Official Facebook page of Fatah, headed by Mahmoud “Peace Partner: Abbas, boasts about leading Palestinians in terror.
“Oh the games people play now/…Never meaning what they say now/Never saying what they mean” – “Games People Play” by Joe South.
Israel more or less won the battle against Hamas, but has a poor of history of fighting the enemy known as “peace talks.”
Representatives of Palestinian Arab factions are in Cairo trying to put together an extended cease fire plan, but the demands are high.
The UN Security Council wants a cease fire now. The focus is on the safety of Gaza civilians, but not Israel's security.
Ban ki-Moon and John Kerry might have some credibility if they would talk peace with terrorists in Syria.
US Secy of State arrived in Cairo tonight to pressure Israel into a premature ceasefire with Hamas.
Not an altogether terrible day for Israel at the UN, given there were no riots or demands that Israel surrender unilaterally.
If this is what Hamas does during a “humanitarian ceasefire,” what is in store with a non-humanitarian ceasefire?
Headed for Cairo this morning to oversee ceasefire agreement, a furious Kerry heads back to Washington.
Egypt is trying to pull a fast one Israel to help itself to regain prominence.
Israelis dodge bullets to become leaders in nearly all fields. Palestinians use aid money to build rocket launchers.
For 20 years, Israel has willingly ignored Palestinian excesses and failed to carry through on threats.
70% of Arabs in Gaza, Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem want to emigrate to western countries. Let them go.
PA Arab leader Mahmoud Abbas demanded Israeli PM Netanyahu condemn Arab boy's murder, after Bibi had already unequivocally condemned it, without the international prodding that Abbas needed.
Likud Beytenu Deputy Transportation Minister Tzipi Hotovely is calling for the death penalty for terrorists who repeat their crimes.
Will the world ever understand exactly what Palestinian Authority terrorism is all about?
“If I shoot you at the same time as saying I renounce violence, that doesn’t really make much sense” – AP reporter
The European Union has condemned the brutal terrorist murder of three Israeli boys but nevertheless urged "restraint by all parties."
Too many jobs are at stake in the State Dept. for Kerry to dismantles the peace process industry.