The Truth about Israel’s Arab Parties

Sept. 24 2019

After the the Joint List, an alliance of Arab parties, emerged from the recent elections with the third-largest number of Knesset seats of any party, most of its members decided to endorse Benny Gantz for the premiership. This is only the second time—the first was in 1992—an Arab party has recommended any candidate for the position. While the decision has been welcomed as a great step forward in Jewish-Arab relations, Liel Leibovitz is skeptical:

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More about: Ahmad Tibi, Benny Gantz, Israeli Election 2019, Israeli politics, Joint List, Palestinian terror

When It Comes to the Israel-Palestinian Conflict, China Sides against Israel—and against the Jews

June 23 2021

In the rhetoric of Iran’s ayatollahs, the United States is the “Great Satan” while the Jewish state is the “Little Satan.” The Chinese Communist Party seems to have adopted a similar approach during the recent fighting between Israel and Hamas, writes Tuvia Gering:

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More about: Anti-Semitism, China, Israel-China relations, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict