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Several different proposals authored by the Israeli company, Psy-Group, have been discovered. One was to use fake accounts to sway thousands of delegates.
Hillary wears blue at star-studded Jewish nuptials in New York.
In an e-mail exchange, John Podesta was asked how to rebuff claims that Clinton "will be the president 'most unfriendly to Israel in our history– worse than Obama."
The e-mails, which the Clinton campaign has not confirmed as authentic, featured an exchange between one of Clinton's top foreign policy advisers.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Sixty-three percent of Israeli Arab respondents to Peace Index poll said the country's situation was either "very" or "moderately" good.
By ARIEL WHITMAN
Clinton said that Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's positions on Israel vary from day to day, and for that reason Israelis should be extremely wary of him.
By HERB KEINON
“I’ve talked to the members of the Israeli government at the highest levels. I know who they want elected here. It’s not Hillary Clinton. It’s not Obama 3,” former NYC Mayor tells Washington Post.
He skipped Netanyahu’s March 2015 speech to Congress against the emerging deal, saying the PM had not acted in good faith in coordinating the speech with Republicans.
Regarding Clinton, 50% of the public trust her when she said in a letter to the Jewish community before Passover that as president she would block international efforts to attack or isolate Israel.
"For me, fighting for Israel isn’t just about policy — it’s a personal commitment to the friendship between our peoples and our vision for peace and security."
By DANIEL J. ROTH
Israelis need to take a wider perspective on which of the candidates is good for Israel.
By ALAN ELSNER
Earlier in the week, Clinton reportedly said that the deal was "worthy of support."
On election day men and women brought their daughters and sons to polling places in anticipation of history.
By DEBRA A. KLEIN
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