President Donald Trump said he “likes” the two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict while reiterating his noncommittal approach. Asked during an interview with Reuters Thursday whether he had backed away from the two-state concept during his Feb. 15 joint White House appearance with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Trump said, “No, I like…
President Trump’s election is having a direct effect on the ground in Jerusalem, as evidenced by an uptick in East Jerusalem home demolitions.
In the Trump-Netanyahu press conference, evasions were commonplace, lies passed for honesty, promises were erased, protocol was forgotten, and history is rewritten.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is so close with Jared Kushner’s family that he once slept in Kushner’s childhood bedroom.
Despite absolutist claims, Jerusalem has not belonged to one single people in its entire 5000-year history.
As Israeli leaders are sounding the drumbeat for West Bank annexation, a majority of Israelis say “not so fast,” according to a new poll.
The Israeli company that built Israel’s border fence is making a play this week to construct Trump’s wall with Mexico.
In his final White House press conference on Wednesday, outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama seemed ready to close the book on peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
The British rock band Coldplay will play two “peace concerts” for Israelis and Palestinians. The concerts, set for Nov. 3 and 4, will be performed at an outdoor location north of the Dead Sea, Israel’s Channel 2 reported Monday.
The agency indicates that Palestinians will outnumber Jews soon, by 2020 holding an edge of 7.12 million people to 6.96 million people.