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Saul Singer

Saul Singer

Saul Singer is an American-Israeli journalist and author. Formerly editorial page editor at The Jerusalem Post, Singer co-wrote with Dan Senor "Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle."

Four guys are standing on a street corner...an American, a Russian, a Chinese man, and an Israeli.... A reporter comes up to the group and...

The fall of Gaza to Hamas should not have come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the realities of Palestinian politics. As Khaled Abu...

On Monday, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert survived three no-confidence motions in the Knesset: one after the Winograd Report (only the executive summary is available in...

For Israel’s foreign minister, Tzipi Livni, it was a moment of truth: would she call for Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s resignation following the devastating Winograd...

Here's how Nahum Barnea, perhaps Israel's most prominent columnist, anticipated the release yesterday afternoon of the long-awaited Winograd Committee report on the 2006 war in...

In one of the more insightful assessments of the Jewish situation of late, Martin Kramer (of the Washington Institute, the Shalem Center, and Harvard University)...

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice just spent three days visiting Israel, Egypt, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority. She spoke seven times, including interviews, press roundtables,...

Time and again, the Bush administration has tried to hammer home the message: Iraq is not a sideshow but a central front in the jihad...

Double or Nothing? Jewish Families and Mixed Marriage by Sylvia Barack Fishman Brandeis. 196 pp. $24.95 For more than a decade, the American Jewish community has been preoccupied...