Monday August 31, 2015
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Israel to withhold NIS 450 million in taxes from PA
In response to Palestinian U.N. status upgrade, Israel approves construction of 3,000 new housing units beyond Green Line, revives E1 plan Netanyahu: We are building, and will continue to build, in any location that serves Israel's strategic interests.
Boaz Bismuth | Making the upgrade
Abbas has decided that every step from now on will create facts on the ground. Israel can also play that game.
Prof. Ron Breiman | Nov. 29: A crime and a punishment
Netanyahu and his government must send the message that the Jews are also allowed to create facts on the ground.
Ambassador Dan Shapiro | Getting to the cease-fire
The U.S. and Israel share the goal of resuming direct negotiations to achieve a two-state solution, which is necessary for durable stability, security and prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians alike.
Uzi Baram | Division of Labor
Only an intelligent integration of social-economic issues alongside a clear diplomatic agenda will turn Labor into a viable alternative to the current government.
US struggles to get Palestinians, Israel to negotiating table
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton meets with Defense Minister Ehud Barak, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Washington to discuss moving stalled peace efforts forward.
Iron Dome sparks interest from potential buyers around world
South Korea, Singapore reportedly in talks to purchase the missile defense system following impressive interception rate in last conflict with Hamas Clinton: The Iron Dome system knocked rockets out of the sky like never before.
Jonathan Pollard hospitalized after collapsing in prison
The convicted Israeli spy, 58, has reportedly suffered from severe pains in recent weeks In August 2011 Pollard underwent emergency kidney surgery and last April he was rushed to the hospital after his health deteriorated significantly.
Likud accuses Labor of moving to extreme Left
Likud: Labor vigorously supported the [Gaza] Disengagement that brought Hamas to power in Gaza and is now likely to bring Gaza all the way to Jerusalem" Labor: Likud has not yet recovered from its own embarrassing primaries.
Merkel reaffirms German support for Israel following UN vote
After Germany abstains in U.N. vote to upgrade Palestinian status to nonmember state, Chancellor Angela Merkel says, "Germany will always stand on the side of Israel" Netanyahu to visit Czech Republic this week.
Cracks appear in precarious three-man Shas leadership
Party officials accuse recently reinstated Shas leader Aryeh Deri of trying to commandeer top position on party's Knesset list, to be set by the Council of Torah Sages Officials say top spot reserved for Interior Minister Eli Yishai in verbal agreement.
Labor has new faces, but old divisions threaten in-house unity
MK Amir Peretz challenges Labor Chairwoman Shelly Yachimovich to commit to not entering a coalition with Netanyahu Yachimovich: Joining Netanyahu is a fictional scenario, but a unilateral declaration now is a politically stupid move.
Dan Margalit | Hold your horses, Amir Peretz
When a public figure tries to undercut his party leader at the height of a campaign, the whole party suffers. But Amir Peretz doesnt think so.
Livni seeks all-star team, but time is running out
Livni gets seven MKs to support her bid, giving her NIS 9 million ($2.3 million) in campaign funding Livni hopes list laden with heavyweights will help her win more seats Former Labor leader Amram Mitzna to be second on ticket.
Egypt's Morsi sets date for referendum on new constitution
Egyptian president sets Dec. 15 for public referendum on constitution draft Opposition led by liberal and secular politicians will only participate in a national dialogue if Morsi rescinds his decrees, which they say give him near-dictatorial powers.