Report: Israeli Warplanes Attack Syrian Conventional Weapons Facility – Video Report 5/3/13

President Obama in West Bank on Resolving Palestinian – Israeli Conflict: “You Know, The U.S. and Canada has Arguments Once-in-Awhile” – Video 3/21/13

Rocket Attack Launched from Gaza into Israel on Second Day of President Obama’s Visit; Obama in Jerusalem at the Time – Video Report 3/21/13

NBC News’ Chuck Todd Asks Netanyahu Why Israelis have Not Embraced Obama; Obama Gives Todd the “Middle-Finger Scratch” – Video 3/20/13

Barack Obama Arrives in Israel for First Visit there as President; Greeted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – Video 3/20/13

Turkish PM Erdogan Equates “Zionism” to “Fascism” at UN Conference; Calls it a “Crime against Humanity” – Video 2/28/13

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama

Report: President Obama to Tell Israeli PM that June will bring “Window of Opportunity” for U.S. Strike on Iran – 2/25/13

Sen. Marco Rubio in Israel Meets with PM Benjamin Netanyahu; Bump Water Bottles! – Video 2/20/13

President Barack Obama and former Sen. Chuck Hagel

WFB Report: Obama Nominee Chuck Hagel said during 2010 Q & A: “Israel is on Its Way to Becoming an Apartheid State” – 2/19/13

Sen. Lindsey Graham on Chuck Hagel being brought to 2007 Rutgers Speech by a Man “Who was once a Pro-Hamas Candidate for the Iranian Presidency” – Video 2/18/13

Iranians Chant “Death to America!” and “Death to Israel!” at Islamic Revolution Anniversary Celebration – Video 2/10/13

Syria, Iran Threaten to Retaliate against Israel for Airstrike in Syria – Video Report 1/31/13

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has claimed victory in Israel’s national election, but his his victory is by a narrower margin than expected. Netanyahu’s Party won 31 of the 120 seats in the Knesset, and with his coalition of other parties, he is expected to get to a majority to remain Prime Minister. But the more moderate parties are reportedly expected to have more influence as a result of this election outcome.

BBC: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged to form “as broad a government as possible” after his alliance won a narrow election victory.

Addressing supporters at his party’s headquarters in Tel Aviv, Mr Netanyahu said he believed the result created “an opportunity for change”.

Exit polls suggest Mr Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud-Beitenu bloc will have 31 seats in parliament – a sharp drop from 42.

In a major surprise, the centrist Yesh Atid (There is a Future) party came second with a predicted 18-19 seats, with Labour next on 17. . . .Read More

Benjamin Netanyahu Prevails in Israeli Election; Wins by Narrower Margin than Expected – Videos 1/22/13

Here is a video report from Israel as Israelis go to the polls to vote. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is widely expected to remain Prime Minister when it is all said and done.

Israelis go to the Polls; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Widely Expected to Prevail, Remain PM – Video Report 1/22/13

Here is audio of Mark Levin tonight blasting the United Nations as being filled with “thugs, genocidal maniacs and other freaks” after the world body voted to recognize Palestine as an Observer State – even though the Palestinians still refuse to even recognize Israel’s right to exist. Levin said, “The U.N. is not our friend.”

Mark Levin Blasts United Nations after Vote Recognizing Palestine as Observer State: “The U.N. is Not our Friend. . . It is Populated Overwhelmingly with Thugs, Genocidal Maniacs and other Freaks” – Audio 11/29/12

A powerful statement today by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the move by the Palestinians and their allies at the United Nations today to have Palestine recognized by the U.N. as an observer state. The resolution is expected to pass in the General Assembly. The United States has said it will oppose the move.

Netanyahu points out that Palestine should not be recognized as an official state until it officially recognizes Israel’s right to exist. Netanyahu bluntly issued a warning to the United Nations:

“As for the rights of the Jewish people in this land, I have a smiple message for those gathered in the General Assembly today. No decision by the U.N. can break the 4,000 year-old bond between the people of Israel, and the land of Israel.”

UPDATED: The U.N. General Assembly has voted to recognize Palestine as an observer state:

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu on U.N. Move to Recognize Palestine as an Observer State: “No Decision by the U.N. can Break the 4,000 Year-Old Bond between the People of Israel and the Land of Israel” – Video 11/29/12 UPDATED: U.N. Recognizes Palestine as Observer State by 138-9-41 Vote; U.S. Calls Move “Unfortunate” and “Counterproductive”

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