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In Cairo nearly eight years ago, President Obama looked and sounded presidential. With elegance and grace, he expressed his vision of a future built on mutual respect between the United States and Arab and Muslim countries.
US President Barak Obama reportedly raised with Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu on the side lines of the General
But the group was silent on Trump's proposed ban on Muslims.
Waging a relentless verbal war of warnings and threats against Iran since at least 2010, Bibi Netanyahu too has mobilized equal doses of bombast, self-importance and drama. Granted, as the leader of a nuclear Middle Easter power, the Bibi has far more impact than The Donald.
Israel and Palestine are playing political soccer with Palestinian football as the ball. It is a match which Israel is unlikely to win and that could prove to produce a bruising loss.
As I analyze the complaints about the impact of the deal, it appears that the major complaint is the fact that there is a deal at all.
The last two years of the Obama administration have brought into bright view the upsides, difficulties and associated problems
If a deal is announced on June 30, America must remember whose hands we are shaking. These are the hands of a regime that holds an American journalist in deplorable conditions with no due process.
The deadline for completion of the negotiations with Iran is June 30. (Reporting by Julia Edwards; Editing by Bernadette
Another strategy was boosting the political power of Israeli Arabs. "We helped put together funding for a get-out-the-vote
Conservatives believe that Israel's Likud defeated the liberal Zionist Union. But the evidence shows that's not the case. Benjamin Netanyahu was able to pick up 12 more seats, almost entirely at the expense of other conservative parties, with a shift to the right.
On the topic of negotiations over Iran's nuclear program -- Netanyahu gave a controversial address to a joint session of
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he regrets issuing a warning to his supporters ahead of the country's
In addition, Obama said he would be exercising his pardon and clemency powers "more aggressively for people who meet the
The Huffington Post's full interview with President Barack Obama will be published Saturday afternoon. Obama makes his first
Mr. Netanyahu is blinded by the past and by his fears. While it may be understandable, it is not acceptable. Such fears are not reliable bases for sensitive American foreign policy.
Given that the overwhelming majority of American Jews are Democrats and Obama supporters, Netanyahu (with AIPAC's connivance) has successfully launched a wrecking ball at the foundation of Israel's support base in America.
The Obama administration should answer the substance of the Israeli prime minister's concerns if the Jewish State is supposed to live under the ever-expanding shadow of Iran's nuclear umbrella. If the deal is so good, why is Barack Obama moving to block any role for Congress in approving this historic agreement?