By Schmoel Yitzhak
Since Israel is such a major concern to the United States, how come the American president -- and his Air Force One pilots -- have yet to find Ben Gurion Airport?
How come the anti-Israel dissent propagated by Ben Gurion University’s large, leftist bloc of professors is to be tolerated but when Im Tirtzu registers dissent over the bring-down-Israel faculty, the profs scream like wounded banshees?
Why does the “Get Olmert” Circus go on and on and on, ad nauseum?
Isn’t it about time the Palestinians get it into their heads that -- as Jerusalem Post columnist Sol Stern so aptly puts it -- the refugee issue will doom the new peace-making effort.
Since Bibi Netanyahu made a huge concession when he agreed to Obama’s building freeze ‘way back when, how come the Arabs responded with absolutely nothing in return?
With that in mind, what does Uncle Sam’s leader expect to gain from another building freeze, other than yet another slap at Bibi’ well-whacked-by-Uncle Sam face?
When will the United Nations admit that its “Human Rights” division is about as one-sided as the Iranian government?
* Does the holier-than-thou New York Times know that one of the men on the Mavi Marmara spent three years in a Turkish prison for hijacking a ferry in 1996 in the Black Sea?
Then again, if the Times did know what are the odds that the anti-Turk story would even make print?
Jerusalem is getting its trolley (light rail, but it’s not so light) line so how come the ultra-modern city of Tel Aviv is lagging so far behind the nation’s capital when it comes to public transportation? (Subway, anyone?)
Do you know the answer to this headline? WOULD AN IDF WITHDRAWAL FROM THE WEST BANK MEAN A SAFE HAVEN FOR EXTREMISTS?
Surely you remember what happened in Gaza and Lebanon, or don’t you? (Visit Sedorot if you still don’t have the answer. Then again, there’s the Kfar Darom tragedy.)
Aren’t “academics” among the most supercilious bunch of misinformed degree-holders in the world? (Start with Ben Gurion University and its president.)
What is something that’s supposed-to-be but isn’t? (Answer: The Arab Peace Initiative.)