Category: Israel-US Relations

In Washington and other capitals, an ungenerous spirit has set in. Israel’s new government, which finally may be formed in the coming week, will have to pushback hard against this increasingly brazen, vulgar, and hypocritical trend.
Washington and Brussels have no business second-guessing Israel’s security operations.
President Biden should not come to the Mideast without a useful agenda that includes truly confronting Iran.
Biden ought to move beyond his Trump traumas and Iran illusions to get behind the Abraham Accords, bringing Riyadh into the regional peace revolution.
Western progressives are dissing rather than embracing the Abraham Accords. This is a tragedy. Time to rebrand the Accords and get the Biden administration to adopt a more enthusiastic approach to expanding Arab/Islamic peace with Israel.
Biden is braying about Jerusalem, Palestinians, and settlements mainly to force Bennett into submission regarding Iran.
Reportedly, former US Secretary of State John Kerry shared intelligence about Israel’s anti-Iran covert operations with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. How much further will US officials today go to undercut Israel’s military campaign against Iran?
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