Churchill’s drinking habits were usually incidental to his political activities, although an exception to this is contained in a bizarre story concerning events in the Middle East about 100 years ago
If Trump's legacy in Judea and Samaria is to last, Netanyahu will have to move quickly.
Some elements of Trump's Mideast peace plan, the so-called “Deal of the Century,” are becoming facts on the ground regardless of who wins next week’s US election.
Hundreds of heritage and archaeology sites in Judea and Samaria are reportedly slated to be removed from Israeli control and transferred to the jurisdiction of the proposed Palestinian state.
In sharp contrast to past peace efforts with the Palestinians, this new plan presents a pathway to achieve parameters that will lead to something realistic and long-lasting.
The prime minister said the matter is currently in the Trump administration’s hands.
However, they notably did not mention any timeline for Israel to apply sovereignty to parts of Judea and Samaria as the plan allows.
The plan can also be regarded as a reflection or acknowledgment of reality, as it stands today.
On Wednesday close to 1,000 right-wing activists held a rally in an area known as Ma’aleh Halhoul on the outskirts of the Gush Etzion Region of the West Bank.
‘Israel’s annexation window will soon close.’