Trump clearly said, 'As far as settlements, I’d like to see you hold back on settlements for a little bit.'
This full transcript includes the full text of the US President's remarks and also the entire Q&A session.
Two couples, old friends, find themselves squarely in the public eye round the clock for the next four years -- at least.
The CIA director was in the Middle East last week shuttling between Riyadh and Ankara prior to his meeting in Ramallah.
The prime minister spoke of an "historic opportunity" to advance peace together with Arab nations in the region.
Live streaming was enabled for the joint news conference held by Pres. Trump and PM Netanyahu at the White House.
A White House official said the US won't impose any "solution" on Israel or the PA: it will support a deal reached together.
This is not the first time these two have met; but it's likely one of their most important meetings.
The windshield of the bus was smashed by a large rock hurled by one of the terrorists.
'A two-state solution that doesn't bring peace is not our goal that anybody wants to achieve.'
The Messiah can't be too far away, if Yishai Fleisher was invited by the Gray Lady to explain how Israel can remain Jewish and democratic without the two-state solution.
President Rivlin emphasized there are "no separate laws for Israelis and for non-Israelis."
"President Trump and I see eye to eye on the dangers...but also on the opportunities," Netanyahu said.
Friedman was described by Al-Monitor as 'an Orthodox Jew who wears a yarmulke' (God help us).
"Congress is willing to hold hearings about other options for the Israel-Palestinian story other than the two-state solution."
Like it or not, the president's response downgraded his view on the settlements from 'not an impediment' to 'impediment.'
If you haven't figured out how a two state solution is actually four states, or how the Palestinian state includes no Jews, but the Jewish State includes Palestinian....
The Adelsons are having dinner at the White House with America's First Couple and a source says Israel is on the agenda.
PA's Abbas told French Pres. Hollande, "If the colonization continues, I would have no other choice; it would not be my fault."
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.