The strong, silent type.
Lessons from the disengagement.
An unwritten agreement.
And demonized the settlers.
From right to left, and from honest to corrupt.
Its political benefits were temporary and illusory.
Funding BDS, condemning Israel, and imposing embargoes.
In death as in life, the late Israeli leader serves as a bogeyman in the Arab world and a convenient excuse for avoiding its pathologies of violence.
Israel’s Left, in lauding Ariel Sharon’s courage and leadership, has conspicuously omitted mention of his key role in Israel’s Thatcherite economic turn.
Israel’s unilateral withdrawals from Lebanon and Gaza strengthened its enemies. What makes anyone think the outcome in the West Bank would be different?