Opinion

Jerusalem Post's talented team of journalists provides insight into their work presented in the opinion section. This section highlights the beliefs and values that experienced writers who are witnessing the Middle East turmoil unfold. Their first hand encounters with world leaders have shaped their opinions and world views to be shared on this page.

Turkey's wooing of Israel may lead to Hamas ouster - opinion

As Ankara mends fences with pro-Western Arab governments and Israel, Hamas could become collateral damage and may be expelled from Turkey.

By ENIA KRIVINE
25/05/2022

In dealing with asymmetrical enemies, Israel’s legal toolkit is limited - opinion

Israel’s counter-terror legal toolkit, while critical, is relatively small. The struggle to find new legal solutions is a symptom of the wider problem of asymmetrical warfare.

By SHAUL GORDON
25/05/2022

Israel may profit from Ukraine-Russia War - opinion

Washington watch: War may be hell, but clearly it is good for business. What’s less clear is what Israel’s coldly pragmatic approach may do to its already battered world image.

Court's decision to allow Jewish prayer on Temple Mount is dangerous - opinion

The so-called unification of Jerusalem is fiction. In reality, Jerusalem remains one of the most divided cities in the world.

Shavuot is a State of the Union Address for the Jewish people - opinion

There are two different issues we are facing that are critical to improving our communal lives: The ravages of social media amongst our youth and how we incorporate singles into our communities.

By BENNY BERLIN
25/05/2022

Deceased Christian Arabs face discrimination by Muslim authorities - opinion

Despite the great contributions of generations of Greek Orthodox and Greek Melkite Catholics, such as Shireen Abu Akleh, they still face discrimination in life and death.

By HADEEL OUEIS
25/05/2022

New York City's pro-Israel parade this year was different - opinion

This year, there was a new and powerful reason to celebrate the Jewish state: for the first time in several decades, Israel has new peace partners in the Middle East. 

By HARLEY LIPPMAN
25/05/2022

The United States is in the midst of a wave of terrorism - editorial

In order to reduce gun violence, he US should adopt a similar approach to the way Israel deals with the unfortunate waves of terrorism that it regularly faces

Relations in mixed cities one year on from the May 2021 disturbances - comment

Before the next outbreak, let’s quickly address the needs of mixed cities.

By NASREEN HADAD HAJ-YAHYA , ODED RON
24/05/2022
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