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The US publicly told its partners on the Security Council that it would consider each draft resolution on its merit, but says that it never indicated how it would vote– up until the vote itself.
News of his planned remarks was confirmed shortly after the US voted to abstain from a resolution at the UN Security Council condemning Israel for its settlement activity.
The former US Secretary of State also surprised his interlocutor by saying he was seriously considering running for president in 2020.
If the international community genuinely desires to promote peace between Israelis and Palestinians it must end its obsession with criticizing Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East.
By GABRIEL ROSENBERG
This plan is nothing more than an advanced and sophisticated form of colonialism.
By GERSHON BASKIN
If Israeli, Palestinian leaders lack will to make painful concessions, peace proponents lack restraint to focus only on concessions that peace truly requires.
By EYAL DROR
If there is one thing Netanyahu should have learned by now it is not to take Secretary of State John Kerry at his word.
By RUTHIE BLUM
It is our job now to help shift the debate, away from blaming Israel for frustrating peacemaking efforts or indicting it for nonexistent crimes, and instead hold the Palestinians accountable for their refusal to recognize and make peace with the Jewish state.
By MORTON A. KLEIN
The ostensibly moderate leadership claims to support “two states for two peoples,” but denies any historical Jewish connection to the land.
By PAUL GROSS
When the Palestinians signal willingness to conducting bona fide negotiations, we will respond positively and again demonstrate a willingness to make sacrifices to achieve a genuine peace.
By ISI LEIBLER
Officers taking a more constructive approach to fighting like Galant and Tamir, were immediately placed on Ashkenazi’s enemies list.
By CAROLINE B. GLICK
At the moment Kerry-sponsored talks exist in a twilight zone of negotiators without mandate.
By WARREN GOLDSTEIN
Obama’s recent interview clearly shows Netanyahu’s continued concessions have earned him only condemnation, not commendation; and produced pressures, not praise.
By MARTIN SHERMAN
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