Tag Archive for Netanyahu – Obama

Trump’s Jerusalem decision counters Obama’s spiteful UNSC vote that changed American policy

President Obama’s motive for changing the status quo of Jerusalem at the UN Security Council was personal, not patriotic. His decision to allow the immoral, anti-Israel vote to be passed was bad for America, for peace, and for America’s closest ally, Israel. Obama would never have done it except as a lame duck, for it was simply an act of a single vengeful individual who put a personal pique over American policy.

– Alan Dershowitz: The Jerusalem conflict is all Barack Obama’s Fault 

By Alan Dershowitz


The U.S. acted properly in vetoing a misguided U.N. Security Council resolution designed to undo President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Continue Reading »

REVEALED: How Obama’s administration covertly supported Hamas against Israel


Had PM Netanyahu informed the public of the betrayals & the knowledge that the US was covertly backing Hamas, it would have caused more embargoes, abandonment of Israel at the UN and other int’l forums and even more funding to Hamas, so Netanyahu had to fight the diplomatic fight of his life secretly.

REVEALED: The Obama administration’s support for Hamas was not passive
By Caroline B. Glick


Israel’s State Comptroller’s Report on Operation Protective Edge, the Jewish state’s war with Hamas in the summer of 2014, is exceedingly detailed. The problem is that it addresses the wrong details. Continue Reading »

VIDEO: PM Netanyahu tells cabinet, contrary to denials, UNSC resolution originated with Obama Administration


view videoWATCH: Netanyahu briefs cabinet members with Jerusalem’s initial plan to deal with UN Security Council vote, tells ministers to “behave with discernment, responsibility, and also with composure.”

By Nitzan Keidar


Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu opened this morning’s (Sunday) weekly government meeting with the decision of the UN Security Council regarding the communities of Judea and Samaria.

“I join in the government member’s feelings of anger and frustration at the decision which is imbalanced and hostile to Israel that was improperly taken by the Security Council,” opened Netanyahu.

English follows opening address in Hebrew
(Open English subtitles for Hebrew opening.) Continue Reading »

Ramifications to yesterday’s UNSC resolution: Legal boycotts, sanctions & ICC lawsuits


view videoAlthough the anti-Israel resolution adopted by the UN Security Council has no immediate practical ramifications, it could pave the way for lawsuits against Israel at the ICC, the EU and others could initiate sanctions against any Israeli company or institution seen as violating resolution, and of course this resolution legitimizes boycotts on all settlement products, services, and organizations.

By Itamar Eichner


The UN Security Council’s Resolution 2334, which was adopted on Friday, may not have immediate practical ramifications, but it could open the door to lawsuits against Israel at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague and for sanctions to be imposed on Israel—both by the UN and by individual countries. Continue Reading »

Israel accuses Obama of conniving, “shameful move against Israel at the UN”


Israeli officials are fuming at President Obama. “The US administration secretly cooked up with the Palestinians an extreme anti-Israeli resolution behind Israel’s back which would be a tail wind for terror and boycotts and effectively make the Western Wall occupied Palestinian territory.”
– In betraying Israel in such an unprecedented way, Obama was also forcing a new, anti-Israel policy, on the upcoming Trump presidency.

By Elior Levy and Roi Kais


An Israeli official on Friday accused President Barack Obama of colluding with the Palestinians in a “shameful move against Israel at the UN” after learning the White House did not intend to veto a Security Council resolution condemning settlement construction in the West Bank and east Jerusalem the day before. Continue Reading »

WSJ Report: Obama considers initiating UN resolution to restart peace process


Although the White House has repeatedly vetoed such resolutions in the past, the US president is mulling using the UN Security Council to apply pressure to restart negotiations.
• White House ‘surprised’ at Netanyahu’s decision to cancel Washington trip later this month, after have been invited to meeting with Obama.

By Ynetnews and Reuters


US President Barack Obama’s administration is considering a United Nations Security Council resolution to serve as a blueprint for Israeli-Palestinian talks, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. The US has repeatedly vetoed such resolutions in the past.

PM Netanyahu and President Obama in the Oval Office – Photo:Avi Ohayon

That move would be just one element of a plan to receive the peace process, according to the Journal. Continue Reading »

Obama still spying on Netanyahu


After the recent report in the Wall street Journal on the White House ordering the NSA to spy on the Israel Prime Minister, a top U.S. intelligence officer reveled to Israeli reporters how much, and how the White House is spying on Netanyahu and those in contact with him.

By Arutz Sheva Staff


Following a string of embarrassing revelations of the US spying in friendly heads of state, President Barack Obama ordered intelligence agencies to end the practice – except for when it came to Israel.

A former high-level US intelligence officer – who was codenamed ‘Robert’ and was privy to most of the United States’ intelligence information on Israel over the past three decades – made the revelation in an interview with Yediot Aharonot. Continue Reading »

White House: No Pressure on Netanyahu during Washington visit


Deputy national security adviser reported Obama will not pressure Netanyahu during his White House visit because no peace talks planned during Obama’s final year, as neither Israelis nor Palestinians have taken steps required for peace.

By Yitzhak Benhorin


WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama has ruled out the possibility of renewing Israeli-Palestinian peace talks before the end of his term in 2016, according to a statement Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes made while speaking to the press Thursday night.

Netanyahu during a previous visit to the White House. – Photo: Reuters

Rhodes’ comments come just days before Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is set to arrive in Washington for talks with Obama, who the deputy said does not currently see any chance for a two state solution. Continue Reading »

Obama called out for “appalling and unprecedented” shunning of Israel


view videoZOA National President condemns Obama for top U.S. delegates’ absence during Israeli PM’s UN address, as were the expected Arab countries’ delegates.
• WATCH: Benjamin Netanyahu’s complete United Nations Address 

By Hillel Fendel


Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s powerful speech in the United Nations last week was largely upstaged by the murderous Palestinian terrorist attack wave that began less than two hours later.

However, two announcements by the Zionist Organization of America have returned the speech – during which he glared at the General Assembly delegates from around the world for 45 seconds of dramatic silence – to the news. Continue Reading »

Confirmed: Netanyahu invited to White House for meeting with Obama


US official announced Netanyahu & Obama will meet on November 9 to discuss implementing the Iran accord and future security needs for Israel in first meeting since row over deal.

By i24news


The White House on Wednesday announced that President Barack Obama will host Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on November 9, their first meeting since a fierce row over the Iranian nuclear deal.

Spokesman Josh Earnest said implementing the Iran accord that Netanyahu opposed would be on the agenda of a visit designed as “a demonstration of the deep and enduring bonds between the United States and Israel.” Continue Reading »

Circumventing Obama’s War On Israel

Israel’s current situation vis-à-vis the US is unpleasant, and will likely to remain so for another 2 years. But this isn’t the end of the world.

By Caroline B. Glick


On Wednesday, the Jerusalem Municipality announced it is shelving plans to build 1,500 apartments in the Har Homa neighborhood. Officials gave no explanation for its sudden move. But none was needed.

US President Barack Obama meets with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House, October 1, 2014. – Photo: REUTERS

Obviously the construction of apartments for Jews in Jerusalem was blocked in the hopes of appeasing US President Barack Obama. Continue Reading »

Report: Obama Threatened to Shoot Down Israeli Jets in Preemptive Iranian Strike

Kuwaiti paper reported on Saturday that an (unnamed) Israeli minister with good ties to White House, ‘revealed the attack plan to John Kerry.’

By Mark Langfan


The Bethlehem-based news agency Ma’an has cited a Kuwaiti newspaper report Saturday, that US President Barack Obama thwarted an Israeli military attack against Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2014 by threatening to shoot down Israeli jets before they could reach their targets in Iran.

Barack Obama – Reuters

Following Obama’s threat, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was reportedly forced to abort the planned Iran attack.

According to Al-Jarida, the Netanyahu government took the decision to strike Iran some time in 2014 soon after Israel had discovered the United States and Iran had been involved in secret talks over Iran’s nuclear program and were about to sign an agreement in that regard behind Israel’s back.

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Round 2: Washington Post Reports Obama Suggesting Netanyahu Authorized Leaks on Iran

Washington Post journalist David Ignatius reports Obama suspects Israeli PM Netanyahu authorized leaks of closed-door details on the nuclear talks with Iran.

By Elad Benari


Amid reports that the Obama administration is refusing to share information regarding Iran with Israel as “punishment” for Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech before Congress, The Washington Post’s David Ignatius on Monday provided new details into the tensions between Jerusalem and Washington.

According to Ignatius’s column, the mistrust between the Obama administration and Netanyahu has widened even further in recent days because of suspicion in the United States that the Israeli prime minister has authorized leaks of details about the U.S.

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