I suspect that all the "deal of the century" talk, with its lingering postponements, is so much camouflage.
He promised that President Donald Trump's "deal of the century" would be unveiled this summer.
Greenblatt urged the Security Council to “stop pretending that UNRWA and UN resolutions will somehow solve the conflict."
Greenblatt: "Don’t believe rumors the plan is only economic. It’s not.”
Naturally, the PA's "the moon or nothing" approach continues the catastrophic Arab tradition that began with the wholesale rejection of the 1947 partition plan.
Mubarak challenged President Trump's solution. "Projects, investments and cooperation? But what is the political path?"
A PATV children's program recently taught, "All of Palestine will return to us," while pointing to a map of "Palestine" that includes all of Israel.
She concluded with enough self-pity to drown a small puppy: "I just hope someone can explain this to my grandchildren & all the rest of my family there."
Greenblatt told the UNSC that “the sad truth is that saying the same things, repeating the same tired talking points, but not identifying a realistic way forward, has not and will not lead to peace – Ever!”
Whomever controls Khan al-Ahmar controls the future of a Palestinian State, since the illegal outpost is located smack in the narrowest part of Judea and Samaria.
Suspecting that this is nothing more than a fabrication, released by someone in Israel to test public reaction, we're offering a translation of the document, and, hey, you be the judge.
“We want the Palestinian people’s lives to be better and Israel’s security to be stronger.”
"I think the document . . . is a very comprehensive vision for what can be if people are willing to make some hard decisions."
Smotrich remains forceful and ambitious regarding his expectations of the Likud government, and is planning to demand a lot more than just the Justice and Education portfolios.
The "deal of the century" will compensate local Arabs with billions of dollars in investments in their economic and civic well-being, for the fact that they will remain an autonomous canton, but not a state.
Israeli-American attorney Marc Zell, chairman of Republicans Overseas Israel and a vice president of Republicans Overseas, Inc., on Thursday told Srugim regarding Prime Minister...
Prof. Rubinstein is aghast at last week's election, which he sees as "a continuing shift away from secular Zionism toward religious Judaism."
Kushner: The plan "will require concessions from both sides but won’t jeopardize the security of Israel."
Ramallah is ready for direct dialogue with Israel under Russia’s mediation.
“The economic plan only works if the region supports it. This is a very important part of the overall equation."
Now, you tell me this is not the saddest report about the saddest politician in the Middle East, saying irrelevant, previous-century stuff to a cabinet of moth-eaten stuffed shirts as time passes him by.
Demolishing or failing to demolish Khan al-Ahmar could be the first signal from 4th term prime minister Netanyahu as to whether he is or isn't a true part of the right-wing bloc.
The stunts performed by IfNotNow clowns in their campaign to push their anti-Israel agenda do more to push US Jews into the arms of the GOP than do a hundred presidential speeches.
King Abdullah has made it clear that he thought the plan was dangerous.
If there's one thing Israel must learn from the idea of Land for Peace it is to cease being a satellite of the US, give up US military aid, and seek alliances with more superpowers.