This weekend's peace summit in Paris led to no anti-Israel actions, thanks in part to successful diplomacy and pressure from Jerusalem, and from Israel's friends around the world. In the wake of the conference, Israel Hayom reports that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has assured PM Netanyahu that no further anti-Israel actions will result:
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry eased Israeli suspicions Sunday in a phone conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in which he provided assurance that the Paris peace conference would not lead to any kind of concrete outcome at the U.N. Security Council or elsewhere.
Kerry promised Netanyahu that the United States would not assist in passing a resolution against Israel in Tuesday's Security Council meeting, due to follow both the Paris conference and December's passing of Resolution 2334 against the settlement enterprise.
According to a senior official in Jerusalem, Netanyahu told Kerry that Israel had already suffered damage due to U.S. refusal to veto the Security Council resolution in December...