WASHINGTON (JTA) — Michael Oren writes of being in a reverie on Sept. 30, 2013, his last day as Israel’s ambassador to Washington, when he heard President Barack Obama tell
From the blog of Maa Zhi Hong at The Times of Israel
Source: Benjamin Netanyahu must go
Netanyahu warned of Iran’s aggression but also said that Israel had the strength to deal with the challenge.
He’s lost two elections in six months. As Netanyahu scrambles, public opinion is shifting, and the end of his reign in sight
Israel is suddenly facing a new reality in which the Iranians are free to attack Saudi infrastructure and the Turks attack Kurds in Syria.
For the past three years, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has bet heavily on President Donald Trump and been rewarded with major diplomatic gains in exchange for his warm embrace of the U.S. leader. But the U.S. pullback from northeastern Syria, essentially abandoning its Kurdish allies, has called that strategy — and Trump’s reliability as […]