The relationship between Israel and the United States is a bond of – it’s just a very powerful bond. It was, it is, and will be and will continue to be.
The rules of engagement have become so rigid that governments often straightjacket themselves in the face of unambiguous aggression.
You know, I’m just not going to get into American politics.
The greatest threat facing humanity is a radical Islamist regime meeting up with nuclear weapons.
As far as a nuclear weapons-free zone, you know, when the lion lies down with the lamb, and you don’t need a new lamb every day to satisfy the lion, then we might have this kind of transformation in the Middle East.
I am certain that I speak on behalf of my entire nation when I say: September 11th we are all Americans – in grief, as in defiance.
My level of intervention in the press, trying to control stories, is zero. Subzero.
Israel has, enjoys bipartisan support – both Democrats and Republicans – and we extend bipartisan hospitality to both Democrats and Republicans.
Some will criticize me no matter what I do.
Our policy is very simple. The Jewish state was set up to defend Jewish lives, and we always reserve the right to defend ourselves.