Douglas Altabef

Michael Oren’s new book has done Israel and America a great service

By on August 1, 2015 in Douglas Altabef with 0 Comments
Michael Oren’s new book has done Israel and America a great service

SaveTheWest contributor Doug Altabef reviews Michael Oren’s new memoir, “Ally: My Journey Across the American-Israeli Divide,” and discusses important aspects beyond Oren’s widely-reported criticisms of President Obama.

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Toward a Zionist Social Action Agenda

By on June 26, 2015 in Douglas Altabef with 0 Comments
Toward a Zionist Social Action Agenda

SaveTheWest contributor Doug Altabef writes, “The issue of the cherishing of the Jewish State is not just symbolic; rather, it is emblematic and points the way to a whole host of sensibilities that embody a social action plan for Zionism.”

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The Bibi-Hating Media Helped to Elect Him

By on March 19, 2015 in Douglas Altabef with 0 Comments
The Bibi-Hating Media Helped to Elect Him

Could the “news” media’s near-universal vilification of Benjamin Netanyahu have actually helped drive him from the loss to the win column in the recent election? Yes, argues STW contributor Doug Altabef.

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Only Obama could make me want Bibi

By on March 5, 2015 in Douglas Altabef with 0 Comments
Only Obama could make me want Bibi

Let me get right to the punchline: I am voting for Bibi in the upcoming election. Now for the commentary: I am not a big Bibi fan.

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Hamas’s “victory”

By on September 7, 2014 in Douglas Altabef, From the Internet with 0 Comments
Hamas’s “victory”

In the Palestinian world, when Hamas is in a military conflict with Israel, anything short of being beaten to the point of having to cry “Uncle!,” and sign an unconditional surrender, is considered a “victory.” But to a chorus of Israel supporters, anything short of that is considered a loss. Which is it?

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