Archive: March 2010

Mar. 09

Ashton at centre of Brussels gloom

Mar. 09

The EU’s new diplomatic service

Mar. 09

High-flyer Lady Ashton’s answer to her low profile: give me a plane

Mar. 09

Lousy economy pushes more U.S. Jews to move to Israel

Mar. 09

US slams new J’lem homes approval

“The decision by an Interior Ministry committee to announce approval of plans for some 1,600 housing units in northeast Jerusalem’s Ramat Shlomo neighborhood cast a pall Tuesday night over the visit of US Vice President Joe Biden, who squarely condemned the move.”

Mar. 09

Brian McLaren proposes a ‘New Kind of Christianity’

Mar. 10

Temple Mt groups ask police to allow Passover sacrifice

Mar. 10

Obama aims to impose [Javier Solana’s] solution on Israel

Mar. 11

Israel plans more East Jerusalem homes as talks collapse

Mar. 12

Clinton warns Netanyahu to renew Middle East peace efforts

Mar. 13

Report: U.S. vows to halt Israeli building in East Jerusalem

Mar. 13

EU hints Israel must renew peace talks if it wants closer ties

Mar. 13

Javier Solana joins Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue

Mar. 13

EU calls on Israel to resume peace talks immediately

Mar. 14

Old City synagogue rededicated amid heightened tensions

Mar. 14

Ashton to push for resumption of Israel-Palestine peace talks

Mar. 14

U.S. presses for Israeli concessions

“The Obama administration refused to let go of the Ramat Shlomo construction controversy Sunday, with two top aides to US President Barack Obama slamming Israel amid a growing sense in Jerusalem that Washington was using the issue to squeeze diplomatic concessions from Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.”

Mar. 15

Reports: US wants Israel to cancel building plan

Mar. 15

Israeli envoy sees ‘historic crisis’ with U.S.

Mar. 16

‘Israel must prove peace commitment’

Mar. 17

EU think tank calls for ‘responsible global governance’

Mar. 17

Ashton: J’lem issue must be resolved

Mar. 17

EU diplomatic corps takes shape

Mar. 17

US may be seeking Israel ‘regime change’

Mar. 17

Blair courts controversial US pastor Rick Warren in bid to unite faiths

“Former prime minister builds network of Christian allies as he prepares to launch a religious ‘offensive’ in North America.”

Mar. 21

Quartet to Israel: Freeze settlements

Mar. 21

PM’s DC speech to be ‘important’

Mar. 21

State: Passover sacrifice would provoke Muslims

“[Israeli] State attorneys asked Sunday for the Supreme Court to forbid Jews to bring sacrifices on the Temple Mount. The appeal to the court was a response to a petition from the Temple Mount Institute, which requested permission to bring a sacrifice on the Temple Mount prior to Passover.”

Mar. 21

Israeli State: Passover sacrifice would provoke Muslims

“[Israeli] State attorneys asked Sunday for the Supreme Court to forbid Jews to bring sacrifices on the Temple Mount. The appeal to the court was a response to a petition from the Temple Mount Institute, which requested permission to bring a sacrifice on the Temple Mount prior to Passover.”

Mar. 22

Report: EU plans to boosts Israel ties, ignores illegal settlements

Mar. 23

Israel defies Obama over Jerusalem settlements

Mar. 25

Silence that speaks volumes: blackout as Israel’s leader leaves White House

Mar. 25

Israeli media slams PM’s ‘humiliation’ trip

Mar. 25

10 Kings, 1 Hour

WEU Assembly president, Robert Walter, said a decision has been made to end the WEU alliance. What does that mean for the ENPI theory?

Mar. 26

Binyamin Netanyahu humiliated after Barack Obama ‘dumped him for dinner’

Mar. 27

Lights Out

Cities across the globe voluntarily plunge themselves into darkness. Is Earth Hour a “beacon of hope” or a picture of the growing spiritual darkness?

Mar. 27

Israeli Supreme Court says no to Korban Pesach

Mar. 27

Jerusalem ‘key to peace,’ Abbas tells Arab League summit

Mar. 29

Jesus — Will He return?

Mar. 29

Report: U.S. will ‘consider abstaining’ if UN votes on East Jerusalem

Mar. 31

WEU announcement: 10-nation alliance to dissolve

The Western European Union released a declaration Wednesday, stating that its 10-nation military alliance has agreed to dissolve itself. Plans are being made to end the alliance, preferably by the end of June 2011.