Both pieces of legislation bring hope to the right-wing lawmakers who have been pushing them stubbornly but with little success over several years.
"We expect an appropriate response, we are not ready to go back to rocket launches and balloon terrorism that don't receive a response."
"The San Remo Conference is maybe the most unknown conference in Israel."
As long as US liberal Jews and AOC are getting along, we won't make a fuss.
"Beyond the safety hazards that accompany unauthorized electrical connections without any supervision, this move constitutes making permanent the illegal construction in the area."
When Rabbi Madmoni's son, Shlomo, went back to collect the few precious objects from the Shiloah synagogue, he was murdered by his former Arab neighbors.
Instead of fighting a losing battle against Middle East normalization, the Palestinian Authority now hopes to mobilize the new friendly-with-Israel Arab states to pressure concessions from Israel.
Biden will not reverse the embassy move – it's there to stay. He will not mess with US military aid to Israel. But he just has to win Michigan in November.
The dire need for Israeli sovereignty has nothing to do with the two-state solution, but with the safety of an estimated 3,000 Jewish homes which are once again in jeopardy.
"We knew in advance that this man can finagle all of us. He invented a cosmic trick – how to swindle everyone all the time."
Having stabbed his colleague on the left, Netanyahu turned to welcome his guest properly.
It was a protest exhibit against the coming application of Israeli law in the Jewish settlements of Judea and Samaria.
“We do not flinch at the critics or the questioners, but we must beware of those who silence the conversation. We must not prevent questions, doubts or criticism from any political side.”
The current prime minister outlines Israel’s five biggest challenges: rebuilding the economy; preparing for a second wave of the coronavirus; security and defense; the threat of the International Criminal Court; and applying Israeli law to the Jordan Valley and Judea and Samaria.
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman believes that applying Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria can take place in a matter of weeks. In a special interview, he dismisses the Left's criticism, saying, "We have doubled areas A' and B' and reassures the Right it will only have to contend with a Palestinian state "if the Palestinians become Canadian."
Much remains unclear as to how Israel will progress with the implementation of this plan.
The congressmen began their tour on the “Heritage Trail” in Beersheva, where they learned about the biblical Abraham and the ties of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel.
"If Israel’s government continues with steps to annex the West Bank, the U.S. should make clear that none of our aid should be used to support annexation," Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) told the New York Times in a recent survey of candidates' policy positions.
The 150 soldiers and police officers demolished two, count them, two, structures, one of which had been home to a young couple and their baby.
The heads of councils in Judea and Samaria were elected democratically, but their power stems from the defense ministry.
Sadly, this expression of boundless patriotic joy remained a tiny island of light in an otherwise dark sea of doubt, misgivings and outright hostility – and that's Israeli Jews.
The fact is, the world is not interested in innovative peace plans, they don't want to read them and they certainly don't wish to appear as if they support it.
While the plan is currently being offered by Israel's greatest friend in the White House, ever, we must wonder how things would look like under, say, President Bernie Sanders.
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"As usual, we have come to carry out the strengthening of our Land of Israel! Not talk. Deeds."
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo opened the conference by announcing that the United States is “disavowing” the 1978 Hansell Memorandum, a State Department memo that claimed Israeli settlements violate international law.
"We are certain you'll go down in the history of the Jewish People for eternity as the man who stood on the front lines, unafraid."
There were strong reactions to the expected US declaration on the legality of Jewish settlement activity in Judea and Samaria.
The plan, which includes a $283 million expansion of the road connecting Jerusalem and Gush Etzion, aims to "end the current isolation of Judea and Samaria ... so that the area is just like any other region in Israel," according to the Transportation Ministry.
Efrat Council Chairman Oded Ravivi said this move "must be followed with the application of Israeli law in Judea and Samaria."