Why are Israelis so afraid of a tiktor in Israel
In the coming days, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will hold a meeting with his foreign minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, to discuss how to deal with the Palestinian leadership, including the threat posed by the tikter, a Palestinian leader who is a key ally of Netanyahu and a former prime minister.
In a move that could spark a diplomatic crisis, the prime minister has decided to meet with the tikhon, who is believed to be based in Jordan.
Netanyahu has not held any meeting with the leader in several years.
This will be the first time he has met with the man in two decades.
The Palestinian leadership has threatened to cut off ties with Israel, including with the possibility of boycotting the meetings.
But Israeli officials said they have made no decision on boycotting these meetings.
The tiktkah, who has been a frequent guest on Israeli television and on the foreign ministry’s Facebook page, has been at the center of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the beginning of the conflict in the 1980s.
The leader was appointed prime minister in 2007 by then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
He has been accused of supporting a right-wing extremist movement that seeks to expel Palestinians from their homeland.
Israeli security officials say he is part of a broader Palestinian movement that includes Hamas, which is designated a terrorist organization by the United Nations.
The United States, France, Britain, Germany and Turkey have all voiced support for Palestinian efforts to boycott the meetings and have criticized Netanyahu for not doing enough to stop the movement.