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Israeli opposition: Netanyahu 'blinked' on peace initiative

Israel's opposition leader says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was ready to freeze settlement construction in most of the West Bank but ultimately backed out for fear of losing his grip … Click to Continue »

Singaporean PM, hosting Netanyahu, endorses 'two-state' plan

Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, hosting a visit by his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, says his country believes in a "two-state solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Lee explained his … Click to Contin...

Israeli PM turned down regional peace initiative

An Israeli newspaper reported Sunday that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu turned down a regional peace initiative last year that was brokered by then-American Secretary of State John Kerry, in apparent contradiction to his stated goal of involving regional powers in resolving Israel’s conflict with the Palestinians. Haaretz reported that Netanyahu took part in a secret […]

Benjamin Netanyahu expected to face protests in Australia

Israeli PM will be his country’s first serving prime minister to visit, but his visit has already been criticised by prominent Australians The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is expected to be greeted with protests during his historic visit to Australia this week. Show More Summary

Hezbollah: Trump-Netanyahu meet spells end to Israeli-Palestinian negotiations

Lebanese Hezbollah said on Thursday the outcome of U.S. President Donald Trump’s meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had effectively signaled an end to peaceful negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians. “After what came out after the meeting between Netanyahu and Trump, I am not exaggerating if I say that yesterday there was a […]

Trump/Netanyahu Meet: An Exercise In Fawning, Fantasy And Anti-Palestinian Incitement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with US President Donald Trump was overshadowed by dramatic and unsettling events that preceded and followed their perfectly bizarre press conference. The week began with the forced...Show More Summary

Trump’s Mideast Policy is clear as Pea Soup, but likely bad for Palestinians

Jacob Eriksson | (The Conversation) | – – By the standards of his turbulent time in office, President Donald Trump’s meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was relatively nondescript. In many…

Trump And Netanyahu Aligning On Iran Is A Bad Sign

In the lead up to this week’s meeting between President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, multiple reports suggested that one of Netanyahu’s main goals would be pushing Trump to impose new sanctions on Iran, a move that could dangerously escalate already high tensions between the U.S. Show More Summary

Photos of the week: 2/10 - 2/17

President Donald Trump has spent much of the past few days hosting other world leaders. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau all paid visits to the White House this week. Show More Summary

Under police probe, Israel's Netanyahu leaves helm of communications ministry

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday he would shelve his additional role as communication minister after police questioned him over allegations he negotiated a deal for good press coverage with a newspaper owner.

Trump pivots on question about anti-Semitism

President Trump held a press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the future of U.S. relations with Israel.

Trump says U.S. is no longer tied to two-state solution between Israel and Palestine

During a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Feb. 15, President Trump said the U.S. is no longer tied to a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.

Trump to Netanyahu: ‘Hold back’ on settlement building

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At a press conference at the White House on Wednesday, President Trump asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to ‘hold back on [building] settlements for a little bit.'

Israeli, Palestinian officials react to Trump’s shift away from 2-state solution

Ma’an News Agency | – – BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Following a controversial meeting held Wednesday between US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Israeli and Palestinian leaders reacted with…

Palestinians express mixed reactions to Trump’s shift from two-state solution

Donald Trump became the first US President in recent years to suggest a shift in US foreign policy concerning the two-state solution during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday. Saeb Erekat,...Show More Summary

‘Two bigoted peas in a hateful pod’: Palestinians and advocates protest Trump’s White House meeting with Netanyahu

Hours after President Donald Trump wrapped his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, protesters lined a path near the White House holding signs against Israeli’s occupation. Women's March organizer Linda Sarsour addressed...Show More Summary

With 'one state' reference, Trump stumbles into a Middle East minefield

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As he stood on the podium next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, U.S. President Donald Trump said he was open to new ideas that would bring Middle East peace. With that, he opened the door to a whole new maze of complexity and risk.

What is Trump’s Israel policy?

President Trump’s comments at a joint news conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a pleasant contrast to the frosty relationship, sometimes devolving into outright hostility, between former President Barack Obama and Netanyahu. Show More Summary

Mainstream Media Journalists Whine About Trump Not Picking Them at Press Conference

Yesterday, during a joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Donald Trump called on a reporter from The Christian Broadcasting Network and Katie Pavlich from Townhall dot com to ask questions. As a result, mainstream media people were not happy. Show More Summary

Hezbollah says two-state Israel-Palestine peace 'gone'

Hezbollah Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah says statements made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and U.S. President Donald Trump one day earlier mark the end of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. … Click to Continu...

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