Tag Archives: Lawrence Solomon
(September 4, 2014) “Solomon noted that the current Gazan war is distinct from the two that preceded it.” Lawrence Solomon joins a Canadian Institute for Jewish Research colloquium on “Israel, Hamas and the third Gazan war.” Continue reading
Anti-Israel boycotts, unlike other anti-corporate activism, are counterproductive as well as ineffectual. Continue reading
(August 21, 2014) In UNRWA’s books, a refugee can be just about anyone who wants to be one.
In the up-is-down bizarro world of UNRWA, the number of refugees only grows and grows. Continue reading
Blockade? Wrong word for the limitations that Israel places on the free flow of goods. Continue reading
In the Israel-Gaza war, Gaza will be an economic winner, Israel an economic loser. Continue reading
Natural resources don’t limit our population’s ability to grow ever larger. Continue reading