The IDF issued a statement following the operation: We will not tolerate any attempt to harm Israeli sovereignty.
"Our roots trace back to here . . . Not far from here the Children of Israel entered the Promised Land."
“We want peace; we want a genuine peace ... we will not conduct negotiations with a terrorist organization in diplomatic disguise."
Hamas responded that "Greenblatt's statement and the demand for a Palestinian unity government to recognize Israel and renounce violence came under pressure from the right-wing government in Israel."
Nebenzya reminded both the US and Israel of Russia’s proposal to host a summit of Israeli and PA state leaders – which was, most likely, the point of the entire exercise.
Senator Cruz's resolution proposes that the Senate condemns any past, present, or future efforts at UNESCO to delegitimize Israel through attempts to rewrite and deny the history of Jerusalem.
The European activity in Area C is illegal and unilateral, seeking to boost the PA's claims on Area C show up the Civil Administration as being irrelevant.
PM Netanyahu vowed in an address to establish a parliamentary committee to investigate NGOs "that operate against Israeli soldiers."
EU mantra: “All settlement activity is illegal under international law, and it undermines the viability of the two-state solution and the prospect for a lasting peace.”
"It's time to tell the truth . . . At the moment there is no budget, and there is much that yet remains to be accomplished during the course of 2018.”
"The evidence demonstrates that Open Society funding contributes significantly to anti-Israel campaigns in three important respects."
Last month, Gal-On, the first director general of anti-Zionist NGO B'Tselem, was spared a vote to oust her from the chairmanship in her party's national convention.
Only 16 out of the 63 institutions for higher learning in Israel enable students serving in reserve duty the opportunity to attain academic credits for material they missed on account of their reserve service.
What turned him around, he confessed, was the way his own extremist brothers (and sisters) were treating him for being gay.
An AP news report suggested that the man who sold the land to these unsuspecting Jews in the late 1990s, Abd Allatif Hassan Sumarin, had been dead since 1961.
"This is a tool that was made to dominate women for the sake of reproduction."
Some frank exchanges were reported about Shoigu's meetings with PM Netanyahu and Minister Liberman, and they were all about the Iranian threat to Middle east peace.
Should Kurz form a right-wing coalition with the Freedom Party, Austria would join Hungary’s Viktor Orbán and Poland’s Law and Justice government in pursuing tough policies on borders, refugees and migration.
Ankara has also been gradually slowing down its agreed-upon normalization of the diplomatic relationship between Turkey and Israel.
Austria's Chancellor-elect said he is interested in “developing the friendship and links” with Israel, and is happy to visit soon.
The phenomenon of "Intermediary Days of Construction" is common in the Arab sector, which takes advantage of the fact that building inspectors leave are on vacation during the three-week of Jewish festivals.
The Jericho project will increase by about 10,000 the number of homes connected to the local wastewater treatment plant, which was built with Japanese assistance.
This process introduces an intriguing outcome whereby, should the bill become a law, Netanyahu may want to call new elections to benefit from the new shield provision of the new legislation.
“I do not call on the Palestinian people how to resist, but certainly support any struggle that will not harm civilians.”