The misuse of statistics by the Palestinian Authority has afflicted Israel and its supporters with an unwarranted mix of pessimism and fatalism.
Among the Jewish respondents, only 4% strongly believe in peace between Israel and the Palestinians. 16.1% believe it moderately. 35.4% moderately do not believe it. 41.1% do not believe it at all.
US Secy of State John Kerry tries to keep the dying embers of talks alive with the PA in Paris.
Erekat has raised the flame under his attacks on Israel for its audacious killing of Arab terrorists, looking to link it in the Europeans' minds the horror Arab terrorists are inflicting on their civilian population.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister said his country is offering Russia a substantial bribe in return for pulling its support for the Assad regime.
Rajoub condemned a successful peacebuilding event between Israeli and Arab youth sponsored by the Peres Center for Peace as a "crime against humanity."
The State Dept. announcement completely ignores the Israeli government's effort on behalf of Israeli Arabs in Jerusalem
The Georgia Democrat who called Israeli Jews "termites" quickly apologized for "poor choice of words," but not for his other remarks.
The Palestinian Authority leader has failed to govern his people to nationhood and now hopes to rip it by force from history 100 years old.
The annual Arab League summit's agenda includes combating terrorism and the ongoing civil wars in Libya and Syria.
Demonstrators in Cairo again have burned the Israeli flag but this time they were contained by Egyptian government forces.
Trump was booed at his AIPAC appearance last December when he refused to commit on moving the US embassy to Jerusalem.
With so much peace and love, how could Israel refuse entry to Shifa al-Qudsi who merely asks Israel to continue her unconsummated suicide bombing through non-violent action?
Turkish energy officials met in Gaza with Hamas over the increasing power outages that plague the enclave.
During a press conference he described Israel’s relationships with Egypt and Jordan as “the cornerstone of stability in the region” and “critical assets for our countries.”
UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon is unhappy with everyone: Israel, Ramallah and Gaza, when talking about the Middle East.
The Republican party doesn't match the anti-Israel party portrait peddled by so many for so long.
The grownups have prevailed, apparently, at the 2016 democratic platform committee.
AIPAC’s success in weakening the 2012 pro-Israel language left some Republicans angry.
The proposed GOP plank on Israel calls support for Israel "an example of Americanism."