Israel has the right to define the areas where it imposes its law, and it will be its choice, when the time comes, to include only those Arab communities that are not connected geographically to the Palestinian Authority.
'We do not know who Minister Liberman has been talking to, but from our sources, it is clear that the policy of the Trump administration has not changed.'
Say what you will about Russian diplomats, they know their English Lit.
Israeli and Palestinian Authority negotiators are warning each other over what will happen if each walks away from the negotiating table.
Security forces finished demolitions in Gush Etzion before debate ended over a restraining order to stop them.
Either the IDF has privately admitted it goofed or Netanyahu is scared of Jordan when he needs him most.
"If Hamas is to play any role in a Palestinian government, it must accept these basic requirements."
MK Motti Yogev (Jewish Home) is calling for Israelis to "come out of their indifference."
Netanyahu finally has learned to repeat the same and telling points over and over: Abbas must view Israel as a Jewish state and Obama must see that a diplomatic solution in Iran requires a military threat.
A "call for young people" has gone out over the Internet in Arabic via the Twitter social networking site, accompanied by a picture of an Arab teen hurling a rock.
The greatest insult of the Kerry speech – and there were many – was his line: 'Does anyone here really believe that the settlers will agree to submit to Palestinian law in Palestine?'
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
Israel's PM Netanyahu is set to travel to Moscow next week to discuss the impact of Syria's crisis on Israel and the region.
The increasing number of Jerusalem Arab terror plots is scarier than the “peace talks.”
"President Sadat took a bold step, he came to the Knesset; he came to Israel. He was welcomed by the entire nation."
Jordanian elements have also been deeply involved in the incitement against Israel in Jerusalem.
The Oslo Accords state that the Palestinian Authority is committed to stop all incitement. Kerry last week openly warned Israel of a new intifada. On the other hand, the US did not commit itself not to incite.
The Vatican officially recognized the Palestinian Authority on Wednesday as a new Arab country
Every US “peace process” mediator has failed. Martin Indyk is next in line. He has said Israel must cede the Temple Mount and the PA must give up the “right of return.” If he succeeds, expect war.
The Rabbinical Congress for Peace (RCP), comprising over 350 prominent Israeli rabbis, has sent a letter of support and encouragement to Defense Minister Moshe...
But Netanyahu “did not present the United States with specific annexation proposals, and in any case the United States did not give its consent to the proposals.”
"We believe calm and security will create the best opportunity to return to dialogue and the pursuit of peace."
The IPF is a passel of peaceniks comprised of billionaires and heiresses and a felon, oh my!
The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
“If we can make peace between the Palestinians and Israel, I think it’ll lead to ultimately peace in the Middle East, which has to happen,” Trump insisted.