I know terrorism is real. And I know fear of it distorts public judgment. Terrorism is like a chronic illness. We have to learn to contain it and live with it.
As history since Hiroshima shows, the best, perhaps the only, way to curb war is to deter it with such overwhelming force as to turn it from a struggle into suicide.
I have always maintained that the only group I belong to consists of my family, my wife Lily, my mother, my sons Omri and Gilad.
If there is ever to be an end to the conflict, the Palestinians must recognize the Jewish people’s right to a homeland and the existence of an independent Jewish state in the homeland of the Jewish people.
‘Never’ is too much of a word. Nothing lasts forever.
The rules of engagement have become so rigid that governments often straightjacket themselves in the face of unambiguous aggression.
One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present.
It’s no accident many accuse me of conducting public affairs with my heart instead of my head. Well, what if I do? Those who don’t know how to weep with their whole heart don’t know how to laugh either.
In times of peace, just as today in our fight against terror, the United States and Israel stand together.
To be successful, a woman has to be much better at her job than a man.