The Celebrate Israel Festival on May 31 at Pier 94, slated to be the largest gathering to date of Israeli-Americans in New York.
Last week, after Netanyahu delivered a speech in which he said Jerusalem will never be divided, the State Department released a statement that Jerusalem “is a final status issue.”
This column reported last weekthat the Obama administration wanted to abrogate the 2005 deal on natural growth, according to sources in Netanyahu’s office. Now, Jerusalem officials are concerned Obama may also be looking to backtrack on Bush’s 2004 letter indicating Israel can keep main settlement blocs.
While Olmert’s non-finalized decisions during negotiations are not binding on the next prime minister, documents noting agreements during previous Israeli-Palestinian negotiations have been used at times as starting points in subsequent talks.
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