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It's interesting to watch the left cope with the realization that not only have the J Streeters copiously lied, but that they are in league with Richard Goldstone...

The popularity of Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad among Israeli and American observers has always greatly exceeded his standing among his own people. Both...

Jokes abound. One colleague tells me it’s a Mick Jagger election: no one got any satisfaction. I’m reminded of Zhou Enlai’s response when asked about...

The New York Times has taken the plunge. In a report today about the Israeli government's decision to build 1,600 housing units in the Ramat...

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown hasn’t had an easy time of it since finally succeeding Tony Blair in 2007. The dour Scotsman has suffered from...

A senior Hamas leader reportedly told a British emissary yesterday that Hamas is ready to amend its charter calling for Israel’s destruction and recognize Israel’s...

It’s a measure of how badly the “peace process” has warped Israel’s language of values that the most intelligent response to Friday’s torching of a...

Britain has fallen a notch in Transparency International’s 2009 Corruptions Perceptions Index. It now ranks 17th out of the 180 countries surveyed. Transparency said that...

This is really not how prime ministers should behave. According to Haaretz, Israel's prime minister, Ehud Olmert, has been handling his interrogations relating to the...

Yesterday saw a dramatic turn in Ehud Olmert's bribery scandal, as Morris Talansky, the New York businessman at the center of the storm,...

Things are looking bad for British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The man who spent ten years plotting, complaining about and backstabbing his boss Tony Blair...

Today is Israel's independence day, and the country has taken two days off from everything--the war, the corruption, the politics--to celebrate six decades of Jewish...