Tag Archives: Netanyahu

The Netanyahu government talks out of both sides of its mouth

I was so happy when Binyamin Netanyahu was first elected Prime Minister over a decade ago. “Finally we’ll have a strong but skillful politician heading our governemnt” I thought. I must give Netanyahu credit for being especially adept at navigating … Continue reading

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North Korean, Chinese and Russian missiles reach Syria and on to Iran

Prime Minister Netanyahu’s visit last week to China and his upcoming visit to Russia next week highlight what has become increasingly evident: Iran is planning to take over Syria. Yes, the visit to China was ostensibly about trade agreements –  indeed … Continue reading

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Netanyahu’s AIPAC speech and its implications

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

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Obama’s AIPAC speech – what a difference an election year makes

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

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Netanyahu to New York Times: Take a hike

A couple of days ago, New York Times opinion-writer (and self-opinionated pompous blowhard buffoon) Thomas Friedman penned a disgraceful article essentially accusing the “Israel Lobby” of manipulating Congress. I sure hope that Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, understands that the … Continue reading

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Bibi’s pathetic capitulation on the Mughrabi Bridge

The sad saga of the Mughrabi Bridge continues – and this time it is to the detriment of the Israeli and Jewish public.  As I posted earlier, Jerusalem’s City Council, on the advice of health and safety officials, decided that … Continue reading

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