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Trump Administration Will Not Push For Two-State Solution In Middle East

Christine Rousselle, Ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to the United States, more details on how the Trump Administration plans to approach Middle East policy are beginning to emerge. Namely, it appears as though they will not be looking to propose a two-state solution. Speaking anonymously, a White House official said that a

‘America First’ Is Not a Threat but a Promise

Michael Barone, “From this day forward, it’s going to be only America first, America first,” Donald Trump proclaimed in his inaugural address. As has been his habit, he added to the prepared text the word “only” and employed the rhetorical device of repetition by repeating “America first.” The phrase sticks in some critics’ craws. It

Clinton-Era Ambassador Tells Israel What Is Best for Israel

Brendan Kirby, Former diplomat claims moving U.S. embassy to Jerusalem would boost ISIS. A former U.S. ambassador to Israel suggested Monday on CNN that he knows better than the Israelis what is in their best interests. Edward Walker, who served under President Bill Clinton in the 1990s and also did a stint as ambassador to Egypt,

John Kerry Takes Another Parting Shot at His ‘Friend’ Netanyahu

Cortney O’Brien,  In Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech trying to explain the Obama administration’s abstention in the anti-Israel UN resolution last month, he summed up Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government as the most radical, right wing government in the country’s history.  He apparently wasn’t done lecturing the Israeli leader. In an conversation with New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman

Members at DC country club take swing at Obama over Israel stance

Members at an exclusive Washington-area country club think President Obama is a real duffer when it comes to foreign policy – and the fairway furor could cost him one option for a post-presidency home course. Though it’s unclear whether the outgoing president would even seek membership there, some at the Woodmont Country Club in Rockville,

Coup: Israeli Police Enter Netanyahu’s Home Over Corruption Allegations

Zero Hedge, Obama moving against Israel? As the Obama administration shunned Israel last week, we warned that police were calling on Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit to allow them to open a full criminal investigation against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Today, as Channel 2 reports, Israeli police entered Bibi’s home for questioning. The prime minister was quick to react, blasting “don’t celebrate too

Apologies to Israel, but Help Is on the Way

David Limbaugh,  I am not surprised at President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry’s parting insults to Israel, but they are nonetheless unconscionable. Thank goodness Obama is on the way out and the restoration of our relationship will soon begin. It wasn’t enough for Obama to betray Israel by abstaining from voting on,

‘Ironclad’ Information That The Obama White House Pushed Anti-Israel UN Resolution

Matt Vespa, Before the Christmas holiday, the United Nations passed a resolution that condemned Israeli settlement building, but it went further than that. According to David Keyes, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the resolution also noted that the Western Wall, which is the holiest site where people of the Jewish faith can

Trump and Netanyahu Discuss Border Fence, Status of Jerusalem

Donald Trump “discussed at length Israel’s successful experience with a security fence that helped secure its borders” during a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that lasted longer than an hour, according to a statement from the Republican presidential nominee’s campaign. Trump’s proposal to build a wall on the U.S. border with Mexico as way

Netanyahu Said to Be Open to Meeting Trump, Clinton on U.S. Trip

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would meet either of the two presidential candidates if they were to ask, a senior Israeli official in New York said on condition of anonymity. Setting aside years of tensions, President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bid each other farewell Wednesday with a strident affirmation of security

Tension Abounds As Obama, Netanyahu Meet For Final Time

Cortney O’Brien, President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu haven’t exactly been two peas in a pod these past eight years. Politico has a quick explanation of their often hostile relationship ahead of what will be their final meeting on Wednesday as heads of state. President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu and the ‘Otherwise Enlightened’

Caroline Glick,  Someone finally calls out the international community’s “no Jews” policy for “Palestine.” Sometimes, nothing is more infuriating than the truth. On Friday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu infuriated the Obama administration when he told the truth about the nature of the internationally supported Palestinian demand that Israel must transfer control over Judea, Samaria and