Vice President Biden pushed back against critics who believe the U.S. is caving to Iran.
In a speech Thursday, Biden said the U.S. will always "have Israel's back."
Boehner said he did not believe Iran would ever live up to its side of a bargain.
Netanyahu drew parallels to Nazi Germany.
More than a dozen Jewish groups on both sides of the debate participated.
“It would make no sense for us to essentially not make our case,” Obama adviser says.
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"Israel should be able to defend itself, by itself," the government minister says.
The average person can help slow the centrifuges by reducing his or her demand for oil.
The Palestinian Authority is expected to push for international pressure on Israel.
Netanyahu also warned of a “Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis” that is “very dangerous for humanity.”
It is hard to put a good spin on the Obama administration's dealings in the Middle East.
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Democrats are badly split on geographic and political lines over Iran legislation.
His mistake is in running for president.
The deal with Iran is a game-changer.
If Congress scuttles the agreement, it will be a slap in the face of our partners.
The declassification of a Pentagon document will prove exceedingly awkward for Israel.
Boehner argued that the U.S.-Israeli relationship has been strengthened in recent months.
Corker has concluded the administration wants to get the U.S. out of the Middle East.
As we negotiate with Iran, the Iranians play "good guy, bad guy" with multiple actors.