Arab Enabling Prevents Peace
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — September 17, 2020 — Like most Israelis, I was glued to the TV listening to the speeches and watching the ceremony of the signing of declarations of peace between Israel and both the UAE and Bahrain.  Historic is an understatement.  It brought me back to the day in March 1979 when Israel signed the Camp David Accords …

Jonathan FeldsteinArab Enabling Prevents Peace
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No Pie for Palestine
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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — June 8, 2020 — Once, I was down to the last bite of a really good blueberry pie. My wife moved in with her fork to have some and I (playfully) stabbed her in the hand with my fork. Suffice it to say, I didn’t end up with the last bite of pie, and my stabbing her …

Jonathan FeldsteinNo Pie for Palestine
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Un Representative
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  At the beginning of a recent trip to the US I was privileged to find myself in the office of my Congressional Representative, Bonnie Watson Coleman, (NJ-12th District) discussing legislation related to providing security in the Middle East against the rising tide of Islamic extremism, and combatting anti-Semitism. I left the meeting hopeful, and grateful as an American to …

Jonathan FeldsteinUn Representative
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No light and No End to Tunneling
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Last month’s announcement that Ismail Haniyeh had been chosen as the new head of Hamas was hardly surprising, nor does it portend any change of great significance.  Under Haniyeh’s predecessor, Khaled Mashaal, Hamas retained its place as one of the most evil and notorious terror organizations.  The difference is that unlike Mashaal, Haniyeh was actually born and is based in …

eHeziNo light and No End to Tunneling
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN