If countries really seek peace in the Middle East they must acknowledge the truth. Urge leading countries to take the first step towards this vital objective by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital!
Former US President Jimmy Carter wrote an op-ed in the New York Times, in which he calls on President Obama to turn his back on Israel and recognize ‘Palestine’ at the UN before his term ends in January.
In an effort to communicate directly with the Palestinian people, Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman warned, in a rare interview with the Al Quds daily, that Hamas would be destroyed if it dares attack Israel again.
The study, by IMPACT-se, showed that Israeli textbooks see peace as the ultimate goal. The books acknowledge a Palestinian presence in Israel before 1948, the development of a national Palestinian identity and different aspects of the Palestinian narrative, rationale and experiences, including Palestinian suffering.
On September 11, 2001, news outlets captured video of Palestinians celebrating upon hearing the news that Muslim terrorists carried out multiple terror attacks in America that killed 3,000 innocent people and injured many more.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the Palestinians and the international community for insisting on a Palestinian state that would be ethnically cleansed of Jews. US officials responded, saying his remarks were ‘inappropriate and unhelpful.’
Addressing the European Parliament on Thursday, Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas claimed Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria is the root cause of global terrorism and is encouraging extremists. Abbas also refused to meet Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
After months of reports and speculation, France has finally presented its plan to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Netanyahu called the initiative “mystifying” as France has threatened that if its diplomatic efforts fail, it will unilaterally recognize a Palestinian state.