Abbas' Fatah party Facebook page tells the truth about terrorism and the “peace process.” It posted a picture of three notorious female terrorists, each one a ”master of the world.” Now let’s talk peace?
"In a final resolution, we would not see the presence of a single Israeli - civilian or soldier - on our lands."
Every US “peace process” mediator has failed. Martin Indyk is next in line. He has said Israel must cede the Temple Mount and the PA must give up the “right of return.” If he succeeds, expect war.
The negotiations announcement came after Israel promised to release 104 Palestinian prisoners with Jewish blood on their hands.
Kerry and Livni have a lot in common. They both talk a lot and say nothing; they love themselves; and they are celebrating their return to diplomatic stardom. They may be “stars for a day.”
Kerry finally has tripped over himself, bared his not-so-hidden agenda and stated that the Palestinian Authority is a country. Asked later about the slip of the tongue, he asked, “Did I say that?”
It took Netanyahu several hours to win a respectable majority in the Cabinet to capitulate to Abbas' demand and approve the release of 104 terrorists in order to allow the renewal of direct talks in Washington on Tuesday.
The Israeli cabinet approved a bill that would require a referendum on any deal with the Palestinian Authority that would involve relinquishing sovereign Israeli...
Sandy Bloom of New York and her husband Dov of Pittsburgh suffered for years from burns in a deadly 1988 terrorist attack on a bus. Now they are suffering from the thought of the terrorists being freed.
Netanyahu threw a sugar pill at the Cabinet by proposing a change in the Basic Law for a national referendum before giving Israeli land to the PA. The Cabinet is contemplating swallowing the bitter pill – freeing terrorists.
Israel is to free 104 terrorists so Kerry can take the credit for the resumption of “direct talks,” but what will be on the agenda? Peace? Recognizing Israel? No. The PA will talk about a timetable for talks.
Naftali Bennett, Economy Minister and Jewish Home party chairman, wrote on Facebook Saturday night, “Terrorists should be killed, not released. All my life I...
One is immediately reminded of how Rabin and Sharon stacked the deck, to push through legislation and decisions that wouldn't otherwise have passed.
Following is the text of an open letter to the citizens of Israel from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ahead of the proposal to resume the diplomatic process, that will be submitted to the Cabinet tomorrow (Sunday, 28 July 2013).
Netanyahu says freeing terrorists is unjust, is against public opinion, and is painful. So why do it? Because it is in the “interest of the State,” meaning John Kerry is in charge of Israel’s security.
The 104 terrorists slated to be released by Israel have blood of many men, women and children on their hands.
It’s time again for Israel to turn the other cheek and express “goodwill’ to Abbas and love for peace by freeing terrorists who turn the other cheek to humanity and express their love by barbaric murders.
A Mina Tzemach poll results publicized yesterday, indicate that most Israelis don't have much hope for the current Peace negotiations.
The PA’s all-or-nothing position years ago robbed itself of enjoying Israel’s superhighway. Now it refuses train lines that would propel economic growth. Why? Because it would help those awful settlers.
Kerry can come out smelling sweet and let Israel and the PA blow up next week’s return of the ghost of direct talks Then he could end the travesty. But he wants to stink up the place with a decayed corpse of the peace process.
Referring to the new EU ban on products from Judea and Samaria, Nasrallah asked “Why haven't you designated Israel as a terrorist state?”
JERUSALEM – While a beaming Secretary of State John Kerry celebrated the announced resumption of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks by enjoying a cold beer on his flight from Israel to Washington, there seemed to be some disagreement on the Palestinian side about whether there had even been an agreement to restart the talks.
Palestinian Authority (PA) Minister of Religious Affairs Mahmoud Al-Habbash, in a sermon attended by PA President Mahmoud Abbas on the day that renewed peace...
Dahlan is pushing an assortment of lawsuits in various European courts.
Says promised referendum is a deception.