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  • Divisive? Isolated? Brazen? Is that Netanyahu or Obama?

    Divisive? Isolated? Brazen? Is that Netanyahu or Obama?
    Wow, after reading The Sun's editorial on Benjamin Netanyahu's "win-at-all-costs" strategy ("A costly victory," March 19) this thought came to mind: If one changed the name and place, The Sun's editorial board could have been describing the elections of...
  • Nusra Front quietly rises in Syria as Islamic State targeted

    The Nusra Front, Syria's al-Qaida affiliate, is consolidating power in territory stretching from the Turkish border to central and southern Syria, crushing moderate opponents and forcibly converting minorities using tactics akin to its ultraconservative...
  • Author packs synagogue for book discussion

    Author packs synagogue for book discussion
    Close to 300 people packed Temple Torat Emet in Boynton Beach on March 16 to hear author and journalist Mike Kelly discuss his latest book, "The Bus On Jaffa Road: A Story of Middle East Terrorism and the Search for Justice." The event was sponsored...
  • US rejects Netanyahu effort to walk back provocative remarks about Arab voters

    JERUSALEM Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized Monday for racially provocative remarks he made about Arab voters on Israel's election day last week, but the move failed to assuage critics of his campaign-trail tactics, which sparked...
  • Top Obama aide: US can't ignore Netanyahu's comments

    President Barack Obama's chief of staff rejected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempts to distance himself from his comments rejecting Palestinian statehood, telling an Israel advocacy group Monday that the U.S. can't just overlook what...
  • Keep US-Israel relationship strong

    The following editorial appeared in The Miami Herald on Friday, March 20: The surprising victory of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the polls this week represents a remarkable personal triumph, making him one of the Jewish state's longest-...
  • Obama takes Netanyahu 'at his word' on Palestinian state

    President Barack Obama said he takes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "at his word" for saying that an independent Palestinian state will never co-exist with Israel as long as he is in office, yet another sign of the strained relations between...
  • Israel's president begins meetings that will lead to new government

    Israeli President Reuven Rivlin began consultations Sunday with representatives of the country's political parties as a prelude to naming the head of a new government, presumably incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu. Although it is widely assumed that Netanyahu...
  • Netanyahu's election rhetoric in Israel may help rein in settler movement

    Set in rocky hills just half an hour's drive east of the skyscrapers of Tel Aviv, this Jewish settlement has the air of a placid suburb. Mothers with baby carriages chat outside the dry cleaner. A delivery truck pulls up to the supermarket's loading dock....
  • Obama says Netanyahu's comment complicates goal of Israel-Palestinian peace

    Obama says Netanyahu's comment complicates goal of Israel-Palestinian peace
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s comments before his reelection last week were divisive and make it harder to find a path forward toward peace talks between Israeli and Palestinian leaders, President Obama said in an interview published...
  • Seven months after Gaza war, devastation remains, wounds are still fresh

    Seven  months after Gaza war, devastation remains, wounds are still fresh
    Almost seven months after the cease-fire that ended a devastating war in the Gaza Strip between Israel and the militant group Hamas, the fighting's ruinous effects are visible everywhere in this ragged coastal enclave. Reconstruction efforts have barely...