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[Sunday December 29, 2013] Israeli Ynet News has reported that the Ministerial Committee on Legislation approved a bill calling for annexing the occupied West Bank’s Jordan Valley, and for it to remain under Israeli sovereignty, under any peace agreement with the Palestinians. read full story / add a comment
[December 16, 2013] The Prawer Plan may not be shelved after all, reports +972. read full story / add a comment
[Sunday, December 15, 2013] Alternative Information Center (AIC) - The Israeli government has officially announced that parliamental discussions in the Knesset concerning the Prawer plan will be halted. This is to say that the government has backed away from attempts to pass the "Prawer law", in their displacement of Arab residents from the Naqab (Negev). read full story / add a comment
[Thursday, December 12, 2013] The Israeli government has decided to discard a controversial draft law to relocate thousands of Bedouin residents from the Negev desert, the Ma'an News Agency has reported. The decision does not imply official recognition of the dozens of villages in the Negev. read full story / add a comment
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said that the Palestinian Authority in the occupied West Bank is "avoiding talks" with Tel Aviv, and is "not interested in genuine peace". read full story / add a comment
Israel’s Economy Minister, Naftali Bennett, stated that Israel should never allow the establishment of a Palestinian State, and should never “give the Palestinians any piece of land”. read full story / add a comment
Chairwoman of the Meretz Israeli Party Zahava Gal-On called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to refrain from appointing Avigdor Lieberman as Foreign Minister due to his extreme views that isolated Israel. read full story / add a comment
[November 5, 2013] Israeli Finance Minister, head of the Yesh Atid “There is Future” Party Yair Lapid stated that the future of Jerusalem is not a subject for discussion in Israeli Palestinian negotiations, and that Jerusalem will always “remain the united capital of Israel’. read full story / add a comment
Leader of the Jewish Home Party, Israeli Economy and Trade Minister, Naftali Bennett, threatened that his party would withdraw from the government coalition with Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, of the Likud Party, should Israel “grant any concession to the Palestinians in peace talks”. read full story / add a comment
Israeli sources has reported that military and security commanders in Tel Aviv believe that a limited war between Israel and Syria is possible should Washington decide to strike Syrian targets, and Syria’s army of President Bashar Assad. read full story / add a comment
Danny Seaman, who recently became the head of Israel’s ‘Internet Hasbara (Hebrew for Propaganda)’ branch of the government, has been issued a warning by the Netanyahu administration for a series of racist and offensive postings against Palestinians, Arabs, Muslims and Japanese people on his Facebook page. read full story / add a comment
Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, stated that Tel Aviv would firmly respond to any attack against it from the Gaza Strip or the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula. read full story / add a comment
Despite PA rejection of the Israeli railway plan that would construct a 473 km long railway system running through most of the occupied West Bank, Israel pushes forward with the plan having already spent one million NIS on research and preparation. read full story / add a comment
Israeli officials stated Tuesday [July 23, 2013] that Israel has fortified its missile defense systems near its southern border with Egypt, allegedly to fend off any attacks by extremists fighting the Egyptian security forces in Sinai. read full story / add a comment
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