“We were on the verge of an agreement” with Olmert, the PA official said, “but eventually he had to resign over corruption.”
Jordan says the country complied with its international obligations by allowing the security officer to leave.
"All parties need to engage in creating an environment conducive to peace-making while affording the negotiators and facilitators the time and space they need to reach a deal."
"Government opposition to the Palestinian Authority policy of paying salaries to convicted terrorists ought to be self-evident."
UPDATE: The Prime Minister's Office ordered MK Oren Hazan to go home and after Hazan had already arrived at the Allenby Bridge...
"There may be no solution, but it's one of the problem sets that the president asked us to focus on. So we're going to focus on it."
Camp leaders took down all the flags for Shabbat, "since there is no peace and also to relieve the sadness and anger that some feel."
Kerem Shalom Crossing is on the southern Gaza Border, and open Sunday through Thursday from 8 am to 5 pm.
The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
Jordanian elements have also been deeply involved in the incitement against Israel in Jerusalem.
"We believe calm and security will create the best opportunity to return to dialogue and the pursuit of peace."
Gush Etzion would be annexed, and Israeli-Arabs in Wadi Ara will become Palestinian Authority citizens instead.
"When Jewish blood is being spilled... raise the flag of settlement in the Land of Israel."
The family of the terrorist from Maxim's restaurant has earned tens of thousands of dollars in payments for her crime.
The issue at stake was whether or not Israel is the sovereign in all of Jerusalem, and now the Netanyahu cabinet has confirmed unmistakably: We Are Not.
In the fall of 1996, after then Prime Minister Netanyahu had ordered the opening to the public of the Kotel Tunnel, PA Chairman Yasser Arafat called for a violent response--on grounds very similar to the case being made today by the Arabs, namely Israeli sovereignty.
Meanwhile, Minister of Transport Yisrael Katz announced he intends to demand that the death penalty for the terrorist who carried out the attack in Halamish that resulted in the murder of a Jewish father and his two children.
Greenblatt joined the Quartet in discussing concerns over the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza and current efforts to resolve the crisis.
Well before Donald Trump even descended the Trump Tower escalator to announce his run for the presidency, Israel was already working on those plans, thank you very much.
Is the PA Chairman made of Teflon? You bet. Because Mahmoud Abbas represents the dying hope for a two-state solution, so he can kill and maim as many innocent Gazans as he wants.
Gaza residents talked about peace and the economy in their meeting Wednesday with Greenblatt, and how they see their own situation.
The coaches said they're looking forward to traveling together to the United States so they can compare coaching techniques with their American counterparts.
The PA fear that accepting the American ambassador to Israel at the meetings would undermine their independent diplomatic status with the American administration.
Monday evening marked the start of the 17th of the Hebrew month of Tamuz, -- the destruction of Jerusalem and both First and Second Holy Temples.
Greenblatt arrived Monday to continue efforts to "try to achieve a lasting peace for Israel and the Palestinian Territories."