It shows what can be achieved when there’s a backlash against anti-Israel bigotry.
“We are witnessing the fruits of the Netanyahu Doctrine … and this is only the beginning,” the Israeli prime minister’s strategic adviser, Aaron Klein, tells JNS in an exclusive interview.
Does the level of the Kinneret have anything to do with the prospects for peace in the Middle East? He’d like you to think that it does.
Netanyahu called the initiative’s approach “peace for peace” which he described as a gamechanger to the traditional ‘land for peace’ philosophy that has been guiding Israeli foreign policy since the Camp David Accords.
Egyptian-Israeli relations are at their best level since the peace treaty was signed, mostly based on common security interests. But something can always go wrong.
Abbas called on Israelis “to reject extremism and to reject ideas that destroy peace.” However, this demand lies in sharp contrast to a speech the Holocaust denier made in August where he vowed to “enter Jerusalem (with) millions of fighters!” along with the “entire Islamic nation”
The game show “Jeopardy!” courted controversy when giving a clue to which there can be no definitive answer as long as the Palestinians reject peace.
The pending ICC prosecution of Israel is a travesty of justice. But the motive for this farce is that it provides an alternative to talks and an end to the war on Zionism.
Netanyahu “won’t hesitate” to oppose elements of the U.S. peace plan that run counter to Israel’s interest, says senior Israeli official.
Some conflicts can only end when one side defeats the other. Israel’s goal is survival; the Palestinian goal is the elimination of Israel. Peace requires that the Palestinians give up that goal.