tensions rise with their rival Iran, its reluctance to be dragged into a military conflict or to see the tensions spiral into another Saudi-Iran proxy battle could lead to frictions with Riyadh.

Why is Gabbay shooting his own camp in the foot?

Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:47:00 +0200

Op-ed: Instead of making it clear that a person can believe in Israel’s security and oppose settlements, and that a person can be both Jewish and a complete secular who opposes religionization, the Labor leader is talking like a rightist in a bid to attract right-wing voters. But why would rightists vote for him when they could vote for the real thing?

The real Iranian threat on Israel’s northern borders

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 23:30:00 +0200

Analysis: Israel is perfectly capable of dealing with Iranian-backed militias on the Syrian side of the border, but the Russian legitimization of long-term strategic Iranian presence in Syria means that in the next conflict, the ayatollahs would be able to fight Israel both through Hezbollah in Lebanon and through militias and aerial and naval forces in Syria.