Tag: US-Israel relations

Washington and Brussels have no business second-guessing Israel’s security operations.
Why is the Biden administration so locked-in to doing a deal, almost at any price, with the Iranians? The answer is threefold: pretentious, practical, and partisan. The partisan? All for the greater glory of the ghost of Obama.
President Biden should not come to the Mideast without a useful agenda that includes truly confronting Iran.
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.
The widely held presumption that splitting Jerusalem will lead to prosperity for the city and to peace for Jews and Arabs is an egregious error. Partitioning Jerusalem will destroy the city. It will die, in every way – culturally, religiously, economically and more. And it will turn into a Belfast-style battlefield.
David M. Weinberg is a think tank director, columnist and lobbyist who is a sharp critic of Israel’s detractors and of post-Zionist trends in Israel. Read more »
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