I predict that when the Obama administration is over, we will still continue to hear John Kerry bloviating about how Israel is the reason there is no peace.
TEL AVIV – In a dramatic development following the Paris peace summit on Sunday, the United Kingdom refused to sign a joint declaration calling for a two-state solution, saying the document may „harden“ the Palestinian stance for negotiations.
TEL AVIV – Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem as per President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign promise is a „provocation“ that would result in „serious consequences,“ France warned at Sunday’s peace summit in Paris.
TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday reiterated the claim that Israel has “unequivocal” evidence of the Obama administration’s involvement in orchestrating the anti-settlement resolution passed by the UN Security Council last month.
TEL AVIV – If President-elect Donald J Trump makes good on his promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, it would be considered “a declaration of war” on all Muslims, the Palestinian Authority’s supreme Sharia judge Mahmoud Al-Habbash declared on Friday.
TEL AVIV – Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday for disavowing the UN Security Council’s resolution condemning Israeli settlement activity as a „flagrant violation of international law.“
TEL AVIV – Congressional Republicans are moving quickly to denounce the United Nations for its recent Security Council resolution deeming all Israeli settlements as „flagrant violation[s] of international law.
TEL AVIV – A member of the Israeli cabinet on Wednesday slammed the countries that supported the anti-settlement resolution at the UN Security Council, saying that Israel was betrayed by the very nations that asked it for assistance in fighting terror.
WATCH: Trump: Israel Treated ‘Very, Very Unfairly,’ But Come January 20 World Will ‘Be Very Impressed’
Following Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech on his vision for peace between Israelis and Palestinians, President-elect Donald Trump said Wednesday that Israel was being treated “very, very unfairly” by the international community, and added that he and the outgoing secretary have „different views“ on the conflict.