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Israeli minister of intelligence and atomic energy Israel Katz says peace with Palestinians will come after Israel creates strategic regional peace and economic opportunities.
Many Israelis call the sergeant a national hero, but a military court dismissed his claim that he feared for his safety.
Trump said he “could live with” either a separate Palestinian state or a unitary state as a peaceful outcome.
Trump wants to produce peace between the Israelis and Palestinians in what he calls “the ultimate deal.”
The Foreign Ministry calls it a “balanced solution” and says it “is in no way a license for land confiscation.”
Thousands of Israeli police moved to demolish a settlement and evict 40 families.
“We think it may be a new era”: Trump’s close ties to Beit El may see a softening of U.S. position on settlements.
When the Israeli leader visits Trump next month in the White House, what will he ask for?
The family of Ben Hassin, 21, is trying to raise $120,000 toward reaching a peacemaking deal with the family of the man he killed.
Police said they shot and killed the driver of a vehicle that rammed a group of officers.