Suddenly, the prime minister of Israel found himself facing an American president who is focused on his objective. A president who shakes his finger at the PM and says: Mr. Netanyahu, in order to hit Iran I need an agreement in Palestine. The time for evasive maneuvers has run out. It’s either peace now, sir, or you will pay now. When Salam Fayyad, the most moderate and pro-American prime minister the Palestinians ever had, and will ever have, declared in Passover that soon his people will celebrate the establishment of their new state, which will be recognized by the world and by Israel with Jerusalem as its capital, it was Barack Obama who spoke from Fayyad’s mouth. Both of them share the same vision. Now Netanyahu understands. Now he needs to either make a decision, or go home.