All the prophecies of doom that were a source of hope for those who believed the Israeli occupation must come to an end have dissipated.
With help from Russia, Iran and Hezbollah, the Syrian army is making 'great strides,' Walid al-Moallem says, rejects Geneva roadmap for political transition.
Russia and the U.S. failed miserably at managing the cease-fire they orchestrated, and are both responsible for the absurd situation now delaying the assault on ISIS' stronghold.
Analysis At UN, Netanyahu's Gimmicks Have Run Out, His Passion Gone and Even Iran Isn't What It Used to Be
Ahead of his sixth UN address, Netanyahu promised no surprises. He kept to his word and even disappointed with a speech full of worn-out arguments. At least in the past there was some cartoon or witty pun to go with it.
The Israeli prime minister yet again demonstrated his skills as an orator: He lectured Abbas, scolded the UN, pulled another PR stunt, and even drew some applause.
At the UN General Assembly, the Palestinian president spoke of a disappearing dream while charging the international community with abandoning him and the Palestinians' cause.
Right wing Israelis are willing to turn a blind eye to Netanyahu’s declarations, as long as they see he’s winking himself.
'Realization of a historic reconciliation between the Palestinian and Israeli peoples requires that Israel acknowledge its responsibility for the Nakba inflicted on our people to this very day,' says PA president.
U.S. officials believe Russian aircraft were responsible for the strike, which killed around 20 people and prompted the UN to suspend land deliveries.
'Israelis and Palestinians will be better off if Palestinians reject incitement and recognize the legitimacy of Israel, but Israel recognizes that it cannot permanently occupy and settle Palestinian land.'