Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to make any big, hard decision to advance or preserve a two-state solution if that decision in any way risks his leadership of Israel’s right-wing coalition, says Thomas Friedman.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to make any big, hard decision to advance or preserve a two-state solution if that decision in any way risks his leadership of Israel’s right-wing coalition, says Thomas Friedman. File photo The Associated Press
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to make any big, hard decision to advance or preserve a two-state solution if that decision in any way risks his leadership of Israel’s right-wing coalition, says Thomas Friedman. File photo The Associated Press

Benjamin Netanyahu makes Donald Trump his chump in Israeli policy

January 05, 2017 06:00 PM