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EDITORIAL: Benjamin Netanyahu gave us great political theater. He also raised the stakes in his battle with the White House on Iran — and that could be dangerous for all of us.
Instead of mustering arguments to counter Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech, the White House has resorted to childish name-calling, Jonathan Tobin writes.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s case against an Iran deal revolves around 11 core arguments. And Lara Friedman’s got a rebuttal for each and every one.
Netanyahu may have accomplished his goals in Washington, Jane Eisner writes. But his speech raised the stakes for Israel and America — and the results could be dangerous.
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