The old adage that it’s better to give than to receive rings especially true during the holiday season. Now, along comes the relatively new phenomenon of “Giving Tuesday,” the charitable world’s answer to the shopping-centered Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
With an interim accord on Iran’s nuclear program now a done deal, there’s legitimate dismay and fear in the pro-Israel community that Iran got more than it gave and this will not lead to the dismantling of Iran’s nuclear weapons capability.
After the weekend talks in Geneva between world powers and Iran failed to produce an agreement, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he felt the Obama administration was pursuing “a very bad and dangerous deal.” And he may be right.
Although rumors have been flying for weeks, the Israeli Foreign Ministry has confirmed to the Exponent that the future of the Israeli Consulate to the Mid-Atlantic region, which serves six states, but first and foremost our area, is being debated.