Jordan’s West Bank Pre-Occupation
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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — June 3, 2020 —   Recent news of Jordanian threats to reconsider or even sever ties with Israel over possible plans to annex areas of Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”) call for a deeper understanding of the background and issues surrounding it. Recently, King Abdullah II was quoted in a German publication, “If Israel annexed the West Bank …

Jonathan FeldsteinJordan’s West Bank Pre-Occupation
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ED KOCH COMMENTARY: My Comments on Recent Controversial Issues By EDWARD I. KOCH

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Last week, there really were a lot of controversial subjects covered by the media, and I had an opinion on all of them.  I thought for the first time since I started writing my commentary, after leaving the New York City mayoralty, now 22 years out of office, I would this week provide brief comments on these issues. Mayor Bloomberg …

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Ed Koch Commentary – Libya: The Arab League Should Conduct the No-Fly Zone By Ed Koch

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Many in the international community are pushing President Obama to authorize war against the regime of Libyan dictator, Muammar el-Qaddafi.  I think to undertake a third war in the Middle East would be downright foolish.  We are now bogged down with 50,000 American soldiers apparently permanently stationed in Iraq and about 100,000 troops apparently stationed for an indefinite period of …

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