Ynet, January 23, 2001
The Bible and Judeo-Christian values have played a major role in shaping the state of mind of President George W. Bush and his wife Laura, as well as their positive gut feeling toward
Ynet, January 18, 2001
President Clinton’s admirers have claimed that he has been the most pro-Israel President, ever serving in the White House. However, a proper due-diligence of Clinton’s policy toward Israel reveals that the road to security and political hell could be paved with good intentions.
Makor Rishon Weekly , January 05, 2001
Contrary to all his predecessors – who served until the1993 Oslo Accords – Prime Minister Barak has been extremely susceptible to US Administration pressure. Unlike the leaders of Egypt, Turkey Germany and Italy, who have demonstrated tenacity in combating terrorism, and in contrast with his own outstanding service as the commander of special operations, Barak has been apprehensive of a resolute military battle against terrorism.
Ynet , October 30, 2000
Israel's pre-1993 Israeli prime ministers defied US pressure to withdraw to the 1949 Lines ("with cosmetic changes"). On the other hand, Prime Minister Barak persists - like the other post-1993 Israeli prime ministers – to implement the US Department of State policy, which is bleeding and crumbling by the day. Barak considers the Department of State as a luminary, in spite of its failing track record in the Middle East.
Jerusalem Post, Opinion Section, June 26, 1994
Involving US troops in an Israeli-Syrian peace agreement is not just a suggestion floating somewhere between Jerusalem and Washington. Congressman Lee Hamilton, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, recently indicated that a US survey is already underway to determine the specific locations of a US peacekeeping force on the Golan. The survey's underlying assumption is that Israel will evacuate the whole Golan.
Jerusalem Post, Opinion Section, February 15, 1994
The recent scolding of United Jewish Appeal officials by top members of the Labor Party is part of what some say is a concerted effort to reduce the organized US Jewish community to its "proper" political size.
It may also reflect an attempt to undermine the credibility of the current leadership and enhance the stock of those who have always been "politically correct."
These suspicions explain Prime Minister Rabin's blunt reprimand of the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee in August 1992.
Jeruslem Post, Opinion Section, October 15, 1992
The recent announcement of the transfer of $600-700 million worth of US combat helicopters, missiles and other advanced defense equipment to Israel and the pre-positioning in Israel of $200m worth of US defense items does not represent a truly new development. It is the fulfillment of legislation signed into law two years ago, in October 1990.