Hinting to a quid pro quo situation, the ‘left’ were pleased to hear President Trump say at his rally in West Virginia yesterday, that the Palestinians would soon “get something very good” in return for the U.S. moving its Embassy to Jerusalem, “because it’s their turn next.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
US President Donald Trump’s statement that Israel will pay a “high price” in its negotiations with the Palestinians because it won something “very big” with America’s relocation of its embassy to Jerusalem brought joy Wednesday to the Israeli Left, which praised him.
Addressing a rally in West Virginia, Trump said that the Palestinians would soon “get something very good” in return for the May embassy move “because it’s their turn next.” Continue Reading »
Headlined by both Bibi & Bennett, Tel Aviv’s right-wing rally seemed optimistic, even as final polls have Natanyahu’s Likud trailing the Zionist Union by 4 seats.
Polls may show the Zionist Union’s Isaac Herzog on his way to defeating the Likud’s Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday, but there were tens of thousands of people in Rabin Square in the heart of Tel Aviv Sunday night who apparently didn’t get the memo.
Right-wing rally in Tel Aviv, March 15, 2015. – Photo: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST
Headlined by Netanyahu and Bayit Yehudi head Naftali Bennett, the right-wing rally seemed optimistic, maybe even victorious, even as the final polls have the Likud trailing the Zionist Union by four seats just hours before the election. Continue Reading »
Peace Now produced a satirical video poking fun at right-wing, slamming new legislation & West Bank policy. So, is it really so much fun representing the right-wing?
Set to the tune of George Harrison’s “Got my mind set on you,” the pro-peace left-wing organization Peace Now has published a satirical video titled “It’s great to be right-wing” in which it mocks the settler right.
Dr. Yossi Beilin – as ‘the settler’ – Screenshot
Dressed as religious settlers, MKs and prominent leftists cynically made the case for the right-wing in rhyme, indirectly slamming what they described as disproportional budget apportionment for West Bank settlements and new legislation which they claim is intended to silence political dissent. Continue Reading »