My favorites are: Isi Leibler (a heroic Jewish leader in Israel from Australia), Danny Ayalon, (coming to Princeton soon, he promised me) and Caroline Glick (we need more women spokespeople).
In this weekly roundup of Israel in Turmoil, Mark S. Golub interviews fmr. Israeli Ambassador to the US, Danny Ayalon, the founder of Palestinian Media Watch, Itamar Marcus, and Jerusalem Post columnist, Isi Leibler.
Jerusalem Post columnist, Caroline Glick, author of "The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East," offers her analysis of the Obama Administration's position during the Israeli-Hamas war in Gaza. Israeli Consul for Media Affairs in New York City, Shahar Azani, answers criticisms expressed by young American Jews of Israel's war with Hamas in Gaza, and by MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, and by Palestinian Ali Jarbawi in a New York Times op ed piece.
Israel In Turmoil: Peter Berkowitz
A senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University amplifies on a piece he published on Clear Politics explaining why Israel is not guilty of using disproportionate force.
Israel In Turmoil: Noah Pollak
Political writer Noah Pollak, named by the Algemeiner Journal as one of the "top ten living spokespeople for Jews and Israel," puts the Israel-Hamas conflict into context.