In interview with Haaretz, the controversial Texas Republican lambasts the president’s 'appeasement' of Iran and Vladimir Putin, tears his Israel policies to shreds and even has an unkind word for AIPAC.
The Ukrainian crisis moved Netanyahu to tone down his criticism of the U.S. administration’s nuclear negotiations with Iran, so he concentrated his fire on the boycott movement instead.
Despite harsh Bloomberg interview, Obama can’t afford to set Netanyahu on a warpath now, because 'life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans,' as John Lennon noted.
The U.S. president’s mind and the media focus will be on the unfolding events in Crimea; painting Hassan Rohani as the ultimate bad guy may be a tough sell with Vladimir Putin in the spotlight.
Those who advocate keeping boycott supporters out of the Jewish tent assume that the Jewish community will know when and where to stop.
PM and delegates of pro-Israel lobby see completely eye to eye on most issues: they would probably have him as their leader while he would gladly exchange them for his hostile Likud Central Committee.
As Game of Thrones’ Tyrion Lannister says: 'When you tear out a man's tongue, you aren’t proving him a liar, you're telling the world you fear what he might say.'
Lessons he learned from his father’s years in New York during the Holocaust may have inspired the prime minister’s Munich-1938 Iran analogies and his anti-boycott battle cries.
Rage from Jerusalem fueled the Jewish establishment’s hasty and unequivocal support for a Senate bill that was as dangerous as it was disingenuous.
Is the secretary of state obsessed with the Middle East? Is it his desire to enter the history books or possibly his tangled Jewish roots? Or does he like to live dangerously and take foolhardy risks?