Tag: Benjamin Netanyahu
No time is more dangerous than when things get too quiet in a dangerous neighborhood, writes Martin Sieff.
Netanyahu is back where he started. No matter how many times Israelis go to the polls, they find that that a stable ruling majority is out of reach.
What should really be dubbed the “Long Con of the Century” is finally nothing more than an ex cathedra endorsement of apartheid from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
Kushner never invited the people most impacted by his “dead-on-arrival” plan – the Palestinian people – to the negotiating table, Wayne Madsen writes.