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Haaretz and Brit Tzedek v’Shalom articles

Articles

Abbas refusal to meet Netanyahu could scuttle tripartite talk plan

Abbas refusal to meet Netanyahu could scuttle tripartite talk plan

By Barak Ravid and Natasha Mozgovaya

Less than two weeks before the UN General Assembly is to meet, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas remains adamant in his refusal to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, potentially jeopardizing the Obama administration’s plans to hold a tripartite meeting in New York on September 23 or 24.

We’ve Got Your Back on Palestinian Accountability, Mr. President

We’ve Got Your Back on Palestinian Accountability, Mr. President

“The Palestinians have a set of obligations, some of which the Palestinian Authority have met, some of which they have not been as strong on.  We want to encourage them to clamp down on violence, to end the incitement that you still hear, unfortunately, in many Palestinian communities." --President Barack Obama, July 2, 2009

Obama in Ramadan message: U.S. unyielding in support for Palestinian state

Obama in Ramadan message: U.S. unyielding in support for Palestinian state

By Natasha Mozgovaya, Haaretz Correspondent, and News Agencies

The United States is "unyielding" in its support for a two-state solution between Israel and the Palestinians, U.S. President Barack Obama said in a special video message to the Muslim world on Friday to mark the beginning of Ramadan.

U.S., Israel inch closer to deal on settlements

U.S., Israel inch closer to settlement deal

By Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff

U.S. envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell arrived in Israel on Sunday to meet with Defense Minister Ehud Barak, as part of an ongoing effort to reach an agreement on settlement construction >>>

Mubarak: Obama has put Arab-Israeli peac

Mubarak: Obama has put Arab-Israeli peac

President Barack Obama’s "reassertion" of U.S. leadership in the Middle East offers a rare opportunity to get peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak said.>>>

Outpost Watch: Obama’s future minefield

Outpost Watch: Obama’s future minefield - and Netanyahu’s 

By Bradley Burston, Haaretz.com

The following is the first phase of a project aimed at helping monitor outposts and clarify the potential difficulty in countering them for the sake of peace. >>

Op-Ed: Israel backers must support a settlement freeze

Op-Ed: Israel backers must support a settlement freeze

By John Friedman

DURHAM, N.C. (JTA) -- The Jewish community in America has always supported Israel. We have raised funds, walked in solidarity, visited whenever possible and prayed for the safety of the Jewish state since its very inception. “Wherever we stand, we stand with Israel" is a comment made sincerely by many>>>

Iran turmoil emboldens opponents of dial

Iran turmoil emboldens opponents of dialog 

By Nathan Guttman 

WASHINGTON - Criticism of the Obama administration’s call for negotiations with Iran has gained new life as the country is rocked by unrest following disputed election results >>> 

Obama: Iranians should be free to demons

Obama: Iranians should be free to demonstrate 

By The Associated Press 

The White House spokesman Robert Gibbs on Friday said U.S. President Barack Obama condemns the use of violence and defended the right of Iranians to demonstrate >>>

 Obama takes tougher stance on Iran violence

Obama takes tougher stance on Iran violence 

By Natasha Mozgovaya, Haaretz Correspondent, and News Agencies 

U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday declared the United States and the entire world are appalled and outraged by Iran’s violent efforts to crush dissent, a clear toughening of his rhetoric as Republican critics at home pounded him for being too passive >>>

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