The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia said on Sunday, February 19, that 2017 “will be a year” in which “progress can be made in the Arab-Israeli conflict.”
Do they want to come to America, or do they want their country back?
Thomas Friedman of the New York Times belittled Kushner’s qualifications during an interview with John Kerry, the secretary of state.
The status quo is not the ideal solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But it’s better than any of the alternatives.
A quantitative and qualitative review of John Kerry’s speech, given in response to U.N. Security Council Resolution 2334, shows that from the very beginning, Kerry was clearly making the case for Israel.
WASHINGTON (JTA) – John Kerry in his final press conference as secretary of state listed the Iran nuclear deal and securing Israel as among the Obama administration’s accomplishments. The 2015 agreement between Iran and six major powers led by the United States “is a demonstration, quite simply, of the power of diplomacy to be able…
The choir of Democrats condemning President Obama’s decision to allow a United Nations Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements has gained an important reinforcement.
The rabbi President-elect Donald Trump appointed to attend his inauguration ceremony heads the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which claims the United Nations resolution condemning Israeli settlements is the most “anti-Semitic/anti-Israel” event of 2016.
Jewish organizations split along ideological lines in their reactions to Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech criticizing Israeli settlement growth and laying out principles to achieve a two-state solution.
(JTA) — Responding to Secretary of State John Kerry’s address on making peace between Israel and the Palestinians, many U.S. lawmakers said they were disappointed by the Obama administration’s decision to abstain on the vote in the U.N. Security Council of a resolution criticizing Israel for settlement building. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., the incoming Senate…