Reuven Rivlin

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The very idea that in our time we would see a Nazi flag – perhaps the most vicious symbol of anti-Semitism – paraded in the streets of the world's greatest democracy, and Israel's most cherished and greatest ally, is almost beyond belief.feedback
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We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Reuven Rivlin is associated, including Brussels, Abbas, and meeting. Most recently, Reuven Rivlin has been quoted saying: “For 50 years, Jerusalem has been ours, but we have not let her rest. Some want to divide her, some want to see her grow, some want to see her shrink. The city is pulled and pushed and argued about, here and all over the world.” in the article The six-day war: why Israel is still divided over its legacy 50 years on.
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Mar 17 2016 - Holocaust

Dagan "symbolized for many the rebirth of the State of Israel from the ashes of the Holocaust.feedback

Jan 27 2016

The handwritten letter has not been seen since it was filed away in the (presidential) archives.feedback

Oct 14 2011

If the Palestinians will believe that to bring to an end the conflict we will have to find a way to really fix the final borders between two sides, then we will have a solution. But if they believe that for the time being, they are ready to accept '67 in order to really fulfil the ideas of the step-by-step strategy, that afterwards they will talk about the 1948 borders. Then you have to understand we will have problems.feedback

Oct 14 2011

Every one, every thing in Israel is the West Bank. You have to understand everything that is situated on the west side of the river Jordan is the west side.feedback

Oct 14 2011

Of course, we are insisting upon negotiations with no pre-conditions. Of course, one of the conditions is to bring an end to the conflict. We are looking forward, and we are eager to find peace, not illusions because we had in the last 25 years a lot of promises that brought us to a lot of illusions and that is very dangerous.feedback

Oct 14 2011

If you are asking me what will happen afterwards, after I have withdrawn to the borders of '67, will I have peace? We will have to decide upon that in the Knesset. But I can assure you that more than 80 percent of the members of the Knesset – I'm not talking about myself – 80 percent of the members of the Knesset will vote in favour of an arrangement that will bring to an end the conflict.feedback

Oct 14 2011 - Israel

We are ready to get to an understanding with Palestinians and to live side by side. Unfortunately, the Palestinians believe that the occupied land is Jerusalem, is Tel Aviv and Jaffa, is the land of Israel. They are not accepting the idea….feedback

Oct 14 2011 - West Bank

I am not so sure. We have learnt, and the experience of Israel shows, that after letting the Hamas people become a political movement, they gained the majority, and are ruling the streets of Gaza. People are saying that in the next election they will rule the places of Judea and Samaria, which means the West Bank.feedback

Oct 14 2011

Oh, we are praying for that. For the time being we will talk about '67, afterwards we will talk about '48, afterwards we will talk about '47, after that….feedback

Oct 14 2011

He accepted two states for the time being. One Palestinian and one state of all its citizens. He is ignoring the understanding, not the demand, the understanding that Israel is a Jewish state. But you have to understand there are two peoples, and there is a conflict between two peoples. Both of them believe they are on the right side.feedback

Oct 14 2011

First of all, I demand from the other party only what I demand of myself. Unfortunately, Mahmoud Abbas believes that he can go to the international family of nations and make demands, to avoid, to short-cut, the understanding that we have to negotiate together. They want to impose peace on us, and that is something that we cannot accept at all.feedback

Oct 14 2011 - Muslim brotherhood

Unfortunately, we are not running negotiations with the people of Europe. We are negotiating with the Palestinians. More than half of the Palestinians – the Hamas people – believe that there is no way to recognise Israel at all. When they are ready to bring to an end the conflict, when they are ready to bring to and end the past, when they say: 'well, we are looking forward to the future', I am sure that negotiations, direct negotiations will bring us to the understanding that we'll have to live side by side and with an open border.feedback

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