Let's admit the truth: We're afraid
Reporting wrongdoings in open democracies like Israel takes rather less courage than doing the same in, say, Syria.
It seems that the UN and then Goldstone were the ones who should be accused of shooting first, and asking the questions later.
Until today, Libya was part of the UN Human Rights council, meaning 155 countries thought Libya was eligible for the job.
Hopelessly lost in translation
What do things like the proposed UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement building really mean?
How I'd love to live in Tom Friedman's flat world
Sadly, I have to live in the real one.
Walk like an Egyptian
When you live in a western democracy, it’s a little difficult to understand the mentality of other regime types, especially if they exist in faraway countries. Until suddenly, a million people walk out to the streets to demand their rights.
It's easy for killers to lie
It’s called terror, and there are countries that are run by it, every day. While pretending to be an elected government, they are run by terror movements, who become stronger and richer while waiting for the right opportunity to show everyone who the real boss is.
When rockets fall and no one cares
Media reports which only show Israeli retaliation to the rockets that have been shot at its civilians, make it look like Israel’s actions came for no real reason. As if they were just someone’s whim.
If you were in Abbas's shoes, tell the truth: who would you rather confront Israel, the democracy that is almost always willing to negotiate, or barbaric terrorists?
We're one, but we're not the same
The invitation to Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to visit Gaza can only be to foment terror - the world's problem, not just Israel's.