The PA met with resistance from all sides.
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely called the UNESCO-sponsored resolution another “shameful and deceitful attempt” to rewrite history, adding that “the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in Jerusalem are the cornerstones of Jewish history. They are historical facts no one can dispute.”
Adoption Day of Nuclear Iran Deal: "all economic and financial bans against Iran" will be removed.
Israel has rejected out of hand a draft proposal by France to internationalize the Temple Mount.
Anti-Israel demonstrations are growing louder in Europe, and now France wants to internationalize the Temple Mount.
"This reprehensible act is yet another example of the escalating violence in the region [but] all sides [must] respect the sanctity of all holy sites."
Iranian parliament approved document very different from the JCPOA - it calls for ending sanctions and ending Israel's nuke program.
Iran's parliament has voted to approve the nuclear IranDeal.
The Palestinian Authority is ruled by anarchy, Israel has no choice but to kill or be killed, so the U.N. will gallop in next week on its horse called the "peace process."
Ladies and Gentlemen, I bring you greetings from Jerusalem. The city in which the Jewish People's hopes and prayers for peace for all of humanity have echoed throughout the ages...
Bibi: Enough with the UN's Israel bashing obsession!
"It's unbearable to imagine how four children watched their parents murdered..."
It was Netanyahu's 44 seconds of silence, symbolizing the world’s silence in the face of Iranian threats to annihilate Israel.
The Palestinians have refused to end the conflict and make a final peace with Israel.
The Middle East Quartet does not realize its notes are flat and reveal how tone-deaf are its members.
The office of the Prime Minister charged that Abbas does not intend to reach a peace agreement.
Abbas also faked out Israel by saying that no agreements are valid if Israel does not agree to his interpretations.
Iran is ready to help “bring about democracy” in Syria and Yemen. Rouhani also a bridge in Brooklyn he's selling.
Palestinian leader Abbas won't drop a "bombshell" in his UN speech this week but blames the US for it.
Putin said, "We need to respect the interests of Israel, but are concerned about it's [Israel's] attack's on Syria."
The Prime Minister also will meet with John Kerry and Jewish leaders.
Obama was vehement about the need to replace Syrian president Bashar al-Assad, while Putin insisted removing him would be a wrong move. Obama suggested Putin’s engagements in both Syria and Ukraine has been damaging to global instability.
Kerry and Zarif hold joint press conference - Kerry eager to please and Zarif solely focused on the prize.
Russia's Pres. Putin and US Pres. Obama are set to meet at the UN General Assembly but their agendas appear to be quite different.
Iran is demanding new concessions on the nuclear deal that everyone thought was all sealed up. Surprise!