Kerry warned Israel faces a new intifada if it does not choke itself to death. A lone PA terrorist, on cue, killed a soldier, and everyone screams ‘Third Intifada.’ It won’t happen – unless Kerry continues to incite.
“E-1” is a red line in the Abbas-Netanyahu chess match of who can stay out of being cornered in the blame game. The Housing Ministry moved the E-1 pawn out front. Netanyahu pulled it back. Maaleh Adumim gets rooked.
"Our friend, the U.S. government, forced us at the time to agree to the Gaza elections, and the result was: Hamas took over."
Netanyahu quipped bitterly last night: "I suppose Iran is building those ICBMs in order to launch medical isotopes to the Iranian patients orbiting the Earth."
Kerry's gloves came off last week, now former legal counsel to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs removed his. The difference? The Israeli's speech sans gloves are steeped in law and fact.
The Oslo Accords state that the Palestinian Authority is committed to stop all incitement. Kerry last week openly warned Israel of a new intifada. On the other hand, the US did not commit itself not to incite.
The Israeli-based SodaStream company will be back at the Super Bowl in February after its controversial commercial at the last game. The company, which has...
Women of the Wall Vice Chair Batya Kallus serves as an adviser to Sikkuy, a signatory to the Haifa Declaration calling for the abolishing of the State of Israel.
Yachimovich warned that it's obvious the Americans "are sick and tired of us, and they're saying very harsh things."
J Street blaming Israel for failure to achieve peace with the Palestinian Arabs and blaming groups opposed to easing sanctions against Iran as the reason Iran may acquire nukes, is entirely consistent with J Street's "pro-Israel, pro-peace" tagline
A mother and two children in the car were injured by the firebomb attack.
A terrorist opened fire at a hitchhiking post in the Shomron. A fast-acting soldier killed the terrorist.
Sodastream, the popular Israeli carbonated drinks company, has announced that it will kick off its 2014 advertising campaign with a $4 million Super Bowl...
Tel Aviv University’s Israel Democracy Institute released its monthly Peace Index Poll on Monday, revealing that only 25 percent of Jewish Israelis believe that Israeli-Palestinian...
She has no backing inside the government, nor does she enjoy a popular mandate to promote her own position.
What, you thought the Administration was leaving these talks up to the two sides? What is this, a Bush White House?
Tzipi Livni is far more flexible on Jerusalem that Netanyahu's man at the talks.
The PLO is threatening to go to the UN Security Council over Israel’s announcement on Sunday of tenders to build new homes east of the "green line."
The Palestinian Authority negotiators made a pitch for a Got Talent show and quit in protest over Israel’s plan to build homes for Jews. Abbas played his role to the hilt and refused the resignations.
The Gaza front heats up again. The IDF killed two terrorists in a combined land-aerial counter-terrorist maneuver. Hamas targeted soldiers with mortar shells. Heavy fighting continues.
The only good news about media ignorance is that the bigger lies newspapers create, the brighter will be the light of truth what the lies eventually come apart.
Israel frees terrorists as a building permit for homes for Jews. Abbas should be happy because he thinks new homes will be turned over to the PA. But he has to cry. It’s part of the script.
What do these events have in common? 1: Settlers burned Arab trees in Gush Etzion; 2: The IDF assaulted an Arab driver near Hevron; 3: IDF bulldozed Arab land near Shechem. Answer: Media reported them, and they are lies.
Citing attacks by settlers on Palestinian olive groves, he said, “We also strongly condemn settler violence.”
It wasn't just the idea of a high ranking police officer ordering his men to be ruthless against Jewish civilians, it was also Shahar's lowbrow language, replete with curses.