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Israel, Saudi Arabia slam Western secrecy in temporary Iran accord.
Presidents often turn to foreign affairs when domestic agenda stalls.
Debates about Iran and Palestinian statehood will have an effect on Israel's mode of self-defense.
The tea party is faux outraged over a photo of the president speaking with his feet on his desk.
Experts say public must take wait-and-see approach to peace talks.
BEIRUT (AP) — Israel signaled a return to "business as usual" on Monday, a day after its aircraft struck targets in Syria for the second time in 48 hours in an unprecedented escalation of Israeli involvement in the Syrian civil war.
No clear peace path forward, experts say, despite good will between Obama and Netanyahu.
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) — U.S. President Barack Obama is meeting Palestinian officials on the second day of his Mideast tour to emphasize the importance of reaching an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, a message underscored Thursday when Palestinian militants in Gaza launched rockets into southern Israel.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A badly weakened Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scrambled Wednesday to keep his job by extending his hand to a new centrist party that advocates a more earnest push on peacemaking with the Palestinians after Israel's parliamentary election produced a stunning deadlock.
JERUSALEM (AP) — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was expected to win a third term Tuesday in the first election in decades in which the Mideast peace process didn't take center stage, with many Israelis focused more on economic woes than ending their conflict with the Palestinians.