Sources say Netanyahu wants meeting to primarily focus on Iran, then on Islamic State, and only discuss the Palestinian issue at the end.
Gideon Levy's approach is typical of those who see themselves as deep-rooted universal left, a left that lives among itself and doesn’t make any attempt to understand the average Israeli.
In his superb new novel, David Bezmogis tackles Israel, with a flawed hero who’s something of a cross between Natan Sharansky and Avigdor Lieberman.
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