Ori Nir

Americans for Peace Now

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Spokesman for Americans for Peace Now; former former Washington Bureau Chief for the Jewish paper the Forward and reporter for Ha'aretz, covering Palestinian affairs

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got more than two dozen standing ovations today in his  50-minute address  to a joint session of Congress.

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