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German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in Israel on Monday, with 16 ministers accompanying her to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and to prove German friendship with the Jewish state. "We have come here with
I welcome Chancellor Merkel in the name of the Knesset and of all Israeli citizens, Netanyahu said. Merkel is a friend of Israel, and has many times spoken out against boycotts. This deserves the appreciation of all Israelis, Netanyahu said. Israeli
Elykam Rubenstein, Yoram Danzinger and Yitzhak Amit, ruled that Deputy Minister Danon, too, may present an alternative agenda proposal at the convention. Should Danon succeed, then he will be able to pass proposals which oppose territorial
Herzog then went on to state that the Netanyahu government had failed in every way.
Breaking News Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat believes that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is likely to receive an invitation from US President Barack Obama in the near future for a meeting at the White House, Army Radio reported Monday.
Speaking at this week's cabinet meeting (Sunday), the Prime Minister noted, "We need to guard the unity of the nation. And I would like to add that I look forward to seeing more sectors of Israeli society bearing the burden equally."
US Secretary of State John Kerry and German Chancellor Angela Merkel address the press at the Chancellery January 31, 2014 in Berlin...Merkel, who will be in Israel Monday and Tuesday, recalled that for historical reasons Germany was particularly
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said she will lobby on behalf of Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts led by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry when she visits Israel on Monday. Kerry, who held talks with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Paris
Breaking News MK Miri Regev, a member of the Lobby for Greater Israel, commented on the letter the lobby intends to send Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slamming demands to freeze settlement construction in the West Bank as part of US-brokered
House of Representatives asked the leadership to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak when he visits next month. Due to widespread instability and turmoil in the Middle East, it is critically important to foster and enhance the U.