It is easy to list the many things that the relatively new and highly diverse Israeli government cannot do. Example: It cannot advance a peace process with the Palestinians, nor an annexation in the West Bank.
Penny and Peter first met on a kibbutz in Palestine, where they both moved to escape the second World War. They were separated when she moved to England, only to be reunited years later, after he had become a famous singer in Israel.
Ohio’s 11th congressional district isn’t usually a political arena that draws much attention. As a safe blue seat, it hardly ever attracts big names and media headlines, and definitely doesn’t see millions of dollars poured into a primary race.
In an exclusive interview with Moment senior editor George E. Johnson, Israel Prize-winning journalist Nahum Barnea offers fresh insights on how Naftali Bennett, Israel’s new Prime Minister, will govern and why it may be different in both method and substance from his predecessor and from what people may have assumed based on policy positions and priorities Bennett has espoused as a member of Benjamin Netanyahu’s inner circle. Barnea focuses on how President Biden’s long experience and record in Middle East politics presents opportunities for Israel in the years ahead regarding the region and Iran in particular, and why Bennett will depart from Netanyahu’s approach to seeking allies among Americans in general and among American Jews.