David Horovitz is the founding editor of The Times of Israel. He is the author of "Still Life with Bombers" (2004) and "A Little Too Close to God" (2000), and co-author of "Shalom Friend: The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin" (1996). He previously edited The Jerusalem Post (2004-2011) and The Jerusalem Report (1998-2004).
March 29, 2017, 2:08 pm
Op-ed: The PM is a habitual star turn at the lobby's annual DC confab, but stayed away this year, of all years, when the Republicans finally hold center stage. Surely it wasn't because he preferred not to meet the president?
February 15, 2017, 10:02 pm
Op-ed: The president told the world he personally doesn't mind if there's a one-state or a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But a single entity between river and sea means the end of Jewish, democratic Israel. How dare Israel's PM not point that out?
February 14, 2017, 3:47 pm
Op-ed: The new president, the great hope of the Israeli right, has already bashed settlements, paused the embassy relocation, and urged Israel to be reasonable in its dealings with the Palestinians. He may say the opposite to Netanyahu. Or not. And whatever he says may not translate into policy afterwards. Good luck to us all
February 9, 2017, 3:17 pm
Op-ed: Agreeing on a path forward with the new president is crucial. Allowing Israel to be perceived as the uncritical ally of so unpredictable and divisive a leader would be disastrous
January 30, 2017, 6:56 pm
Op-ed: The PM says he'll be leading Israel and the Jews for years to come. That requires doing more than basking in the unfamiliar pleasure of a presidency that doesn't like the Iran deal and calls Islamic terrorism by its name
January 24, 2017, 3:49 pm
Op-Ed: Israeli law enforcement could have prevented the suicide of Canadian Fred Turbide last month, by closing down the firm that fleeced him, just as it could have stopped the corrupt industry blazing a trail of ruined lives worldwide for a decade. Unconscionably, even though many of the firms routinely engage in the crudest of thefts, the police do nothing