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Israel, Palestinian Officials Meet Again in Jordan

Third meeting in Amman yields agreement to meet again.

Fatah-Hamas Reconciliation on the Rocks

Recent round of tension triggered by Hamas' “inadequate and humiliating” refusal to permit Fatah officials to enter Gaza.

Supreme Court Pres. To Scuttle Appointee Deal

Israeli Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch will allegedly renege on an agreement she made with members of the panel of nominating judges, and support Sephardic former-Attorney General Menachem Mazuz to the court, rather than nationalist-leaning Jerusalem District Judge Noam Solberg.

Israeli medical residents agree to return to negotiations

Israeli medical residents, who have been on strike for months, with many of them going as far as tendering their resignations, have agreed to return to the negotiating table today.

Fatah and Hamas approaching reconciliation agreement

Agreement terms to be published after Cairo meeting next week.

A Nation Held Hostage

With Sgt. Gilad Shalit safely returned in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian terrorists and murderers, celebration – propelled by wishful avoidance – spread throughout Israel.

Israel, Egypt And Palestinian ‘Demilitarization’: Some Unseen Perils Of Treaty Law

I am a professor of international law. In my columns, therefore, I focus from time to time on distinctly legal aspects of Israel's foreign relations. Nonetheless, I am always deeply attentive to examining these particular aspects within a genuinely realistic geopolitical or geostrategic context.

After Fatah-Hamas Reconciliation The Endless Futility Of Israel’s ‘Peace Process’ (A Column in Five...

At the end of April 2011, the Palestinian Authority, Fatah and Hamas reached a formal reconciliation and unification agreement. At that time, Hamas leader Mahmoud Azhar carefully noted the still-unchanged Hamas platform - "no recognition of Israel, and no negotiation." To be sure, this refractory position will become the de jure and/or de facto position of Fatah as well.

City Of David: Jerusalem’s Core

As we continue to focus on our Holy City of Jerusalem as the make-or-break issue in the bid for an agreement with Fatah-Hamas, it is important to note how the Arab and left-wing side of this dispute views Jews living in eastern Jerusalem.

Fatah/Hamas Means No More Concessions To Abbas

Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority and Hamas, which controls Gaza, have formally signed a unity agreement.

Poll: Israelis Doubt Abbas, Support Settlement Construction

JERUSALEM - A pre-Rosh Hashanah New Wave poll commissioned by Israel's Channel 10 TV News found that Israelis are not only skeptical about the renewed peace process, they are demanding that Prime Minister Netanyahu renew settlement construction throughout Judea and Samaria when the building freeze comes to an end later this month.

Still No ‘Peace Process’ For Israel (Part I)

The more things change, the more they remain the same. From its imperiled beginnings, from the plainly one-sided inception of Oslo, the so-called "Middle East Peace Process" never gave Israel a chance. Widely animated by a distinctly lascivious Arab will to exploit the agreement in order to hasten Israel's incremental elimination, a Final Solution to the Israel Question, it remains, even today, little more than an enemy Trojan Horse. Ironically, from the standpoint of current U.S. and other national foreign policies, the "Peace Process" is now routinely characterized as a road map.

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

 For the past week, Hamas's official television network has broadcast Islamic prayer services live from Jerusalem's Temple Mount, WorldNetDaily has learned.   Nightly, Hamas's Al Aksa...

An Apology

Dear Ann, I got a lot out of your article on line, relating to how to deal with a toxic person...

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

Palestinian negotiators drafting an agreement behind the scenes with Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's office have made clear they will not accept any final peace...

Polish Leaders In New York And Israel

Last week, President Lech Kaczynski of Poland visited Israel, where he participated in many events in support of Israel and the Jewish community in Poland.

Letters To The Editor

Saving Lives    Cheryl Kupfer is not only a great columnist, she has a heart of gold. When I recently submitted a piece on a...

The Sound Of Silence

Silence is assent, or so the saying goes. Yet, in today's world, does someone's silence mean agreement?

The Disengagement Deal

On the eve of the unilateral Gaza withdrawal, Ariel Sharon explained his action to the Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot:

A Non-Nuanced Middle East Peace Plan

In the October 7, 2004 issue of The New York Review of Books, Rob Malley, who was part of the U.S. team at Camp David, reviewed Dennis Ross's book on the peace process (The Missing Peace) and came to a conclusion very different from Ross.

Understanding The Sharon Plan

Since he was elected three years ago, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has expressed skepticism that a permanent settlement with the Palestinians is possible, and has instead sought an interim agreement.

Second Thoughts? An Interview With Shlomo Ben Ami

Shlomo Ben Ami was Israel's foreign minister under Ehud Barak and served as the lead Israeli negotiator at the Camp David summit in 2000.

In The Matter Of The United States Of America Against Abu Abbas

The Palestinian Authority's call for the United States to release captured Achille Lauro thug Abu Abbas is not only the height of cynicism but is also a virtual declaration that they are free to target anyone and anything, at a time and place of their choosing, in the name of Palestinian nationalism.

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