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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Robert Wexler
International sanctions are squeezing Iran's economy but are doing little to dissuade the regime's nuclear ambitions, the top U.S. intelligence officer told Congress on Thursday.
Morton Klein, the head of a major Jewish American group, believes he made an impact on his visit to Washington this week, as public opinion polls in the United States and in Israel show a growing dislike for President Obama and his Middle East policies.
Mr. Wexler on Wednesday told Embassy Row that the Palestinian Authority needs to stop the "poisonous nature of the incitement" against Jews.
"Certainly I agree that the Palestinian leadership, in order to make a successful and strong case for a Palestinian state and to lay a successful foundation for negotiations with Israel, needs to address this urgent issue of incitement," he said.