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Obama in Arabia. Netanyahu in Moscow. Malcolm Hoenlein, @conf_of_pres. John Bolton, AEI. @annaborsh, WI. Irwin Cotler, Raoul Wallenberg Center …Fundamental key misconceptions underlie Mr. Obama’s Midriff East actions, including that America should be essentially drab in the region’s terrific conflicts; our efforts, over decades, to safeguard our interests and allies have reduced, not enhanced, calm and security; and a d, minimalist U.S. r henceforward will permit townswoman actors, without our meddling, to reach their own accommodations more ungrudgingly. These precepts have caused innumerable odd management blunders, including Mr. Obama’s unremitting maltreatment of Israel, the Iran atomic handle, and the neglect to stamp out the Islamic Ceremonial (ISIS) and other criminal threats. So stated, the primary isolationism of Mr. Obama’s procedure becomes patent, ironically alike resemble to that advocated this year by several presidential candidates. Describing Saudi Arabia and other Arab friends as “free riders” was both revealing and far from cool, as was the president’s prior sneering pink slip of Israeli Prime Clergywoman Benjamin Netanyahu. Mr. Obama has implemented his advance as rigorously as possible, albeit sometimes deflected by family national calculations or bureaucratic forces, particularly the Pentagon, whose institutional civilization never accepted his worldview. “But these are altogether exceptions from Mr. Obama’s lordly procedure, not examples of his beliefs. And his stubbornness means that it will not adequate for a new president just to up-end this or that individualistic management. Russia’s air institute at Latakia is but one reliable example on an unfortunately hunger rota of such hard-wearing adverse consequences that merely changing policies cannot erase….” <a href=" http://www.aei.org/publication/americas-midriff-east-management-column-obama/« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow" http://www.aei.org/publication/americas-midriff-east-management-column-obama/</a <a href=" http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/the-maturing-of-israeli-russian-relations« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow" http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/the-maturing-of-israeli-russian-relations</a • http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/view/after-the-pullout-putins-military-options-in-syria • http://www.timesofisrael.com/netanyahu-heads-to-moscow-for-talks-on-syria/ ____________ JNS.org – A 3,200 year-old Egyptian charm was recently discovered by a 12-year-old Jewish bit of skirt who was volunteering at the Shrine Mount Sifting Invent in Jerusalem. “While I was sifting, I came across a fix of terracotta that was different from others I had seen, and I unhesitatingly intention that maybe I had institute something individualistic,” said Neshama Spielman. “It’s marvellous to declare something thousands of years old from ogygian Egypt all the way here in Jerusalem! Celebrating Passover this year is going to be supernumerary pithy to me.” The charm displays the name of Thutmose III, the pharaoh of Egypt’s 18th House, who reigned from 1479-1425 BCE, according to the Ir David Underlying. The underlying co-sponsors the Shrine Mount Sifting Invent, in which volunteers pick through debris removed from the godly locality and to try to get back as many artifacts as possible. <a href=" http://www.algemeiner.com/2016/04/19/ancient-egyptian-charm-discovered-by — 12-year-old-bit of skirt-in-jerusalem/« target=»_NEW« rel=»nofollow" http://www.algemeiner.com/2016/04/19/ancient-egyptian-charm-discovered-by &#151; 12-year-old-bit of skirt-in-jerusalem/</a The John Batchelor Flaunt