Monday March 2, 2015
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Netanyahu heads to US to warn of 'dangerous' Iran deal
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu departs Israel for Washington, where he will address Congress on Tuesday Netanyahu prays at Western Wall ahead of U.S. trip, says the emerging deal between world powers and Iran "could endanger our very existence."
Boaz Bismuth | Congress has some trust issues, too
Even Democratic senators want Obama to present his Iran deal to Congress before finalizing it.
MK Yuli Edelstein | The right speech at the right time
Netanyahu's speech to Congress is about whether we, free people committed to democratic ideals, are still capable of standing together and resisting the temptation to appease our foes.
Itsik Saban | Netanyahu's real rival
Yedioth publisher Noni Mozes will stop at nothing to send Netanyahu packing and restore his own influence.
Elliott Abrams | Israel and the U.S.: The manufactured crisis
The current crisis in relations between the U.S. and Israel is the result of deliberate decisions in Washington to have such a crisis.
Mati Tuchfeld | A chance for a real dialogue
Since elections were called, all the parties have been busy with nonsense. Netanyahu's trip to Washington is a chance to discuss things that matter.
Richard Baehr | Obama's fear of a reality check
The coming deal will result in Iran getting sanctions relief, and over time, a nuclear bomb. Throw in regional proliferation and you have dangerous instability.
Daniel Pipes | Syria's civil war could stabilize the region
However gruesome the human cost of the Syrian civil war, its long-term impact potentially renders the Middle East a less combustible place.
Poll: 84% of Americans view Iran unfavorably
Gallup poll: 77% of Americans believe development of nuclear weapons by Iran would pose "critical threat" to vital U.S. interests Only 11% of Americans view Iran favorably, placing it below U.S. adversaries Russia, Syria and North Korea.
Dr. Ephraim Herrera | Iran does not play by the West's rules
A nuclear Iran might choose its suicidal religious ideology over the cold rationale of national interests.
'Ex-Mossad chief Dagan is hurting Israel's defense establishment'
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says former Mossad chief Meir Dagan, who criticized Netanyahu's conduct on Iran, "does not know about current activities" Dagan's statements "damage the stature of the people in those same positions today," says Ya'alon.
Dr. Haim Shine | Yedioth enlists ex-Mossad chief
Yedioth Ahronoth and the U.S. government have a common interest: the establishment of a weak and submissive left-wing Israeli government.
Netanyahu says he won't form government with Zionist Union
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells ultra-Orthodox radio station that decision to exclude haredim from previous government was forced upon him PM says Tzipi Livni, Isaac Herzog "learned nothing" from disengagement, want to divide Jerusalem.
Former Obama aide criticized for his efforts to oust Netanyahu
Republicans say former Obama aide Jeremy Bird's work for the V15 campaign in Israel reflects "White House hypocrisy" Critics: Obama "quietly rooting" for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's defeat in the upcoming Israeli election.
Egyptian court declares Hamas a 'terrorist organization'
"This movement works for the interests of the terrorist [Muslim] Brotherhood organization," court says Hamas calls decision "shocking and dangerous" Court sentences four Muslim Brotherhood leaders to death, gives five others life in prison.
Italian lawmakers urge recognition of Palestinian state
Chamber of Deputies votes 300 to 45 to pass the motion "to promote the recognition of Palestine as a democratic state" Symbolic vote does not change position of the Italian government, which still supports a negotiated two-state solution.
Former IDF chief joins kids' race in memory of boy killed in war
Four-year-old Daniel Tragerman, killed by a mortar shell fired from Gaza last August, and Marva Babian, an 18-year-old who succumbed to cancer, are honored with Calaniyot Race organized by the Sdot Negev and Merhavim regional councils.
Beheader 'Jihadi John' was 'Nazi sympathizer, hated Jews'
Former classmate of terrorist Mohammed Emwazi: When we walked past a house he knew was owned by a Jew, he would shout obscenities such as "f---ing pigs" Emwazi's parents in hiding U.S. government "working on" ways to kill or capture him.
Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek's 'Mr. Spock,' dies at 83
Leonard Nimoy had long struggled with a love-hate relationship with his iconic Star Trek character of Spock, but came to accept its part in his life Born to an Orthodox Jewish household in Boston, Nimoy's first language was Yiddish.
German town bolsters security for Jews after Islamist threats
"The authorities in Bremen have indications, based on knowledge from the police, the domestic intelligence agency and a federal authority, of an increased threat from Islamist extremists," police say One person arrested on Saturday.