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Abbas' first UN address as 'State of Palestine'
Abbas tells United nations General Assembly that Israel must abandon its security obsessions as time running out for a just peace
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas addressed the United Nations General Assembly, Netanyahu next week in Washington. During Obama's speech on Tuesday, the U.S. president said, leader ended his speech by saying that "time is running out, and the window of peace is narrowing, the tone of his speech and to avoid harsh attacks on Israel - as he has done in recent years at the UN, leaders they would be pleased with the messages included in his speech. The Palestinianpresident
Israel and Africa need each other
The Jewish month that began this week, Cheshvan, has traditionally been dubbed “mar", or bitter, because it alone among the months is devoid of any holidays.
ambassadors to the United Nations, but also has been sponsoring them on transformative fact-finding, , overlooking the Old City, with prayer, music and speeches. Israeli schools are starting to celebrate Sigd, accompanied Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli leaders to Africa over the past several, out of the disaster of nations which remains unsolved to this day, and whose profound tragedy only, of Israel’s famed international agency for international development, Mashav. When Netanyahu declares
Is BDS a real concern for Israel?
Middle East: Most Israelis feel they get so much bad press anyway that another “Israel Apartheid Week” (IAW) aimed at garnering support for the Boycott, Disinvestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement won’t make much difference.
to the United Nations, has criticised IAW for not only not respecting human rights, but being, its fight against BDS with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confronting the movement head-on in his speeches, appointing Home Security, Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy Minister Gilad Erdan, brings together a lot of, especially young, motivated activists united in their attempts
Iran deal Bibi wants to avoid
When Benjamin Netanyahu faces the American Congress next month, two things are unlikely to come up in his speech: a consideration of diplomatic protocol and an analysis of the efficacy of sanctions.
-ordinated the invitation with Boehner, has made it clear that Netanyahu’s focus on March 3 will be on the bigger picture: what Netanyahu thinks will be a bad nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 nations, the sobriquet for the United States, Russia, China, France, Germany and Britain. “The agreement, that worry Netanyahu and which he will likely address in his speech. Uranium enrichment Netanyahu, Media attention ahead of the speech has focused on the diplomatic crisis set off by the invitation
US Jews and Israelis scrutinise Donald Trump
Donald John Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, and now American Jews - and Israelis - are wondering what the populist president really has in mind for US-Israel relations.
the alliance between Israel and the United States of America stronger than ever.” Netanyahu, settlements activity, Netanyahu said in a speech that he had told Secretary of State John Kerry, broadly aligned with that of the United Nations and other major powers, which do not view Jerusalem, ”, pledging to prevent other countries from taking advantage of the United States and to return control, military aid agreement with the United States, is the biggest beneficiary of American foreign aid
The impact of closing Al Jazeera to democracy
When the Doha-based Al Jazeera network first launched in 1996, it shook up the media landscape in the Middle East. Not only did it air criticisms against governments and regimes in the region, it was also the first Arabic channel to host Israeli politicians and commentators on air. No surprise then that it was seen by many Arab audiences as a channel created by Israelis to push their agenda.
Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, announced plans to close the Al Jazeera offices in Jerusalem, transmissions. Naturally Netanyahu welcomed the move. He has been threatening to close down Al Jazeera, nations in a months-long political dispute over Doha’s politics and alleged support for extremists, been blocked in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Bahrain. In a press conference, , which I would agree is a fair argument in the curtailment of freedom of speech and expression
Trump looks positively traditional on Mideast peace
Trump administration rhetoric about Israeli-Palestinian peace is typical of a president who would make everything great: President Donald Trump is going to bring about a “historic” deal, the White House has said, one that would “reverberate positively throughout the region and the world”.
farewell speech to the United Nations in September. Those calls, however, tended to receive less media, Netanyahu’s government, culminating in December when the US allowed the UN Security Council to pass an anti-settlements resolution. Nothing quite so contentious has emerged yet in the Trump-Netanyahu relationship, but it hasn’t disappeared, either. Trump straight out asked Netanyahu to hold off, raised the issue in his five-hour meeting on Monday with Netanyahu. “With respect to settlements, we
Bibi at UN: What he said and what he didn’t
Shaw notes PM delivered “bold but dark speech” at UN last week, but was “more conciliatory with his remarks” at the White House. Read his assessment… “Bibi gave us a clue as to what he may have been thinking as he sat with Obama,” writes regular Jewish Report contributor Barry Shaw, adding that Bibi had said we should “seize upon common interests and build positive progress to advance a more secure, prosperous and peaceful Middle East.”
Following Benjamin Netanyahu’s bold but dark speech at the podium of the United Nations, he was more conciliatory with his remarks at the White House before he sat in a closed session with President, Middle East.” Security for Israel, prosperity & peace for M-E Netanyahu did not expound of where, , and a prosperous and more peaceful Middle East. Netanyahu does not need Bennett to lecture him about withdrawal from territories. Netanyahu resigned from the Sharon government over the Israeli
The real impact of Trump’s Jerusalem announcement
Last Friday was the first time in weeks that I wasn’t running away from teargas or taking cover behind a brick wall.
in Jerusalem. To be fair, many countries that criticised Trump’s announcement at the United Nations, foreign policy. Netanyahu went as far as to call his speech one of the key milestones in the history, of Trump and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu were trampled on. The protests echoed, ,” he said in that now (in)famous 11-minute speech, but instead stressed that the city’s future, in a peace deal with the Palestinians? Netanyahu will be hard-pressed to say “no” after Trump went out
Iran: Israel to lobby Congress, consider strike
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has decried an agreement over Iran’s nuclear programme hundreds of times - most notably in a March speech to a joint session of Congress.
between 10 and 25 years from the date the accord is adopted. The United Nations Security Council is expected to endorse the accord in a resolution. Netanyahu has made opposing Iran’s nuclear programme, the agreement.” Some experts said that Netanyahu’s March speech before Congress damaged the effort to fight, gave presence to Netanyahu’s speech,” he said. “They gave it a lot of attention, he got a lot, TEL AVIV Now that the agreement is signed, experts say Netanyahu has one way left to block it: Go





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