White House pressure on Israel shows none of the deference to sovereignty he shows Tehran.
Bibi walked a tricky tightrope in his big speech. But were his concessions enough for Obama?
The severe moral distortions in the Cairo address reinforce Israeli concerns.
Obama's hard line on settlement expansion may have more to do with hurting Netanyahu than with the "peace process."
Ensuring a non-nuclear Iran is Israel's main priority, but for the Obama administration, Palestinian statehood is at the top of the agenda. (Also read Roger L. Simon: Thoughts on the Middle East Chess Game.)
A member of Ahmadinejad's entourage takes sadistic pleasure in shouting "Zionazi!" at the Holocaust survivor. So much for dialogue with Iran. (At PJTV: "Roger L. Simon & Jon Voight Walk Out on Ahmadinejad.")
Why is the mainstream media placing the onus for peace on Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman?
Who are the winners and losers in the newly formed Bibi-Barak government?
Netanyahu's been wooing hard, but a centrist coalition doesn't seem to be in the cards in Israel.
It's official: the Hamas casualty counts during the Gaza war were wild fabrications.
With a failed ceasefire and continuing attacks from Gaza, polls indicate a rightward direction for next week's election.
The rush is on before Barack Obama takes office.
Rockets fall on a retirement home in northern Israel. Who was responsible? (Also read Richard Fernandez: Calling UNIFIL)
A determined IDF moves into Gaza full force with one clear goal: stop the Hamas rocket fire. (Also read Claudia Rosett: Does Ban Ki-Moon Think It's His Job to Help Destroy Israel?)
Despite the drubbing it has received, the terror organization is far from discouraged or deterred.
The man who smashed a four-year-old girl's head on coastal rocks is hailed as a hero.
Another clash between Obama’s public statements and his team's behind-the-scenes activities.
A real transformation or deceptive new packaging?