Isn't there a US law regulating citizens' interference in the country's foreign relations? OK. As a former President he can certainly express his opinions. But in this situation , he seems to be making Palestinian policy as much as opining about it. Maybe he should register as a lobbyist-agent for a foreign country. His role and position would then be perfectly legal. Unless , of course, he is but doing President Obama's bidding ! Now THAT would be news.
Turkey: Reaching limits but will keep taking in refugees (AP)
from the article: Carter: Palestinians seriously weighing one-state solution
German members of pro-Israel EU group warn of blow to bilateral ties as a result of any 'impediment for the freedom of expression in Israel.'04:54 07.02.16 | 5 comments
Netanyahu calls on the international community to 'condemn the desecration of synagogues which is just another result of unending Palestinian incitement.'11:20 07.02.16 | 0 comments