PPI’s Irwin Wall speaks to the BBC about Netanyahu’s visit to Congress

PPI’s Irwin Wall speaks to the BBC about Netanyahu’s visit to Congress

Irwin Wall

Irwin Wall

PPI board member, Irwin Wall, was invited by the BBC to comment on  Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Washington. Irwin did an excellent job of  explaining why Partners for Progressive Israel opposed Netanyahu’s  Congressional speech

Listen to the full  conversation below.

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By | 2015-03-03T21:42:11+00:00 March 3rd, 2015|Blog, Podcast, PPI in the News|1 Comment

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  1. Ralph Seliger March 3, 2015 at 11:18 pm - Reply

    Irwin did a good job of representing PPI’s perspective. As for Netanyahu’s speech itself, it was a good performance by the Prime Minister, who is an accomplished speaker. I’m afraid that the enthusiastic reception he received from the mostly Republican audience may well impress voters back home to win him precious votes in the coming election on March 17.

    As Irwin suggested, his speech did not answer how Israel’s (and American) security are improved by stepping away from a deal whose final provisions we are not even privy to as yet, but that surely promises close inspections and defined limitations on Iran’s nuclear development.

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