"Erdogan should not preach to us; he bombs Kurdish villages in Turkey, imprisons journalists, helps Iran evade international sanctions and helps terrorists attack innocents in Gaza and other places."
The group wants to reverse 50 years of liberation and bring back to holy city its reality of the 1950s and '60s, when foreign tourists used the Mandelbaum Gate crossing to walk through the barbwire fence that divided Jerusalem.
A new, spacious highway connecting Jerusalem and the Israeli city smack at the center of the "west bank" will spell the end of the PA's hopes for a contiguous Palestinian State.
With the longevity of Arab leaders who pay official visits to the Knesset in Jerusalem set at about four years, one could read Kara's tweet to be on the morbid side.
Israeli officials are saying that Trump and his administration have not yet decided who is the obstacle to the negotiations – Israel or the PA.
'Never has there been a national independence movement that has refused an independence offer on the grounds that it does not include all the territory the movement seeks.'
Erekat was condemned in the past for praising the assassin of Israeli Minister Rehavam Zeevi and for paying a condolence visit to the family of a PA Arab who opened fire at an IDF check post.
The Americans have known about the law for several months.
In recent days, the Regavim movement discovered heavy machinery belonging to the PA paving a highway along the old Turkish railway tracks, as well as constructing new buildings near the old Turkish railroad station.
"On the existing map, we can preserve our interests, so that there will not be a bi-national state."
The military arm's spokesman said that "the weapon of resistance is the legitimacy guaranteed by all international laws, to defend the right of the Palestinian people in the occupied territory."
Corker was one of the key supporters of the Taylor Force Act that cuts US economic aid to the Palestinian Authority until they cease payments to terrorists
The level of satisfaction with the performance of Abbas stands at 31% and dissatisfaction at 65%.
The Israeli plan, formulated under American pressure, is to help the Trump administration put pressure on Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to moderate his speech at the UN General Assembly.
Referring to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Smotrich said: 'Never will there be an Arab state between the sea and the Jordan.'
"Mahmoud Abbas will be 92 a decade from now. Israel will not intervene in his replacement, but we will certainly expect changes."
Even though almost 55% of respondents believe the peace process should be resumed, some 80% believe it is dead.
Seeing as Abbas' Fatah is simply unable to carry out those eloquent suggestions of Trump's envoy, perhaps the US would be willing to send ground forces to forcibly reinstate the PA as the legitimate government of the Strip.
The US Consulate—rather than the US embassy in Tel Aviv—said the US-run talks are the best way to reach a comprehensive peace agreement.
State Department Spokeswoman Heather Nauert slaughtered some sacred cows on Wednesday.
With things being as bad as they are for President Trump, we should probably be looking forward to his speedy replacement by a tried and true friend of Israel, Vice President Mike Pence.
The meeting will be the second one under the coordination mechanism.
"It is our view that, after seven years, Mr Blair's achievements as envoy are negligible, even within his narrow mandate of promoting Palestinian economic development."
UPDATE: The Prime Minister's Office ordered MK Oren Hazan to go home and after Hazan had already arrived at the Allenby Bridge...
The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.