Peace is a historic process, not a timetable. At first, Palestinians have to recognize Jewish state

We can take comfort in the knowledge that at least part of the Arab world is beginning to recognize that with the Iranian threat, and the chaos of the Arab Spring aftermath, serious efforts are required to strike some kind of deal with Israel emphasizes Ambassador Zalman Shoval

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EXCLUSIVE The West Cannot Risk Relying Solely on the Intelligence Information on the Iranian Bomb, Says Israeli High Ranking Diplomat

Ambassador Zalman Shoval , Special Envoy to Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, and former Ambassador of Israel in the United States, shares his thoughts with Tom Pompowski, Editor of ChristianConceptsDaily, on the Iranian threat, and the unrest in the Middle East.

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Special Envoy to Prime Minister Netanyahu: Still No Peace Partner

Whatever the direction, the first step is for the Palestinians to accept the peace-option honestly and courageously ─ and not to go on dragging their feet, or worse, harboring unrealistic dreams, as they have for the last 64 years argues Ambassador Zalman Shoval, a Special Envoy to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

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