Read and pass along Bill Kristol's editorial titled Netanyahu's Moment. Here's how it ends:
"Though Netanyahu will of course focus, as he should, on the details of a
possible Iran agreement—the speech will be a moment that points beyond
the particulars of an Iran deal. It will be a moment that could cause us
to reflect on what kind of people we are, and, with new leadership,
what kind of deeds we might once again be capable of.
"As it will be a moment of vindication for Zionism, the cause to which he
and his family have dedicated their lives. In past episodes of Jews’
being consigned by the world to their fate, they were powerless to
fight. And so the world (and not a few Jews) became accustomed to Jews’
playing the role of victim. On March 3, something remarkable and
historic will happen. The prime minister of Israel, speaking on behalf
of not only his country and millions of Jews, but on behalf of the West
itself, will command the world’s attention as he declares his refusal to
appease the enemies of Israel and the West. Both Jabotinsky and
Churchill, both Ben-Gurion and Truman, would appreciate the moment."
I feel the same way. This is a momentous occasion, and it's about time people see what real leadership is like.