Likud

Bibi’s Back in Town

07/09/2010
Special to the Jewish Week

What a difference a few weeks make, eh?

It was only a month or so ago that Israel’s relationship with the United States government was in serious trouble. First it was the visit of Vice-President Biden to Israel that was marred by Israel’s ill-timed announcement of new housing starts in East Jerusalem. President Obama was said to be furious. Then it was Israel’s handling of the Gaza flotilla that seemed to anger everyone in the world who was awake and breathing at the time.

Rabbi Gerald Skolnik

In Speech to Jewish Leaders, Netanyahu Endorses Two-State Solution, Hints at Shift on Jerusalem

07/07/2010
Special To The Jewish Week

Appearing before Jewish leaders in New York a day after he met with President Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu repeated  what he has rarely mentioned in more than a year — his commitment to a two-state solution, a pledge he first made in June 2009.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Presidents Conference executive vice-chair Malcolm Hoenlein

The Writing On The Wall

11/20/2007
Assistant Managing Editor

What do Israel’s left-wingers and right-wingers, religious zealots and punk rockers, sports fans and cynics have in common?

All of them apparently feel quite comfortable strolling up to a wall in a public place with a can of spray paint and leaving behind their sometimes quite elaborate messages.

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