Arab Israeli Conflict
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Addressing a rally in West Virginia, Trump said that the Palestinians would soon "get something very good" in return for the May embassy move "because it's their turn next."
Israeli police reopen Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa Mosque following violent clashes.
Jordan has complained about the incidents. King Abdullah of Jordan is heading to Washington Sunday for meetings and neither he nor Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu want escalation in Jerusalem.
Team has begun negotiation groundwork, sharing ‘elements’ of plan to regional partners
By MICHAEL WILNER
"Rumors ... about the deal of the century, as well as ongoing attempts to find regional and international parties that would cooperate with this plan, are failed attempts that will reach a dead end."
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
"The result is that he is alive and we are dead. He murdered and he sits alive. In what normal country does this happen?"
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Fatah officials in the West Bank said on Wednesday that Hamas’s actions against their men indicate that there’s no chance that the two parties could ever resolve their differences.
Palestinian Media Watch expressed outrage on Tuesday that the sum raised by the UN and the PA is equivalent to the $355 million dollars the PA allocated to payments for its "pay-for-slay" policy.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Rashid Haniyeh said he lives in the State of Israel and his uncle lives in Gaza - and the Hamas leader's actions "don't interest us."
By AMY SPIRO
One killed in clashes with IDF in Jalazone as many protesters also vent anger at Palestinian Authority.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Fatah, Hamas call for ‘day of rage’ in the West Bank today to protest Israeli ‘crimes’
Attack follows a string of terrorist attacks.
The IDF soldiers had supposedly raided the WAFA building on Monday, enclosing reporters in one room while they went around and collected security footage from the building's cameras.
By TAMAR BEERI
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