While John Kerry was putting on a show in the Mideast, Congress was showing where the US really stands. I elaborate at Lobelog.
Posts Tagged ‘Ehud Olmert’
Posted in Congress, Israel, Palestine, United States, tagged AIPAC, Americans for Peace Now, Barack Obama, Barbara Lee, Benjamin Netanyahu, Benny Elon, Congress, Ehud Barak, Ehud Olmert, foreign policy, Iran, Israel, J Street, John Kerry, Palestine, Shimon Peres, Syria, Yitzhak Rabin on May 25, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Israel, tagged Avigdor Lieberman, Benjamin Netanyahu, East Jerusalem, Ehud Barak, Ehud Olmert, Gaza, Habayit Hayehudi, HaTnuah, Iran, Isaac Herzog, Israel, Jordan, Likud, Meretz, Naftali Bennett, Palestine, Shelly Yachimovich, Syria, Tzipi Livini, West Bank, Yair Lapid, Yesh Atid, Yisrael Beitenu, Yom Kippur War on March 1, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Israel may not have a government, but the election settled one thing: both the governing coalition and the opposition will be led by and mostly composed of parties who range from indifference to ending the occupation to outright hostility to the very suggestion. I explore this in Souciant this week.
Posted in Palestinian Citizens of Israel, tagged Al-Aksa Intifada, Arab Democratic Party, Aryeh Deri, Avigdor Lieberman, Bedouin, Benjamin Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, Ehud Olmert, Gaza, Hadash, Israel, Jewish State, Labor Party, Likud, Mapai, Palestine, Palestinians, Tzipi Livni, West Bank, Yisrael Beitenu, Zionism on October 26, 2012 | Leave a Comment »
In this week’s article at Souciant, I examine the lack of political power of Palestinian citizens of Israel. Though they have the right to vote just like any Israeli, as Israel endlessly reminds us, the power of that vote in the real world is negligible, and not just for the reasons many disillusioned voters feel. It’s about the marginalization of Israel’s Arab sector more broadly.