Ambassador to Israel David Friedman: 'It's Not if, but When' Trump Will Move Embassy to Jerusalem - Breitbart News

United States Ambassador to Israel David Friedman said it is not a matter of “if, but when” the Trump administration will move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a recent interview. “The embassy will move,” Friedman told host Erick ...

The Current Situation: Israel, The Palestinian Territories, and the Arab-Israeli Conflict - ReliefWeb

For 70 years, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has affected the Middle East landscape and defied the international community's peacebuilding efforts. Tensions escalated after the most recent negotiations collapsed, spurring additional violence ...

Participants Share Opinions of Peace Efforts, Ways to End 50-Year-Long Occupation, as International Media Seminar ... - Reliefweb

VIENNA, 5 October — The 2017 International Media Seminar on Peace in the Middle East opened in Vienna today, with journalists, diplomats, academics and civil society representatives sharing views on the status of peace efforts, ways to end the ...

Was Abbas' endorsement of one-state solution plea or ploy? - Al-Monitor

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas ended his UN speech with an assurance that the "inevitable" freedom coming for Palestinians may take the form of a single-state solution. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas addresses ...

Threats to Supreme Court test Israel's democracy - New Jersey Herald

FILE - In this May 14, 2014 file photo, Israeli border police officers stand guard as a house is demolished in the Wesk Bank Jewish settlement of Maaleh Rehavam, after Israel's Supreme Court ruled that the land the houses were built on belong to ...

Optimism for New Year - Atlanta Jewish Times

The September Peace Index survey examined Israelis' views on their personal situations and national affairs. October 6, 2017, 12:37 pm 0. Email; Print; Share · Birthright Opens Eyes to Israel's Value 1. Newsroom. Email the Newsroom · Facebook · Twitter ...

Cozying up to Israel: A short-sighted Arab betrayal of Palestinians - The New Arab

Comment: While Arab leaders pursue ties with Israel for their own self-interest, popular outrage will eventually turn the tide in favour of the Palestinians, writes Ali Adam. Tags: Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Arab-Israeli conflict, Binyamin Netanyahu ...

Analysis | Threats to Supreme Court test Israel's democracy - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

JERUSALEM — Israel's Supreme Court, widely seen as a guardian of the country's founding democratic principles, is facing fierce pressure from political hard-liners who are challenging what they see as the court's overreach and liberal slant. The ...

How Kurdish independence underpins Israel's plan to reshape the Middle East - rabble.ca

Palestinians and Israelis watched last week's referendum of Iraq's Kurds with special interest. Israeli officials and many ordinary Palestinians were delighted — for very different reasons — to see an overwhelming vote to split away from Iraq. Given ...

The October Arab-Israeli War of 1973: What happened? - Aljazeera.com

Forty-four years since the October war in 1973, Israel still occupies Palestinian territories and Syrian Golan Heights. 06 Oct 2017 08:49 GMT |. Listen to this page using ReadSpeaker. To catch Israel off guard, the Egyptians and Syrians decided to ...

Only by Replacing the Nay-sayer Can Trump Foster a Deal - Haaretz

Mahmoud Abbas, Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu. AP /Evan Vucci, AFP / MANDEL NGAN, Olivier Fitoussi,. Trump to UN chief: Netanyahu proving more difficult than Abbas in peace efforts · Opinion In Israel's eyes, no Palestinian struggle is legitimate.

Netanyahu scoffs at Erdogan's claim that Mossad had role in Kurdish vote - World Tribune

Israel and Mossad were not involved in Kurdistan's independence referendum, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Oct. 1. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Turkish President Recep ...

My Turn: Report from Israel - Sunbury Daily Item

I spent Rosh Hashana with my wife's family in Jerusalem. Her nonagenarian parents, who were participants in Israel's emergence as a nation, sat at one end of the long table. Next to them, her brother displayed a bowl containing the head of a fish ...

The Israeli people has a 'deep, natural, longstanding' sympathy for the Kurdish people - European Jewish Press

“I understand why those who support Hamas want to see the Mossad in every uncomfortable place, but Israel had no part in the referendum of the Kurdish people, apart from the deep, natural, longstanding sympathy of the people of Israel for the Kurdish ...