Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with US President Donald Trump was overshadowed by dramatic and unsettling events that preceded and followed their perfectly bizarre press conference

James Zogby: Trump/Netanyahu Meet: an Exercise in Fawning, Fantasy, and Anti-Palestinian Incitement

Eleven NFL players were recently invited on an all-expenses paid trip to Israel

Marc Lamont Hill: Why I Applaud The NFL Players Who Spoke Out Against Israel

Donald Trump says he will leave it to the Israelis and Palestinians to decide if there will be one state or two in the land between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River

Murray Forseter: Two-State Solution Is Only Way Israel Can Avoid Becoming a Discriminatory State

WASHINGTON, Feb 16 (Reuters) - President Donald Trump’s nominee to be U

Trump’s Pick For Ambassador To Israel Heckled During Confirmation Hearing

The majority of players invited on an all-expenses paid trip to Israel have pulled out after coming to the conclusion that the government was using them to promote a political agenda and improve its image abroad

NFL Players Pull Out Of Paid Trip To Israel Fearing They’re Being ‘Used’

President Donald Trump’s stunning comment that he “can live with” a one-state solution to the ongoing conflict between Palestinians and Israelis sent shockwaves through the U

Israel’s Right Wing Celebrates After Trump Abandons U.S. Commitment To 2-State Solution

President Donald Trump suggested he was no longer committed to a two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in a joint press conference with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday

Trump Abandons Commitment To 2-State Solution In Press Conference With Netanyahu

Very few capital cities in the world witnessed scenes of joy on the eighth of November 2016, when Donald Trump was elected President, and nowhere there registered a bigger, louder sigh of relief than in Jerusalem

Dr. Josef Olmert: Mr. Netanyahu Goes To Washington

GAZA, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Gaza’s ruling Hamas movement has chosen Yehya Al-Sinwar, freed in a 2011 prisoner swap with Israel after more than 20 years in jail, as its new chief in the Palestinian enclave following an internal election, sources close to the group said on Monday

Hamas Picks Hard-Liner As New Leader In Gaza