Report: US Arab Allies Back Kushner-Adelson Effort to Force “Peace” Plan on Palestine

The U.S. is already implementing its “peace” plan on the ground by moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, withdrawing support for a two-state solution, cutting funds to the UNRWA, and normalizing Israeli apartheid in Palestine.

White House senior adviser Jared Kushner watches a ceremony where President Donald Trump was presented with The Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud Medal, at the Royal Court Palace, Saturday, May 20, 2017, in Riyadh. Evan Vucci | AP

TEL AVIV, ISRAEL – Saudi Arabia, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Egypt are supporting Donald Trump’s “deal of the century” aimed at brokering peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA), according to a report published in Israel’s largest newspaper. The report, published in Israel Hayom, asserts that the four countries

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The Trump, Netanyahu Alliance Means the End for Mahmoud Abbas

Mahmoud Abbas feels beleaguered, disowned by Washington and a victim of an elaborate US-Israeli plot that has cost Palestinians precious time and much land, while leaving Abbas with nothing but an embarrassing political legacy.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, is accompanied by Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, right, and Pope Tawadros II, spiritual leader of Egypt's Orthodox Christians, left, as he attends a conference on Jerusalem at the Al-Azhar Conference Center, in Cairo, Egypt, Jan. 17, 2018. Abbas blasted Trump again over Jerusalem, saying the U.S. leader's decision to recognize contested Jerusalem as Israel's capital was "sinful." (AP/Amr Nabil)

The “deal of the century” is a farce. We suspected that, of course, but, upon his return from Washington, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed in more detail why the long-anticipated plan of the administration of US President Donald Trump has no basis in reality. Netanyahu told his Cabinet that there are “no concrete details” to

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Iran Proposes a Path to Peace in the Middle East

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif laid out Iran’s proposed framework for bringing stability to the Middle East.

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif attends the Foreign Ministers meeting within the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Summit in Istanbul, Dec. 13, 2017. (Arif Hudaverdi Yaman/AP)

In an article published by the Financial Times on Monday, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif laid out the country’s proposed framework for bringing stability to the Middle East region. "ISIS displayed the darkest depths of human evil,” Zarif wrote. Yet it also provided an opportunity to come together to battle an existential threat.

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Ehud Barak’s Disappointing Peace Plan

Ehud Barak has published an article in The New York Times attacking prime minister Netanyahu, he also used the article to publish his disappointing Peace Plan.

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak during a lecture at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 21, 2016. (AP/Charles Krupa)

Ehud Barak has "broken the silence". He has published an article in The New York Times attacking our prime minister in the most abrasive terms. In other words, he has done exactly the same as the group of ex-soldiers who call themselves "Breaking the Silence", who are accused of washing our dirty linen abroad. They expose war crimes to which they

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Israel Raises Eyebrows With Its Silence On Kerry-Backed Arab League Peace Plan

Kerry last month persuaded the Arab League to sweeten the deal by saying Israel-Palestine borders could be modified from 1967 lines.

JERUSALEM — On the surface, the Arab League's improved peace initiative offers Israel everything it ever dreamed of — normal relations with an entire region that has long objected to the very existence of the Jewish state, and even the chance to keep some war-won land. But two weeks after U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry persuaded Arab leaders

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Netanyahu Wants Israel Referendum On Any Proposed Peace Deal

Israel’s prime minister said that any peace deal reached with the Palestinians would be subject to a national referendum, a contentious step that could hinder peace efforts.

JERUSALEM — Israel's prime minister said Thursday that any peace deal reached with the Palestinians on his watch would be subject to a national referendum, backing a contentious step that could hinder peace efforts. Negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians have been frozen for more than four years, but the referendum issue re-emerged

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