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Times a-changing - for the better for Israel
LISTEN TO THE SPEECH from UN TV with Hebrew subtitles (pictured) - In his address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York last Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the audience that their governments at home were changing their views of Israel. He said he welcomed “the spirit of the Arab Peace Initiative,” a nod to Saudi Arabia which initiated the peace proposal that has not yet been accepted by Israel.
of Bibi Netanyahu on, in or about the United Nations, CLICK HERE for the 18 related reads, to the crowd of international leaders at the United Nations in New York last week Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the audience that their governments at home were changing, . Read why this has been hailed as such a different and groundbreaking speech and send the page link, condemnations of Israeli policy. Netanyahu cited improved ties with African and Asian countries
Bibi ‘deeply disappointed’ in Kerry after speech
SEE VIDEO and story of Netanyahu rejecting the UN vote and John Kerry’s assessment which largely blames Israeli policies for standing in the way of peace in the Middle East.
Bibi ‘deeply disappointed’ in Kerry after speech, a policy speech by American Secretary of State John Kerry, saying the emphasis by the United Nations, to the United Nations Security Council,” Netanyahu said. “I think the United States, if it’s true to its, ABOVE: The full speech in which Israeli PM Netanyahu slams John Kerry’s speech and rejects both, abstention from vetoing a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution that had condemned, Israel at the UNSC. LEFT: Benjamin Netanyahu giving a response to John Kerry’s speech about
Kerry and Netanyahu continue to duke it out
There was little new in the duelling speeches of John Kerry and Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday and even less point in continuing to argue the matter with the outgoing administration. But that didn’t stop the two men from butting heads and fighting over the issue of Israeli settlements all day Thursday as well.
Kerry and Netanyahu continue to duke it out, Netanyahu countered shortly after Kerry’s speech that settlements are not the issue and if peace prospects, said. RIGHT: Click here to see a video of the full Benjamin Netanyahu speech. This spat has, to veto a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution last week labelling the settlements, in remarks carried live from the State Department. Barely an hour later, Netanyahu was having none of that. “If only the [United States] government put as much energy into fighting Palestinian
Talk of ISIS at UN leaves Netanyahu glaring
All anyone attending the United Nations General Assembly opening seemed to want to talk about was the threat posed to the world by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
Talk of ISIS at UN leaves Netanyahu glaring, of the most dramatic moments of the week of speeches, Netanyahu charged the assembled world leaders, ’s tradition of lobbing anti-Israel rhetorical bombs at the United Nations. “The agreed-upon deal, That was much to the consternation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who argued in his speech before that body on Thursday that Iran, beyond the benefits accrued to it because, absolute silence, utter silence, deafening silence,” the Israeli leader said. Netanyahu then glared
AIPAC meet & Bibi's full speech on video
For all its focus on Iran, AIPAC can’t seem to get away from the controversy surrounding Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s impending speech to Congress which will be at 6pm SA-time Tuesday. A record 16,000 members are attending the AIPAC conference. Netanyahu is concerned that the offer to Iran in the negotiations will leave Israel vulnerable. Read the report from JTA and WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE COMPLETE AIPAC SPEECH
AIPAC meet & Bibi's full speech on video, Benjamin Netanyahu speaking at the AIPAC conference a day before his scheduled speech to Congress, tactics. Netanyahu arranged his speech with Republican leaders in Congress while agreeing to keep it, speech to AIPAC on Monday morning, which was 5pm SA-time, Netanyahu expressed few regrets for going, Nations,” Netanyahu said in remarks that drew multiple standing ovations. “I am deeply grateful, to avert them,” he said. Netanyahu said he regretted that the speech had been “misperceived
Obama's mistrust of Bibi personal & cynical
Obama administration officials have long contended that the friction between the US president and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not personal and that American support for Israel remains as robust as ever - and arguably even more robust by some metrics.
support. But the price was worth it, Netanyahu's people say. US officials believe that the speech, . Netanyahu is said to have despaired of the closed-door route when he found out in 2013 that the United, to the United Nations, told Congress last month that the United States would continue to stand by Israel, Netanyahu in the speech for overblown rhetoric. At a speech at the Israeli Embassy's Independence Day, WASHINGTON - But a year of tense and angry exchanges between President Barack Obama and Netanyahu
Israel & Iran get tails together in Davos
While the presidential planes that carried the Israeli and Iran arrived at Davos on Wednesday, they were parked alongside one another. The rhetoric between the countries flowed to such an extent, though, that they remain a million miles apart when it comes to Mid-East policy. Read what Peres, Bibi & Rouhani had to say at Davos yesterday.
, Rouhani took the United Nations by storm in New York in September. His appearance in the Swiss, Economic Forum in Davos responding to the speech by Iranian President Rouhani yesterday, Peres began by addressing the speech by the Iranian President and said, "The most significant remarks were, the speech was "half a job and the most important half wasn't done. Peace is peace for all people, without, while making speeches like this one. There is no room to postpone." He sends Syria bullets
‘Nato-like’ Israel and moderate Arab states
Israeli opposition Labour Party leader, Isaac Herzog (pictured) tells his party convention In Tel Aviv this week that in his mind the array of threats in the Middle East these days presents Israel with a historic opportunity to form a “Nato-like” alliance of Israel and moderate Arab states. Israel “can change the course of history in the region,” Herzog told a group of reporters on Wednesday in a meeting in Manhattan organized by the Israel Policy Forum.
Assembly of the Jewish Federations of North America in Washington DC, and for a United Nations event, government since Benjamin Netanyahu’s first term as prime minister, in the late 1990s. Yes, Obama, , such as Egypt and Jordan, together with nations such as Morocco, or Saudi Arabia, the Gulf states, for Herzog is: What is his game-plan for getting from here to there? Netanyahu has a firm grip, , Herzog argued that Israelis would eventually wake up to the fact that Netanyahu’s approach of “living
Bibi & Barack part amiably as US-Israel relations thaw
When President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for what was likely to be the last time as leaders of their countries, the most important thing they said was "see you soon".
the day before at the United Nations, Obama mentioned the Israeli-Palestinian impasse in passing, plunged himself into cultivating black Democrats, who saw Netanyahu’s March 2015 speech to Congress, When President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met for what was likely, ". Netanyahu's invitation to Obama to visit Israel post-presidency augured a thaw in US-Israel relations, after Obama called for talks based on 1967 lines, Netanyahu lectured the American president
Why Israelis are fearing a third intifada
First it was clashes on the Temple Mount. Then a mother and father were shot before the eyes of their four children. Then two men were killed in a stabbing attack in Jerusalem’s Old City. Now Israelis fear the wave of conflict will only rise. Here’s why the violence began, how it’s escalated and what might be next.
Tuesday. And in duelling speeches to the United Nations last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas each accused the other side, filled in for Netanyahu during the prime minister's trip to the UN, wrote on Facebook that he supported



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