Monthly Archives: June 2016

Herzog and the Arab Peace Initiative

Jpost Reports- Herzog met with PA to make pre-1967 concessions, Zionist Union confirms Knesset opposition leader and head of the Zionist Union, Isaac Herzog, held extensive talks with high-ranking PA officials prior to last year’s election to concede 100% of … Continue reading

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Palestine

How about we start from here? by Tzipora Markovich In case you don’t know, THERE IS A PALESTINIAN STATE! The Palestinians prefer to call it, Jordan. This Palestinian state is located on 78% of the Jewish historical land. Jordan NEVER … Continue reading

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Moderate Islam? Say What Obama?

Today I am commenting on Caroline Glick’s Jpost article “Column One: Obama and the moderate Muslims.” I think Sissi’s Al Ahzar University January 1, 2015 speech says it all: “Is it possible that 1.6 billion people [Muslims] should want to kill … Continue reading

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Netanyahu, “the magician”

Jpost Reports- Is Netanyahu finally ready to make moves of historic dimensions? Is the prime minister merely jockeying to stay in power, or is he, as his confidants insist, ready to do more. IMMEDIATELY AFTER Avigdor Liberman’s swearing in as … Continue reading

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Kissinger: Arab peace plan impossible given regional turmoil

Jpost Reports- Looking at a direct Israeli-Palestinian process, Kissinger said he was “not optimistic that the outcome can be negotiated this year or in the very near future.” Regional turmoil makes it impossible to use the regional 2002 Arab Peace … Continue reading

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Terror bill passes into law

Jpost Reports- By LAHAV HARKOV The bill passed into law after six years of negotiations and review in the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee. A wide-reaching law codifying the government’s response to terrorism passed 57-16 Wednesday evening. The bill … Continue reading

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Former Iraqi diplomat: Israel should put end to secret Arab visits

Jpost Reports- The diplomat suggested that Israel demand visits take place in broad daylight. Peace between Israel and the Arab world will come not through governments, but rather through people-to-people contact, Hamad al-Sharifi, a former Iraqi diplomat, said on Monday. … Continue reading

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Better late than never: Iraq threatens to sue Israel for bombing its nuclear reactor in 1981

Jpost Reports- In a statement issued on Tuesday, Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament said that Iraq is determined to sue Israel for bombing the nuclear reactor and force it to pay reparations. In a surprising move, First Deputy Speaker … Continue reading

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‘Next war with Hamas will be its last,’ senior defense source says

Jpost Reports- Future conflict is inevitable, but Israel will not initiate it, source adds; says: Hamas spends all of its money on arming itself, not to help Gazans. The next war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza will be the … Continue reading

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Saudi king condemns “disgraceful” Orlando shooting

Jpost Reports DUBAI – Saudi Arabia’s King Salman condemned the deadly gun attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida and urged measures to combat terrorism, state news agency SPA quoted the monarch as saying on Tuesday. “We have learned … Continue reading

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