Arutz Sheva: “If he’s not the greatest Prime Minister that Israel’s ever had, he’s certainly one of two. In the United States he is enormously popular. I don’t think [the indictments] have had an effect on him in the United States…or in most of the world.”
“Look at his accomplishments, with respect to the United States. I don’t think there’s another Prime Minister who could work so closely with our president the objectives that he has achieved: recognizing Jerusalem as the capital, moving our embassy to Jerusalem, the recognizing the sovereignty over the Golan Heights, closing down the terrorist PLO office in Washington, cutting off American taxpayer dollars to PA terrorists who kill Israelis.”
Levin called the charges against Netanyahu an “attempt to try and destroy a sitting prime minister while he’s accomplishing a lot of things; while he’s facing the Iranians, while he’s building the economy.”
“Who really cares if the American Jewish Left like or dislike Netanyahu? I don’t really care. The American Left is very similar to the Israeli Left – they’re out of their minds.” more …
Opinion: The BPT News rule of thumb. Before deciding an important issue, look at who is for, and who is against.
Anti-Semitic Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) says she hopes Israel does not re-elect Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu because his “existence” is problematic
Omar also continued to champion the anti-Semitic Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement which is designed to destroy Israel pic.twitter.com/bIWvuPQHDx
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) September 15, 2019
Two secular Israeli leaders who made disastrous decisions come to mind:
1967: After a miraculous victory in the 6 Day War General Moshe Dayan decided to give the Jordanian Waqf control of the Temple Mount in exchange for peace that never came. read more
2005: Ariel Sharon decided with the help of George W. Bush to give Gaza to the Arabs in exchange for peace. Rockets began firing from Gaza the same day. read more
BTW, Netanyahu’s opponent, Benny Gantz, is a secular liberal.