In fact, Trump himself signed a check for $10,000 for Beit El in 2003.
Never before in American history has the CIA stood up to boycott a president-elect and contest the democratic process.
The proposed move of the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is the result of calculations made by the remarkably ill-informed group surrounding him. This team lacks any serious knowledge or understanding of the Middle East.
<i> The Netanyahu government expects the U.S. to block unpleasant resolutions. The current Netanyahu reaction is all the more shrill.</i>
The United Nations resolution against Israeli expansion of settlements is a bombshell of international diplomacy. The shrill reactions from Jerusalem bear witness to the fact that [Read more]
Obama might possibly have escaped into the history books only as a man who meant well feebly in foreign affairs. Not any more.
Trump will inherit an explosive situation in the Middle East that has been provoked, among other reasons, by the erratic foreign policy of his predecessor.
This measure might well be Obama’s—diplomatically harsh—farewell greeting to Netanyahu.
American assistance is no less beneficial to the United States than it is to Israel, and that fact sheds a different light on the idea of “aid.”
It is this situation that has driven a man of conscience, integrity and honesty such as Sanders to finally publicly voice his concerns and lambast the US and its allies for remaining indifferent to the plight of the Palestinian people.