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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, May 25, 2017


Can Arabs, who make up one-fifth of Israel’s population, be loyal citizens of the Jewish state?

With this question in mind, I recently visited several Arab-inhabited regions of Israel (Jaffa, Baqa al-Gharbiya, Umm al-Fahm, Haifa, Acre, Nazareth, the Golan Heights, Jerusalem) and held discussions with mainstream Arab and Jewish Israelis.

I found most Arabic-speaking citizens to be intensely conflicted about living in a Jewish polity. On the one hand, they resent Judaism as the country’s privileged religion, the Law of Return that permits only Jews to immigrate at will, Hebrew as the primary language of state, the Star of David in the flag, and mention of the “Jewish soul” in the anthem. On the other hand, they appreciate the country’s

In theory, interfaith debates may sound like a good idea. After all, how could the free, open exchange of ideas be anything but beneficial for anyone within hearing range? But the reality is that, more often than not, they’re platforms for one side to try and convert the other, to hawk newly published books and DVDs, or both. The use of public spectacles as a means to degrade Judaism and persuade Jews to abandon their heritage. The Church has been doing this since at least the 13th Century; of

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton with Ehud Olmert in 2009. Olmert is the keynote speaker at J Streets upcoming conference. (Photo credit: U.S. State Department)In January 2009, flushed with the success of Barack Obama’s election to the presidency, many on the left assumed that the new left-wing lobby J Street would soon be a major force in Washington. They thought that even if it did not replace AIPAC as the voice of American Jewry on Israel, it would, at the very least, be a potent rival that would help the new administration’s policy of pressure on the Jewish state survive criticism from the right.

But as J Street’s supporters gather for their second

The Boycott Divestment Sanctions BDS movement is an international attempt to cripple Israel’s economy through boycotts and to delegitimize the Jewish State by leveling spurious accusations of “apartheid.” BDS is detrimental to Israel. Should groups that support BDS be allowed to participate in the annual Salute to Israel parade? Definitely not!

Last year, the New Israel Fund was allowed to participate in the annual Salute to Israel parade. The NIF was joined by other far left groups which

Hundreds of Muslim worshippers, incited by a rumor that the Al-Aqsa mosque was under threat, recently hurled rocks down from Jerusalem’s Temple Mount on the Jews praying below at the Western Wall. Several Israeli policemen were injured quelling the violence. Although such incidents are nothing new, that one was the opening salvo in a larger campaign to inflame the Arab and Muslim worlds about the future of Jerusalem and force the issue onto the agenda of the international community.

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