President Obama sharply criticized as not viable several Israeli government postures on talks with Iran, but asserted that the military option remained on the table should those negotiations fail.
In a nod to Israeli concerns, President Obama and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry tamped down expectations of a final status Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, saying any agreement would have a transition stage.
An accused Nazi war criminal has been released from custody after his arrest warrant was lifted due to his dementia.3
Companies with connections to Israel contributed $6.2 billion to the Massachusetts economy last year, a new study found.
Peace between Israelis and the Palestinians is unlikely, but talks must continue if only to manage the conflict, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said.4
The Israeli army said on Saturday that an Israeli military vehicle had been damaged by a bomb set off by Syrians on frontier of the occupied Golan Heights.
Canada’s largest Protestant church launched a campaign to boycott goods made in the West Bank.42
Two menorahs with Holocaust era associations were used at White House Hanukkah receptions, and “Thanksgivukkah” and the “menurkey” got mentions as well.3
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said talks between Israelis and Palestinians entered a difficult phase over security guarantees, but the sides remained committed to advancing toward a peace agreement.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry closed another Middle East troubleshooting mission on Friday by urging Israel and the Palestinians to follow Nelson Mandela’s lead and make peace.
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