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  • Meanwhile, Palestinians will suffer from continued ineptitude and corruption in Ramallah and from the refusal by the authorities in Gaza to call Netanyahu's bluff by accepting Israel's right to exist within the '67 lines, to form a unity government for the purpose of negotiating with

    MJ Rosenberg: Predictions for 2012

  • An Abbas aide, Nabil Shaath, called Netanyahu's outlines a "declaration of war" against the Palestinians and said the Israeli leader is not a partner for peace.

    The Seattle Times

  • Yet as Mr. Obama began a six-day European tour Monday, some critics said Mr. Netanyahu's aggressive stance could undermine the Obama administration's efforts to lobby European leaders to vote against Palestinian statehood.

    Palestinian Statehood Vote Looms Over U.S.-Israel Rift

  • Mr. Netanyahu's stance and combative tone have won praise from his hard-line political supporters in Israel, who had been unnerved by a speech this month in which Mr. Netanyahu articulated a more moderate view of a peace settlement.

    Palestinian Statehood Vote Looms Over U.S.-Israel Rift

  • *** Gigot: President Obama delivered a much-anticipated and wide-ranging address on the Middle East on Thursday, embracing the recent pro-democracy movements in the region, and on the eve of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to the White House, calling for a return to the 1967 borders as a basis for settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict.

    The GOP Goes at It

  • An official American document, written in coordination with Netanyahu's staff and approved by the Prime Minister, states that "the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines, with mutually agreed swaps."

    Gadi Baltiansky: Obama's Secret Mideast Success

  • Netanyahu's government has already proven that if even if Zionism is not racism, Zionists can be racists.

    Henry Siegman: Israel, America and the New Middle East

  • It now must play catch-up if it is to restore some of its lost credibility in the newly emerging Middle Eastern reality, particularly in light of its ineptness in dealing with Netanyahu's far-right nationalist and xenophobic government.

    Henry Siegman: Israel, America and the New Middle East

  • A good place to start would be Netanyahu's most important foreign policy address, which he delivered at Bar Ilan University in June 2009 shortly after taking the premiership.

    Gadi Baltiansky: How the Obama Administration can Jumpstart the Peace Process

  • It threatens the position the U.S. holds in the world, said Israeli lawmaker Danny Danon, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party.

    U.S. malaise, debt stalemate shake allies globally


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