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Michael Oren Provides Insight into Ramifications of the Six Day War

Hi friends!  Earlier today I participated in a conference call with Michael Oren (Deputy Minister of Diplomacy in the Prime Minister’s Office and former Israeli Ambassador to the US).   245 more words

Current Events

On the 50th Anniversary of the Six Day War

Today is the 50th anniversary of the start of the Six Day War. In this article, historian Michael Oren, author of the excellent ‘Six Days of War,’ explains what that war meant to both Israel and the broader Middle East. 240 more words

Current Events

Obama treated Israel ‘as part of the problem,’ says ex-envoy Oren. With Trump, ‘it’s love, love, love’

http://www.timesofisrael.com/pushing-feelings-not-facts-michael-oren-talks-trump-and-the-ultimate-deal/

As a noted historian, former Israeli ambassador to the United States and current Knesset member, Michael Oren has been grappling with the question of how Israel should be presented to the world for years. 1,601 more words

Daily News

Schanzer see shades of '67 Six Day War: "Russia’s allies are again provoking the Israelis, who may ultimately see little choice but to strike first"

NEWSWEEK
Russia Risks a Showdown with Israel over Hezbollah in Syria
by Jonathan Schanzer
April 29, 2017

…The Israelis have warned repeatedly that the next war with Hezbollah could be one in which Israel will seek nothing less than total defeat and ousting of Hezbollah from Lebanon. 76 more words

Israel & Middle East

Israel Ignores Putin’s Warning

By Darius Shahtahmasebi of TheAntiMedia.org

According to Syria’s ambassador to the United Nations, Russia has reportedly sent a clear warning to the Israeli government that they will no longer have freedom to act in Syrian skies. 528 more words

Silent Empire

Ya think? "The UN Human Rights Council has an inherent anti-Israel bias, writes Michael Oren, former Israeli ambassador to the United States"

NEWSWEEK
Why the U.S. Should Withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council
by Michael Oren
March 10, 2017

Would the U.S. remain a member of an organization that condemned it for human rights abuses more frequently than it did Syria, North Korea, and Iran? 98 more words

Israel & Middle East

Like Saudi Arabia, Israel Has a Soft Spot for Sunni Extremism

In the War on Terror, Israel’s Government is Not a Reliable Friend of the American People—But Neither is Our Own

By Brian P. McGlinchey

Thanks to last summer’s release of  1,415 more words