David Horovitz, The Times of Israel

David Horovitz

The Times of Israel


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Recent articles by David:

To overturn the evil decree

In an era of historical revisionism, forgotten lessons and rising intolerance, Judaism's core imperative seems particularly vital → Read More

Abbas asked why there is no Palestinian state. The answers were in his speech

The PA president raged against Israel's intransigence and the world's complicity. But his own words made plain his bad faith → Read More

Lapid gives UN his centrist vision, hopes more at home will be moved to vote for him

PM champions his country, underlines its power, and offers peace to the Palestinians, knowing Israel has gradually shifted to the right but, perhaps, not as far as Netanyahu has → Read More

Some of Netanyahu's most bitter adversaries have smoothed a path for his return

There are still more than six weeks to go until election day, but the splintering of the Joint List may prove decisive → Read More

Why we'll all miss the queen

She came to symbolize what was ultimately acceptable and what was not, at a time when that cardinal distinction is being challenged in democracies other than Britain as well → Read More

When it's too dangerous to attend the funeral of your own murdered twin

Deadly crime in the Arab community has long since become a national crisis → Read More

On Jews and Israel, Gorbachev's legacy is under threat

The last Soviet leader has passed away precisely as Putin's Russia tangles with the Jewish Agency, moving to shut down the Israeli organization that handles Jewish emigration → Read More

Mahmoud Abbas’s lifelong falsification of Jewish history

The PA president's remarks in Berlin reconfirm his abiding rejection of Jewish history - ancient and modern, in Israel and in exile. It's why he has failed his people and ours → Read More

After another round in Gaza, Lapid says, ‘There is another way to live.’ Here’s how

The PM urged Gazans to choose a better future. But they won't until their schools and media provide an honest take on our complex reality -- the last thing their leaders want → Read More

Why Israel may want a ceasefire, and why it might not be easy to achieve

The longer the conflict goes on, the greater the potential for the IDF's achievements to be reversed. But as so often, it may prove harder to end the fighting than it was to start → Read More

As Islamic Jihad sparks Gaza-Israel conflict, all eyes are on Hamas

Hamas regards its last major confrontation with Israel, in May 2021, as a success. But does it want another round now, sparked by its smaller, Iran-backed ally-rival? → Read More

Fiasco in the East Room: The trainwreck unveiling of the Trump peace plan

Two and a half years after the event, Jared Kushner finally explains how a carefully constructed effort 'to improve the lives of the Palestinian and Israeli people' was derailed → Read More

The perils of our increasingly unequal Israel

Undervaluing our teachers is not only deplorably shortsighted. It's also emblematic of an economy dangerously dividing into an often callous elite and a demotivated majority → Read More

What the Saudis think about when they think about peace with Israel

Their newly opened airspace has nothing to do with Israel, they say, and normalization can't happen until there's a Palestinian state. But actually, obviously, it's all about Iran → Read More

With Biden at his side, Lapid seizes the moment to set out prime ministerial vision

Differing from Bennett and Netanyahu in tone and substance, Lapid conveys a message to the region, and to the Israeli electorate → Read More

Why Biden’s 10th visit to Israel must be his most productive

The US president certainly has important business to do in Saudi Arabia. But there's nothing more critical than stopping a nuclear Iran. And time is running out → Read More

Modest success for Israel, self-serving restraint by Hamas: Insights on Gaza flareup

Israel achieved its limited tactical objectives; public diplomacy improved and the Iron Dome astonished, but still the rockets flew; and Iran has cause for satisfaction → Read More

Unveiling alliance with Sa’ar, Gantz hopes it will open path to elusive premiership

For the justice minister, the merger staves off political oblivion; for the oft-thwarted defense minister, it offers a longshot but tantalizing prospect of landing the top job → Read More

Desecration at the Western Wall

What kind of Jewish education is producing youngsters who genuinely believe the foul behavior witnessed last Thursday constitutes the glorification of the divine power? → Read More

Without naming him, Lapid seeks to portray Netanyahu as Israel’s national nemesis

The interim PM, in his first address, decries the scourge of extremism that 'flows like lava' from Israel's politics into the streets → Read More