Op-eds

Posted on May 18, 2011 in Op-eds
Today’s Israel-Centric Op Ed Round Up

With the impending pair of speeches by President Obama – one tomorrow at the State Department about the changes sweeping the broader Mideast, and on Sunday at AIPAC; as...

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Today’s Israel-Centric Op Ed Round Up

With the impending pair of speeches by President Obama – one tomorrow at the State Department about the changes sweeping the broader Mideast, and on Sunday at AIPAC; as...

Posted on May 3, 2011 in Op-eds
Rejoice with appreciation for our troops, intel

The Washington Post’s “On Faith” panel was asked to comment on the propriety of “rejoicing” upon Osama bin Laden’s demise. Here is Nathan Diament’s post: It is appropriate for...

Posted on January 12, 2011 in Op-eds
Sarah Palin’s “blood libel” invocation

By Nathan Diament Originally published in The Washington Post – On Faith, January 12, 2011 Some political partisans and pundits sought to link the tragic events of Tucson to...

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We must be repelled by violence

By Nathan Diament Originally published in The Washington Post – On Faith, January 12, 2011 After Saturday’s tragic shooting in Tucson, some have pointed the finger at inflammatory political...

Posted on December 3, 2010 in Op-eds
Op-Ed: A preposterous prospect

The following op ed was written by Nathan J. Diament, OU Director of Public Policy for Haaretz: The dispute over the future of Jerusalem is not about land. It...