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.

Removing the stigma of mental health in the halachic world - opinion

Bringing the conversation out in the open creates a very positive environment in which to increase awareness, reduce the stigma of mental health and create an openness to seeking treatment.

By SHMUEL HARRIS , YONI ROSENSWEIG
16/05/2022

If believing in Israel is racism, then call me a racist - opinion

The term, the word, the slur “racist” has become an automatic response for a large swath of America. It has become an automatic invective.

Protesters hold placards and flags during a demonstration, organised by the British Board of Jewish

No more tolerance for evil, hateful views - opinion

We shouldn’t tolerate people, either we reject them because they are evil or we embrace them because they are good and most people are, basically, good.

By HESCHEL GREENBERG
16/05/2022

Is now the time for Finland, Sweden to join NATO? - opinion

Moscow has warned that the two countries’ accession to NATO will have serious military and political consequences. It spoke of retaliatory measures.”

Israel is badly losing the PR battle - opinion

We need an “Israel Digital Defense Force,” a global network of social media influencers who care about truth and freedom in the Middle East and the Jewish people as a light unto the nations.

The government won't fall over question of legitimacy - opinion

The survival of the government's survival is at question since Idit Silman resigned from the coalition, leaving the government in a precarious place.

People need to be active for Jerusalem to be a pride-tolerant place - opinion

Public policy for the LGBTQ+ community is still dictated by the standards of hate and prejudice.

By EMUNA KLEIN BARNOY
15/05/2022

Identity of IDF officer's identity reminds us of Druze-Israeli bond - editorial

The IDF released the identity of Mahmoud Kheir Din, a Druze IDF officer who was killed in Gaza in 2018.

Last week marked 30 years of Indian-Israeli relations - opinion

Israel and India have many similarities despite the 4,000 km between them, and their relations are on the rise.

By LAUREN DAGAN AMOSS
15/05/2022
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