Monthly Archives: September 2011

Why the Overreaction in Jordan?

The recent disclosure by WikiLeaks of cables sent by the American Embassy in Amman back in 2008 has created a storm in Jordan. The king has accused the Americans of meddling into domestic affairs by trying to force an unsolicited … Continue reading

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A Question for Melanie Phillips

Last night I had the pleasure of attending a lecture in Jerusalem by British journalist Melanie Phillips. In a world turned upside down where right is wrong and wrong is right, it was a pleasure to listen to this courageous … Continue reading

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Déjà vu in Israel

Like many people who live in Israel, I have various thoughts concerning the ongoing social protests. While most revolve around the moral and economic aspects (see “Reflections on the Protests”), the one question that remains unanswered is “Who is providing the … Continue reading

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