Will a Palestinian Authority unity government leave thousands of missiles in the hands of terror groups in Gaza? So it would seem.
Families of victims of terror asked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to stay away from Memorial Day ceremonies at Mt. Herzl military cemetery.
Hubris is what propelled J Street through the starting gate; it's also what slammed the door shut in J Street's face.
Senior PA officials continue to threaten members of the Israeli government, high-ranking IDF officers and settlement leaders with “war crime” legal actions in The Hague’s International Criminal Court (ICC).
Obama himself suggested that a break from the process may be necessary.
Sen. Rand Paul introduced a bill to end financial aid to the PA unless it recognizes the State of Israel and abandons terrorism.
Kerry has made such a mess that no matter what he says about Israel or the PA, he is wrong. And he is a diplomat?
Middle East adviser to the White House Philip Gordon says the PA Fatah-Hamas unity deal "isn't necessarily a bad thing."
Kerry: I do not believe nor have I ever said that Israel is or intends to become an Apartheid State.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has collected his marbles and gone home with sour grapes, flinging the "A" word at Israel again.
Even after the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation, Tzipi Livni won't give up on her obsession with negotiating with the Palestinian Authority - "the door is still open."
The Boycott Movement, like the Palestinian Authority, is slowly but surely dissolving itself.
Gaza terrorists have launched another mortar attack on southern Israel, the second such attack in less than 24 hours.
The U.S. has finally tossed in the towel on trying to force the Palestinian Authority to come to the table to talk with Israel.
The last one out of the Peace Talks Cemetery is requested to please lock the gate and throw the key away.
The Palestinian Authority has granted itself its death wish, unless Obama wants to make a death wish for Israel.
The Fatah terror faction has agreed to form a unity government -- again with Hamas.
PA president Abbas, who is about 9 years late for democratic elections, has threatened to dismantle the PA and annul the Oslo Accords. Sounds good to us...
PA President Abbas's refusal to publicly condemn the terror attack that killed Baruch Mizrachi is putting a damper on the parade.
Four Israeli citizens were hurt Thursday in a road terror attack near Tekoa in Gush Etzion.
U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East Martin Indyk is on his way back to the region to revive talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu blamed Palestinian Authority incitement for the terrorist murder of a police officer on Passover eve.
Israeli and Palestinian Authority negotiators are warning each other over what will happen if each walks away from the negotiating table.
The government’s approval of Jews moving into the Hebron building marks a return to a bit of political normalcy.
Card-carrying Israeli citizens in a totally Arab city in the western Galilee already are preparing celebrations for what they expect will be the return...