Here’s how Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump have tried to create an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz will meet with President Donald Trump to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian “deal of the century” peace plan.
There will be 500 delegates making decisions about the fate of $5 billion at the World Zionist Congress, which happens in October in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef accused the state of deliberately inviting Soviet immigrants to Israel to weaken the political power of the haredi Orthodox.
Nearly three-quarters of the Israeli population is Jewish, while 21 percent is Arab, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics reported.
“It is a document that describes in terse, legal language the phenomenal depth of agony.”
Netanyahu will fight tooth and nail, smearing anyone he suspects of threatening his hold on power.
Legally, it seems like Netanyahu can still remain as prime minister while fighting his charges. But politically? That’s another question altogether.
Netanyahu is the first sitting prime minister to be accused of bribery. The decision will play a key role in likely upcoming Israeli elections.
Gantz has spent the last 28 days trying to cobble together a coalition government after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to do so.
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