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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, February 19, 2017


Science and Technology Minister Ofir Akunis on Tuesday wished success to Prime Minister Netanyahu ahead of his meeting with President Trump, calling the president "pro-Israeli and friendly."

In his speech at the 14th Jerusalem Conference, Akunis harshly attacked the "two-state solution", saying that he opposes the establishment of a Palestinian state.

"Tomorrow our Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will meet with the President of the United States, a friend of Israel, Donald Trump. To my great satisfaction, and I am sure also to yours, a new, friendly, pro-Israel American government was elected. To my mind, they are also brave and uncompromising, and therefore of course, I send them my blessing," said Akonis.

He said that new

Haredi MK responds to report of lax security at holy site on Shabbat, warns Arab media pushing story could inspire attack

Chairman of the Public Appeals Committee, MK Yisrael Eichler (United Torah Judaism), has warned that a recent investigative report on lax security at the Western Wall in Jerusalem could inspire Islamic terrorists to target the holy site.

Last week, Channel 2 publicized an exposé by investigative journalist David Suleiman which claimed security check exemptions at the

Call for sanctions after media reports said Israel bank channeled govt funds to settler group for construction

The Palestinian Authority on Tuesday called on the United Nations and other international institutions to impose sanctions on Israeli banks which provide "financial facilities to settlers and settlement construction."

A statement from the Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs referred to a specific alleged case of an Israeli bank providing funds to a pro-settlement organization to

Israel said on Sunday it would not allow in former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo, who is wanted in connection with a corruption probe, before his affairs were settled in Peru.

Peru had been informed by U.S. authorities on Saturday that they were not planning to keep Toledo from boarding a flight to Israel from California that was scheduled to land in Tel Aviv on Sunday.

"Former Peru President Toledo will be allowed into Israel only when his matters are settled in Peru," a Foreign

Opposition Leader and Zionist Camp faction leader Yitzhak (Bougie) Herzog called Monday on Israel to grant additional powers to the Palestinian Authority in Judea and Samaria, including in Area C, as part of a 10-point, 10-year plan to separate Israel from the Palestinians.

Right-wing leaders including Samaria Regional Council Head Yossi Dagan praised Herzog for appearing at the conference, as well as the right-leaning audience for listening attentively to ideas with which they disagreed. The