Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bibi Coalition Echoes Groucho’s “Duck Soup”

by James M. Wall The Times of Israel, Israel’s leading right wing newspaper, can usually be counted on to lead the cheers for any Benjamin Netanyahu Israeli government. Not this time. After his recent narrow election victory Netanyahu turned to a right wing collection … Continue reading

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Obama Panders in the D.C. Adas Israel Synagogue

by James M. Wall All that is said or written about President Barack Obama during these final days before 2016, must be said or written within a darkness that reminds us that our current president will soon be replaced by either Hillary … Continue reading

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Deception, Thy Middle Name is Divert

by James M. Wall The New York Times’ Jerusalem bureau slavishly responds to unfolding Israeli stories as though the computers there are set on robotic control to: “Divert, Divert”. The most recent Times “Divert, Divert” example came in an overlong Times … Continue reading

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“I’m From that Hell Called Gaza”

by James M. Wall Former President Jimmy Carter has concluded his trip to the West Bank area of Palestine. He “deeply regretted” that he was unable to visit the Gaza enclave of Palestine. President Carter traveled with former Norway Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland. … Continue reading

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Gaza Crisis “Unsustainable and Intolerable”

by James M. Wall Former President of the United States Jimmy Carter and Gro Harlem Brundtland, former Prime Minister of Norway, concluded their trip to Israel and Palestine with a statement calling for “meaningful steps to stop the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and reconcile … Continue reading

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