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).
October 28, 2016, 1:40 pm
Condemning the 'unscrupulous' practice of luring innocent victims into losing their savings, PMO says other countries should follow Israel's lead and 'make binary trading illegal'
October 25, 2016, 6:35 pm
Op-ed: Netanyahu always claims Palestinian opposition to Jewish sovereignty anywhere, not just to occupation and settlements, lies at the root of the conflict. The PA's new battle against a century-old British declaration sadly proves his point
October 23, 2016, 9:44 am
Year after year for over a decade, remarkably, dozens of top American comedians have been coming to Israel to raise morale and money. 'Comedy Road,' a new filmed account of these implausible tours, is both sidesplitting and moving
October 20, 2016, 4:14 pm
UK’s Jewish leader on Labour anti-Semitism: Jeremy Corbyn is incapable of shifting his irrational prejudices
Board of Deputies head Jonathan Arkush explains the far-left's problem with Jews, reveals his outreach visits to mosques, says a royal visit to Israel may be imminent, and argues that, overall, things are pretty bright for British Jews
September 30, 2016, 5:02 pm
Op-Ed: Invoking Peres's vision of insistent hope, the US president delivers a eulogy laden with warmth for the Jewish state and understanding of its challenges. If only he'd come here and said something similar seven years ago
September 20, 2016, 4:23 pm
Op-Ed: When he bids farewell to the president on Wednesday, Israel's PM will consider himself vindicated in the two areas where they most disagreed -- on the Palestinians and Iran. He'll also be happily contemplating the fact that, unlike Obama, he'll be running his country for the foreseeable future
August 23, 2016, 11:32 am
Op-ed: Tackling rocketing house prices with new taxes and various harebrained schemes, the government seems to be ignoring the obvious solution: free up more land. Or has the goal all along been to encourage people to move to settlements?