The key to unlocking the stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace process may be a healthy dose of democracy.
The Palestinian state Abbas wants to create would be Judenrein, free of Jews. So why do some American Jews laud him as a partner for peace?
In return for recognizing a state with East Jerusalem as its capital, the Palestinians would give up on their demand for a “right of return.”
A central and enduring premise of American pro-Israel leadership has always been that any resolution of the conflict must result from agreement.
Trump told an Israeli newspaper last week he was not confident that either the Israelis or the Palestinians are ready for peace.
“Right now, I would say the Palestinians are not looking to make peace…And I am not necessarily sure that Israel is looking to make peace.”
The document was shared on WhatsApp by an anonymous employee of the Palestinian security services.
Creeping annexation, exemplified in the Susya decision, threatens Israel’s long-term security and wreaks havoc on the lives of Palestinians.
She refused to comply and was blocked from attending the meeting.
New data shows that Democrats more than Republicans are sacrificing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict to partisan politics.