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'Netanyahu's speech is vital to prevent bad Iran nuclear deal'
Israeli official: Emerging nuclear agreement with Iran is bad deal that would endanger Israel "It is time for the Israeli Left to stop groveling," official adds PM Netanyahu: I will go wherever I am invited to voice Israel's stance on the Iran issue.
 
Dror Eydar | The right speech at the right time
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will stand before Congress and tell America -- and through it the free world -- a few clear truths.
Prof. Abraham Ben-Zvi | Obama, Congress and a nuclear Iran
Obama's rhetoric is a far cry from his actual ability to forge an effective bipartisan consensus on America's strategic posture.
 
Zalman Shoval | Chain of Islamic terror and hatred
Seemingly separate recent events around the world are all linked by Islamic terrorism.
Boaz Bismuth | Yemen: Another Obama failure
The U.S. government touted Yemen as a model of successful cooperation against terrorism. Now the country has fallen into the hands of Shiite extremists.
Kenneth Levin | What A. B. Yehoshua refuses to recognize
Why does the Left cling to the delusion that Israel has a genuine peace partner in the PA and that sufficient Israeli concessions would attain peace?
Gidon Ben-Zvi and Harry Ben-Zvi | The folly of partition
By delegitimizing Israel's right to defend itself, the ICC has granted the Islamist jihadists cover to commit acts of exceptional barbarity in Gaza.
Elliott Abrams | The al-Saud do it again
Smoothness of the Saudi transition suggests that the royal family can and intends to remain in control.
'I had no choice, I had to try to save people'
Herzl Biton, the driver of Dan Bus No. 40 who was wounded in last week's stabbing attack in Tel Aviv, describes how he swerved the bus in an attempt to throw the terrorist off balance and grabbed him to try and prevent him from attacking passengers.
Smadar Bat Adam | The last line of defense
Even after being stabbed, the only thing on the bus driver's mind was his home and his family; he wasn't looking to become a hero.
'Zionist Camp' moniker angers Arab supporters of Labor-Hatnuah
Former minister Raleb Majadele: Hundreds of thousands of Arabs don't turn into Zionists overnight, if Labor abandons us, all options are open Labor understands problem posed by name but can't reverse decision without appearing to "give up on Zionism."
Lieberman to distribute controversial Charlie Hebdo issue
Move comes after Steimatzky bookstore chain cancels Charlie Hebdo sales event following threats by Arab MKs Arab MK Masud Ganaim says post-massacre issue, featuring Muhammad on the cover, will outrage Muslims in Israel and worldwide
Thomas Friedman wonders why Obama whitewashes radical Islam
New York Times columnist, usually an avid Obama administration supporter, blasts the White House for refusing to link radical Islam to global terrorism for fear of being "accused of Islamophobia" We've entered the theater of the absurd, Friedman says.
Yisrael Beytenu seeks to disqualify united Arab list
Yisrael Beytenu: Anyone who runs on the same list as Balad, whose only purpose is supporting terrorist groups, is not worthy of serving in the Knesset Arab parties: Yisrael Beytenu is dropping in the polls, FM Avigdor Lieberman is scared.
Japan stunned after video claims death of IS hostage
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe on apparent execution of Islamic State hostage Haruna Yukawa: I am left speechless. We strongly and totally criticize such acts PM Benjamin Netanyahu: Israel stands alongside Japan and the Japanese people in this difficult hour.
IDF urged to change 'hurtful' citations awarded to women
Culture Minister Limor Livnat demands that the IDF change wording of citations recognizing women for "not losing composure" Beyond being hurtful and belittling, it sends a message that the IDF assumes women can't maintain composure, Livnat says.
With Yemeni leader ousted, counterterrorism efforts in limbo
Sources in the U.S. say drone strikes and other joint activities with Yemeni government "paralyzed," dealing a major setback to fight against al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula "AQAP would have a much freer hand in parts of the country," says analyst.