A look at the ghost of annexation past.
A group of former Israeli defense officials argue that the state can manage without the Jordan Valley. Here’s why they’re wrong.
The legal, strategic, and moral case.
A claim that denies the Jewish people’s historic and legal rights to its homeland.
And even then, it’s but a minor problem.
Don’t let the blessing turn into a curse.
And it does so while claiming to uphold it.
Despite its threats, it’s unlikely Amman will take such a step.
A country can’t annex its own territory.
The results would be worse for Ramallah than for Jerusalem.
Palestinian leaders have another chance at statehood. They should take it.