Bibi, a modern-day Arafat, provides fodder for anti-Israel left
In Netanyahu, the Boycott Israel movement has an eloquent new spokesman. So does Iran.
On November 13, 1974, the leader of the Palestinian people mounted the rostrum of the world's monument to the potentials of diplomacy. Wearing a handgun holster to that session of the United Nations General Assembly, Yasser Arafat closed his address with what amounted to a ringing threat, one that for decades was to play directly into the hands of Israelis keen to make Palestinians look bad: