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- Bret Stephens to President Biden: The US can achieve a lot “when it abandons decades of conventional wisdom regarding the nature of the Middle East’s problems and the solutions to them”
- "As U.S.-Israel relations gear up for a great reset, the Obama administration's parting shot may be the starting point for the Biden administration"
- Jerusalem Post provides former PM Ehud Olmert a platform for a nasty, partisan attack on philanthropist and political donor Sheldon Adelson days after his death
- "As long as the Jewish state maintains the upper hand—and has the will to survive—its existential enemies will be forced to comply"
- "American Jews continue to remain tethered to the party that refuses to denounce Jew-hatred in its midst while embracing lawmakers who are raging anti-Semites, including Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Pramila Jayapal, Betty McCollum, and Keith Ellison"
- CAMERA had it right: PBS' Judy Woodruff Fails to Correct Ben Rhodes on 'Thousands of New Settlements'
- "Yet at any other age than the divisive present, the report would not have been seen as controversial"
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Tag Archives: Joe Biden
Bret Stephens to President Biden: The US can achieve a lot “when it abandons decades of conventional wisdom regarding the nature of the Middle East’s problems and the solutions to them”
COMMENTARY MAGAZINE Memo to President Biden: Please Don’t Mess Up the Abraham Accords by Bret Stephens February 2021 … The prospect that the Arab–Israeli conflict, long thought to be the world’s most intractable, might be brought to an end much … Continue reading
“As U.S.-Israel relations gear up for a great reset, the Obama administration’s parting shot may be the starting point for the Biden administration”
JNS The changing of the guard in US-Israel relations by Alex Traiman January 20, 2021 Like many American policies now expected to undergo an about-face following the inauguration of 46th President Joe Biden, U.S.-Israel relations may be gearing up for … Continue reading
“It is now a social imperative to distance oneself from President Donald Trump, if not to revile him”
NEWSWEEK After Trump, Israel’s Claim To Truth Is Stronger by Yishai Fleisher January 19, 2021 …As The Times of Israel’s David Horovitz has written: “Israel’s White House ally is a figure of shame, and all who have celebrated associating with … Continue reading
Martin Peretz: “The Biden administration is not in my view going to jerk Middle Eastern policy back to the Obama track”
ALGEMEINER Obama’s Failure, Biden’s New Team, and the Future of the Israeli-Palestinian Divide by Martin Peretz December 24, 2020 …In 2016, John Kerry said to a Brookings audience, “I’ve talked to leaders in the Arab community. There will be no … Continue reading
“Even if a peace agreement is not officially announced, relations between Israel and Saudi Arabia are at their peak, especially given the Iranian threat and concerns over other radical Islamic elements in the region”
JNS The Saudi dilemma by Shahar Klaiman December 20, 2020 The peace deal with Morocco is the fourth accord between Israel and an Arab state to sideline the Palestinian issue. While the leaders of Abu Dhabi, Manama and Khartoum had … Continue reading
The Biden administration has the chance to end the division between the parties about support for the Jewish state. Will they ?
JNS Can the bipartisan consensus on Israel be revived? by Jonathan S. Tobin December 17, 2020 One of the standard laments of the organized American Jewish world in recent years has been the decline and fall of the bipartisan consensus … Continue reading
“What in the world convinced committed revolutionaries to cease their long march to revolutionary justice?”
NATIONAL REVIEW Our Brave New Biden World by Victor Davis Hanson December 8, 2020 America traditionally has not reinvented reality after an election, although prior presidential winners have often tried, as in the fashion of our politics. But the new … Continue reading
THE SPECTATOR Will Biden build on Trump’s foreign policy achievements — or destroy them? by Domenic Green December 9, 2020 Joe Biden talks a lot about restoring America’s standing in the world. But the truth is that if he now … Continue reading
Top Sanders staffer tied to anti-Semitism scandal at center of push to influence Biden Israel policies
FREE BEACON Anti-Israel Groups Mobilize to Install Allies in Biden Admin by Adam Kredo December 3, 2020 Anti-Israel organizations have launched a coordinated effort to pressure the incoming Biden administration into selecting people who will champion their causes, a push … Continue reading
“Incoming president Joe Biden is reportedly close to selecting a vocal Israel critic to serve as his White House press secretary”
FREE BEACON Biden Eyes Israel Critic as White House Press Sec by Adam Kredo November 25, 2020 …Karine Jean-Pierre, a longtime campaign adviser and incoming vice president Kamala Harris’s chief of staff, is currently the “top candidate” for the job, … Continue reading