Jerusalem Post headline Israel and the US: Don’t forget about the free market article Israel and Washington have been discussing a new peace agreement for decades.
The US and Israel have been locked in a tit-for-tat dispute over settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
The two countries have been at odds over Israel’s continued occupation of the Palestinian territories, including East Jerusalem, and over US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The peace talks between the US and Israeli leaders resumed in February and were expected to last until at least the end of the year.
But Trump has said he would not allow the two sides to resume peace talks unless they get an “unprecedented” peace agreement.
Trump has also repeatedly urged the two nations to reach an agreement on a new Iran deal that he says would be more than adequate to keep Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons.
The US has warned that the agreement, if it is implemented, could result in a nuclear-armed Iran.
However, the Trump administration has been unable to reach a deal in the past and is now considering a new agreement.
The United States has been pushing for a new accord with Israel, the Palestinians and the other parties to the conflict in the Middle East, including the Syrian government, which has been supported by Iran, as well as Jordan, which was also involved in the talks.
Israel has been looking to strengthen its hold on the region with the establishment of settlements in occupied territories, but has been under pressure from the US.
The new Israeli-Palestinian agreement will provide a framework for future settlement construction in the territories.
Read more: Israel, US discuss new Iran peace deal – Reuters article Israel’s ambassador to Washington, Danny Danon, on Thursday called for a comprehensive peace deal with the Palestinians, saying the country’s main problem was that it had no leverage over the Palestinians.
Israel’s security cabinet is set to meet in Washington on Saturday to decide the fate of its efforts to revive the peace talks.
The Palestinian Authority, which governs the West bank and Gaza, is opposed to a new pact, saying it will increase the pressure on Israel to drop the Israeli-Palestine conflict.
In its submission to the US Congress, the Palestinian Authority said that it would seek to “impose a comprehensive and irreversible settlement freeze” if the peace negotiations with Israel were to resume.
The UN Security Council has voted to approve a draft resolution calling for a “one-state solution” for the two states.
It is the first time the council has backed a resolution for a two-state deal.
Read more:’I don’t see how the US is going to do anything’Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has also said that he will not allow a deal to be reached until he is able to achieve the “immediate, unconditional” withdrawal of the Palestinians from their illegal settlements.
“I don.t. see how Israel can continue to exist with the Palestinian issue,” he said in a radio interview on Thursday.
“If the US wants to move on, then it has to be able to move.”
Netanyahu said that the US was “not going to negotiate in good faith”.
“I’m going to hold them to the international law.
I’m going no to anything that doesn’t come from international law,” he added.