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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Israel

Israel will never withdraw from any Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Monday night at a ceremony marking 50 years of Jewish settlement in Samaria.

“This is the land of our fathers, this is our land. We are here to stay, forever,” Netanyahu said at the event held at the Barkan industrial park. “There will be no uprooting of communities in the Land of Israel.”

Netanyahu told a crowd of several thousand that past experience showed that withdrawing from Jewish settlements had not furthered the cause of peace. “Communities were uprooted and what did we get? We got missiles. That will not happen again,” the prime minister said.

Netanyahu called Samaria a “strategic asset” for the state of Israel

The Judea and Samaria Regulation Law balances between the needs of settlers and the property rights of Palestinians, the government said in a response filed late Monday to the High Court of Justice. Responding to challenges to the law that seeks to retroactively legalize Israeli settlements built on private Palestinian land in Judea and Samaria in exchange for the allocation of alternate lands or financial compensation, the State said the law is fair and equitable to all parties.

“The Judea

If Avi Gabbay ever had a “honeymoon” after being elected chairman of the Labor Party on July 10, the romance came to an end Sunday.

In a seven-page manifesto entitled “Toolbox for Victory” the new party leader called for a series of amendments to the party constitution, including granting the party chairman the right to to choose a spot on the party’s election slate for the Labor secretary general as well as the right to reserve four spots on the party’s election list for political allies

'This is a fast train which will take 28 minutes to get from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem,' said an Israeli minister.

An express-train route between Jerusalem-Tel Aviv made its first test run last Sunday, according to a report by Israel’s Channel 2.

“This is a fast train which will take 28 minutes to get from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem,” noted Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz. “This will ensure Jerusalem’s status and will give people the ability to live in it, to set up businesses and will completely change

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Sochi on the Black Sea later this week. The meeting will be Netanyahu’s fifth visit to the Russian capital since Moscow intervened in the Syrian civil war two years ago.

The Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement that the two will discuss the latest developments in the region as part of ongoing regular talks held every few months in order to discuss bilateral and regional issues and in order to