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State Dept. spokesperson Nauert said in announcing the funding cut Wednesday at a briefing that the $65 million was being withheld but so far, not eliminated.
The U.S. State Dept. had a difficult time explaining what the Quartet has ever accomplished except spending money.
Netanyahu's "humanitarian considerations" are a euphemism for political considerations."
Herzog says he and only he can unite the world to stand by Israel against Palestinian Authority terror.
Kerry called Abbas about "financial viability" of the Palestinian Authority and efforts "to prevent a crisis."
The Obama administration is keeping Israel up to date on talks with Iran for an agreement to contain and supervise its nuclear program despite...
In the PA, "negotiations" means "ultimatum, "agreements" mean broke promises, and what does non-violent resistance mean?
President Abbas has been genuinely committed against violence - John Kerry, March 3, 2014 at AIPAC conference.
The Obama administration is not in love with Israel but certainly is divorcing itself from the Palestinian Authority.
The Israel army continues to do what the Palestinian Authority promised to do.
The State Dept. re-defines “unilateral” and won’t veto a resolution that does not explicitly ”prejudge” outcome of peace talks.
Jen Psaki may have to start looking for another job.
Israelis must not fall into the trap of fear that would mean victory for the enemy.
If the US wants to talk about borders, it can put some around hypocrisy.
Tch-tch. DestroyingTerrorists; property might make the Arab angry.
Psaki is, pardon the word, chicken.
Now Kerry can concenrate on makes problems elsewhere.
The US sends its “condolences” and urges “all parties…to avoid escalating tensions.”
Kerry still thinks Muslim terror in Israel is different from elsewhere.
Kerry might need to find a different spokeswoman who is better at lying.
Barnum and Bailey’s three-ring circus could not have done better.
State Dept. insists the danger of traveling to Israel in the war was greater than that posed by potential Ebola carriers.