Preferred Agenda for the Obama-Netanyahu Summit

Interview by Frank Gaffney, Secure Freedom Radio, May 19, 2011

President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu should focus on the smothering Middle Eastern "sand storms" originating in every Arab country and not on the Middle Eastern "tumbleweeds," such as the Palestinian issue. 

Bibi, Barack and Tom Friedman

Israel Resource Review, May 19, 2011

Reading a Tom Friedman column on Bibi and Barack is to take a step into a virtual reality show, where the director, Tom Friedman, says there will be no connection to any real facts or any real history.

No American Pressure on Israel

YnetNews Opinion Section, May 17, 2011

President Obama intends to leverage the elimination of Bin Laden and intensify pressure on Israel.  However, the capability of an American President to exert pressure in the international arena is a derivative of his domestic clout, especially when it comes to pressuring the Jewish State. 

Israeli Targeting Pod Leading Bombings in Libya

Jerusalem Post, May 02, 2011

Technology developed by Israel's Rafael Advanced Defense Systems is assisting NATO launch accurate missile strikes against Gaddafi forces in Libya.

Israel: America's Ultimate Ally

http://bit.ly/eKiimE, April 27, 2011

What is the definition of an American ally? On an ideological level, an ally is a country that shares America's values, reflects its founding spirit, and resonates with its people's beliefs. Tactically, an ally stands with the United States through multiple conflicts and promotes its global vision. From its location at one strategic crossroads, an ally enhances American intelligence and defense capabilities, and provides ports and training for U.S. forces. Its army is formidable and unequivocally loyal to its democratic government. An ally helps secure America's borders and assists in saving American lives on and off the battlefield. And an ally stimulates the U.S. economy through trade, technological innovation, and job creation. Few countries fit this description, but Israel is certainly one of them.

US-Israel Mutually-Beneficial Two-Way-Street Ties

http://www.aipac.org/40427.asp, April 24, 2011

US-Israel strategic cooperation has leveraged Israel's unique experience, enhancing the national security of the US and Israel, expanding research & development, employment and exports in both countries.

Passover Hymn (Da’ye’nu) 2011: US-Israel Ties: A Two Way Street Mutually-Beneficial Relationship

Passover eve hymn, April 18, 2011

If Israel were merely the most effective battle-tested laboratory available to the USA, enhancing US national security, while providing the US defense industries a unique mega-billion dollars competitive edge in the global market, expanding US employment, research & development and export infrastructures - Da’ye’nu (it would have sufficed to crown Israel as a unique two-way-street ally of the USA);

Israel – A Favorite American Ally

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4040704,00.html, March 11, 2011

Gallup’s annual (February 2011) poll on American attitudes toward foreign countries highlights Israel as a favorite American ally.  Israel (68%) ranks among the seven most popular countries, which include Canada, Britain, Germany, Japan, India and France, ahead of South Korea and dramatically ahead of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt (37%, 50% and 40% respectively).  The Palestinian Authority (19%)  is at the bottom of the list, along with Iran and North Korea.

Gallup Poll: Americans Maintain Broad Support for Israel

http://www.gallup.com/poll/146408/Americans-Maintain-Broad-Support-Israel.aspx, March 01, 2011

With more than 60% of Americans sympathizing with Israel since 2010, public support for the Jewish state has been stronger than at any time other than in 1991, when Israel was hit by Iraqi Scud missiles during the Gulf War.

January – February, 2011 Middle East Turmoil

Secure Freedom Radio, February 28, 2011

Western policy-makers and public-opinion molders should do away with wishful-thinking and cope with Middle East reality of volatility, instability, violence, shifty regimes and accords and tyranny.

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