Two scenarios – even more violent Arabs in the territories and a PLO that's shopping around world capitals for an independent state – represent the essence of media criticism of President Trump's threat to cut aid to the Palestinian Authority.
"The US decided to support Israel’s claims and rhetoric of an exclusive 'Jewish capital,' over the inclusion and respect that a city important to the three monotheistic religions should have," Abbas claimed, ignoring the fact that when the holy city had been under Arab rule, from 1949 to 1967, Jews were completely banned from their holy sites.
The kibbutz, which on the eve of Passover, 2008, suffered the worst bombardment by mortar shells since the Israeli disengagement from Gaza (they insisted on celebrating the seder at the kibbutz dining hall), is expecting that "turning into a mixed kibbutz will facilitate growth and development."
After Sunday's anti-Semitic protest in New York's Times Square in which protesters openly called for the massacre of Jews, it is no surprise that a brainwashed Islamist tried to commit a suicide bombing.
According to a Friday night report by the Washington Post, President Trump, who has a lot on his plate this week and next, became "agitated and exasperated" at his staff's overly cautious approach to the Jerusalem embassy issue.