Israel: Robust Restraint is the “Secret Sauce” of Israel’s Success

Well, Israel is in the headlines just about every day. And usually, it’s not good. It is either being denounced in the UN General Assembly for Balkanizing Palestinians in the Gaza strip, being tainted by a warm relationship with the White House and the bond between two of the archangels of controversy—Donald Trump and Bibi Netanyahu—or it is the objet horrible some new outcry from the “fresh new faces” in the Democratic Congress, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, who have given the tiniest Muslim minority in the history of anywhere a media megaphone to rival that of the “pussyhat” One Million Women March of 2017.

Well, Israel is in the headlines just about every day. And usually, it’s not good. It is either being denounced in the UN General Assembly for Balkanizing Palestinians in the Gaza strip, being tainted by a warm relationship with the White House and the bond between two of the archangels of controversy—Donald Trump and Bibi Netanyahu—or it is the objet horrible some new outcry from the “fresh new faces” in the Democratic Congress, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, who have given the tiniest Muslim minority in the history of anywhere a media megaphone to rival that of the “pussyhat” One Million Women March of 2017.

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Robust Restraint is the “Secret Sauce” of Israel’s Success Well, Israel is in the headlines just about every day. And usually, it’s not good. It is either being denounced in the UN General Assembly for Balkanizing Palestinians in the Gaza strip, being tainted by a warm relationship with the White House and the bond between two of the archangels of controversy—Donald Trump and Bibi Netanyahu—or it is the objet horrible some new outcry from the “fresh new faces” in the Democratic Congress, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, who have given the tiniest Muslim minority in the history of anywhere a media…

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