Israel’s position on Iran shows it to be in concert with the American conservative politicians who have nothing to suggest except “no deal,” allowing a nuclear buildup to continue. (“Israel Facing Agonizing Choice On Iran Deal,” July 17).
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s congressional visit should have alerted him to the stalemate in U.S. politics instead of awkwardly revealing his willingness to expose his own political motives. Israel now has nothing to appeal to and will just have to wait until President Obama signs a bill and give the average American a sense that our ally and beneficiary is willing to meddle without circumstance. Israel should put its brains to the task and get space in U.S. media showing erudition, logic and invention, for which Jews are renowned.
Where are the voices against what Netanyahu has fomented?