Pro-Israel group lists shortcomings of P5+1 interim accord but accepts it as fait accompli; U.S. administration tries to allay concerns of Jewish leaders about the deal.
Israel finds itself isolated in the world arena, with only Saudi sheikhs and U.S. lawmakers at its side; perhaps it’s time to consider other diplomatic options besides perpetual petulance.
Galvanized by right-wing onslaught, liberal group to adopt 'strategic changes' in Israel operations because 'social change no longer sufficient.'
At my Jewish school in L.A., the news of Kennedy’s assassination sparked mass hysteria in anticipation of what was sure to follow: a pogrom against the Jews.
Obama to brief Congressional leaders on Wednesday talks in Geneva as Netanyahu maintains criticism of 'exceedingly bad' Iran proposals.
Washington insider: No one has undermined the credibility of Obama’s military threat against Iran more than the many Israelis who repeatedly assert that he would never dare to use it.
Harsh rhetoric between Jerusalem and Washington continues, with the U.S. blasting Israel’s 'unreal' evaluations of Iran accord and Netanyahu warning that the 'bad deal' could lead to war.
For PM and others, Israel is Czechoslovakia, Geneva is Munich, P5+1 are Chamberlain’s heirs and American Jews should now atone for Holocaust silence.
The ferocity of Israel’s onslaught against the emerging pact with Iran threatens to return Netanyahu and Obama to their bad old days of yesteryear.
Netanyahu’s harsh rejection of Geneva accord signals looming battle that could strain relations, split the Jewish community, raise prospects of a unilateral Israeli attack – and put Avigdor Lieberman in the spotlight.