No, the Israeli Supreme Court Isn’t above Criticism

April 18 2016

In the wake of the Israeli court’s decision overturning the deal to exploit the country’s offshore gas reserves, Ayelet Shaked, the justice minister, has joined the chorus of voices criticizing the ruling. She has since been attacked for her comments on the grounds that it is inappropriate for a sitting cabinet member to express disagreement with the supreme court. Eugene Kontorovich argues that such criticism is not only appropriate but important:

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More about: Israel & Zionism, Israeli gas, Israeli politics, Natural Gas, Supreme Court of Israel

Last Week’s Peace Agreement Sends a Clear Message to the Palestinians

Sept. 21 2020

Considering the seminal agreement, formally concluded last Tuesday, in which both Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates normalized their relations with Israel, Douglas Feith writes:

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More about: Bahrain, Donald Trump, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, United Arab Emirates