This week's meeting between PM Netanyahu and Pres. Obama is also likely to be their last face-to-face discussion about the "two-state solution."
UN Secy-Gen Ban expressed "outrage" at PM Netanyahu's "ethnic cleansing" video, but called PA glorification of terrorists "disgraceful."
Former President Shimon Peres, 93, suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. He is now in an induced medical coma and breathing with a respirator in the ICU.
The group of Al-Haq friendly lawmakers is led by one of the most anti-Israel members of Congress, Betty McCollum, US Representative for Minnesota's 4th congressional district.
On Friday, DOS Press Director Elizabeth Trudeau rebutted Netanyahu's accusation, although a careful reading of her attack on the PM reveals she didn't really answer his main argument.
The president of J Street shared how enraged he is by the fact that groups that work in direct defiance of US foreign policy enjoy a tax-exempt status in the US.
A Russian Foreign Ministry official told Tass on Thursday that Russia is "responding to the appeals of the Palestinians and Israelis."
The timing of the revelation did not escape PA Arab representatives, who have been flooding Israeli media Thursday morning with profuse denials of the charges.
"President Putin offered to meet in Moscow on September 9," Abbas said. "I agreed. I was to fly to Moscow from here (Warsaw) to meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu."
We went looking for those items that best reflect how the report turns facts and figures on their heads to come up with the preconceived conclusion: it's all the fault of the Israeli occupation, and once Israel is out of the picture you'll see how those Palestinians will become Switzerland of the Middle East.
Netanyahu said he was reviewing the Russian President's proposal and the timing of a possible meeting with Abbas.
Liberman attacked the Europeans and the Americans who demand that Israel ignore the Supreme Court ruling to demolish Susiya, but to enforce the same court's ruling on demolishing the Jewish Amona community in northern Samaria.
DM Liberman has reportedly approved construction of a new Arab children's hospital near the Palestinian Authority town of Bethlehem, on Israeli-controlled land in Area C.
Israel's interim head of embassy in Ankara is welcomed with a handshake by Turkish President Erdogan and wishes for success.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan has signed off on the normalization agreement between his country and Israel. Next steps: payment of compensation and exchange of ambassadors.
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.”