He failed to mention the arrests and indictments by Israel of an international charity administrator and a UNDP employee, who confessed to directing millions of dollars to Hamas — which is why all those ruined buildings are yet to be rebuilt.
When Netanyahu and Putin spoke on the phone last week, the summit idea was part of their discussion.
Once again the Palestinian Authority turns down a chance to negotiate directly for its own state, this time in Moscow.
A week ago, Putin’s Special Representative for the Middle East and Africa, discussed advancing Palestinian-Israeli peace talks with Abbas in Amman.
Although it's puzzling why Burger didn't tweet in English, or ask someone at the paper's English language website to help him translate, the panicky urgency of the tweet is unmistakable.
It should be noted that the Oslo Accords forbid the participation of terror organizations in PA elections, but Hamas has already set a precedence in 2006.
The same official also told Israel Radio that the PA does not demand that Israel freeze settlement construction as a prerequisite to the Paris conference, but rather the freeze should coincide with the start of negotiations.
According to Liberman, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has been an obstacle to a working solution for the area.
The agreement to normalize ties between Turkey and Israel has gone to a final vote in the Turkish Parliament.
The Gush Katif and Northern Samaria Commemoration Center held a conference on Monday commemorating the eleventh anniversary of Israel’s “Disengagement.”
Another policy resolution that called on the Canada Revenue Agency to revoke the charitable status of the Jewish National Fund of Canada, passed committee by a comfortable margin.
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.