As Purim approaches, thousands of Israeli children and families grapple with poverty
“At this point there is very little that will stop Iran,” Bolton added. “The most likely outcome, unfortunately, is that Iran is going to get nuclear weapons, and I think sooner rather than later.”
Sudoplatov, the former major-general in Soviet intelligence, said his spymasters knew the lobby efforts of the Bulletin editors would be a “crucial factor in establishing the new world order after the war, and we took advantage of this.”
Separately, this column has learned Harding serves on the board of a corporation, FedCap Partners, that raised millions to do business with companies positioned in growing areas of the federal budget. The issue could become a hot button of controversy as the Senate considers confirming Harding.
Aaron Klein is Jerusalem bureau chief and senior reporter for Internet giant WorldNetDaily.com. He is host of an investigative radio program on New York’s 77-WABC Radio, the largest talk radio station in the U.S.
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The Prime Minister showed AIPAC a map of Iranian-backed Hezbollah attacks in five different continents.
If Iran is serious, Netanyahu can skip his speech and tell the Air Force to rev up its engines.
The anti-Netanyahu crowd, in the spirit of topsy-turvy Purim, drummed up support for his speech.
Iran, like the Palestinian Authority, has one mindset. A deal is not peace. It is an evil piece of paper.
PA President Mahmoud Abbas is making sure PA children will go without milk and the parents forced to ration what little milk they have.
US President Barack Obama contends Israel is “safer today than ever before,” says give Iran talks a chance.
Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is threatening to kill the founder of Twitter and his employees because they are blocking tweets from Daesh, known also as ISIS.
US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power tells AIPAC on Monday that America “will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period.”
“Today, we are no longer silent; today, we have a voice. Tomorrow, as prime minister of the only Jewish state, I plan to use that voice.”
Former Consul Alon Pinkas charges Prime Minister Netanyahu is “injecting Israel into the American political arena – he loves doing that.”
Former Israel Ambassador to the UN Dore Gold says PM Netanyahu’s speech to Congress “will have substance no one has heard before.”
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told a packed room at AIPAC on Monday the US-Israel alliance is “sound.” But on Iran: “No one makes alliances with the weak,” he warned.
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