"The 'deal of the century' will not pass and the fate of the land of Palestine will be decided by the Palestinian people."
It remains to be seen how Greenblatt plans to incorporate his clear understanding of the borderline-suicidal policies of the Gaza terror gang into his much touted plan for a "deal of the century."
"Neither side is going to like everything written in the peace plan, and there will be a need to compromise."
Katz argues that his proposed system in effect would revive the Hejaz railway, the Ottoman-era line that connected Damascus with Medina in the Arabian peninsula.
Greenblatt: "Israel and its neighbors continue to find common ground."
Habayit Hayehudi Chairman Naftali Bennett had a few choice words to say to President Donald Trump Tuesday.
"We have the same minds and we have the same hearts," Netanyahu said, adding, "We have the same interests and the same values."
nder past administrations, U.S. ambassadors to Israel have not been allowed to cross the so-called “Green Line” (1949 Armistice Line), nor could they visit Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
At present, Palestinian Authority farmers in Judea and Samaria own and work groves totaling some 18,000 dunams, an exponential increase from the 2,500 dunams they had in 2005.
Shaked is a ball of contradictions, which gives her power and makes her uniquely pan-Israeli.
“The Barkan industrial center is a beacon for coexistence and a model for the future,” wrote Greenblatt. "Today a terrorist shattered that harmony," Friedman pointed out.
"It’s not a state now. It does not meet the customary international [law] test of statehood. It doesn’t control defined boundaries. It doesn’t fulfill the normal functions of government. There are a whole host of reasons why it’s not a state."
Several hours after raising eyebrows with a statement revealing his preference for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, U.S. President Donald Trump expounded on his opinion, stating that while he prefers a two-state solution, any solution would be acceptable as long as it brings peace to the region.
“I like the two-state solution,” Trump said to reporters alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “That’s what I think works best. I don’t even have to speak to anybody; that’s my feeling.” - Oy
"This practice is unconscionable and must stop if there is to be any hope for peace."
The Times interview took place on the 25th anniversary of the Oslo accords.
The Trump administration on Monday announced it is closing the PLO office in Washington, DC, cutting off the Palestinian Authority's ability to maintain its diplomatic mission to the US.
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"All my life I've heard that's the hardest deal to make, and I'm starting to believe that maybe it is. But I will say that if it can be delivered, we will deliver it."
“I really do believe we are going to make a deal. I hope so. It would be a great thing to do.”
It's no wonder the Jordanian response so far has been the Hebrew expression: "moichel toyves" (thanks but no thanks).
The proposed confederation was allegedly presented to Abbas by senior White House advisor Jared Kushner during a meeting that included U.S. special envoy Jason Greenblatt in August 2017.
WAFA, the PA official news agency, had nothing to say about the meeting.
It turns out President Obama's decision to betray Israel at the UN Security Council was in response to President Elect Donald Trump's announcement of appointing David Friedman his ambassador to Israel.
Abbas will use his speech to the United Nations General Assembly next month to announce his categorical rejection of President Trump's offer of the "Deal of the Century."
In June, Ramah national director Rabbi Mitchell Cohen circulated an email vowing: “Ramah camps have not engaged—and will not engage—in any way with IfNotNow as an organization.”