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."
The Israel Electric Corporation agreed to build four power substations for the Palestinian Authority.
The envoy was already laying the groundwork last week with a tweet praising a little-known joint Israeli-PA first responders' drill.
'I could not support the resolution two years ago. It was too simplistic,' Mennonite World Conference president Nelson Kraybill said, speaking in support of the motion during comments at the microphones.
Last February, facing a serious challenge to his nomination from members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee who are allergic to comparisons to things Holocaust, coming from the right or the left, Friedman bowed down and kissed the PC ring.
"It is about time that decision-makers make room on the table for other proposals that might actually work."
"But in order to achieve our state, the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem must be a single territorial unit."
'The immediate significance of the new route is an increase in the amount of smuggling, including weapons, prostitution, illegal aliens, and the export of Palestinian women to the Bedouin population for polygamous marriages.'
A senior PA official said Abbas refuses to meet the US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman because of his well documented support for the settlements, for which Kushner and Greenblatt rebuked the Chairman during their meeting.
Despite repeated requests by the settlers, Netanyahu refused to promise that tenders would be released in the next construction beat in September, because of his agreement with the Trump Administration. New construction plans are approved four times a year.
'In light of sizeable gaps, lack of trust, and an absence of readiness for serious compromises from the Palestinian side, and the fact the Palestinian Authority is unable to provide an effective response to terror threats, it is difficult for me to envision the possibility of reaching a political agreement in the coming years.'
Mahmoud Abbas will never take any deal, no matter how sweet, because "there is no way he will allow himself to go down in history as the person who gave up on the 'right' of return."
Bennett suggested that 'the greatest threat, at a practical level, is Hezbollah,' recalling how, "from a relatively small group in the 1990s, they grew into a monster.
"The US officials and Israeli leadership underscored that forging peace will take time and stressed the importance of doing everything possible to create an environment conducive to peacemaking."