Putin willing to host Netanyahu and Abbas?Egyptian President tells journalists he was told by Putin that he is ready to host direct talks between Netanyahu and PA.
Interfaith teens visit Capitol Hill28 Muslim, Christian and Jewish teenagers from Jerusalem and the United States encourage peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
PA insists on timeframe for talks with IsraelPA chairman meets Kerry and French counterpart in Paris, says any reboot of peace talks with Israel should happen within a clear timeframe.
Kerry and Abbas to discuss 'two-state solution'Secretary of State to meet PA chairman Abbas in Paris to discuss stalled peace process.
Netanyahu: We welcome Al-Sisi's peace effortsSpeaking on Egypt's National Day, Netanyahu expresses his appreciation for President al-Sisi's efforts to renew Israel-PA talks.
Hollande: France is committed to Israel-PA peaceFrench President meets PA chairman in Paris, says his country is committed to leading international efforts to help secure Israel-PA peace.
Kerry and Abbas to meet, discuss peace talksState Department says Kerry will travel to Paris this week for talks with PA chairman on peace prospects with Israel.
Abbas urges Africans to support French initiativePA chairman calls on African Union member states to support the French peace initiative, which Israel rejects.
Arab nations: Quartet report biasedArab nations call on Security Council not to endorse Quartet report because the Palestinians view it as biased in favor of Israel.
Egypt wants to host direct Israel-PA talksFollowing Egyptian Foreign Minister's visit to Israel, officials say Egypt wants to host direct talks between Israel and the PA in Cairo.
PA considering another anti-Israel resolutionSenior PA officials say PA may again go after Israel at the Security Council due to concern Washington will foil the French initiative.
UN envoy: Two-state solution is 'slipping away'UN's Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov calls on Israel and the PA to implement Quartet report.
Netanyahu rejects equating terrorism, constructionNetanyahu responds to Quartet report, rejects its attempt to equate Palestinian terrorism with construction in Judea and Samaria.
Quartet blasts incitement but also 'settlements'As anticipated, Middle East Quartet criticizes both Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria as well as the PA's incitement to terror.
UN chief blasts calls on Israel to work for peaceMeeting with PM Netanyahu, Ban Ki-moon urges "courageous steps" toward peace.
Kerry leaves for Rome to meet NetanyahuMeeting between PM and Secretary of State expected to deal with Quartet report criticizing Israel.
Netanyahu-Kerry upcoming meeting confirmedPM Netanyahu and Secretary of State to meet on Sunday in Rome to discuss stalled peace efforts.
UN's Ban to visit Israel amid continued peace pushUN Secretary General heads to France ahead of a Middle East tour that will take him to Israel and the PA.
'International conferences distance peace'Foreign Ministry rejects EU decision to adopt the French peace initiative.
Netanyahu, Kerry to meet as peace push continuesNetanyahu and Kerry to meet against the backdrop of French peace initiative and a Quartet report criticizing Israel.
EU to back French peace initiativeDespite Israeli efforts to stop it, EU Foreign Affairs Council expected to adopt a resolution backing the French peace initiative.
Kissinger: Interim agreement the better solutionFormer Secretary of State says interim agreement must ensure Israel’s security but also the dignity of the Palestinians.
Hamas rejects peace with the 'Zionist entity'Hamas official criticizes Egyptian President's call for peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
Kahlon: In the end there will be two statesFinance Minister urges opposition leader Yitzhak Herzog to join the coalition, says a Palestinian state will ultimately be established.
Saudi FM: Arab Peace Initiative the best solutionSaudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir rejects Netanyahu's call to update Arab Peace Initiative.
Erekat hails French initiativePLO secretary-general says Paris peace summit is a "significant step" on the path to peace, rejects Netanyahu's call for direct talks.
Netanyahu: Direct talks better than peace summitNetanyahu tells French Foreign Minister that encouraging Abbas to sit down for direct talks would be more useful than a peace summit.
European diplomats: Paris talks a victory itselfDiplomats believe any effort is better than none at all, even as Israel, US oppose the conference.
Kahlon hints resumption of peace talks is imminentFinance Minister says rumors about resumption of Israel-PA talks hold more water than some think.
Netanyahu: Path to peace not through conferencesPrime Minister Netanyahu again criticizes the French peace initiative, says direct talks are the only way to achieve peace.
Saudi Arabia plays down Netanyahu's peace commentsSaudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister says it's too early to assess Israel's seriousness to discuss changes in Arab peace initiative.
Erekat: Netanyahu's statement is 'PR strategy'PLO Secretary-General rejects Netanyahu and Liberman’s statement in favor of peace talks and the two-state solution.
Abbas adopts a soft tone on LibermanPA chairman says Israel's new Defense Minister should be judged based on his approach to peace talks.
Sanders: Take the Palestinians into account tooDemocratic presidential candidate says he supports Israel’s right to exist, but stresses the Palestinians must also be considered.
Blair: Arab states will normalize ties for peaceFormer British PM says Arab countries would be willing to be more flexible in normalizing ties with Israel if peace talks resume.
Report: Israeli delegation in Cairo for talksEgyptian officials claim Israel has chosen Cairo to mediate with PA over France; delegation also to coordinate security in Sinai.
Report: Arabs willing to change peace initiativeSaudi Arabia, the Gulf states, Jordan and Egypt reportedly prepared to change their attitude towards Israel in exchange for peace with PA.
Kerry meets Sisi following call for peaceSecretary of State John Kerry meets Egyptian President to discuss the Middle East peace process.
Herzog: Egypt's call for peace a rare opportunityZionist Union chairman links his desire to join the coalition with the statement by Egypt's President calling for a peace agreement.
Abbas welcomes Egypt's call for peace talksPA chairman says he welcomes Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s call for a peace agreement between Israel and the PA.
Egyptian President pushes PA-Israel peace talksIsrael-PA peace deal could be 'more important' than Israel-Egypt deal, President Sisi insists.
Erekat: Kerry will attend French peace summitPLO chief negotiator says that despite being reluctant to support the French peace initiative, Kerry will attend a May 30 summit in Paris.
U.S. reluctant to support French initiativeState Department unable to say whether Kerry will attend France's international summit aimed at solving Israel-PA conflict.
French PM to visit Israel, discuss peace talksFrench PM Manuel Valls will visit Israel and the PA this month in a bid to engineer a peace deal based on a two-state solution.
Ya'alon: Peace deal must come from withinUltimately, a peace deal with the PA should be only the business of the PA and Israel - but it won't happen soon, Ya'alon says.
Abbas in Egypt to discuss Israel-PA peace processPA chairman to meet with a number of Egyptian officials and discuss Gaza tension as well as peace process.
Trump: I'd love to broker an Israel-PA peace dealRepublican presidential frontrunner says an Israel-Palestinian would be a “beauty”.
Danon: PA, not Israel, rejecting peace talksIsrael on alert amid possibility of French-brokered talks, but note lack of leadership purely on PA side.
Jordan's FM discusses peace talks with KerryJordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh calls for peace talks resulting in viable and independent Palestinian state.
Israel rejects French peace initiativeJerusalem warns international summit will 'distance PA from direct talks,' as France remains vague on 'Palestine' recognition threats.
French FM: Only the 'two-state solution' will workFrench Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault says international summit must result in guarantees and not declarations.
France announces May 30 Israel-PA peace talksMeeting of ministers from 20 countries in Paris to force peace talks on Israel, although Israel and PA aren't invited.
Kerry to continue pushing for 'two-state solution'Secretary of State says the United States will push for a two-state peace until the end of Obama's mandate.
Putin tells Abbas he backs Israel-PA peace effortsRussian President meets PA chairman in Moscow, backs efforts aimed at facilitating the Middle East peace process.
Kasich: We shouldn't interfere in conflictRepublican presidential candidate says the United States should not interfere in the Israeli-PA conflict unless asked.
Erekat: Liberman is lying about secret talksPLO Secretary-General dismisses Liberman's claims that Israel has been holding secret talks with the PA, calls him a liar.
Clinton: It's unfair to blame IsraelDemocratic presidential frontrunner signals to Jewish voters she will be more openly supportive of Israel if elected.