Netanyahu: We will respond powerfully to terrorist attacks

BY JPOST— Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Thursday responded to terror attacks in the South that killed seven and wounded dozens more, saying, “Those who think Israel will accept attacks on its citizens is wrong.” Netanyahu said that the attacks on Israel from Sinai in Egypt constituted an attempt to raise the level of terror.…

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Danon’s ‘annexation campaign’ set to begin

BY GIL HOFFMAN, JPOST As the Palestinian Authority prepares to ask the United Nations General Assembly to declare a Palestinian state unilaterally, a pressure campaign began Wednesday asking Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to unilaterally annex the West Bank. The campaign is the brainchild of Likud MK Danny Danon, who has sponsored a bill that would begin the…

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Annexation Wins Hands Down over a Two-State solution

By Matthew M. Hausman — ISRAPUNDIT — History, Demographics, and Law Favor Israel’s Annexation of Judea and Samaria, Not a Two-State Solution — It has become an article of political faith in the West that the creation of an independent Palestinian state will resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. But the two-state paradigm is based on fictional…

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Time to Cancel the Oslo Accords

by MAAYANA MISKIN — INN— Minister Uzi Landau calls to cancel ‘absurd’ Oslo agreements as PA seeks unilateral state. Israel must prepare for September violence. —The time has come for Israel to cancel the Oslo Accords, Minister of National Infrastructure Uzi Landau told Arutz Sheva. The “absurd” accords should be canceled both because of the Palestinian…

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White House web site removes Israel as the country in which Jerusalem is located

BY ISRAEL INSIDER— Daniel Halper, writing in the Weekly Standard, reports that “at 3:22 p.m., I posted this photo of Vice President Joe Biden and Shimon Peres, with an accompanying caption that indicated it had been taken last year in Jerusalem, Israel: The point of posting the photo was to show that, although the State…

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Hamas, Fatah renew reconciliation attempt

BY SAMARA GREENBERG, JEWISH POLICY CENTER— Members of the Palestinian movements Fatah and Hamas met in Cairo over the weekend to discuss the implementation of their Egyptian-brokered reconciliation pact signed in May that has largely stalled. To “revive the reconciliation,” as Fatah representative Azzam Al-Ahmad put it, the two sides have agreed to a mutual…

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Return to the 1947 Partition Line

BY FRANK MEIR LOEWENBERG, WINNIPEG JEWISH REVIEW— A demand to implement the UN Partition Plan of 1947 is one of the options the Palestinians are studying in the wake of Washington’s decision to veto their request for statehood in September, according to Nabil Shaath, ex-Palestinian Foreign Minister and now Fatah commissioner for international relations.  He…

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