Ron writes, "President Trump’s speechwriters were clearly saying that the source of the conflict is Israel’s occupation of the Old City of Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza and not Arab intolerance of the Jewish nation. This is straight out of the fictitious, Arab version of the conflict..."
Julianna writes, "Most Syrians are taught that Israelis are their worst enemies – but thanks to Israel’s incredible humanitarian efforts during this war, attitudes are beginning to change."
David writes, "The Land is not going to disappear as long as the earth is here. But what about the Jewish people? The prophet Jeremiah recorded this promise from God, which ISIS may want to take as a bit of military advice."
K.J. writes, "So this week when we are in school and someone quotes the beloved words, "The Temple Mount is in our hands," I will have to swallow the lump in my throat and thank God for bringing us home to our city, to our inheritance, whole and free once again."
David writes, "By the time you are reading this comment, President Trump will be on his way back to the White House. Once he is back at his desk in the Oval Office he will have some serious decisions to consider."
Ron writes, "As Force One took off Wednesday from Ben Gurion Airport, ending the President’s 28-hour whirlwind trip to Israel, Israelis were not sure what to make of his trip. After visiting the center of Islam, Saudi Arabia, and the heart of Judaism, Jerusalem, he headed to the Vatican to meet with the Pope."
Orna writes, "What can I say in your honor, Jerusalem, that hasn’t already been said? Everyone wants to crown you and say “she’s mine”, or “I was here first.” Is there a place left on your head for me to set some crowns of my own?"
Howard writes, "It is clear now for many years already that this did not bring the “times of the Gentiles” to fulfillment. Jerusalem is still being trampled under foot by the Gentile powers..."
Elhanan writes, "Fifty years ago at this time the City of David, of Solomon and Hezekiah, of Isaiah and Jeremiah and Paul and Peter and Jesus was delivered back into the hands of the Jewish people after a two thousand year hiatus."
The question “Can Israel be both Jewish and democratic” was asked of a panel of experts (both American and Israeli) during this year’s American Israel Public Affairs Committee Conference.