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President Al-Sisi and Foreign Minister Shoukry met with French, Arab Foreign Ministers
By James M. Dorsey A satirical video of Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu’s speech to the US Congress captures the essence of his message and his political strategy on the eve of Israeli elections. “There are three things we must always remember: First Iran, and second Iran, and third Iran, Iran, Iran, again and again; …
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu heavily rejected possible deal between the P5+1 group and Iran in his speech on Tuesday
Change in status based on a technicality according to EU court statement
Tony Blair, Shoukry discuss Palestine amid rising tensions
Netanyahu orders demolishing of synagogue attackers’ homes
The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine has claimed the attack
By Dr Cesar Chelala 106 former high-ranking Israeli members of the armed forces, police, and intelligence have called on Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to make a strong move for peace with the Palestinians. In a letter to the prime minister, the army and police officers said that Netanyahu should seriously pursue peace with the Palestinians …
Visit comes after date for the conference on Gaza reconstruction, to be co-hosted by Norway and Egypt, has been set
Hamas claims victory, Israel claims military pressure forced Palestinian factions into agreement
Netanyahu calls on Gazans to evacuate sites used by Hamas, saying they are potential targets
Israel recalls delegations from Cairo: Official
Gaza talks continue in Cairo as ceasefire expiry draws near
Israeli delegation returns to Cairo despite low levels of trust, will not negotiate if rockets fired
Palestinian delegation to leave Cairo if Israelis don’t return
Kerry discusses Gaza and ceasefire efforts with Egypt’s president and foreign minister
Egypt and Kuwait coordinate ahead of emergency Arab League meeting in Cairo
Diplomats discuss Gaza crisis calling for return to November 2012 ceasefire
Egypt calls on Israel to “stop policy of revenge”, Netanyahu promises justice for murdered Palestinian teen
The air raids came after the 13-year-old son of an Israeli defence ministry contractor was killed on the Golan on Sunday morning.
Israel has seized on the opportunity presented by the operation to try to rupture a reconciliation agreement between Abbas and Hama infuriating Israel.
Dr Cesar Chelala As the Middle East peace talks face another standstill, Israel’s Prime Minister, Mr Benjamin Netanyahu, is quick to blame the Palestinian side. And most of the Western press dutifully parrots Mr Netanyahu’s lies. Palestinians have been guilty of stalling the peace talks, too, but for different reasons. The main weakness of Palestinian …
Palestinian negotiators had warned that they may hand responsibility for governing the occupied territories back to Israel if peace talks remain stalled,
Israel’s army and police were still hunting for the suspected gunman on Wednesday, after carrying out extensive searches around Idhna.
Abbas and Fahmy discussed the ongoing final status negotiations and the “obstacles” involved in the process
The motions on the Palestinians were carried by 46 votes to one, with only the United States against, while the Golan resolution garnered 13 abstentions and a US “no” vote.
The Syrian army said the air strikes killed one soldier and wounded seven, cautioning that the assault endangered “the security and stability of the region”.
Although Netanyahu would like the talks with Obama on Monday to focus on Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the White House appears to have a different agenda.
Washington’s top diplomat also referred to “talk of boycotts” of Israel.
The report said Netanyahu was proposing that Israel also keep hold of a group of settlements deep in the West Bank — Beit El, Ofra and Psagot — which lie to the north and east of Ramallah, the radio said.