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Past articles by Nehemia:

Responsible Economists Know That Israel's Judicial Coup Is Economic Suicide

Shmuel Slavin Is a Good Man, Someone Who’s Easy to Make Friends With. He’s an Old-style Likudnik Who Once, for a Short Time, Served as the Director General of T → Read More

Netanyahu Will Soon Have a Very Unpleasant Conversation With Biden

The United States Has Never Before Responded in Such a Way to an Israeli Politician. The U.S. Ambassador in Israel, Tom Nides, Spoke Out Against Finance Ministe → Read More

Netanyahu Will Soon Have a Very Unpleasant Conversation With Biden

The United States has never before responded in such a way to an Israeli politician. The U.S. ambassador in Israel, Tom Nides, spoke out against Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich’s remarks about “wiping out” Palestinian town of Hawara, reportedly saying he was angry was the minister, calling him a fool, and saying that he would throw him off his plane to Washington if he could. → Read More

Israeli Settlers – ‘Judeonazis’ Rampaging in Hawara, as in Duma

They Were Out for Blood; They Wanted to Kill, to Burn Them Alive. There’s No Other Explanation for the Kristallnacht Pogrom Committed by 400 Settlers in Hawara → Read More

Should Odeh and Tibi Repent?

On Friday, a Brief and Unusual Advertisement Ran in Haaretz’s Hebrew Edition – a Blunt Statement by 200 Arab Public Figures. "We’ll Be the First Victims of The → Read More

As the Settlers and ultra-Orthodox Get Their Way, Netanyahu Does Their Bidding

Despite the President’s Emotional Plea to Halt the Legislation, It Still Went Ahead Monday, With the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee Approving T → Read More

Israel's AG Is in Danger

As Always, Benjamin Netanyahu Sees No One but Himself. At the Government Meeting on Sunday He Said, Shocked, That “There Is a Clear Threat to Murder a Prime Min → Read More

Biden, Show Bibi How to Fulfill a Promise

It Was an Unadulterated Pleasure, a True Delight, to Watch Benjamin Netanyahu Standing There Like a Scolded Child, Reluctantly Having to Listen to the Lesson In → Read More

The Ben-Gvir Method: Hit Them Harder

Omer Bar-Lev Missed the Opportunity. He Should Have Come to the Scene of the Terror Attack in Jerusalem’s Neveh Yaakov Neighborhood on Friday Night, and Shouted → Read More

The Tragicomic Gendarmes of Israel

It Happened Some Years Ago. A Friend of Mine Was Driving Down a Narrow Street in Tel Aviv and Accidently Scraped a Parked Car. The Owner, Who Was Sitting in The → Read More

Caving Again, Smotrich Reveals His New Façade

Last Year Ended With Inflation of 5.3 Percent, and Labor Leaders Signaled to the Finance Minister That Their Patience Has Run Out. They Are Demanding an Immedia → Read More

Sancho Panza as Finance Minister

Watching the Finance Minister at His News Conference This Week Was a Rather Sorry Sight. Bezalel Smotrich Looked Like a Junior Aide to the Prime Minister, a Kin → Read More

Has Smotrich Learned His Fiscal Lesson?

It Was an Assault That Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich Did Not Expect. Benzion Mutzafi, a Well-known Arbiter of Jewish Law Associated With the Sephardic Ultra → Read More

Israel's First anti-Zionist Prime Minister

It Feels Like a Year, but in Fact It Has Only Been a Week Since the Government Was Established, a Week That Proved We Are Dealing With the First anti-Zionist Pr → Read More

Smotrich Failed His First Test as Finance Minister

As in Relations Between People, So in Politics “There’s No Second Chance for Making a First Impression,” and Bezalel Smotrich Has Failed This Important Test. Hi → Read More

Israel’s Unwarranted Inflation Panic, Fueled by Media Hysteria

Newspaper Headlines Thursday Shrieked in Red and Black: Electricity Rates Are Spiking, as Are Food Prices, With More Hikes as Well as Austerity Measures on The → Read More

A Plea Bargain, Even Withoutmoral Turpitude

As Most Israelis Were Fast Asleep at Home Last Friday Night, a Bunch of Criminals Sliced Up and Stole 300 Meters of Railroad Communications Cables in the Lehavi → Read More

Awarding Israel's Finance Ministry to Religious Coercion

What Kind of Finance Minister Will Bezalel Smotrich Be? According to an Interview Published Thursday in the ultra-Orthodox Weekly Mishpacha, He'll Be Neither A → Read More

Two Years? How About Weekly?

It Is Going to Be a Particularly Bad Government. Too Big, Too Unwieldy, Hobbled by the Division of Ministries and the Rotation of Ministers. It Will Have 30 Cab → Read More

Tel Aviv Metro: The Height of Folly

It’s Happening Again: The Launch of the Tel Aviv Metro’s Red Line Has Been Postponed for the Seventh Time (!), to April 2023. So Says a Harsh State Comptroller’ → Read More