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Benjamin Netanyahu: "Days when the Jewish people are passive in the face of threats to annihilate us, those days are over.”

WND.com: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a primer to his major speech before Congress Tuesday, sought to assure Americans who support Israel that the alliance between the two nations remains strong despite “differences” that have strained the relationship recently over Iran’s nuclear program. 116 more words

Politics

Israeli PM And U.S. Ally Frozen Out By White House As Enemy Gains Concessions

Photo from Cliff Owen/AP

Long time U.S. ally Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Washington, DC this week to deliver a crucial speech on nuclear proliferation before a joint session of Congress. 282 more words

Terrorism

Marie Harf 'incredibly disappointed' by what Netanyahu might say

The Obama Administration’s hissy fit over Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming address to Congress continues. Now the most transparent administration in history is suggesting that the Israeli Prime Minister might reveal “sensitive” information about the nuclear talks with Iran . 142 more words

US Politics

Obama threatened to shoot down Israeli jets. Sure enough, we don't see this report all over the mainstream news...

Israel news is reporting that Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran. 253 more words

Politics/war

William Booth: Netanyahu’s address to Congress will be most important speech of his life

Washington Post: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming address to a joint meeting of Congress will probably be the most important speech of his career — and one that has already jeopardized relations between Israel and the United States. 75 more words

Politics

Charles Krauthammer: The fatal flaw in the Iran deal

Washington Post: A sunset clause?

The news from the nuclear talks with Iran was already troubling. Iran was being granted the “right to enrich.” It would be allowed to retain and spin thousands of centrifuges. 102 more words

International Relations