The message the law sends to Israel's Arab citizens is unequivocal: This state is not yours and this land does not belong to you.
Jordan's King Abdullah warned that the move "will have serious implications for security and stability in the Middle East.
Republicans wanted a president more like Netanyahu. Now they have one.
The Israeli prime minister's speech before Congress yesterday could open up political divisions, and work against Israel in the long term.
On the surface, today’s Jews can go about their lives as proudly, as openly, and as securely as members of the majority. But as the recent attacks in Denmark and France—and Europe’s response in the aftermath—remind us, this is a frighteningly fragile, if not illusory, achievement.