“Share an explanation of why this might be OK,” tweeted one of Netanyahu’s former ambassadors.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin said he was still hopeful that a unity government would be formed. “The people don’t want another election,” he said.
“We are not doomed to live together. We are destined to live together.”
“From time to time, it’s a real pleasure to meet outstanding dogs here, too,” President Rivlin said.
“We committed to [liberty, justice, peace] at the eve of the War of Independence; at a time when we did not know whether the State… would survive.
A Forward investigation suggests that Twitter bots may be amplifying the message of some top actors in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Elor Azaria shot and killed a disarmed Palestinian terrorist who was injured and laying on the ground.
Rivlin has been criticized for a recent speech criticizing the Knesset for lack of statesmanship and negating justice and democracy.
“It is clear that, in any agreements, Jews and Arabs will continue to live here,” President Reuven Rivlin said in a settlement outside the holy city.
JERUSALEM — Israeli President Reuven Rivlin released an Israel Independence Day greeting in English, in which he called it “the Independence Day of all the Jewish people.” “Sixty-nine years ago, in the moments just after David Ben Gurion declared the birth of the State of Israel, we all went out to dance in the streets….