Israel acknowledged this week what the world has long known: It attacked and destroyed a Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007. The news had long been reported around the world — but not in Israel, where military censorship kept it off limits for publication or public debate. That has ignited a debate.
After the funeral of a Jewish man stabbed to death in Jerusalem’s Old City, U.S. Ambassador David Friedman called Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas an anti-Semite and Abbas let loose with a burn-all-bridges speech against the United States.