Ari Ratner

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CNN Opinion asked a range of contributors to assess the impact of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress. The opinions expressed in these commentaries are theirs.

Obama administration fumbled

The Obama administration effectively has had a six-week public tantrum as it tried to stop Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from addressing a joint meeting of Congress. Now we know why. Netanyahu destroyed the administration’s argument in favor of signing a nuclear deal with Iran.

We’ve continuously heard from the Obama administration that no deal is better than a bad deal. Anyone watching Netanyahu’s speech with even the slightest objectivity was, at the very least, left questioning whether this is that bad deal.…  Seguir leyendo »

Sundown Friday marks the beginning of Passover, the commemoration of the Jews’ emancipation from enslavement in ancient Egypt.

This year Passover falls on a day of enormous significance in the struggle for freedom in modern Egypt — April 6. That date is synonymous with the April 6 Youth Movement — formed in 2008 and named for the date of a planned strike to support Egyptian workers — that became the backbone of last year’s Tahrir revolution that toppled Egypt’s most recent pharaoh, Hosni Mubarak.

As Jews sit down for Passover Seder, the coincidence of these dates should remind us that — on this night and all others — the struggle for freedom in Egypt is one deeply linked to our own as Jews.…  Seguir leyendo »