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If the bill passes, it may put an end to the Supreme Court's guillotine hanging over the settlements.
Will the Israeli Supreme Court grant the residents the three months needed to prepare their new homes?
President Trump refused to provide conclusive answers on the two questions that could illustrate the difference between the Obama and Trump Administrations' decisions regarding Israel.
Netanyahu shared his recent phone conversation with the new US president, saying Trump 'spoke about Iran's commitment to destroy Israel. He spoke about the nature of this nuclear agreement and the danger it poses.'
Prime Minister Netanyahu underscored the warm relations and long history Israel has with Togo when he met with Foreign Minister Dussey in Jerusalem.
The PM noted that he got two-thirds of the Congress to support him, which 'I can't get in our country.'
There is hope for change with a new president entering the White House but it is the Israeli government which must act to abandon the “two-state solution,” if it truly wants peace! Joshua Hasten is joined by Rabbi Joseph Gerlitzky on Israel Uncensored.
A source inside the Trump White House reportedly stated that the new Administration has no inclination to intervene in Israeli policy, or to thwart the sovereignty legislation.
'This ruthless regime continues to deny you your freedom. It prevents thousands of candidates from competing in elections. It steals money from your poor to fund a mass murderer like Assad.'
Netanyahu objects to annexing Ma'ale Adumim at this point, because he is weary of offending the new president by taking for granted his approval to such a sea change.
Isaac Herzog said that 'recently there has been a certain attempt to dim Peres' peace doctrine; his faith in the two-state vision and [his efforts to achieve] a comprehensive peace with our Palestinian neighbors.'
The opposition bill was submitted against a backdrop of growing expectations that Israel's police will soon recommend to the state prosecution to open criminal procedures against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
For the first time ever, a number of settlement leaders have been invited to a US presidential inauguration.
In 1994 US envoy to the UN Madeleine Albright insisted on a paragraph-by-paragraph UNSC vote, to edit out language saying Jerusalem was occupied territory.
PM Netanyahu says he's not going to Davos this year, cancelled an appearance at a Knesset Committee meeting and said he's busy working to prevent another UNSC resolution.
Netanyahu thanked America and Congress for it's support.