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Iraqi PM says Kurdish referendum 'a thing of the past,' calls for dialogue (Reuters)
Up to 11 killed in clashes between Iraqi and Kurdish forces, U.S. military says (Reuters)
Israel: Will not negotiate with Palestinian government that includes Hamas as key partner (Haaretz)
U.S. army spokesman says 90 percent of Syria's Raqqa retaken from ISIS (Reuters)
Four killed after coal mine collapse in southeastern Turkey (Reuters)
Around 3,250 killed during four-month battle for Syria's Raqqa, human rights group says (dpa)
Maltese journalist's son says she was murdered for exposing corruption (Reuters)
11 human rights activists to go on trial in Turkey on October 25 (AP)
ISIS completely cleared from Syria's Raqqa, monitor says (Reuters)
U.S.-backed Syrian militias raise flag in Raqqa stadium, last major ISIS stronghold (Reuters)
Jews-only work listing website fined for 'racial and religious discrimination' in Israel (Haaretz)
U.S.-backed militia to capture last Raqqa areas in hours, spokesperson says (Reuters)
Netanyahu, Lieberman meet with Russian defense minister (Haaretz)
U.S.-backed militias say they take major Raqqa position from ISIS (Reuters)
Thousands more Rohingya Muslims cross Myanmar border into Bangladesh (AP)
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West of Eden
West of Eden
by Chemi Shalev
There's a method to Netanyahu's Hitler-Mufti madness
But bizarre Holocaust revisionism casts new doubt on past moves, including controversial Congress speech and odd silence at UN.
Oct 23, 2015
Top analyses and opinion about Netanyahu's controversial claims about Hitler and the Mufti
Netanyahu's revision of the Holocaust for political gain is inexcusable
The 'Mufti speech' reveals Netanyahu's twisted view of Zionism
With AIPAC fete as backdrop, the Obama-Netanyahu faceoff begins
The pro-Israel lobby tried to pretend that bipartisan business is as usual, until Dianne Feinstein dispelled the Kumbaya atmosphere.
Mar 1, 2015
The real drama isn’t Netanyahu in Congress, it’s Susan Rice, 'the gladiator' in AIPAC’s lion den
Zealous supporters of Netanyahu are stoking the right’s resentment of the National Security Adviser who called the prime minister’s visit 'destructive.'
Feb 28, 2015
The speech by Netanyahu, the hazing of Obama and the anguish of Jewish Democrats
Republicans love Netanyahu because he is tough, conservative and suspicious of Muslims - but mainly because he is so good at sticking it to the President.
Feb 27, 2015
Harsh rhetoric sets stage for High Noon drama in Netanyahu’s Congress speech
The prime minister’s onslaught could convince Tehran to take the nuclear deal and to widen current U.S.-Israel rift to a historic rupture.
Feb 25, 2015
Giuliani slights Obama but yearns for a love like Netanyahu’s
The former N.Y. mayor's comments would pass unnoticed in Israel, where the right routinely casts doubt on the left's patriotism.
Feb 24, 2015
Netanyahu’s manic panic is proof the election race is far from over
Bibi seems the safest bet, but Herzog could still be the winner and even Lapid should not be discounted if a big surprise emerges, as it usually does.
Feb 17, 2015
Netanyahu's Cossack-inspired election slogan: 'Smite the leftists and save Israel!'
Anti-Zionist saboteurs are a closed clique of detached elitists who conspire with foreign enemies to stick knives in the army’s back - sound familiar?
Feb 11, 2015
Scorched earth created by Netanyahu's Congress speech is spreading
And now the prime minister's loyalists plan to pour even more high-octane fuel on the burning fires of U.S.-Israeli relations.
Feb 8, 2015
Feinstein tells Haaretz: PM speech 'inappropriate,' Iran sanctions 'dangerous'
The growing backlash against Netanyahu's planned speech in Congress is diluting Democratic support for the Kirk-Menendez sanctions bill.
Jan 25, 2015
Netanyahu snubs Obama, shocks the Jews and gambles on Iran and the elections
By accepting Boehner’s invitation to address Congress, the PM played party-pooper to the President’s State of the Union after-party.
Jan 23, 2015
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