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.

The FBI should investigate the attack on US citizen in Jerusalem bombing - opinion

The FBI announced that it will be investigating the killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh but was silent when an American was injured in a bombing.

By STEPHEN M. FLATOW
27/11/2022

Israel elected a far-right government: Where does it go from here? - opinion

The people have voted, and Netanyahu will form his government in due course. 

The proposed High Court override clause will reverse gender equality gains - opinion

The new coalition's shortage of women and its proposed High Court override clause are a danger to the struggle for gender equality in Israel.

By ANAT THON ASHKENAZY
27/11/2022

Grapevine November 27, 2022: Out of Babylon

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Kenyan terror suspects on trial for attack on Israeli owned Paradise hotel in Mombasa

Lessons learned from Al Qaeda terror attack in Kenya, twenty years on - opinion

As the 20th anniversary of the Al Qaeda suicide bombing in Kenya approaches, I’m sitting at my desk sifting through two decades of difficult thoughts and feelings.

COP27 climate circus: Israel is not doing enough - opinion

Observations of an Israeli at the Sharm el-Sheikh COP27 climate summit.

26/11/2022

Social mobility as a priority will open doors for Israeli children - opinion

This year’s theme for maximizing children’s rights goes hand in hand with advancing social mobility, one of the socioeconomic challenges on JDC Israel’s agenda.

By ARIEL LEVY
26/11/2022

Kanye West's antisemitism inspired by Louis Farrakhan - opinion

Farrakhan must be treated as a persona non grata in America. For too long, his poisonous presence and rhetoric have been tolerated.

This is why I am boycotting the Qatar World Cup - opinion

Sadly, this year’s tournament has robbed us all of the World Cup as we know it, and left many with no choice other than to boycott the beautiful game.

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