After Netanyahu win, Obama takes off the gloves

By REBECCA SHIMONI STOIL, TIMES OF ISRAEL— The Obama administration woke up Wednesday morning to a sobering new reality on the ground in Jerusalem – instead of a weakened or rejected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Washington will now face the return of “King Bibi.” The White House has to come to terms with a Netanyahu…

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No peace any time soon, but not because of Bibi

By CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER, NATIONAL REVIEW— Of all the idiocies uttered in reaction to Benjamin Netanyahu’s stunning election victory, none is more ubiquitous than the idea that peace prospects are now dead because Netanyahu has declared that there will be no Palestinian state while he is Israel’s prime minister. I have news for the lowing herds:…

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Watch: Senator Rubio Rips Obama’s ‘Historic Mistake’ on Israel

By ARI YASHER, ARUTZ7— Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) on Thursday night delivered a powerful speech against US President Barack Obama’s increasing hostility towards Israel after Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s elections victory, as the White House threatened to pull support for Israel at the UN. Rubio began by noting “Israel is everything we want that region…

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PM: I won’t agree to rotation government with Herzog

By MATI TUCHFELD, ISRAEL HAYOM— “Unless we close the gap in the coming days, there is a concrete danger that Livni and Herzog will be prime ministers here, with the help of the Arabs,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Channel 2 on Thursday, referring to his chief rivals’ — the Zionist Union leaders — growing…

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Netanyahu Says No Palestinian State if He Is Re-elected

By JODI RUDOREN, NYTIMES— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel said Monday that as long as he is the leader, a Palestinian state would not be established, reversing his support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Mr. Netanyahu made the assertion on the eve of an election in which he is trailing in…

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Blueprint for Islamic caliphate by 2020

By WND– Back in 2005, Jordanian journalist Fouad Hussein published al-Qaida’s manifesto. In his book, he outlined al-Qaida’s seven-point plan over a 20-year period: “An Islamic Caliphate in Seven Easy Steps.” Ten years later, we can see how al-Qaida and other Islamic jihad groups have followed this plan to the letter – with remarkable success,…

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Netanyahu: Security cannot be founded on delusions

By MATI TUCHFELD, ISRAEL HAYOM— Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is signaling to right-wing voters that there is a real danger that he and his Likud Party could lose the leadership of Israel to Zionist Union leaders Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni in the national election next week. In a conversation with Israel Hayom, Netanyahu said…

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Why politicians pretend Islam has no role in violence

By DANIEL PIPES— Prominent non-Muslim political figures have embarrassed themselves by denying the self-evident connection of Islam to the Islamic State (ISIS) and to Islamist violence in Paris and Copenhagen, even claiming these are contrary to Islam. What do they hope to achieve through these falsehoods and what is their significance? First, a sampling of…

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The eyes of the World are on Jerusalem

By ARUTZ SHEVA— Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu visited the Border Police headquarters in Jerusalem Wednesday, and met with the Border Police officers who were wounded in last Friday’s terrorist attack and the officers and security guards were involved in neutralizing the terrorist. Israel Police Commissioner Insp.-Gen. Yohanan Danino, Jerusalem District Police Commander Moshe Edri, Jerusalem…

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Video: Christian Wears Cross on Streets of Israel

By ISRAEL TODAY— Israeli journalists and other Jewish activists made headlines last month after they walked the streets of Paris, London and other European cities while wearing a kippah (Jewish head covering). Click Here to Watch Video In every instance, the Jewish man was insulted, harassed and even threatened numerous times. A young Arabic-speaking Israeli…

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What the White House might not see about Iran

By DENIS MACEOIN, GATESTONE— When Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke from the podium of the U.S. Congress to warn of the dangers of a nuclear-armed Iran, the clock was already ticking towards March 31. That is the deadline for a final agreement between the P5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany)…

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‘There will be no concessions, no withdrawals; it is simply irrelevant’

By MATI TUCHFELD, ISRAEL HAYOM— “There will be no concessions and no withdrawals. It is simply irrelevant,” the Likud party said in a statement on Sunday regarding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s outlook on the peace process with the Palestinians. The Likud statement came after Likud MK Tzipi Hotovely told a brochure distributed at religious Zionist…

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