Hundreds of Israelis gathered in impromptu demonstrations of solidarity in the squares of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and many lit candles in honor of the victims. Israel's leaders were quick to express sympathy with the American people and sent condolences.
In a seemingly endless string of offensive and biased statements, Wallstrom again accused Israel of extrajudicial killings of Palestinian terrorists and called for an international probe. Israel’s Foreign Ministry strongly rejected the allegations, calling her accusations “irresponsible and delusional.”
A day after the European Union voted to label products originating from Judea and Samaria, which infuriated Israelis across the political spectrum, the US administration came out in support of the EU position.
“When it comes to Israel’s security, there is no opposition,” Israeli opposition leader Member of Knesset Isaac Herzog (Labor) said Monday at the General Assembly of The Jewish Federations of the North America (JFNA).
While the European Union demonstrates unfair bias against Israel and is working to label products produced in Judea and Samaria, most Israelis across the political spectrum are furious over the decision, considering it a gift to terrorism and anti-Semitism.
Israelis are united in opposing the nuclear deal with Iran. Across the political spectrum, the citizens of Israel agree with PM Netanyahu that overnight the world has become a much more dangerous place.
There is no daylight among Israel's leaders and especially between Israel's governing coalition and its opposition with regard to the Iran nuclear deal. Israelis across the political spectrum oppose this bad deal.
After three months of creative and controversial campaigns that pitted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu against The Zionist Union's Isaac Herzog and Tzipi Livni, Israel finally has a winner. Now comes the hard part - cobbling together a coalition.