P. David Hornik Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Nov 5, 2009

“The scale and extremism of the [anti-Semitic] literature and commentary available in Arab or Muslim newspapers, journals, magazines, caricatures, on Islamist websites, on the Middle Eastern radio and TV news, in documentaries, films, and educational materials, is comparable only to…

by | May 12, 2009

In his meeting with Vice President Joe Biden last week, Israeli President Shimon Peres is reported to have said that “ending natural growth in settlements was a non-starter” and, in his own words, that “Israel cannot instruct settlers in existing…

by | Mar 30, 2009

United in Hate: The Left’s Romance with Tyranny and Terror By Jamie Glazov
(WND Books, 264 pages, $25.95) What drives an intelligent, successful Western person — a professor, a movie star, a novelist — to venerate totalitarian movements and even make…

by | Aug 13, 2008

In August in Tel Aviv there are at last days when the heat and humidity slightly relent, a breeze blows in from the sea, and you can walk to the supermarket and back — at least in the morning —…

by | Apr 24, 2008

This Passover week, supposed to be a time of celebration of freedom in the Land of Israel, it’s hard to be cheerful in light of Israel’s grim security situation. Hamas, from its Gaza enclave created by Israel’s boorish “disengagement” in…

by | Dec 14, 2007

TEL AVIV — Thirteen years ago when my mother was dying of cancer, her rabbi was a major support figure. The phrase “her rabbi” may imply religiosity, but actually she wasn’t very religious — not interested in God as an…

by | May 30, 2007

Lior Dayan is a grandson of Moshe Dayan (1915-1981), the mythic Israeli soldier-kibbutznik who rose to the ranks of chief of staff, defense minister, and foreign minister. Lior is a far cry from his granddad: he got out of the…

by | May 1, 2007

With secular Turks fearing a growing Islamic trend in the country, on Friday Turkey’s military — a staunchly secular institution that has saved the country from Islamism a few times in the past — issued a none-too-veiled threat: It should…

by | Apr 10, 2007

Turns out there’s now a baby boom in the Galilee, the part of Israel that was hardest hit — that is, shelled incessantly by Hizballah missiles — in last summer’s war. The medical director of a regional hospital says “the…

by | Sep 14, 2006

Everyone warns you about the heat and humidity, and my reply is just as ritual — I work at home, I always dress comfortable, it doesn’t bother me. And what I say is not just a deflection, but true. Also…

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