AS PRESIDENT, TRUMP WILL HAVE LEGAL AUTHORITY TO RECOGNIZE JERUSALEM AS ISRAEL'S CAPITAL, AND HE JUST MIGHT - The Jerusalem Journal
AS PRESIDENT, TRUMP WILL HAVE LEGAL AUTHORITY TO RECOGNIZE JERUSALEM AS ISRAEL'S CAPITAL, AND HE JUST MIGHT
As President, will Trump have the authority to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish State of Israel. Julian Ku, a Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, says there is no doubt: he will have that authority; and that he just might use it. READ MORE...
PEACE WITH PALESTINIANS: AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS
For 24 years both Israel and Palestinian negotiators have been constrained to one model for peace: a two-state solution. As both sides reject this option, and as Donald J. Trump assumes the office of the US Presidency, there is a unique opportunity to consider other solutions, other paradigms for peace. READ MORE...
A SHIEKH WHO'S BAD NEWS FOR PALESTINIANS HATING JEWS ...by Khaled Abu Toameh
Unknown to most the world, there are thousands of Palestinians who are disgusted with their governments' anti-Israel rhetoric and glorification of terrorists who murder Israelis. It is not easy to speak out. But some do, including Sheikh Abdullah Tamimi from Hebron. READ MORE...
TURKEY AND ISRAEL: REBUILDING ON EGGSHELLS
As Israel and Egypt renew diplomatic ties, significant differences remain between the two states. As one ambassador arrives in Tel Aviv and the other in Ankara, both are walking on eggshells. READ MORE...
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