In the past several days, a few new wrinkles have appeared in the Trump administration "deal of the century" peace plan conceived by first son-in-law Jared Kushner: CNN broke the news that the political portion of the self-described Ultimate Deal would be delayed again, this time until after the September 17 Israeli elections.
Israel's National Library has digitized a rare collection of communal ledgers from long-lost Jewish communities of Europe, offering the public a chance to study an era seen as a golden age of Jewish self-governance before the Holocaust.
A former general who served as Israel's chief liaison officer to the Palestinians will attend next week's U.S.-led conference on the Palestinian economy in Bahrain in a private capacity, a person briefed on the matter said on Tuesday.
A Qatari technical delegation held talks in Israel and the Gaza Strip this week about helping pay for a proposed new power line between them, officials on both sides said on Tuesday, marking a potential expansion of Doha's aid efforts for Palestinians.
Aaron David Miller writes that Donald Trump's peace plan on the Israel-Palestine conflict has proven so far to be pretty much a fraught affair. The administration's agenda is clearly focused on not just killing the two-state solution, but to make it harder for its successors to embrace.
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