At an emergency meeting in Cairo, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said he was cutting all ties with Israel, including around securi
In addition to the exciting multi-colored gefilte fish, there was potato kugel and matzah crackers.
“I can be as tough with Bibi as I have been with the Palestinians,” Trump reportedly said to Macron.
“I hesitate even to put a month on it because it has shifted as we continue to listen and talk to people.”
An NSC official said Kushner and Greenblatt “are expanding their team and the resources available as they finalize the details and rollout strategy.”
If Netanyahu ignores his right-wing nay-sayers and uses the Saudi initiative to resume talks with the Palestinians, it will be a win-win situation.
What’s most frightening about this moment in foreign affairs is that the most important player may not be capable of absorbing it all.
Generosity in victory might have been an option, and the past 50 years might have looked different.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will soon meet with President Trump at the White House for the first time. After strongly proclaiming support for Israel throughout his presidential campaign, Trump now has an opportunity to reach out to Benjamin Netanyahu’s counterpart. Here’s what top Middle East hands say about the critical summit.
Leaders of the U.S. Reform movement met with Palestinian Authority President President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. “I was impressed with the president’s clear and unequivocal commitment to the two-state solution,” Jacobs said in a statement. “He clearly is frustrated with the lack of progress, or even the existence of ongoing negotiations. I share that frustration.”