Ambassador David Friedman has cast aspersions on Israeli society and the Israel Defense Forces by suggesting that the country could descend into civil war
David Friedman is Donald Trump's designated U.S. Ambassador to Israel.
During Trump's presidential run, Friedman was among the top advisers to say the president-elect would recognize united Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and implement Congress' decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
Friedman, an Orthodox bankruptcy lawyer who has for years worked for Trump and his real estate business, is positioned on the far right of the Israeli political map - more hardline in his views than Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
In closed meetings and openly on Twitter, David Friedman propagandizes for Israel’s annexationist right; his only mention of Palestinians is to blame and vilify them. Sadly, in Israel’s foreign diplomat circles, he’s not alone
'The settlers aren't going anywhere,' David Friedman announced to a group of U.S. Jewish leaders at a conference in Jerusalem, Channel 10 News reported
Hamas praised yesterday's terror attack as the continuation of 'resistance to Trump's Jerusalem decision'
This decision was reached against the advice of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who warned about the need to complete security steps, said the report
U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman requested they denounce the term last week, but the State Department hasn't altered any definitions just yet
Friedman's recent comments show the 'moderate' positions he adopted during his nomination were entirely fake. How can the U.S. ambassador to Israel smear opponents, act as a representative of Israel's settlers and misrepresent U.S. policy?
Rabbi Aryeh Lightstone has been working for U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman for several months, but previously worked at Shining City, which gave millions of shekels to Im Tirzu from unknown sources
State Department says David Friedman's claim that Israel 'only occupies 2 percent of the West Bank' does not reflect a new policy on behalf of Washington
The term 'two-state solution' has lost its meaning, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman said in an interview with Israeli media, and a new peace plan is in the works