National-religious rabbis issue letter of support for administrative detainees
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Left-wing NGOs declare war on Economic Arrangements Bill
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A beautiful dance
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‘We’ will connect
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Israelis fall short of finals at Beijing
Israel needs significant improvement before EuroBasket
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IBA workers get temporary reprieve
Erdan, AG to ask for 45 day extension to vetting process for controversial police chief nominee
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Senior Palestinian official calls for unification of Islamic Jihad, Hamas into PLO
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Christian pastor Saeed Abedini is one of three Americans known to be currently detained in Iran.
"We're all pro-Israel," the president told a webcast with the American Jewish community. "We're all family."
By MICHAEL WILNER
Before negotiations began two years ago, Iran was operating several thousand centrifuges designed based on 1970s technology.
Both Obama and Netanyahu say Iran must not have an atom bomb and a nuclear arms race in the region must be prevented.
By HERB KEINON
Security cooperation likely to top agenda; police block Nairobi roads as part of security lock down.
Suspect in attack blogged earlier this week that "life is short and bitter" and that Muslims should "submit to Allah."
By REUTERS,JPOST.COM STAFF
The other four killed were Marines at a Naval Reserve Center, a military official said in Washington, DC.
"We are opposed to a militarized nuclear program in Iran," Netanyahu said during a trip to Florence.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Laid out in a letter dated August 19 to US Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), the president promised to increase American military aid for Israel.
If the American left remains ascendant, then Israel will have to prepare itself for changes no less portentous than an Iranian bomb.
By AMIEL UNGAR
Barack Obama pledges his commitment to Israel while US ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro calls on PM to talk with US about the day after the Iran deal.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Opposition leader says Israel should not intervene in American politics.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Peres said that Obama told him there would be no political interference with the parole process if and when a release date was decided upon for Pollard.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
To the question of whether this deal makes it less likely that Iran will get a nuclear weapon, the talking points say the opposite is true.
Capital Hill insiders say their is not enough support amongst congressional lawmakers in either the House or the Senate that could effectively kill the agreement in Congress or override Obama's veto.
Since the deal was announced eight days ago, Netanyahu has spoken out against it every single day – often more than once a day.
Will Israel be more or less likely to get what it needs in terms of security guarantees from the US following a bruising battle with Obama in Congress?
The Obama-Netanyahu War over Iran is leaving some US Jews feeling battered into choosing between their president and Israel’s premier.
By ELLIOT JAGER
White House spokesman Peter Schultz said the president was referring to other proposed Republican legislation, not the campaign against the Iran deal.
Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) announced on Friday that he would vote in Congress in favor of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
The intense pressure appears to have made the outcome of next month's votes on the deal closer than expected as some Democrats are persuaded to break ranks with Obama.
Procedure is stacked in president’s favor, says senate majority leader. 24 Democrats have declared support so far.
President Obama stands at the center of an historic debate within the Jewish American community.
After meeting with Netanyahu, visiting US congressman shoots down Obama's statement that Netanyahu has interjected himself into Washington politics more forcibly than any other foreign leader.
Joseph Lieberman will be the new chairman of the United Against Nuclear Iran organization.
By SAM SOKOL
Kerry also stated that the US walking away from the deal would remove any legitimacy for a potential military strike against Iran should it pursue nuclear weapons.
The US president reiterates the strong ties with the US before saying that Netanyahu is wrong in his stance on Iran.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,LAHAV HARKOV,MICHAEL WILNER
Nonetheless, the president told 'The New Yorker' that the Iranian government's behavior was not as extreme as its rhetoric suggests.
Obama sought to Isolate Israel as lone voice against Iran deal, but Arabs quietly agree
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Former President John F. Kennedy delivered a major address at same venue in 1963 proposing diplomacy and joint denuclearization with the Soviet Union.
The meeting Tuesday evening at the White House between Obama and an array of Jewish leaders lasted more than two hours.
By HERB KEINON,MICHAEL WILNER
Leaders from an array of Jewish groups will visit the White House on Tuesday afternoon, according to representatives for some of the groups.
No senior Democrat in the chamber has come out formally against the agreement and several central figures, including Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, were strongly in favor.
US president says such outrageous rhetoric has become commonplace among Republican politicians.
Jewish funnyman quips that "we’re more protected from a bad tuna fish than a nuclear bomb."
Iran's Supreme Leader and a number of hardliners have maintained a harsh tone against the US despite the signing of the nuclear deal with world powers.
Sitting down with the BBC's North American editor Jon Sopel, the president touched upon a whole array of topics, devoting a considerable portion to Iran.
Thousands of foreigners have crossed through Turkey, a NATO member, to join Islamic State over the past few years.
Obama and Stewart sat down for a lengthy conversation, beginning with Iran, for their last on-air exchange before Stewart's expected retirement in August.
By DANIEL J. ROTH
US president says that nuclear deal does not mean that Washington will turn a blind eye to Iran's support for terrorism and proxies that destabilize the Middle East.
Joins fray of major American Jewish organizations actively involved in the debate on Capitol Hill.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHAEL WILNER
"There's a reason this deal took so long to negotiate," the president said from the Oval Office. "Because we refused to accept a bad deal."
US vice president meets with Democratic members of the US House of Representatives, many of whom have expressed skepticism about the nuclear deal announced on Tuesday.
There is an enormous difference between a deal that merely delays Iran’s development of a nuclear arsenal for a period of years and a deal that prevents Iran from ever developing a nuclear arsenal.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
The deal came to pass despite Israel's "best efforts" to prevent it, Iranian president says, criticizing the Jewish state's leadership of "propaganda."
Speaking at the White House hours after the deal was culminated, the US president vows to continue to strengthen Israel's security.
"Despite these arguments and the conciliatory tone of Obama’s remarks toward Israel, we are still left with more questions and doubts than answers and certainty."
By JPOST EDITORIAL
"This, incidentally, is what happened after World War I, when Congress refused to approve US participation in the League of Nations."
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
To the president, this deal is not so much about nuclear weapons. It’s about the president’s outreach to the Muslim people as articulated in both his Cairo speech of 2009 and in other statements.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
President Barack Obama was true to his word in pursuing diplomacy and engagement tirelessly.
By NORMAN J. KURZ
Thanks to President Obama, not a single night goes by when I am not worried sick about the survival of my daughter and the Jewish state.
By ALAN KAUFMAN
In its single-minded pursuit of a nuclear agreement with Iran, the Obama administration has adopted a Syria-policy rich in rhetoric and empty of real action.
Obama's words easily lend themselves to damaging misinterpretation and perverse anti-Jewish archetypes.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
President Obama, members of his administration, and various supporters of the deal have impugned the integrity of their opponents, sometimes using language that some see as code words.
“Let’s not mince words. The choice we face is ultimately between diplomacy or some form of war. Maybe not tomorrow, maybe not three months from now, but soon.”
By AVIGDOR HASELKORN
Does the president have an obligation to be careful about what he says out of fear it will be distorted to reinforce that Jewish money and influence are pushing US foreign policy in the Middle East?
With regard to “Police question Lehava head following pressure from Vatican.”
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The spectacular battle of speeches between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama is unprecedented among “allies.”
By BEN CASPIT
If the communal leadership and its members fail to fight, American Jews will find themselves communally disenfranchised.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
He ran on “hope and change” as a liberal Democrat and the anti-war candidate.
By MIKE EVANS
Were it not for the fact that the whole reason to oppose the nuclear deal is the damage it likely (indeed, almost certainly) will do to Israel’s security, there would be no opposition.
"For all their talk about Middle East peace, Obama and his advisors are not at all interested in achieving it."
"Even Obama surely would agree that to be remembered for sentiments reminiscent of the worst of Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew and James Baker is not the kind of legacy he wants."
By RAFAEL MEDOFF
As far as Khamenei is concerned, then, Israel’s whole status is unraveling, just as he predicted.
By RUTHIE BLUM
US President Barack Obama said that Israel is the only country in the world opposed to the agreement with Iran.
With no prosecutions despite multiple allegations, Israel’s burgeoning export sector faces serious risk.
By ALEX BENEDYK
George Washington, who preceded him as president, was neither a gifted public orator nor possessed of electrifying charisma.
By RABBI SHMULEY BOTEACH
Today Iran is harming America directly in multiple ways.
The President would be well advised to stop attacking his critics and to start answering their hard questions with specific and credible answers.
The tragedy in Duma is horrible.
Obama’s first hope was to reach a deal with his Iranian friends that would leave the Assad regime in place. But the Iranians blew him off.
An updated list of the fictions peddled by the Obama administration in support of its pact with Iran.
By DAVID M. WEINBERG
President Barack Obama has a penchant for ambiguous language.
The Obama years arrived amid great euphoria, which soon gave way to perplexity and, in due course, to widespread alarm.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
The destructions of both Temples were hardly miraculous. Just the opposite: they followed normal rules of history.
By JONATHAN ROSENBLUM
As with most things, we see what we want in the Iran deal. What we need to do, though, is move on.
By LAWRENCE RIFKIN
The Obama White House has paved the way to a nuclear bomb for Iran, whether in 10 years or less, increasing exponentially the existential threat against us.
Let’s see how the agreement with Iran protects us.
Despite her auto-pilot inclinations, Hillary has to summon the fortitude to tell Obama that she won’t hop or stop or come if he says so – that she won’t be his hunk of clay.
By SARAH HONIG
Obama is the first US president who genuinely conceives of Islam as not inherently opposed to American values or interests.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
The problem is that Prime Minister Netanyahu doesn’t understand the nature of the changes in the world order any more than President Obama understands the ways of the Middle East.
By LIAT COLLINS
It is time to protect this country’s gas treasures – both from ruthless Iranian terrorists, and from rancorous Israeli bureaucrats and politicians.
On Tuesday, we moved into a new nuclear age.
The world, and particularly Israel, must be extremely vigilant and ensure that Iran complies with the agreement that it signed.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Before President Obama’s historic errors come to their disastrous conclusion, it might be worthwhile to look back along the path that led us here.
By SETH PERELMAN
The entire nuclear deal with Iran, which may be signed before this column is published, is predicated on the idea that Iran’s words don’t matter.