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.

No place to call home - opinion

Trump's long walk to a long fall from glory.

Road rage and aggressive driving is an active threat to Israeli life - opinion

One of Israel's clear and present threats is the plight of aggressive drivers.

By BARRY NEWMAN
08/12/2022
The logo of Al Jazeera Media Network is seen on its headquarters building in Doha, Qatar June 8, 201

ICC cannot cooperate with Al Jazeera's calls for Abu Akleh probe - editorial

Israel remains under a microscope by a global press system that works against the nation consistently.

Israel should do better by its asylum seekers - opinion

As a nation built by people who once sought asylum, Israel must consider how the nation treats those currently seeking the same protection.

By MARCO GREENBERG
08/12/2022
A World War Two memorial of mass killings on the banks of the Danube River is seen in Budapest, Febr

In those days at this time - opinion

The saving of thousands of Jews during the Holocaust.

By YUVAL ALPAN
08/12/2022

Antisemitism in the US: Democrats get a free pass, Donald Trump does not - opinion

The appropriate ubiquitous outcry was despite the fact that Trump has an extraordinary record helping Israel and the Jewish people. 

By MORTON A. KLEIN
08/12/2022

When will Israelis see Palestinians as partners in peace? - opinion

Israeli leaders, from Barak to Netanyahu to Bennett to Lapid, have all repeated the mantra that there is no Palestinian partner with whom to negotiate.

‘The darkness monster’: coping with childhood mental illness - opinion

My beloved child calls me a ‘monster’ when he’s in a rage.

By GABRIELA BINDER
08/12/2022

China consolidates its grip on the Middle East - opinion

The Chinese delegation is expected to sign dozens of agreements and memoranda of understanding with Gulf nations and other Arab states

Armenia wants peace, if Azerbaijan withdraws, stops aggression - opinion

Armenia remains fully committed to a peace agenda. If Azerbaijan is serious about peace, the only way to show it is to return to negotiations instead of finding pretexts to avoid them.

By VARUZHAN NERSESYAN
07/12/2022
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