Category: Anti-Semitism

Israel’s role in the struggle against anti-Semitism

Nov 1, 2018

Leave a Comment

It is a big mistake on the part of some US Jews to politicize the fight against anti-Semitism. Keep partisan politics out of it! Israeli and Diaspora Jews should band together to draw strength from solidarity, jointly combat hate, and raise the flag of unafraid and vibrant Jewish life everywhere. 

Continue »

Fighting the good fight in Europe

Aug 31, 2018

Leave a Comment

In a series of lectures in northern Europe this week, I outlined a series of approaches to beating BDS. Among other: Talk about the fundamental national rights of the Jewish People in their ancestral homeland. This can, at least, win some grudging respect for Israel.

Continue »

Winning hasbara strategies

Jun 8, 2018

Leave a Comment

The deep “psychological asymmetry” employed by Hamas and Fatah as a strategic weapon against Israel is working. How to handle this? Here are five strategies, including this: Don’t be embarrassed by Israel’s strength. Admit to it. Flaunt it. Better shock-and-awe than shrink-and-whimper.

Continue »

Gaza prejudice and perfidy

May 18, 2018

Leave a Comment

It is unmitigatedly maddening to see Western leaders and media succumb with equanimity to Hamas’ obvious criminal stuntsmanship on the Gaza border. What is Western support for “Israel’s right to exist within secure and recognized borders” worth if those borders cannot be defended?

Continue »

A profligate potpourri of anti-Semitic problems

Mar 23, 2018

Leave a Comment

I offer here a historical review of Israeli government attitudes towards the phenomena of anti-Semitism, and take a critical look at this week’s meeting of the Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism, held in Jerusalem. The Forum needs focus.

Continue »

On settlements, anti-Semitism, Arab democracy, and more

Nov 9, 2017

Leave a Comment

My fall reading recommendations, with essays and books on democracy in the Arab world, the industry of lies against Israel, Zionism, anti-Semitism, settlements, and Haredi army service.

Continue »

A familiar Purim tale

Mar 9, 2017

Leave a Comment

Never before had an Orthodox Jew been so close to the seat of power through family connections… Mordechai brought some order into palace decision-making, limited the King’s drinking and texting, and overall helped Achashverosh become a great King.

Continue »

The formula for Israel’s triumph

Dec 2, 2016

Leave a Comment

The Biblical story of Isaac – specifically, how Isaac’s detractors first detested him, then came around to embrace him – is a tale pregnant with deep policy relevance for the modern State of Israel. Faith, fortune and power are the ingredients that guarantee Israel success against its adversaries.

Continue »

On Pesach, peoplehood and pursuit of the enemy

Apr 22, 2016

Leave a Comment

Israelis posses the sense of righteousness, purpose and resolve so desperately needed by the West. Seder night rituals reinforce this. Fighting off global Islamic jihadist attacks will similarly require a renewal of Western resolve that can only come from profound intellectual and moral rearmament.

Continue »

Yediot Ahronot’s boycott festival

Mar 29, 2016

Leave a Comment

Cynical and hysterical hand-wringing about a BDS “threat” lends undeserved profile to a movement that thrives on such attention.

Continue »

Page 1 of 3123

Subscribe to Political Columns


About David Weinberg

David M. Weinberg is a think tank director, columnist and lobbyist who is a sharp critic of Israel’s detractors and of post-Zionist trends in Israel. Read more »


Speaking Engagements

A passionate speaker, David M. Weinberg lectures widely in Israel, the U.S. and Canada to Jewish and non-Jewish audiences. He speaks on international politics and Middle East strategic affairs, Israeli diplomacy and defense strategy, intelligence matters and more. Click here to book David Weinberg as a speaker.


© 2018 David M. Weinberg. Sitemap | Site by illuminea | Contact | Press Room | Attribution License