Israelis not sure what to think of Trump White House statement on settlements - Washington Post

JERUSALEM — When the White House cautioned Israel that new or expanded settlements in the West Bank “may not be helpful” in achieving a Middle East peace, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his pro-settlement government appeared to be taken ...

'White House knows settlements aren't an obstacle to peace' - Arutz Sheva

Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely says Jews have the right to build in Judea and Samaria, time has come for alternatives to two-states. Contact Editor. Arutz Sheva Staff, 03/02/17 12:05. Share ...

Netanyahu Heads Abroad, but Can't Escape the Consequences of Amona's Evacuation - Haaretz

When Netanyahu gets back from the U.S., U.K. and Australia, the settlers will serve him a pile of checks to sign; those who think that an indictment of the prime minister is around the corner should look at the probe into opposition leader Isaac Herzog.

Israeli forces detain four Palestinians, summon six others from West Bank - WAFA - Palestine News Agency

RAMALLAH, February 3, 2017 (WAFA) – Israeli forces Friday detained four Palestinians and summoned six others, mostly during predawn raids across the West Bank, said security sources and Palestine Prisoner's Society. Israeli police detained two ...

Trump administration has no official position on Israeli settlements - Kuwait News Agency

WASHINGTON, Feb 3 (KUNA) -- The new administration of President Donald Trump has not yet taken an official position on settlement activity in the West Bank and is looking to continue discussions with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before one ...

Too soon to tell how US statement will affect settlements-Israeli official - Thomson Reuters Foundation

JERUSALEM, Feb 3 (Reuters) - Israel's ambassador to the United Nations said on Friday it was too early to tell how the White House's latest statement on Israel's recent drive to build new homes in the occupied West Bank would affect future building. It ...