Netanyahu said that it was the US's demand to freeze settlements that prevented the meeting of the Department of Planning in the Civil Administration.
Palestinian violence? Israel's fault. No peace in region? Israel's fault. Just don't spoil the lunch by mentioning incitement.
No unity today for the Fatah and Hamas terror groups trying to form a single government in the Palestinian Authority.
Last week an Islamist group rallied at Al Aqsa mosque, calling to erase 'Jewish filth' at the Temple Mount.
Former defense minister says American involvement in negotiations pushes Israel, Palestinian Authority apart, slams Livni, Netanyahu, Lapid
Just two days after the Pope visited Bethlehem, there was a fire in the Church of the Nativity. Coincidence?
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday evening in a passionate Jerusalem Day address never to divide Israel's capital.
Two Knesset members are set to propose annexation of Jewish blocs in Judea and Samaria.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman hit back after calls from foreign leaders for a "thorough" probe of PA rioters' deaths.
While the UN had designated it for an Arab state, the Arabs did not accept the idea, choosing instead to make war on the newborn state of Israel.
An attempt to persuade Univ. of Washington to divest from Israel failed Tuesday in 'Rachel Corrie country.'
The Palestinian Authority is hoping to use the upcoming visit by Pope Francis as a political pipebomb.
Now Hamas is being given a strategy for making acceptable its unalterable hostility towards the Jewish state.
IDF soldiers fought their way through gunfire and Molotov cocktails to arrest suspected terrorists in Samaria.
Six Arab protesters were arrested Tuesday on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem after they harassed Jews on the site.
Israeli MKs from Likud and Labor plan to submit a bill allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City.
Will Obama really give Israel "time out"?
It seems that just about everyone wants Justice Minister Tzipi Livni to leave the coalition.
Yossi Beilin, John Kerry, Tzipi Livni and Mahmoud Abbas all in London together at the same time. Should we be worried?
The Washington Free Beacon is reporting that Martin Indyk spent a half hour bashing Israel over drinks, and then met Ehud Barak.