He may take a cue from his real estate development days and go all out with a marketing strategy, which quite possibly could include a flashy film.
Does being Jewish disqualify one to lead a US team charged with mediating a complex conflict like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?
Naftali Bennett, and perhaps Benjamin Netanyahu, appear to be petrified at the prospect that Israelis actually want what they say they do — peace.
As the impasse between Israel and the Palestinians drags on, alternative plans for peace abound.
Canada’s new Liberal government said on Monday it was delivering a “tough message” to Israel as a good friend after expressing concern about Israeli-Palestinian violence, Israeli settlements and unilateral Palestinian moves.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies insist that Israel must maintain military control over the Jordan River. But why?
Palestinians rejected ideas raised by visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday for security arrangements under a possible future peace accord with Israel, a Palestinian official said.
The Mideast peace talks are taking place under a veil of secrecy. That’s supposed to build trust — but so far it’s only leading to speculation about shared ill will.
Speaking of intelligence leaks, Israel had one last week that speaks volumes about the prospects for Kerry’s Middle East peace mission.
Ehud Olmert, whose indictment and resignation in 2008 aborted his peace negotiations with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas and opened the way to the deadlock under Benjamin Netanyahu, was found not guilty this morning by the Jerusalem District Court of the main corruption charges that forced his resignation. And aborted the negotiations.