The Two-State Solution Was Tried 91 Years Ago

By VICTOR SHARPE, ARUTZ SHEVA— In 1920, Great Britain was given the responsibility by the League of Nations to oversee the Mandate over the geographical territory known as Palestine with the express intention of reconstituting within its territory a Jewish National Home. The territory in question stretched from the Mediterranean Sea to the eastern boundary…

The 3 myths about the two state solution

By DANIEL TAUBER, JPOST— President Barack Obama’s visit to Israel last March likely left even his harshest Israeli critics pleasantly surprised. He showered Israel with compliments, joked about prior disagreements, and most importantly, made no demands. Still, Obama could not completely refrain from addressing the “Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” and delivered one of his signature lecture-speeches on…

Video: Michael Coren interviews Mudar Zahran

In most countries with a record of human rights violations, vulnerable minorities are the typical victims. This has not been the case in Jordan where a Palestinian majority has been discriminated against by the ruling Hashemite dynasty, propped up by a minority Bedouin population, from the moment it occupied Judea and Samaria during the 1948…

Scratch "Palestine" anywhere and you'll find Israel

BY VICTOR SHARPE, FAMILY SECURITY MATTERS— In Rolf Hochuth’s play, The Representative, there is a line in Act 1, Scene 1, which goes as follows: “Cursed are the peacemakers.” Peace is a reality between states that are friendly towards each other. They, after all, do not need to make peace; it already exists through the…