A meeting between Israeli and Palestinian peace negotiators scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed after the killing of an Israeli in a shooting attack in the West Bank. Read More: Israel-PA peace talks postponed after West Bank terror attack | JPost | Israel News.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been accused of hypocrisy after criticizing Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas for incitement, while simultaneously “turning a blind eye” to Hamas-led incitement in the heart of Jerusalem. Read More: Has the Temple Mount Become A Hamas ‘City-State’? – Inside Israel – News – Israel National News.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is set to meet with members of the Knesset on Wednesday, to discuss the current crisis in negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. Read More: Abbas to meet with members of Knesset in Ramallah | JPost | Israel News.
Speaking to foreign diplomats Sunday night, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said that Israel and the Palestinian Authority had been close to an agreement – until the Palestinians decided to backtrack from agreements they had already made. Read More: Liberman: Deal Almost Closed When PA Pulled Out – Defense/Security – News – Israel National News.
Eight Jews were arrested Monday for attempting to sacrifice a goat on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Judaism’s holiest site. Read More: Jews Arrested Attempting to Bring Pesach Sacrifice – Jewish World – News – Israel National News.
The package deal currently being discussed to enable a continuation of the Israeli-Palestinian talks is not the same one that was on the table two weeks ago, which included Israel’s release of Israeli-Arab prisoners and the US freeing Jonathan Pollard, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said Sunday. Read More: Liberman: Package being discussed now with Palestinians […]
Police have “lost control of the Temple Mount,” Temple activists charged Monday morning, on the eve of Pesach. Read More: Pesach Shame: Hamas Conquers Temple Mount – Inside Israel – News – Israel National News.
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators held a three-hour meeting Sunday night without the presence of US mediator Martin Indyk, Palestinian news agency Ma’an reported. Read More: Report: Israeli, Palestinian negotiators meet without Indyk | JPost | Israel News.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry, after several days of evaluating the chances of re-igniting Israel-Palestinian peace negotiations, have decided to distance themselves for the time being from the process until the two leaders, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, find their own way back to the table. […]
The US State Department said Thursday that progress was being made in US-mediated negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians meant to keep peace talks going, but denied reports from the region that there had been an agreement. Read More: US: Gaps between Israelis and Palestinians narrowing but reports of deal are premature | JPost | […]