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Mass media adopt Iran’s sweet talk with an internal gag order on bad talk, such as Iran’s drawing a red line that is on the other side of uranium enrichment. Netanyahu, a lone voice, goes on British media blitz.
Be careful what you wish for. Netanyahu again turns Abbas’ refusal to see Israel as a Jewish state a "red line.” If Abbas “doesn’t miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity,” fine. But what if Abbas calls his bluff?
Like him or not, Netanyahu is at his best as a speaker. He was stunning as Ambassador to the UN in 1984. He wowed over in Congress two years ago. Now he media blitzed the US. Truth triumphs a bad press.
Rosh Hashana Greetings from Prime Minister Netanyahu
Abbas has caught Israel sleeping at the political chessboard and has checked, if not checkmated, the government by stating he will give up the demand for foreign Arabs to flood Haifa and Jaffa.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu assured Israel, attacked by enemy missiles in the northwestern Galilee, "We are using a variety of measures – of both...
Déjà vu. The “peace process’ began in 1991, when the threat of an international boycott forced Yitzchak Shamir to debate Arafat in Madrid. The same threat has Netanyahu running scared, says a columnist.
Israel gave Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas a double boost in the planned release of 26 terrorists names Monday morning, first by agreeing to...
Abbas has declared no Jew will be able to live in a PA state. The Rabbinical Congress for Peace says since Abbas obviously is not interested in peace, Netanyahu should quit before freeing terrorists.
If the Prime Minister gets his way and the European Union blinks first, he could be riding high in the saddle again. If Netanyahu blinks first, he'd better run for his life.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah threatens the US-led "peace talks," saying he will back “Palestine resistance” to ensure that all of the Land of Israel will not remain in Jewish hands.
Obama’s trust of Netanyahu and Abbas not upset Kerry’s peace process cart is zero, so he called both leaders on Thursday just in case they forgot who is calling the shots.
Kerry and Livni have a lot in common. They both talk a lot and say nothing; they love themselves; and they are celebrating their return to diplomatic stardom. They may be “stars for a day.”
Sandy Bloom of New York and her husband Dov of Pittsburgh suffered for years from burns in a deadly 1988 terrorist attack on a bus. Now they are suffering from the thought of the terrorists being freed.
Netanyahu threw a sugar pill at the Cabinet by proposing a change in the Basic Law for a national referendum before giving Israeli land to the PA. The Cabinet is contemplating swallowing the bitter pill – freeing terrorists.
Israel is to free 104 terrorists so Kerry can take the credit for the resumption of “direct talks,” but what will be on the agenda? Peace? Recognizing Israel? No. The PA will talk about a timetable for talks.
Netanyahu says freeing terrorists is unjust, is against public opinion, and is painful. So why do it? Because it is in the “interest of the State,” meaning John Kerry is in charge of Israel’s security.
Kerry is flying to the Middle East, but who cares about Egypt or Syria? He will meet with Abbas in Jordan; Israel is not on his itinerary. He is cooking up something nasty or really is weird.
Who says Netanyahu does not want peace with Abbas? He picked up the phone to wish him greetings on Ramadan. Why didn’t Kerry think of that? Maybe Arabs will call tonight and wish Bibi a good fast.”