A ‘must read’: This immutable New York Times op-ed, penned by then Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, is still accurate, as it was when published 41 years ago.
By Golda Meir, the 4th Prime Minister of Israel
January 14, 1976
To be misquoted is an occupational hazard of political leadership; for this reason I should like to clarify my position in regard to the Palestinian issue. I have been charged with being rigidly insensitive to the question of the Palestinian Arabs. In evidence of this I am supposed to have said, “There are no Palestinians.” My actual words were: “There is no Palestinian people. Continue Reading »
After a generation of indoctrination and incitement as the official policy of the Palestinian leadership, via the press, children’s TV programing, and religious sermons, peace will remain unattainable as long as parents continue to send children to hurl rocks at Jewish drivers & IDF soldiers, and/or with knives to kill Israeli children.
Do We Love Our Children More Than We Hate Israelis? By Matt Hanna
Former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir once said, “Peace will come when the Arabs start to love their children more than they hate us.” As a Palestinian who truly loves his people, when I look around me and listen to what our media says about the situation of Palestinian children in Gaza Strip or the West Bank, I ask myself the same thing: Do we really love our children more than we hate Israel and the Jews? Continue Reading »
Uproar in local media, as well as in the museum, forces removal of Golda’s inclusion dedicated to world’s leading women.
By Roi Kais
Egyptians were outraged Sunday, causing an uproar in the local media after discovering that a museum near Cairo had been displaying a picture of none other than the fourth prime minister of Israel, Golda Meir.
Former PM Golda Meir’s picture hanging in Egyptian museum
The new “Pioneering Women” museum in the Pharaonic Village of Giza opened Saturday, with the purpose of relating the stories of women who had changed society. Meir’s picture was hanging there besides those of former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and the wives of former presidents of Egypt, Suzanne Mubarak and Jehan Sadat. Continue Reading »