The U.S. should instead focus on corruption, stability, and humanitarian concerns.
The other blockade.
The Iron Dome goes to sea.
Mahmoud Abbas is unlikely to follow through on his promises.
One message to Israel, and another to the Palestinians.
Shortages afflict poor countries around the world, including those that don’t pour hundreds of millions of dollars into terrorism every year.
And Islamic Jihad pursues a policy of its own.
Insiders vs. outsiders.
And another dent in Arab and Muslim opposition to the Jewish state.
A problematic partner—that exports anti-Western and anti-Semitic propaganda—already cooperates with both Jerusalem and Washington.
Congress has created the right tool. The president should use it.
Meet Jibril Rajoub.
Embracing Qatar and Turkey is bad both for Mahmoud Abbas and for his neighbors.
Both sets of leaders can comfortably rake in donations while maintaining the status quo.