When they think of Islam, they think of Baghdad, not Jerusalem.
Only Palestinians and Westerners haven’t been disillusioned.
The dangers of encouraging fatalism.
There is no demographic time bomb.
Not in Kansas anymore.
The Israeli journalist joins us to talk about his recent Atlantic essay on how when Americans look at Israelis they see a reflection of themselves.
He opposed Palestinian independence.
Its deep-seated problems can’t be solved easily.
Reports of the death of coexistence have been greatly exaggerated.
The pandemic created a sense of unity between Jewish and Arab Israelis.
And these may redound to Palestinians as well.
Centers of terrorist indoctrination.
Making up international law as they go.
Recognizing the inevitability of the Jewish state and negotiating with it for the betterment of their own future.