Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström on Friday accused Israel of executing Palestinian assailants without trial.
Mary McGowan Davis, the American judge who led the independent United Nations probe into the events of last summer’s war in Gaza, said the main message committee members wanted to transmit is that Israel must reexamine its policy of using its military might against civilians, because it led to unprecedented destruction in Gaza and to the killing of about 1,500 innocents.
Israel will adopt two lines of attack as it tries to thwart – or at least modify – the international nuclear agreement with Iran in the coming weeks, a senior official said.
Netanyahu has declared that his 2009 Bar Ilan speech, in which he expressed support for creating a ‘demilitarized Palestinian state that would recognize the Jewish state,’ is no longer viable.
Pro-Israel Democratic lawmakers grilled Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer over Benjamin Netanyahu’s plans to address the Republican Congress — some may skip speech.
Benjamin Netanyahu was asked not to attend the Paris anti-terror march by French President Francois Hollande. Did Israeli politics lead him to ignore the request and go anyway?
The Obama administration plans to present in January its own plan for a draft framework agreement on permanent status between Israel and the Palestinians, a senior Knesset Member told Haaretz on Monday.
Israel is distributing a question that asks American Jews and Israelis in America them to indicate where their allegiance would lie in the case of a crisis between the two countries.
On Thursday, as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was meeting at the UN General Assembly in New York with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif, a Saudi diplomat turned to his Israeli counterpart. “What’s going on here?” he asked. “What do you make of all this?”