Why wasn't Obama photographed with Netanyahu?

By Natasha Mozgavaya, Haaretz Correspondent   The White House has waved off suggestions that President Barak Obama was “embarrassed” to be photographed with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, amid questions over the minimal media coverage of their meeting in Washington this week. “We were very comfortable with the coverage for last night’s meeting,” said White House…

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Netanyahu and Obama disagree on key issues

by Debkafile US president Barack Obama kept on turning the screw on Israeli minister Binyamin Netanyahu Wednesday, March 24, after their harsh conversation in the White House Tuesday: Netanyahu was told bluntly to issue a White House-dictated public pledge before leaving Washington for home to eschew further construction in East Jerusalem, or else face a…

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Obama and Netanyahu: Pointless Poison

by Jackson Diehl, Washington Post So it’s now been two weeks since President Obama chose to seize on a poorly-timed Israeli announcement about new Jewish housing in Jerusalem to launch another public confrontation with the government of Binyamin Netanyahu. The results, so far, are these: Obama’s demand, through Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, that Israel…

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Should Christians celebrate Passover?

By Shofarhorn.com— The answer may seem quite obvious to some of you, but in reality this question has become quite a controversy in the Christian community over the past several years.  As Christians have learned more about the history of each holiday, an increasing number of Christians have been choosing to celebrate Passover rather than…

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Is the US Eroding Israel's Qualitative Edge?

by Avi Yellin, Arutz Sheva The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) revealed in a January report recently revised that the government of Israel has been concealing a change in arms policy by the United States against the Jewish state. The Institute further stated that the Likud-led government of Binyamin Netanyahu has also refrained…

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White House war on Israel

By Edward Alexander, Frontpagemag.com The decision of the Obama White House to pick a public fight with Israel over its interior ministry’s fairly routine announcement of progress towards approval of the construction (some years from now) of apartments in northeast Jerusalem has by now been subjected to sharp and justified criticism for its disproportionality; its…

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Diplomacy and Hypocrisy

By Ophir Falk, YnetNews.com Diplomacy is the art of conducting international relations with tact and skill in an effort to form alliances and agreements, whereas hypocrisy is the practice of professing false virtues. By making a mountain out of a molehill incident, concerning Jewish home building in Jerusalem, the Obama administration is applying double standard…

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