George H. W. Bush

The constructive hypocrisy when eulogizing Bush was OK

To hear so many Democrats praising George H.W. Bush, was as convincing as hearing Met fans praise the Yankees – or Jerusalemites praise Tel Aviv.

George Bush: pilot, patriot, president and friend

I read how George, like his wife, Barbara, was a “people person” and a family man who cherished the democratic values that are so important here in Israel.

Bush and Shamir: The last Cold Warriors

Now, as a perplexed America mourns its 41st president, six years after Israel buried its sixth prime minister, this odd couple appears to have actually had in common much more than they realized.

A giant menorah stands in front of a Christmas tree at the Brandenburg gate to celebrate Hanukkah in
A Hanukkah memory of ‘Bush 41’

Over these past days, tributes to “Bush 41” have been shared by people from all over the world who were impacted not just by his leadership, but by his gentle and dignified persona.

George H.W. Bush
Washington Watch: Remembering George H.W. Bush

Kemp, a pro-Israel shtarker in Congress, made sure the pro-Israel lobby got what it wanted.

Day of mourning for Bush delays White House Hanukkah parties

The two Hanukkah receptions, which had been scheduled for December 5, will now take place on December 6.

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Got a minute? Here's the week in review.

How Bush’s Mideast plans got overturned by a multi-polar world

He came into office in January 1989, just three months before the Tiananmen Square protests began in China.

Bush’s Israel legacy: A mixed bag of positive steps but little warmth

“George H.W. Bush’s instincts when it came to Israel were very different from those of his predecessor,” he wrote. “Unlike Ronald Reagan, he did not have an emotional attachment to Israel."

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