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Tag Archives: Obama
It’s hard to believe that nearly a whole year has passed since that contentious speech by Barack Obama and the diplomatic lesson given to him by Binyamin Netanyahu that followed. President Obama, addressing the AIPAC convention today in Washington, portrayed … Continue reading
Obama tells UN to consider Israel’s security re Palestinian statehood – but do the Palestinians really want a state?
Kicking off the UN’s new General Assembly session, US President Obama’s speech made a refreshing change in his tone towards Israel and its security needs, as the JTA reports: President Obama appealed to the United Nations to recognize Israel’s security … Continue reading
I’m a bit late with the news today, what with Shabbat and family celebrations out of town but now I’ve had a chance to catch up somewhat and the news out of Cairo is not good. Israel’s embassy in Cairo … Continue reading
In answer to my previous question – no, they didn’t. Release Jonathan Pollard to go to his father’s funeral, that is. Not only did the US administration not allow Pollard to visit his dying father – just like they did … Continue reading
Via Jewish Ideas Daily I found this rather enlightening article, “Where is Israel’s Capital?” by Jonathan Tobin (originally published in Commentary Magazine). In the article Tobin explains the origin of the complicated American approach to Israel’s possession of Jerusalem, and … Continue reading
The media and blogging world are all abuzz with arguments about what President Obama really meant when he talked about an “Israel-Palestinian peace agreement based on the 1967 lines”. There are those who claimed that he didn’t say anything new; … Continue reading