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EMET is Deeply Concerned with the P5+1’s Announcement of a “Framework Agreement” with the Islamic Republic of Iran

EMET is Deeply Concerned with the P5+1’s Announcement of a “Framework Agreement” with the Islamic Republic of Iran Which Seems to Showcase Future Western Concessions to Iran While Also Giving the Iranians More Time to Produce Nuclear Weapons and Threaten the World 

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EMET Outraged Over Allegations of Israeli Spying

EMET Outraged Over Allegations of Israeli Spying

(Washington, DC March 24, 2015) The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) today expressed outrage at a report in Monday’s Wall Street Journal that Israel has allegedly “spied” on the United States to obtain details of the impending nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran and have “leaked these details to our American policymakers.”  Not only is there no proof that these allegations are true, but these charges are being used to obscure the dishonesty and bad faith of the Obama administration’s continuing and increasingly unhinged campaigns against Israel and in favor of Islamist Iran or Palestinian terrorists.

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EMET Commends U.S. Court for Finding the Palestinian Authority Guilty of Terror Attacks that Have Killed and Wounded Americans, and Reiterates its Call for a Cessation of American Aid to the PA

EMET Commends U.S. Court for Finding the Palestinian Authority Guilty of Terror Attacks That Have Killed and Wounded Americans, and Reiterates its Call for a Cessation of American Aid to the PA

(Washington, DC February 24th 2015) Today, the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) congratulates the American plaintiffs who succeeded in persuading a Federal jury to hold the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) liable for terrorist attacks that killed and wounded Americans, and again calls upon the U.S. Government to cease any financial support to the PA. 

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Emet Condemns President Obama’s Increasingly Unhinged Campaign to Embarrass and Defeat the Prime Minister of Israel, the U.S.’s Closest Ally in the Middle East

EMET Condemns President Obama’s Increasingly Unhinged Campaign to Embarrass and Defeat the Prime Minister of Israel, the U.S.’s Closest Ally in the Middle East

(January 29, 2015, Washington, DC) Today, the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) condemned the Obama administration’s increasingly unhinged campaign to embarrass and defeat the re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, who is the leader of our most dependable ally.

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EMET’s Sarah Stern Expresses Dismay That Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Has Failed to Grasp the True Meaning of the Menendez-Kirk Legislation

EMET’s Sarah Stern Expresses Dismay That Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Has Failed to Grasp the True Meaning of the Menendez-Kirk Legislation

(Washington, DC January 22, 2015) Today the Endowment for Middle East Truth announced that it is disappointed and shocked that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton fails to grasp the meaning of the Menendez-Kirk legislation.

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EMET is Gravely Concerned by the Intimations and Nuances of President Obama’s Accusation to Senator Menendez and Demands Clarification and an Apology

EMET is Gravely Concerned by the Intimations and Nuances of President Obama’s Accusation to Senator Menendez and Demands Clarification and an Apology

(January 19, 2015, Washington, DC)- Today, the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) deplored President Obama’s echoing of a classic anti-Semitic slur while attempting to cast aspersions on the courageous actions of his fellow Democrat, Senator Robert Menendez. EMET also called on President Obama to immediately apologize to his fellow Democrat.

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EMET Applauds U.S. Congressmen for Condemning the Palestinian Authority’s Bid to Join the International Criminal Court

(January 5, 2015, Washington, DC) – The Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) today applauded U.S. Congressmen for their criticism of the latest actions by the Palestinian Authority (PA) to undermine the peace process in the Middle East.

On Tuesday, December 30, 2014, in blatant disregard for the PA’s Oslo-era promises to resolve any differences with Israel through negotiations, PA President Mahmoud Abbas tried unsuccessfully to have the UN Security Council force an Israeli-Palestinian pact on his terms by a set deadline. When he failed in this attempt, the very next day Abbas applied for standing at the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate alleged Israeli war crimes in Gaza last summer, an action which is also a violation of the Oslo Accords.

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