Israeli Ambassador: Obama Acting Like a Child

By ISRAEL TODAY— Former Israeli Ambassador to the US Danny Ayalon this week said that President Barack Obama’s hostile response to Israel’s reelection of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was both harmful and childish. Obama’s apparent desire for some kind of “revenge” against Netanyahu and a majority of Israel’s voting public began to manifest itself on…

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Is the US embracing Iran at Israel’s expense?

By SHLOMO CESANA, ISRAEL HAYOM— Israel is “very concerned” about the American government’s eagerness to reach a nuclear agreement with Iran, Israeli officials said on Saturday night. According to the officials, Israel’s assessment is that U.S. President Barack Obama is “rushing to an agreement” with Iran. Israeli officials also believe that elements within the international…

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Netanyahu’s win

By ILAN BERMAN, WORLD AFFAIRS JOURNAL— The Israeli electorate has spoken. After a bitterly acrimonious political campaign, and an election on March 17th that saw the highest voter turnout (72.3 percent) in recent memory, Prime Minister Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu has received a reinvigorated mandate to govern. That outcome was almost completely unexpected. On the morning…

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Ambassador Ayalon corrects Kerry’s Mistake and why Israel is not Connected to ISIL’s Rise

By THE TRUTH ABOUT ISRAEL— The denial released by the State Department’s deputy spokesperson, according to which Secretary Kerry did not connect between Israel and the growth of ISIL was a standard and expected diplomatic move. However, the denial is not enough to fix the immense damage caused by Kerry’s words from this past Thursday.…

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Levin criticizes Jeb’s association with ‘Israel hater’ adviser

By IAN HATCHETT, BREITBART— On Thursday, talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin criticized Jeb Bush for him discussing foreign policy with James Baker and considering adding him as an adviser. “They’re very close to a man named James A. Baker III…Jim Baker, much like Barack Obama, has always had a…

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James Baker advising Jeb Bush, keynoting J Street conference

By JOEL POLLAK, BREITBART— Former Secretary of State James A. Baker III is to deliver the keynote at this weekend’s J Street conference, a gathering of left-wing activists opposed to the Israeli government and to recently re-elected Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Baker, who served under President George H.W. Bush, is also advising Gov. Jeb Bush…

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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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