Ynet Hebrew Edition, November 18, 2004
President Bush did not shed any tear upon receiving Secretary Powell's letter of resignation. The President did not conceal his satisfaction when his National Security Advisor, Rice, agreed to replace Powell.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, November 04, 2004
Has Israel studied the lessons of the 2004 presidential and congressional election? The US electorate has accorded President Bush, and the Republican party, a victory with unexpected proportion. For the first time since 1988, an-elected president has received a majority of the electorate, winning the largest ever number of votes, 59 million, achieving and expanding majority in the House of Representatives and in the Senate. The Republican party has widened its majority – which has been retained since 1994 - in the Senate to 55 (out of 100) senators and in the House to 233 (out of 435) Representatives.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, October 20, 2004
The proposed Disengagement is a hybrid of the Oslo Process and the Land-For-Peace mentality, which have been flawed logically, strategically and morally.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, September 23, 2004
1. Are settlements a major cause for the Arab/Palestinian-Israeli conflict?
Ynet Hebrew Edition, August 18, 2004
The proposed Disengagement (from Gaza and N. Samaria) will not be on the agenda of the Democratic or Republican conventions. It does not gain the attention of the US electorate, US legislators, the US Presidents or the democratic challenger, unless the Israeli prime minister raises the issue. Prime Minister Sharon conceived the idea of disengagement and forced it upon the US during four months of lobbying.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, June 07, 2004
President Reagan led the US battle on state-sponsored terrorism, vanquished the USSR and significantly enhanced US strategic ties with the Jewish State.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, April 30, 2004
In 1973, President Nixon accorded a top priority to Israel's retreat from certain areas in Sinai and to the lifting of the siege over Egypt's Third Brigade. Therefore, he did not limit himself to the recycling of very friendly, yet ambiguous and non-binding declarations, but increased the military grant to Israel three folds ($983MN) and extended a $4.15BN loan.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, May 06, 2002
94 – out of 100 - Senators and 352 – out of 435 - House Members welcome Israel's Prime Minister with a loud and a clear message, which reverberates in the Washington corridors of power: The Administration may threaten to pressure Israel, but it does not have the support to implement the threat. The unusually large majority has approved last week a joint resolution – supported by Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, doves and hawks – which highlights the mutual struggle against terrorism, which was forced upon the US and Israel. The resolution condemns Palestinian political terrorism, led by Arafat.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, April 28, 2002
THE EXTENSION OF LEGITIMACY TO THE "U.N. JENIN COMMISSION" PLAYS INTO THE HANDS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND OTHER SUPPORTERS OF THE PLO, while disappointing and weakening Israel's friends in Washington. It bolsters the prestige of the UN, which is an anti-Israel organization, eroding Israel's sovereignty and Israel's posture of deterrence. It advances a major goal of the Arabs - the internationalization of their conflict with Israel.
Ynet Hebrew Edition, March 20, 2002
A month prior to the 2001 election in Israel, Vice President Cheney shared with some friends his CONCERN ABOUT SHIMON PERES JOINING THE RACE, "lest he defeats General Sharon." Shortly after Sharon's victory, Cheney asked: "Why would the General, who just won a landslide victory, revive the Oslo Process, by inviting Labor to join his government?!"