The man whose blinders have contributed to the current violence now says he will return "soon" to "try to work to re-engage."
PM Netanyahu told US Secy of State Kerry on Saturday that Palestinian Authority leaders are behind Israel's current wave of terror.
The Muslim narrative of anarchy that played out in Iraq, Tunisia, Yemen, Egypt and Libya is going to destroy the Palestinian Authority, not Israel.
The Palestinian Authority is ruled by anarchy, Israel has no choice but to kill or be killed, so the U.N. will gallop in next week on its horse called the "peace process."
PM Netanyahu has canceled a state visit to Germany due to the tense security situation at home in Israel.
Alert Border Guard Police foiled a attack by a Palestinian Arab when they noticed him toss away a box-cutter before reaching the checkpoint.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has suddenly begun to dial back his anti-Israel inflammatory attitude and remarks.
The New York Times' editorial Thursday uncharacteristically criticized Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Bibi: Enough with the UN's Israel bashing obsession!
El-Sisi realized he delinked "Palestine" from Mideast peace. Now he walked back his statement.
Obama finally understands: "There are no simple answers to the changes that are taking place in much of the Middle East and North Africa."
One version is that report that John Kerry didn’t want Abbas and Netanyahu to meet without his presence. Another version is that Abbas is playing games - again.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is refusing to speak with Israel's PM Netanyahu over tensions at the Temple Mount.
Five Israeli Arab MKs travel to meet with Jordan's King Abdullah II regarding the disturbances on the Temple Mount.
PM Netanyahu tells UN's Ban Ki-moon Israel is committed to "strictly" maintaining the status quo at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Saudi Arabia is raising the issue of violence at the Temple Mount with the United Nations Security Council.
Israel's PM Netanyahu is set to travel to Moscow next week to discuss the impact of Syria's crisis on Israel and the region.
Israeli PM Netanyahu tells British PM Cameron he is ready to resume direct negotiations with the Palestinians with no pre-conditions, immediately.
Four years after its abrupt closure in the face of a savage mob, Israel’s embassy in Cairo reopens for business.
A PA official said everything will change after Abbas’s speech at the United Nations later this month.