Tag: Benjamin Netanyah

US Secretary of State John Kerry lays out his vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians in a keynote speech in Washington, DC, on December 28, 2016

Jewish Groups Blast Kerry’s Mideast Speech: ‘Filled with Anti-Israel Vitriol’

A number of leading Jewish organizations came out against Secretary of State John Kerry’s Wednesday speech on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, mere days after the Obama administration’s decision to break with longstanding tradition and abstain from voting on an anti-Israel resolution at the United Nations Security Council.

President Barack Obama addresses the United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters, September 20, 2016 in New York City.

U.S. Jewish Groups Slam Obama Administration for UN Anti-Israel Resolution

Jewish groups have come out against the Obama administration’s decision to vote against Israel on Friday by deciding to abstain from voting on a United Nations Security Council resolution calling for a halt to Israeli construction in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem.

World Leaders Address The UN General Assembly

Netanyahu: Obama ‘Failed to Protect Israel Against This Gang-Up at the UN’

The office of Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Friday’s vote at the United Nations Security Council in favor of an anti-Israel resolution, calling it “shameful” and blasting President Barack Obama for ganging up against the Middle East’s one true democracy.