The report says Palestinians must act against terrorism, while Israel must stop settlement construction.
Barak Ravid is the diplomatic correspondent for Haaretz newspaper. He joined Haaretz in April 2007, covering the Prime Minister's Office, the Foreign Ministry and the Ministry of Defense, dealing with issues such as U.S.-Israeli relations, EU-Israeli relations and the peace process.
Before joining Haaretz, Barak Ravid worked for two years for Maariv daily newspaper, spending a year covering the Palestinian Authority and a year as a diplomatic correspondent.
Ravid has a BA in the history of the Middle East from the University of Tel Aviv. He served for six years as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces, and concluded his service with the rank of captain. He and his wife live in Tel Aviv.
Joseph Ciechanover reflects on six years of secret talks with Turkey and efforts to resolve the diplomatic crisis, telling Haaretz: 'I needed a lot of patience.'
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Obama calls Turkish president to give condolences for the Istanbul terror attack and commend him for signing reconciliation deal with Israel.
Two ministers report getting the impression that Defense Minister Lieberman blocked IDF representatives from attending the security council meeting.
Netanyahu condemns terror attack, which came hours after Israel and Turkey formally announced full renewal of diplomatic ties; Erdogan and Obama talk.
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked voted against the deal.
At least three ministers are expected to vote against the agreement with Turkey while two remain undecided ahead and Ankara begins planning appointments of new ambassadors.