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Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu Fact Sheets
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Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu

In light of today’s meeting at the White House between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the IMEU offers the following fact sheet, Five Questions President Obama Should Ask Prime Minister Netanyahu.

on November 9, 2015
Extremism & Incitement to Racial Hatred: Senior Israeli Officials in Their Own Words Fact Sheets
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Extremism & Incitement to Racial Hatred: Senior Israeli Officials in Their Own Words

The IMEU offers select quotes from senior Israeli officials expressing extremism and incitement to racial hatred towards Palestinians, migrants, and other citizens and residents of Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.

on October 23, 2015
Fact Check: Netanyahu’s 2015 UNGA Address Fact Sheets
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Fact Check: Netanyahu’s 2015 UNGA Address

With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu having addressed the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday, October 1, 2015, the IMEU offers the following fact check on claims made in his speech.

on October 1, 2015
Benjamin Netanyahu: Putting “an End to the Oslo Accords” & the Two-State Solution Fact Sheets
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Benjamin Netanyahu: Putting “an End to the Oslo Accords” & the Two-State Solution

For more than two decades, Benjamin Netanyahu has played a central role in the failure of the US-sponsored Oslo negotiations process and the two-state solution that it’s predicated on. As he boasted to a group of Israeli settlers in a candid moment caught on video in 2001 following his first term as prime minister (1996-1999): "I de facto put an end to the Oslo Accords.”

on October 1, 2015
In Their Own Words: Senior Israeli Officials on the Palestinian Question Fact Sheets
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In Their Own Words: Senior Israeli Officials on the Palestinian Question

The IMEU's latest fact sheet summarizes the views of senior officials in the new extreme Israeli right-wing government towards the Palestinians, in their own words.

on May 27, 2015
An Angry White House Vows to Confront Netanyahu, But Will It End Key U.S. Support for Occupation? News Roundup
Democracy Now!

An Angry White House Vows to Confront Netanyahu, But Will It End Key U.S. Support for Occupation?

The White House says it is re-evaluating its policy toward Israel following Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rejection of a two-state solution. Administration officials have openly criticized Netanyahu for vowing no Palestinian state during his tenure and warning supporters about a high turnout of Arab voters.

on March 24, 2015
Does Netanyahu Really Support the Two-State Solution? Fact Sheets
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Does Netanyahu Really Support the Two-State Solution?

The following fact sheet provides a history of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's views on the two-state solution, which has been the foundation of US and international efforts to make peace in the region for decades.

on March 24, 2015
5 ways Obama can ‘reassess’ US-Israel relations Op-Eds & Analysis
Josh Ruebner, The Hill

5 ways Obama can ‘reassess’ US-Israel relations

The White House is understandably livid with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who, in a desperate bid to retain power, won Israel's election last week by laying bare the racism and colonialism at the heart of Israel's policies toward Palestinians. To pander to an increasingly nationalist and intolerant voter base, Netanyahu admitted that Israel's colonization of Palestinian land is designed to constrict Palestinian growth, renounced his lukewarm support for Palestinian statehood and engaged in race-baiting against Israel's Palestinian citizens.

on March 23, 2015
What It Feels Like to Be a ‘Demographic Threat’ to Israel Op-Eds & Analysis
Yousef Munayyer, The Nation

What It Feels Like to Be a ‘Demographic Threat’ to Israel

I am a demographic threat. I am a demographic threat; I am the son, grandson and father of demographic threats; and I am the husband of demographic spillover. I am a Palestinian citizen of Israel, and this is the language that the State of Israel, its leaders and its elites have sanctioned within their discourse to refer to me and to millions of other human beings.

on March 20, 2015
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