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Notable Quotes

Grappling with the Unknown

{image_1}“We are living right now during dramatic changes that create a lot of new challenges and a lot of unknowns.” —IDF Maj.-Gen. Amir Eshel

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Conditions for Peace Deadlocked

Over Israel’s Right to Exist

{image_1} “The demands of this enemy [Israel] are strange and amazing demands, unique in the history of conflicts…They [Israelis] are not satisfied with Palestinian recognition that is a function of their state and its existence, but want recognition of the eternal right of Israel to exist. Possibly their nature will bring them to ask for compensation for the years that have passed without their state's existence, during the time it had the right to exist upon our skulls…

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The Iranian Threat Expands

To Turkey

{image_1} “If any threat is staged against Iran, we will target NATO’s missile shield in Turkey and will then attack other targets…The Turkish people are aware [of everything]…We are sure that the Muslim people of Turkey will promptly cut these systems into pieces under threatening conditions.”

—Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Aerospace Commander Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh

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Strong Words for Hard Times

On the Palestinian Bid for Statehood

{image_1}“…Today I hope that the light of truth will shine, if only for a few minutes, in a hall [UN General Assembly] that for too long has been a place of darkness for my country. As Israel's prime minister, I didn't come here to win applause. I came here to speak the truth.

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A Roll Call of the Nations

{image_1}“Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision! For the day of the LORD is near in the valley of decision.” Joel 3:14

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When Netanyahu Goes to Washington

{image_1} He Speaks to Congress…

On the Peace Process

“I am willing to make painful compromises to achieve this historic peace…This is not easy for me. I recognize that in a genuine peace, we will be required to give up parts of the Jewish homeland. In Judea and Samaria, the Jewish people are not foreign occupiers. We are not the British in India. We are not the Belgians in the Congo. This is the land of our forefathers, the Land of Israel, to which Abraham brought the idea of one God, where David set out to confront Goliath, and where Isaiah saw a vision of eternal peace. No distortion of history can deny the 4,000- year- old bond, between the Jewish people and the Jewish land…

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Netanyahu Speaks Out

On September’s UN Discussion of Palestinian Statehood

{image_1} “We will stand for our principles and fight those who try to dictate terms that would strip us of security and peace…We have been steadfast these two years, making sure that any peace agreement brings with it a secure, safe peace, not just peace on paper, but a sustainable peace. I have set two core principles to that effect: the first—Palestinian recognition in the State of Israel as the Jewish people's homeland, and the second—real security arrangements on the ground.”

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Missile Attack on School Bus Dismissed

{image_1} An anti-tank missile was fired at an Israeli school bus on April 7 from the Gaza Strip by Hamas just minutes after dozens of children had gotten off. The one child left on the bus was critically injured. Israel responded to the deliberate targeting of the bus by bombing Hamas targets.

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No Palestine without Jordan Valley

{image_1} While Prime Minister [PM] Benjamin Netanyahu is seeking international support for continued Israeli military presence in the Jordan Rift Valley, even in the event of a peace agreement, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said on March 8, “There is no Palestinian state without the Jordan Valley.”

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“Palestine Is Big”


Palestinian TV, which is owned by the Palestinian Authority (PA, Fatah) and operated under the auspices of Mahmoud Abbas's office, frequently presents Palestinians with a world without Israel, which is the most explicit non-recognition. Following are instances from three recent programs.

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