What Peter Beinart gets wrong about the Middle East and the atom bomb.
The don of liberal Zionism has come out against a two-state solution. His argument is delusional and messianic. But that’s not the real problem with it.
Stupidity, not policy.
In the New York Review of Books, even the Zionists want to boycott Jerusalem.
Not High Holy Day services.
And the moral vanity of Israel’s Jewish critics.
The murderous attack on a kosher grocery store in Paris, write the editors of Commentary, “was the culmination of a decade of crisis” for
Iran’s leaders see negotiations with the West not as a route to rapprochement but as a more advantageous form of conflict. So far, they are winning.
Peter Beinart accuses American Jews of censoring criticism of Israel to obscure the truth. The really baseless misrepresentation is his.
To Peter Beinart, it is inconceivable that a liberal Democrat could share the views of AIPAC. That says more about Beinart than about Newark’s mayor. . .
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