In uncommon speech, ADL chairman cites doubt whether U.S. can be counted on. 'America seems desperate to avoid confrontation with Iran,' he says.
After meeting with Susan Rice and other officials, select Jewish group expresses support for 'effective and transparent diplomatic solution' to standoff with Tehran.
Jerusalem and Riyadh suddenly have a lot in common - but the desert kingdom is still a fountain of fanatic oppression and anti-Jewish bile.
A second-term Barkat won’t erase its internal divide but Israeli ministers still wish to replace the Three No's of Khartoum with one Big Fat No of 'United' Jerusalem.
In rare appearance at Conference of Presidents gala, former president warns against 'lurch toward isolationism' while UN’s Ban Ki-moon announces Auschwitz visit.
The Israeli PM was back in his element, working the New York media, but his message of gloom and doom marred his vindication as the man who warned the West.
Despite the PM’s convincing indictment of Tehran’s nuclear program, the UN seemed like 'The Last Picture Show', the media was occupied elsewhere and Rohani remains the 'it' foreign leader.
I would like to trust Rohani, but I can't, prime minister tells UN; CNN reports speech aired on Iranian English-language TV.
Despite the media’s uncritical embrace, Iranian leaders Rohani and Zarif are spouting the same vile anti-Semitic bile as their uncouth predecessors.
PM’s counterthrust against Rohani’s charm offensive complicated by the looming shutdown showdown and the Republicans’ internal convulsions.