Another autocratic U.S. ally in the Arab world faces a non-violent challenge.
On Wednesday, Obama said his staff was preparing a "full range of options" for action.
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Israel must act now to conclude an agreement with Palestinians.
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The Obama administration cast its first UN Security Council veto.