The former president caused the most damage to the Palestinian people, wrote Ghattas. No wonder Bibi is envious.
Though he continues to justify his all-out onslaught against the U.S. president and the Iran deal, Netanyahu isn’t brave enough to admit there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
The former president is reportedly being weaned off of anesthesia and the respirator he has been connected to since suffering a stroke on Tuesday.
Doctors to decide on further treatment for the 93-year-old statesman, less than week after he suffered a massive stroke; President Rivlin visits hospital: 'I hope to see him recover.'
As he was wrapping up his presidency, Israel's last founding father grasped that nothing productive would come from Benjamin Netanyahu and started to create bypass routes in order to reach an agreement with the Palestinians; his dream of such a deal now seems further away than ever.
Former Israeli President Shimon Peres Remains Hospitalized in Serious Condition Two Days After Stroke
Peres' bureau says his condition did not change overnight, further consultations with doctors expected later in the day.
With his Yiddish accent, jacket and tie, he wasn’t seen as a real Israeli. In a state that invented the new Jew – sabra, tanned, a soldier, a daring adventurer – he was the old Jew, the exilic Jew.
While former Israeli President Shimon Peres remains in serious but stable condition, an extremely diverse group - from NBA stars to Norwegian politicians - reach out to the peace champion.
Earlier doctors said they were 'cautiously optimistic' as nonagenarian statesman showed signs of improvement after suffering massive stroke.
Doctors say they are 'cautiously optimistic' as nonagenarian statesman shows signs of improvement after induced coma following stroke.