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The prime minister's visit to Hungary is focused on promoting cooperation between the governments and the private sector, underlining high-tech, autonomous vehicles and new technologies.
"The Jewish State is the one certain guarantee that the Jewish People will never undergo a Holocaust again. Never, ever."
The four Israeli Arab parties who comprise the joint list each issued their own statement, which the Druze community said did not reflect a real condemnation.
Somehow supporters of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) campaign nevertheless managed to politicize Netanyahu’s visit.
Jewish Israelis in Judea and Samaria wonder why their own communities are in deep freeze, while Israel is discussing plans to build thousands of housing units in Qalqilya.
"Rwanda is open for business and we look forward to welcoming private sector delegations from Israel even more frequently in the future."
Prime Minister Netanyahu met with President Kagame last July in Kigali, Rwanda when he visited East Africa.
The envoy was already laying the groundwork last week with a tweet praising a little-known joint Israeli-PA first responders' drill.
MK Rabbi Yehuda Glick, founder and years-long director of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, has remained dedicated to bringing Jews to tour the sacred site.
"But in order to achieve our state, the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem must be a single territorial unit."
“Cyber security is about risk management; at the end of the day, network technology will never be completely secure.”
Taglit-Birthright is a free 10-day educational trip offered to Jewish young men and women ages 18 to 26.
“I request the sides make a final effort, which will not be simple... There is no reason to wait another two days and cause the children unnecessary suffering.”
The measures are being taken to ensure the safety of Border Guard Police who guard the area.
"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.