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Support for Annexation on a Scale of 1 to 6

July 1st came and went, and the plan for Israeli annexation is still not clear. It might happen soon or it might not happen at all. Well, at least not for the time being. The reemergence of the virus in Israel has changed the priorities of the government, and the public, to be honest, was […]

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Do We Really Have to Read Beinart Again?

1. On Wednesday morning, as I was skimming through the New York Time’s op-eds, I noticed an article by Peter Beinart under the headline “I no longer believe in a Jewish State”. I thought: What else is new? I then moved on. The sub headline was detailed enough to save me the read. Beinart supports […]

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Is Annexation Good Or Bad For Israel?

July 1st was a date some Israelis were looking forward to. For the past few months, most Israelis have been speaking about one thing, (well, except for corona) – Annexation. Aka instilling Israeli law in much of the West Bank, or Judea and Samaria. Since the Six Day War in 1967 when Israel conquered the […]

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Senate Amendment Would Ban US Funding Used for Annexation

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Proposed legislation from a prominent Democratic senator would ban U.S. assistance to Israel from being used to annex parts of the West Bank. The amendment to a funding bill introduced last week by Sen. Chris Van. Hollen, D-Md., a member of the foreign operations subcommittee of the Senate Appropriations Committee, would not […]

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Meet the Law Professor Laying Out the Facts on Annexation

Scan any news story from the past two years relating to Israel’s legal rights and you’re likely to come across professor Eugene Kontorovich’s name. Whether it was drafting the Pompeo Doctrine, where the U.S. secretary of state disavowed a 1978 policy deeming settlements illegal, or the passage of anti-boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) laws, or […]

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