Abbas – masterful illusionist mesmerizes UN with Palestinian state mirage

By EARL COX, ISRAEL ALWAYS— As expected, the United Nations General Assembly  recently voted, 138 to 9 with 41 abstentions, to grant the Palestinians in Israel what has been termed “non-member status,” and also “observer status” in the UN. Nobody is quite sure exactly what the new status means in relation to legitimate Palestinian statehood…

Liberalism of fools–once again

By RON JAGER— Extremist Islamic organizations like Hamas attack Israeli homes by firing thousands of missiles at civilian targets, hoping that Israel will retaliate and cause civilian Palestinain Arab casualties  to be broadcasted all over the world.  Hamas as policy uses Palestinian Arab civilians as human shields.  Yet Jewish Liberals remain silent. Despite the branding…

What should Israel do?

By YORAM ETTINGER, ISRAEL HAYOM— The November 29, 2012 U.N. vote to upgrade the Palestinian Authority to a “nonmember observer state” — in violation of the 1993 Oslo Accords — was an expected derivative of Israel’s policy toward the PA since 1993 — critical concessions, retreats, indecisiveness, submission to pressure and appeasement. What has Israel…

Legal implication of the UN Resolution on Palestine

By ALAN DERSHOWITZ — JPOST — The actions of the General Assembly have removed the incentive necessary for Palestinians to negotiate with Israel.– The General Assembly vote declaring that Palestine, within the pre-1967 borders, is a “state”, at least for some purposes, would have nasty legal implications, if it were ever to be taken seriously…

Peace or Pieces? What do the Palestinians really want?

By EARL COX, ISRAEL ALWAYS— Is it peace with Israel the Palestinians want or pieces of Israel the Palestinians want?  Obviously the answer is pieces as in breaking Israel apart and dividing the spoil among the blood thirsty radicals who are constantly seeking Israel’s destruction.  Israel’s long-suffering patience finally reached a breaking point recently as…

'No Palestinian state without recognizing Israel as Jewish state'

By ISRAEL HAYOM— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu insisted Thursday that the Palestinian bid for U.N. recognition, which is expected to be approved by a majority in the U.N. General Assembly, “will not change a thing, and certainly won’t hasten the establishment of a Palestinian state.” Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was to speak at the…