A detailed annotation of the errors and omissions that mislead readers on a profoundly important issue…including little-known information about Presidents Eisenhower, Reagan, and Bush Sr., who each had moments of clarity on this issue, and called out Israel for its abuses.
Category: Biden policies
President Biden is enlisting the support (and tax dollars) of every American in the fight against antisemitism – but this fight could take a very dark turn if we’re not careful.
As Netanyahu’s ministers are calling for ethnic cleansing, he wonders why the Biden administration hasn’t invited him to visit.
Following in the footsteps of Kenneth Roth and Sarah Margon, another highly qualified candidate for a prominent post, James Cavallaro, is withdrawn for criticizing Israel.
The content of AIPAC’s recent Political Leadership Forum was largely concealed from the public, but here is what we do know about it.
Weakening Iran & possibly even replacing its government is the most compelling issue for Israel & its powerful US domestic lobby, but the Israeli plan is much broader: to make the US the junior partner providing the money & weapons in an effort to militarily dominate the Middle East… Biden/Blinken administration caves on IDF killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, Syria, etc
Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) calls out the Biden administration’s feeble response to Israel’s killing of a prominent American citizen: he asks the hard questions (why haven’t they been asked before?) that could trigger the withholding of US military aid to Israel.
Yair Lapid’s brazen demand for impunity for the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh is a disturbing reflection of the US-Israeli relationship.
A detailed report on how Israel advocates have worked to oppose a distinguished nominee from becoming Ambassador to Brazil because of comments she had made over two decades ago about the Israel lobby…
Antony Blinken’s exchange with Nooran Abuhamdan at her Georgetown graduation was an insult to the cause of justice – but also a typical response to the Palestinian issue.