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What’s in Tom Friedman’s new anti-Israel ‘peace’ plan?

Columnist Thomas L. Friedman on Saudi Arabia, anti-reform protestors reach out to the United States to help them, and the Israeli Supreme Court weighs whether to abrogate Basic Laws.

In Caroline Glick’s News Analysis this week, she examines:

1. The backstory behind the flurry of U.S. diplomatic activity in Saudi Arabia. What is the Biden administration seeking to achieve in its sudden effort to shepherd a deal between Israel and Saudi Arabia? and what does New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman want Israel to do?

2. The renewed efforts by former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak’s team to mobilize the Biden administration against the Israeli government and what it tells us about the people organizing the assaults on the Netanyahu government.

3. Israeli Supreme Court president Esther Hayut’s decision to adjudicate petitions calling for the abrogation of Basic Laws, which are themselves the source of the Supreme Court’s power.

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