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Tag Archives: Shimon Peres
Shimon Peres, former President of Israel, former Prime Minister, Foreign Minister and one of Israel’s founding fathers, passed away last night ate age 93. Lavish praise was poured upon him by Israeli politicians from across the spectrum, possibly more than … Continue reading
Last week when it emerged that Speaker Boehner had invited PM Binyamin Netanyahu to address Congress in March on the Iran issue, among the other petulant reactions of President Obama was his self-righteous declaration that he won’t meet PM Binyamin … Continue reading
As the end of President Shimon Peres’s 7-year term approached, a nasty dirty battle was waged in recent weeks in the Knesset over who Israel’s next President was to be. Binyamin Netanyahu mystifyingly opposed Rivlin’s candidacy until the very last … Continue reading
Another cursed anniversary fell this week – the 20th anniversary of the ill-fated and misconceived Oslo Accords which led directly to the mess that Israel finds itself in today. Caroline Glick, in a devastating critique of Oslo and its perpetrators, … Continue reading
That time of the week has come around again so quickly – time for another installment of Good News Friday. My first item for this week is both a source of national pride for the whole country and is a … Continue reading