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US boycotts UNHRC debate against Israel, slamming ‘long-standing bias’

Jerusalem Post Arab-Israeli Conflict By Tovah Lazaroff/ March 20, 2017 15:08 State Department says, “the United States will vote against every resolution put forth under this agenda item and is encouraging other countries to do the same.” The United States … Continue reading

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Ministers push for state-funded Temple Mount foundation

The Times of Israel In response to UNESCO decision, new body would fight ‘distortion of facts’ relating to Jewish ‘history, tradition and culture’ By Raoul Wootliff March 13, 2017 Hitting back at a controversial UNESCO resolution ignoring the Jewish connection … Continue reading

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Iranian speaker rebuffs Netanyahu for Purim comparison: ‘Study the Torah’

Jpost – Middle East Iran’s parliament speaker on Sunday condemned a parallel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made between present-day Iran and the plot to annihilate the Jews in ancient Persia as marked this weekend during the Jewish holiday of … Continue reading

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‘The time has come to make a deal,’ Trump tells Abbas

Jpost Arab-Israeli Conflict By Michael Wilner and Adam Rasgon / 03-11-2017 WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM — A comprehensive agreement settling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would advance peace across the region and the world, US President Donald Trump told Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in … Continue reading

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Is Israel Worth the Aggravation?

Is Israel Worth the Aggravation? Rabbi Bernie Fox They will not see the land that I promised to their forefathers. All that anger Me will not see it. (BeMidbar 14:23) The incident of the spies and the commandment to possess … Continue reading

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A departure from the classic two-states-for-two-peoples formula

Jpost Premium Reports- AS A young man, there was little about the Israel-Palestinian conflict that was unclear to Eliaz Cohen. Growing up in Elkana, a strongly ideological Jewish community located on the western edge of Samaria, some three kilometers from … Continue reading

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Land for Peace, Disproportional Disengagement

Land for Peace, Disproportional Disengagement Since the signing of the peace treaty with Egypt, Israel has embarked on a “Land for Peace” strategy vis-a-vis the Palestinian Arabs. This has resulted in disproportionate disengagement in Southern Lebanon and Gaza. What is … Continue reading

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Steps Towards Peace

Proposal Steps Towards Peace <https://www.scribd.com/doc/296109028/Steps-Towards-Peace&gt;  to Establish a UN Regional Human Rights Terrorism Claims Court in East Jerusalem, a Trade Agreement between Israel, Jordan and the Palestinians to Mass Manufacture the Electric Automobile in Historical Palestine. Contained within this proposal is … Continue reading

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