October 24, 2012

Who Threw Israel Under the Bus?

Efraim Halevy, New York Times

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Whenever the United States has put serious, sustained pressure on Israel’s leaders - from the 1950s on - it has come from Republican presidents, not Democratic ones. This was particularly true under Mr. Obama’s predecessor, George W. Bush.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, 2012, United States, Israel

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