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There were the inevitable comments about that famous 1996 picture of Prime Minister Netanyahu shaking hands sincerely with the Chairman from Ramallah.
MK Bezalel Smotrich on the need to tell the world about Israel's right to its land. Full text enclosed in addition to subtitles. Recommended for students of history and international law.
The two-state solution does not stand a chance unless the leaders of both sides "are willing and able to make decisions" — and it’s highly unlikely that whomever is chosen to succeed Abbas would be able to make them.
The US aid amount has never been raised in close to 40 years, even though the current value of that annual package would have been $10.48 billion.
The draft refers ten times to Al-Haram Al-Sharif, exclusively using the Islamic term for Temple Mount, without any mention that it is the holiest site in Judaism.
Read the transcript and watch the video of the Israel portion of the Sanders-Clinton debate.
Liberman has a plan to fight assimilation which will strengthen the Diaspora and increase Aliyah
Here is the latest jihadist history lesson: Israel killed Yasser Arafat because he refused to sign an agreement at Camp David in 2000. Islamic Jihad...
Whether Robert Malley will be the most anti-Israel person on Secretary of State John Kerry's foreign policy team may be a tough call, but he sure will fit right in
The statement, made by Mohammed Morsi in an interview with Fars News Agency published Monday, seems to contradict comments he made in his televised victory speech, where he offered a vague assurance that he would "preserve international accords and obligations."
Mohamed Saad el-Katatni quoted as saying that Camp David accord "needs reevaluation".
Recent news reports identifying Robert Malley as one of Barack Obama’s foreign policy advisers took the Monitor back a few years, to the summer of 2001 when the previously obscure Malley was suddenly popping up all over the place, castigating Israel for the collapse of the Camp David talks in 2000.
One reading Deborah Sontag's front-page article in the July 26th issue of The New York Times could well understand the calls one hears lately for Jews to suspend their Times subscriptions over its outrageous coverage of the Middle East. Ms. Sontag's piece is transparent revisionism which well serves the seeming omnipresent effort to shift the blame for the collapse of Camp David from the Palestinians to something systemic to the Middle East conflict. It almost seems that Ms. Sontag and others now hawking the same line are following a scenario scripted by Arafat lieutenants intent on minimizing Israeli concessions at Camp David and thereby set the stage for the next phase of negotiations.