Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Speech at #AIPAC2015: 'We Have a Voice'

Dan Adams



Related: Full Transcript: Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Speech at AIPAC Policy Conference, 2015

…Israel should always remain a bipartisan issue.

Ladies and gentlemen, the purpose of my address to Congress tomorrow is to speak up about a potential deal with Iran that could threaten the survival of Israel. Iran is the foremost state sponsor of terrorism in the world. Look at that graph. Look at that map. And you see on the wall, it shows Iran training, arming,dispatching terrorists on five continents. Iran envelopes the entire world with its tentacles of terror. This is what Iran is doing now without nuclear weapons. Imagine what Iran would do with nuclear weapons…


Smart Diplomacy: Kerry warns Netanyahu: You better not leak details of ongoing Iran negotiations tomorrow…

Kerry sent Netanyahu a warning today not to leak any details of the ongoing nuclear negotiations between the US and Iran, because it might make it harder to get a ‘good deal’ or something…


Kerry: ‘No Guarantee’ We Can Get Iran to Scrap Nuclear Weapons Program

…Kerry declared that the deal he hopes to negotiate with the Iranians will ensure that ”the four pathways to a nuclear bomb have been closed off.”

“[T]hat is the task,” he said. “And we hope it is possible to get there, but there is no guarantee.”…


Poll: Netanyahu’s Support Among Americans Is Up

Nearly twice as many Americans view Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu favorably as view him unfavorably, according to a new Gallup survey…


Update: John Kerry is saying our relationship to Israel is closer than ever… (video)

…Prior to Netanyahu’s arrival, reporter’s asked our Secretary of State, John Kerry, what he felt about Netanyahu’s trip and current U.S.- Israeli relations. According to Kerry, our current relationship with Israel is better now than it was in any other time in history. Pat and Stu took the opportunity to weigh in on Kerry’s words and take the time to provide their opinion on our relationship with Israel at this time, including use of the word “flora.”…



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