A two-state solution, for England and Scotland

BY MICHAEL FREUND, JPOST— Earlier this week, British Prime Minister David Cameron took a highly unusual step. Meeting with visiting PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, the leader of Her Majesty’s Government departed from the usual diplomatic blather and went out of his way to underline his insistence on a two- state solution for the Israel- Palestinian…

'Root of conflict is refusal to accept Jewish state'

BY JPOST— Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reiterated on Wednesday that the root cause of the Israeli Palestinian conflict is “the persistent (Palestinian) refusal to accept a Jewish state within any boundaries.” Speaking at a synagogue in the Netherlands during a visit to the country, the prime minister recalled that Israel places no preconditions on the…

Bill Clinton blames Netanyahu for failure of peace process

BY YITZHAK BENHORIN, YNET— Former US President Bill Clinton is blaming the failure of the peace process with the Palestinians on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Yearning for leaders of the past, Clinton said, “The two great tragedies in modern Middle Eastern politics, which make you wonder if God wants Middle East peace or not, were…

PM's Spokesman: PA UN Bid – Violation of Agreements

BY ELAD BENARI & YONI KEMPINSKI, ARUTZ 7— Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s international spokesperson, Mark Regev, gave a briefing to reporters in Jerusalem on Tuesday ahead of the Prime Minister’s visit to New York for the UN General Assembly. Regev pointed out that by going to the United Nations to ask for recognition of a…

Netanyahu's Remarks at the Start of the Weekly Cabinet Meeting

Following are Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s remarks at the start of the weekly Cabinet meeting today: “This week I will leave for the US. On Wednesday I will meet with US President Barack Obama and other world leaders and afterwards I will address the UN General Assembly. The UN is not a place where Israel…