Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, accompanied by Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon, visited the Israel Navy dockyard in Eilat this afternoon [Mar. 10] to see for themselves the captured Iranian supplied weapons that were found aboard the freighter 'Klos-C' at the end of last week.
Op-ed: Palestinians will never accept any peace plan, no matter how reasonable it seems to Israelis and Americans. The quixotic, well-meaning search for a two-state solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict is futile, and it always has been. That statement is not offered as an ideological trumpet call for annexing the West Bank [Judea and Samaria] or an emotional cri de coeur. Rather, it is meant to provide a realistic perspective, one needed to see future prospects with clear eyes.
Prime Minister David Cameron is scheduled to visit Israel for the first time since taking office in 2010. During the two-day visit, he will meet with Prime Minister Netanyahu and is expected to address the Knesset on Wednesday (Mar. 12). The trip was originally scheduled to take place last month but was canceled because of the devastating flooding that occurred in England.