After the White House made clear it is exploring options that could potentially damage Israel in an end-of-term move, the WSJ asked, 'Does Mr. Obama want to be remembered as the President who criminalized Israeli citizenship?'
After Israel announced it would build more homes for Jews in Shiloh in Samaria, the White House and State Department both condemned Israel for establishing a new "settlement," but the accusation is false and only proves that the Obama administration is biased.
As Israel faces a growing missile threat, and while Congress has approved additional funds to help Israel defend its citizens against future rocket and missile attacks, has President Obama decided to abandon the Jewish State?
After the Obama administration opened a Twitter account to explain the Iran nuclear deal and take questions from the public, United with Israel asked its followers to contact the White House and ask the tough questions.
During his visit to Israel, John Boehner, Speaker of the US House of Representatives, together with Prime Minister Netanyahu, emphasized the strong US-Israel alliance and common threats facing both nations.