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"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."
"Your game is not different from ours. Only difference is, If we lose, the consequences are -- immutable. And we’ve had enough of that in our history. So we won’t let that happen again."
The prime minister expressed "deep sorrow" on the death of Border Guard Police Officer Hadas Malka, z'l.
One might think that Arab Gulf states had never offered to improve ties with Israel at all, given this behavior.
President Waqa requested Israel assist Nauru in medical training, water technology, waste management and innovation.
"In contrast to other scenarios that threaten the home front, the basic rule is: Get out of the houses, get out of the buildings. “The safest place is open space.”
"What would happen to this less-than-a-square-mile if we weren't here? It would descend into horrible sectarian violence."
US Ambassador Nikki Haley is expected to visit the Old City of Jerusalem during her visit to Israel.
“London Bridge will not fall,” PM Netanyahu declared. “Together we will vanquish terror.”
This visit to west Africa follows Prime Minister Netanyahu's successful visit to east Africa last year.
Israeli Finance Minister Kahlon, COGAT, Meet in Ramallah with Palestinian Authority PM Hamdallah, Minister...
The confidence-building measures were approved by Israel's Security Cabinet prior to US President Donald Trump's visit to the region.
"No one should teach young boys and girls to hate and to kill... A hopeful future for children in the Middle East requires the world to fully recognize the vital role of the State of Israel."
“I won’t call them monsters because they would like that term, Pres. Trump said. They would think that’s a great name. They are losers, just remember that."
President Trump's visit to Yad Vashem will include the Center's chairman, Avner Shalev, Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, the Prime Minister and his wife Sara.
Netanyahu was told by three of the ministers they had previous commitments and were not willing to cancel the meetings.
Perhaps it was the sword dance in Riyadh that forced Israel’s leadership into reconsidering its welcome at the airport.
“I will discuss with President Trump ways to strengthen even further the first and strongest alliance with the U.S. We will strengthen security ties, which are strengthening daily, and we will also discuss ways to advance peace.”