This article, by Paul Richter <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Christi Parsons is primarily a general analysis, mentioning Israel only in the last two paragraphs:
"Obama's efforts on Mideast peace could face new challenges after the election if Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu perceives the president as weakened and decides to push back harder against Obama's pressure on him to compromise.
"Netanyahu 'will probably think he's in a stronger position,' said Robert Danin, a Mideast specialist and former State Department official."
Bias. Opinion: These references reflect an opinion that it is Israel which stands in the way of progress towards Arab-Israeli peace, ignoring the reality that the Palestinian Arabs have refused to negotiate and have been totally inflexible and unwilling to compromise.
RatingsFactual Accuracy: 10