Giving the Joint List the influence they could have would not only be dangerous to Israel, but be short lived because no Israeli government in any good conscience would truly allow Israel to be undermined these ways.
With today’s market flushing in response to everything Trump and the Fed had to say and do last week, the market has in less than one month stripped away Trump’s biggest boast throughout his tenor as president.
Zionist education is needed now more than ever. And yet, with the spread of coronavirus, the vital Zionist education work of synagogue schools, Jewish day schools, campus activist organizations, and Zionist youth groups is now greatly curtailed.
Europeans are feeling like President Trump just dropped a COVID-19 economic bomb on the European Union. In response to his March 11th talk from the Oval Office, EU leaders said they did not see this coming.
With Blue and White MKs bucking the will of their party leader Benny Gantz by rejecting an alliance with anti-Zionist parties, the chances Benjamin Netanyahu will continue as Israel’s longest-serving prime minister have improved dramatically.
At least 9,000 have been diagnosed with the coronavirus, and 429 have died. Unofficial estimates suggest a figure of 1 million who have been affected by it. And yet, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called the virus “a blessing.”
Iran’s drive for regional hegemony and obsessive focus on assaulting Israel, combined with the coronavirus outbreak, have left it stretched thin. As a result, Jerusalem has a sad-but-real window of opportunity to act.