Danny Ayalon

Ayalon Addresses Palestinian Economic Crisis WIth U.S. Jewish Leaders

09/21/2012
Staff Writer

A senior Israeli official responded indirectly to two reports that blamed Israel in part for the “deepening fisical crisis” of the Palestinian Authority.


“The instinct is to blame Israel for the occupation,” said Danny Ayalon, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, about reports from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon

Yes, Israel, There Is Life in Galus

If you are reading this, you are probably Jewish, and there's a good chance you live outside of Israel. But maybe you didn't know that Jewish life exists where you are, and that is sometimes even interesting, and important to understand.
After all, the Israeli media says it didn't grasp this, until now.

The Israeli press recently realized Jewish life outside of Israel is newsworthy.

Israel’s Internal Warfare

05/01/2012
Editorial

It is more than disconcerting to read daily reports of high-level Israeli officials publicly and sharply criticizing each other in disagreeing over whether Israel is or isn’t prepared to attack Iran’s nuclear program, whether it should or shouldn’t go forward with the plan, and whether the motives of the prime minister and defense minister are based on security or politics.

Olmert Takes On Netanyahu, Restive New York Audience

Former prime minister calls for caution on Iran and more respect for Obama at Jerusalem Post conference here.

04/30/2012
Editor And Publisher

There was a time when “Israeli politics stopped at the Mediterranean,” Danny Ayalon, Israel’s deputy foreign minister, told the large crowd Sunday morning at the first annual Jerusalem Post conference in New York.

Tim Boxer At Friends Of Bet El Dinner

12/15/2011
Jewish Week Online Columnist

Rubin Margules insisted we should stop calling the land occupied territories. “We occupy no one’s land but have returned to the land that God promised us.”

Margules, a longtime Zionist activist, was one of the honorees at the 29th annual dinner of the  American Friends of Bet El Yeshiva Center last week at the Marriott Marquis in New York. Bet El, called the place where Jewish history began, is situated on that land, a heartbeat north of Jerusalem, a stone’s throw east of Ramallah.

Danny Ayalon and Eugen Gluck at American Friends of Bet El Yeshiva Center gala.

Arab Unrest Alters Power Balance in As Yet Unseen Ways

03/02/2011
JTA

WASHINGTON (JTA) -- They were the devils they knew.

Though Israel lives in a dangerous neighborhood, surrounded by countries whose leaders or people wish its destruction, over the years it had adjusted to the status quo, more or less figuring out how to get by while keeping an eye on gradual change.

But the sudden upheaval in the region that in a matter of weeks has toppled regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, and threatens autocrats in Libya, Yemen, Bahrain and elsewhere, is forcing Israel to grapple with how to recalibrate for dramatic change.

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