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3 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
Here is the emerging hard-left line on John Kerry's peace process: It's not good enough; not accommodating enough to the Palestinians.
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7 hrs ago | Arutz Sheva Israel News
Israel will have "difficulty" approving the fourth batch of terrorist prisoner releases, a "gesture" meant to promote peace talks, if the Palestinian Authority doesn't extend peace talks past their April deadline, warned Israeli government ministers Thursday.
11 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
On Sunday, March 15, the third annual Purim Olam Haba party will take place on the Mamilla Rooftop, graduating from its previous locations of Yemen Moshe and Mount Zion.
Ask playwright-performer Aaron Davidman how long he's been working on "Wrestling Jerusalem;" and he may start by citing the "several years" he's been developing it in workshops, segue to the decade it's been germinating and all the way back to his first trip to Israel when he was 25 in 1992.
The European Union has blamed Israel for Gaza's "humanitarian situation" threatens the Middle East's security on Tuesday, and could have "serious consequences" for regional stability, according to AFP .
Tel Aviv University and an Honors Bachelors degree from the University of Toronto in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, Jewish Studies, and English.
Israeli bulldozers early Wednesday demolished a residential building, a car wash, and a shop in an East Jerusalem village, a popular committee spokesman said.
David Cameron has called on the leaders of Israel and the Palestinian Authority to "take the final difficult steps towards peace", as he uses his first visit as Prime Minister to throw his weight behind a US-led drive to end decades of conflict.
He will hold talks with his counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and is expected to back US efforts to restart talks between the Israelis and Palestinians.
In his article "Why does the EU continue to fund antipeace NGOs" Prof. Gerald Steinberg presents a distorted picture of funding of human rights projects by the European Union.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's behavior is reminiscent to that of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's behavior before the 2005 "Disengagement" from Gaza, Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon said on Monday.
While the military and intelligence work behind the operation to capture Iranian weapons shipment, it reveals the schism between Hamas and Iran has been resolved.
The central premise of Glick's - the Deputy Managing Editor of the Jerusalem Post's - book is that the two-state solution between the Israelis and Palestinians is unfeasible, legally, historically and morally unjustifiable, and based on a discredited world view.