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Tag Archives: AIPAC
President Obama did it again – he poured a great bucket of icy cold water on Binyamin Netanyahu’s head by implicitly threatening Israel with isolation and worse if they don’t cave in to every Palestinian (and American) demand in an … Continue reading
Despite ongoing, if fruitless, peace talks with the Palestinians, and against the background of the barbaric civil wars taking place just over our borders in Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, all of which ought to shine a more positive light on … Continue reading
Here is a link to the full text of Binyamin Netanyahu’s speech to the AIPAC conference earlier this week. (Apologies for being a couple of days late on this subject, but life suddenly got very busy.) I will just post … Continue reading
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
This post was originally posted as a guest-post at CifWatch. Following on from my post of yesterday, where I took Andrew Phillips to task for not wishing the Palestinians to benefit if it also benefits Israel, in that same letter … 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