In light of Israel’s evidence that Iran lied about its weapons program, the question should not be whether there is any proof that Iran is in breach of the nuclear deal, but whether there is any proof that it is complying with it.
Former US President Jimmy Carter wrote an op-ed in the New York Times, in which he calls on President Obama to turn his back on Israel and recognize ‘Palestine’ at the UN before his term ends in January.
Israelis and major Jewish organizations are united in their opposition to what is rumored to be President Barack Obama’s ‘December surprise’ to undercut Israel and bolster the campaign for a Palestinian state.
President Obama’s order to fly flags at half-staff covers all federal buildings and grounds throughout the United States and its territories, as well as US embassies, military bases and other facilities abroad.
After nearly eight years of President Obama, it feels as though we have returned to September 10, 2001. Obama refuses to talk about radical Islam or acknowledge the war being waged against us. While he lives in a parallel universe, the evidence that his policies have failed continues to mount.
While the Obama White House has expressed skepticism over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call for direct negotiations with the Palestinians, the same US officials remained silent after the Palestinians rejected Israel’s offer to meet.
The White House is working to contain damage caused by Ben Rhodes, one of President Barack Obama’s closest aides, who, in a candid magazine story, admitted to duping the public in order to sell the Iran nuclear deal.
As Islamic terrorist attacks strike various locations around the world, leaders fear that Muslim terrorists will escalate their attacks, striking with the ultimate weapon – a nuclear bomb – in the heart of a Western civilian target.
That the Times took this opportunity to publish a column blaming Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the lack of peace with the Palestinians cannot be disconnected from Jeffrey Goldberg’s recent interview with President Obama.
President Obama honored four Righteous Gentiles who protected Jews from the Nazis during WWII during a speech commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day at the Israeli Embassy in Washington.
US President Barack Obama will address an event at the Israeli embassy marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day and join those present in remembering the victims of the Holocaust and honoring those who worked to save them.
It may not be easy to find the Goldilocks solution where we don’t do too much as in Iraq or too little as in Syria, but until we have a serious debate about Iraq (and…Syria) and consider what needs to be learned from these conflicts, we will thrash around using false analogies and making bad judgments.
A PBS documentary on Netanyahu features a testimony by former US Ambassador Martin Indyk about the period surrounding Yitzhak Rabin’s funeral. While video evidence proves Indyk falsified at least part of his story, he appears to vindicate Netanyahu of being responsible for Rabin’s murder.
The Obama administration is letting Iran get away with provoking the United States and its allies with impunity following July’s nuclear deal between the country and world powers, according to a Washington Post editorial on Sunday.
Hollande met with Obama in Washington to discuss the war against ISIS in wake of the Islamic terror attacks in Paris. The French president is seeking a united front with Russia as well, but it doesn't seem likely.