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1. Israel’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, is scheduled to speak tonight. He will respond to President’s Obama Cairo speech – and to the administration’s pressure...
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With all this talk about Obama engaging the masses in the Middle East, there’s one crowd he failed to engage effectively — or maybe didn’t...
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Two consecutive polls in Israel converge to constitute a seemingly similar conclusion: Israelis support a two-state solution. But what a difference wording can make. In...
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I don’t know whether this report is accurate but I doubt it is. It reads that “The United States has set October as its target...
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The viability of the Saudi Plan for Middle East piece, also known as the Arab Initiative, will be discussed over the coming weeks. One source...
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The car bomb that miraculously failed to explode in the city of Haifa was in all likelihood delivered by a terror group in the West...
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Jackson Diehl, usually an astute commentator on Israeli affairs, makes a grave mistake in his article about the next Israeli government. For the first time...
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Former Assistant Secretary of State responsible for arms control and nonproliferation, Stephen Rademaker, writes a measured, logical article in which he explains why future concessions...
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Former National Security Council Deputy Elliott Abrams visited Israel last week, and gave an interview to his sister in law, Ruthie Blum of the Jerusalem...
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Here’s some advice for all those following the twists and turns of the Israeli election: 1.    Don’t underestimate the will of the voters. What they...
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If there’s one lesson to be learned from Kadima’s election upset – according to exit polls, it got more mandates than the Likud party –...
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Whatever one’s ideology, it has to be admitted: Netanyahu has a lousy coalition. With Kadima and Labor most probably out, he will be held hostage by: ...
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