“Israel is fighting for its existence and legitimacy at home and abroad. Rising to the challenges at home is no less important than addressing the problems outside. The silent majority, the productive citizens, those who serve, the national, the taxpayers – the Zionist majority – must return to wielding a decisive position in shaping the character of the Jewish state, its vision and its future.”

Policy and Security

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The Jewish Week: Israeli Educator Fears Mideast Move Toward Fundamentalism

The Jewish Week: Israeli Educator Fears Mideast Move Toward Fundamentalism

April 7, 2011

As for peace, Reichman said that negotiations have failed and what is needed is a plan supported by the U.S. and the so-called Quartet (U.S., Russia, the United Nations and the European Union), that would be offered to Israel and the Palestinian Authority as a take-it or leave-it proposition, putting sufficient pressure on both parties to sign on.Read More

Haaretz: Before the UN makes a decision for us

Haaretz: Before the UN makes a decision for us

January 18, 2011

“On November 29, 2011 the UN General Assembly decided by a large majority to recognize a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders. This scenario, despite American efforts (as of now) to prevent it, is becoming increasingly real”.

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The Jerusalem Post: Academic head warns against airstrike on Iranian nukes

The Jerusalem Post: Academic head warns against airstrike on Iranian nukes

September 16, 2010

Memorial Day Address – April 2010

April 18, 2010

Each of us has his own private, inner album; pictures of formative moments in our lives. My Yom Kippur War was also bloody and filled with death. But what I remember best of all is one quiet moment that occurred some ten days after the fighting ended. I was standing at the bedside of Yehouda Wahaba at the Rambam Medical Center. Both of his eyes were bandaged and he could not see me. As if in a scene taken from a Russian World War II movie, I stood there while he recounted my brother Gadi’s last moments.

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ICT's 9th International Conference - Closing Speech

ICT’s 9th International Conference – Closing Speech

September 10, 2009

The strategy to terminate the Jewish state is no longer based on winning one major all-out war. The strategy is based on two long term operations. One is a continuous low intensity violent campaign. Such terror acts directed at civilians are aimed to break the citizens’ will-power, cause internal debates and chaos.Read More

Ceremony in Solidarity with Victims of Terrorism

Ceremony in Solidarity with Victims of Terrorism

September 9, 2003

Shirly Fried is 22 years old. She is a second-year student at our Lauder School of Government. Her parents immigrated to Israel from Hungary, joining the Jewish Zionist dream. The father a physician, the mother a nurse, both were supporters of the Israeli peace movement. About a year and a half ago, the family decided to spend the Passover celebration with others in a hotel. Read More

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