Netanyahu threatens to change up coalition over security critique
Insight: A political guide to ‘after the holidays’
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Deri poised to step down as MK Avraham Michaeli to take his place
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Natcho confirmed out for crucial clashes
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Police arrest six in east Jerusalem rioting
‘PA instability adding to unrest’
The spirit of the intifada, with restraint on both sides
Netanyahu: Answer to Palestinian violence doesn't include new settlement construction
Pro-Palestinian demonstrators clash with police in Jaffa; 2 officers hurt
Bennett: The streets of Jerusalem should be peaceful like streets of Tel Aviv
Hebrew education – in Harlem
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Germans give Hitler actor a warm welcome
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Sources: US enforcement of Iran arms embargo slipped during nuclear talks
US measure for Iran victims to get paid before sanctions waived inspired by Shurat Hadin
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Iranians launch ‘Sorry Syria’ campaign to apologize for Iranian jingoism
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WATCH: Russian warplanes bomb ISIS targets in Syria
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Burgeoning alternative fuel firms in Israel grow fivefold in less than three years
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Facebook pegs Israeli satellite to provide African Internet
Israel to host first international 'Under 30' Forbes Summit
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El Al wins first place prize for startup program
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10.07.2015 | 24 Tishri, 5776
It seems now, that the only thing worse than too much attention, is no attention at all.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Senior Palestinian official says Obama cannot hope to bring stability to the Middle East without addressing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,MICHAEL WILNER,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
“As human beings we’re not required to be perfect, but we are required to atone where we’ve fallen short, and to do whatever we can to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past,” the president said.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
"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.
US president and Russian counterpart set to hold a bilateral meeting on Monday afternoon during three-day session of the UN General Assembly.
"Am I morally obligated to defend the president every time somebody says something bad or controversial about him? I don't think so!" Trump said on Twitter.
As the Senate moved to end debate on its disapproval resolution and move to a full, up-or-down vote— a move that will require 60 senators.
Survey was conducted by left-leaning Public Policy Polling.
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
“These two leaders do not trust each other and are not strong enough or brave enough to actually move forward.”
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Prime minister tells US television that the two governments must now work to contain Iranian aggression in the region.
According to reports, Boehner is sick of navigating two irreconcilable forces: the Obama White House and conservatives in his caucus.
Netanyahu will receive the American Enterprise Institute’s 2015 Irving Kristol Award on the evening of November 9.
PM recommends to his critics who have slammed him for harming Israel-US ties to show a little “humility.”
UN General Assembly passes resolution to fly Palestinian flag.
Obama often notes he has spoken with Netanyahu more than with any other foreign leader.
By MICHAEL WILNER,JPOST.COM STAFF
Netanyahu until now has rebuffed such overtures because of his disagreement with the US leader over the Iran nuclear deal.
"We are opposed to a militarized nuclear program in Iran," Netanyahu said during a trip to Florence.
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.
Opposition leader says Israel should not intervene in American politics.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The deeply divided Jewish community must rise above the polarizing tactics employed by both sides.
By ROBERT HORENSTEIN
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
US president says Russia is failing to distinguish between ISIS and moderate insurgents in Syria.
Assad’s ambassador to Russia acknowledged that all rebel groups would be fair game in the Russian air campaign.
A senior Iranian official said the handshake on Monday at the United Nations headquarters "was not preplanned."
In his first address to the UN General Assembly hall in a decade, Putin chides Western powers for their efforts to undermine Assad.
"To move forward in this new era, we have to be able to acknowledge when what you're doing is not working," US president tells UN General Assembly.
Many commentators worry that meeting Putin makes Obama look weak or needy.
By JOSH COHEN,REUTERS
Russian president says Syria's Assad deserves international support as he is fighting terrorist organizations.
Lebanese Shi'ite group welcomed Russia's military buildup in Syria in support of their mutual ally, President Bashar Assad.
By vote of 56-42, Republican-majority Senate falls short of 60 votes needed in the 100-member chamber to advance the legislation.
Columnist praises Netanyahu for leading charge to sanction Iran, but criticizes him for his "reckless spat with Obama."
The vote, with 162 members voting for the agreement and 269 voting against, was the only vote thus far successfully cast directly on the merits of the accord.
New data courtesy of the monthly Peace Index poll of the Israel Democracy Institute and Tel Aviv University.
By GIL HOFFMAN
"This is a close call, but after a lengthy review, I will vote to disapprove the deal," Cardin said in an opinion column to be published in 'The Washington Post'.
Friday visit is the king's first to the United States since ascending to the throne in January.
In total, 37 senators now support Iran nuclear deal.
Obama to host Saudi King Salman on hiss first US visit since ascending to the throne in January.
Key Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says the numbers will break for the president, but personally remains undecided.
US president defends Iran deal and rejects claims he's anti-Semitic in interview with Forward.
In Washington Post op-ed, former VP and daughter call on congress to reject Iran nuclear deal and reimpose sanctions.
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.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,REUTERS
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
The open clash between US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin over what to do in Syria has already eclipsed all other issues at the UN.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Yom Kippur puts Israel in an idyllic place where people stop strangers just to shake their hand.
By DAVID BRINN
Benjamin Netanyahu cannot be sure how much longer he will remain at the helm, but he knows that he is at his best when faced with adversity.
By DAVID ZE’EV JABLINOWITZ
On Tuesday, Washington Post columnist David Ignatius hailed Obama’s “enormous victory” on the Iran nuclear deal. To be sure, Obama’s victory was not against Iran. It was against Netanyahu.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
It is becoming increasingly difficult to accept that the Obama administration conducted negotiations with Iran in good faith.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
Merely possessing such destructive power goes a long way.
By GIL TROY
The disagreements about Iran’s nuclear program jeopardize the relations between Israel and its American patron. In this sense Iran has already profited from the nuclear agreement.
By EHUD EILAM
Despite the strong sense of common values and shared destiny binding the vast majority of the American people to Israel, the White House has turned its back on Israel.
By ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS
We regarded the filibuster as the enemy of democracy and the weapon of choice against civil rights.
By ALAN DERSHOWITZ
I have known Benjamin Netanyahu for more than 40 years, having first met him when he was a student in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Abbas serially refuses to restart the stalled talks yet succeeds in blaming Israel for stymieing the parleys in which he won’t participate.
By SARAH HONIG
Today, with decades of experience working with animals behind me, I can state unequivocally: Billy goats don’t give milk and roosters don’t lay eggs.
By GILAD SHARON
Even if understandable because of political realities, it remains disappointing that the majority of Democratic legislators conceded to pressure from their president.
By ISI LEIBLER
Though many of the customs surrounding the two days convey an attitude of confidence, even joy, in the judgment – e.g., haircuts in advance, festive meals – still, fear of the judgment is paramount.
By ALBERT R. HUNT,JONATHAN ROSENBLUM
President Obama has sold a false premise to the American public, military personnel and our elected officials in Congress.
"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."
"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.
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