U.S. Special Envoy Martin Indyk is in Israel for emergency meetings with Israeli and PA negotiators.
A sports broadcaster would have his hands full trying to keep up with Wednesday’s fast-paced frantic Peace Talks Game.
“No I get by with a little help from my friends/Mm I get high with a little help from my friends” – the Beatles.
“Keeping Mr. Pollard on the bargaining table won’t salvage the talks.”
Abbas is the number one candidate for Best Actor of the Year in the Worst Play of the Century
Another bust of a terrorist ring exposes deeper Islamic and Hamas' roots in Jerusalem.
“We are no longer traveling tomorrow,” a senior State Department official said simply. Abbas breached the conditions of his agreement by signing a PA application for membership in 15 United Nations agencies and organizations.
Al-Quds reporter outraged by precedent of releasing Pollard - guilty of espionage, but not murder.
The State Dept. has systematically covered up the truth that the Palestinian Authority teaches incitement against Israel.
Kerry and Abbas are making fools out of themselves.
Can the US free Pollard if he refuses to attend his parole hearing, apparently a protest to being exchanged for terrorists?
Israel’s collective stomach is wrenching over the prospect of massive concessions for Pollard and more “peace talks.”
Kerry met in Jerusalem with Netanyahu for several hours on Monday evening and then again for another two hours on Tuesday morning before racing for a meeting in Brussels.
Incensed PA officials rejected the alternate proposal advanced instead of the prisoner release last Friday by Israel’s government.
Feel sorry for Pollard. He is doomed in jail but would feel doomed if freed in exchange for prisoners and “peace talks.”
The fact that Hamas and Gaza are two words that Kerry never mentions underscores his illusions.
Palestinian Authority rock-throwing terrorists struck again Monday afternoon on Highway 60 Earlier in the day, Arabs on the southern section of Highway 60 between Gush...
Kerry may force Israel to free more terrorist; the problem is he won’t take them with him when he leaves.
The world so much wanted to believe that the fatal bomb blast at the PA office in Prague was accidental. Not so fast.
Israel proposed a new deal to extend the talks with the Palestinian Authority past the April 29 deadline in lieu of freeing a final group of 26 PA terrorist prisoners.
The situation will either be resolved or explode - we just hope that Netanyahu didn't mean that last part literally.
The attack took place against the backdrop of escalating attacks around the capital as final status negotiations wind to a close.
Releasing 30 mass murderers isn't enough. Israel has offered to free another 400, if Abu Mazen would just talk a little longer.
Jibril Rajoub's choice of words may indicate the release is postponed, not cancelled.
The terrorists the PA wants released are among he worst of the worst.