‘Bout dang time.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is refusing to pen an op-ed piece for The New York Times, signaling the degree to which he is fed up with the influential newspaper’s editorial policy on Israel.
In a letter to the Times obtained by The Jerusalem Post on Thursday, Netanyahu’s senior adviser Ron Dermer – in response to the paper’s request that Netanyahu write an op-ed – wrote that the prime minister would “respectfully decline.”
Dermer’s letter came a day after NYT columnist Thomas Friedman wrote that the resounding ovation Netanyahu received in Congress when he spoke there in May had been “bought and paid for by the Israel lobby.”
The words of a Democrat CongressCritter™:
Steve Rothman (D-New Jersey):
“Thomas Friedman’s defamation against the vast majority of Americans who support the Jewish state of Israel is scurrilous, destructive and harmful to Israel and her advocates in the US,” Rothman said. “Friedman is not only wrong, but he’s aiding and abetting a dangerous narrative about the US-Israel relationship and its American supporters.”
Hey, somebody’s waking up a bit.
Now then, Congressman Rothman, about all these Totalitarian ‘nudges’ you’ve been backing to the hilt the past few years……
Israel Survival Updates
Everything I need to know about Islam I learned at the age of 13 on September 5th 1972.
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Tool up…… It’s coming…… You know…… “It”.