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Zirin Freaks Out Over NBA Good Will Trip to Israel

Once again, loon-left publication The Nation reminds us that in this time of exquisite PC sensitivity, we can all still hate on Israel.

Are Democrats in for a long, hot August over the Iran deal?

Politico reports that opponents of the Iran deal are looking to spend tens of millions on ads hammering Democrats who are thought to be undecided on it: The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is teaming up with other pro-Israel Jewish groups to spend between $20 million and $40 million to blast the deal through commercials […]

Mariah Carey Dedicates ‘Hero’ To Alleged Boyfriend As She Announces Israel Gig

Mariah Carey may have been accused of staging a publicity stunt with new boyfriend James Packer, but she still dedicated a song to him. Gossip Cop has the news. “Mariah Carey dedicated her song ‘Hero’ to boyfriend James Packer during her ‘#1 to Infinity’ Las Vegas show at Caesars Palace on Wednesday. Show More Summary

The Onion Predicts the Future With Satire on US Offer of Missiles to Israel

Satirical publication The Onion has, on occasion, fooled many into believing its headlines are true. But a joke from earlier this month about soothing the Israeli prime minister’s fears over the Iran nuclear deal was realistic enough that it ended up coming true.

If Americans support Iran deal, 56-37, what gives Israel the power to ‘croak’ it?

AIPAC may spend $40 million to oppose the Iran deal, and the greatest pressure is on Democrats who don't want to vote for it for fear of losing their jobs. The public supports the deal by 56-37. But unfortunately, the politics of the deal are playing out chiefly inside the Jewish community. The White House talks to Jewish groups and the Defense Secretary goes to Israel.

Opponents rally to stop Obama's "Worse than Munich" Islamist Iran appeasement

Second Take on Iran by AIPAC: Congress Must Stop this Bad Deal A second statement by AIPAC following review of the Iran agreement brings a strong thumbs down on the deal. 'A new, better deal is needed' The American Israel Public Affairs...Show More Summary

Pro-Israel Aipac Creates Group to Lobby Against the Iran Deal

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee has formed a tax-exempt lobbying group with the sole mission of educating the public "about the dangers of the proposed Iran deal."

AIPAC Funds Ads Opposing Iran Nuclear Deal

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, is putting its financial muscle behind a new advertising campaign in opposition to a nuclear accord with Iran.

Israel Closes Palestinian TV Station to 'Protect Sovereignty'

The Israeli government has ordered the six-month closure of a new Palestinian TV channel which aimed to cater to the country's Arab population, it says to prevent Israel's sovereignty from being "harmed". Israeli Public Security Minister...Show More Summary

Third of Israelis Favour Strikes Against Iranian Nuclear Sites, Poll Reveals

One third of the Israeli public believes that Israel has no option but to strike at Iran's nuclear sites following the landmark deal signed between the Islamic Republic and six world powers this week, a new poll has revealed. The poll,...Show More Summary

AIPAC Drops Pretense Of Supporting Iran Deal, Urges Congress To Vote It Down

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- The American Israel Public Affairs Committee on Wednesday issued its first public direction to Congress to reject the nuclear agreement that was finalized the previous day between Iran, the U.S. and five world powers. “After...Show More Summary

Mobileye muscles in on Google's driverless future

What do Audi, Volvo, Tesla and GM have in common? Yes, they all make cars. But they're also all customers of Israel's Mobileye, which had an initial public offering this time last year.        

How A 2007 Debate Gaffe Paved The Way For A Deal That Will Define Obama's Legacy

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- On June 3, 2008, Barack Obama, then a senator from Illinois, secured the necessary delegates to become the Democratic nominee for president. The next day, he spoke before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, a pro-Israel lobby. Show More Summary

BBC Anchor Trivializes Iran Threat to Israel

Dear Razia Iqbal, I was in my car this morning and listening to BBC Newshour, carried by our local National Public Radio station in New York. You were the host of the hour-long program, and the principal subject was the major deal announced,...Show More Summary

‘Suck Iranian ’ — Netanyahu’s Farsi twitter account earns negative reviews

In an attempt to speak directly to the Iranian public mustering up sentiment against the P5+1 talks between world leaders and Iran set to expire tonight, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has launched a Twitter account in Farsi. Farsi speakers responded in droves by cursing Netanyahu and the state of Israel.

The Self-Promoting Iran Hawk Too Extreme For AIPAC, And His Campaign To Kill The Nuclear Deal

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

WASHINGTON -- Late last year, Morton Klein sat in on an off-the-record conference call hosted by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee where more than 100 donors were being briefed on the group’s behind-the-scenes strategy to influence negotiations over Iran's nuclear weapons program. Show More Summary

Google's Waze mapping service launches carpooling trial in Israel

As Apple looks to expand its Maps effort with public transit information, Google its taking its Waze service in a different direction, debuting a new ride sharing feature that is being tested in Israel.

#FreedomFlotilla III Exposes Anti-Democratic Extremism of the Israeli 'Center'

Supporters of continuing the Israeli occupation of Gaza, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem would like global public opinion to believe that the occupation can be maintained and yet Israel can be considered a democracy. A central challenge...Show More Summary

Sid Blumenthal’s Israel Michegas

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

The notorious Clinton operative pushes pro-Israel Libyan in his emails to Hillary, but sells his son’s anti-Israel book in public.

Israel links ratifying nuclear test ban to Iran ties

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Israel wants Iranian recognition before it ratifies an international ban on nuclear bomb tests, an Israeli official said on Wednesday, in a rare public discussion of terms for upgrading from signatory status.

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