Washington analysts believe the White House has decided to refrain from any "obsessive engagement" in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In his public statement to US President Trump at their meeting in New York, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed "the terrible nuclear deal with Iran."
Among a series of momentous rulings handed down yesterday, Israel's High Court of Justice declared the law exempting yeshiva students from army service unconstitutional.
The police are also investigating whether people close to Michael Ganor contributed to Yuval Steinitz's primaries campaign.
The White House's view on the State Department-led initiative is not clear.
The UIA chairman and former minister, who was arrested this week, has been making his fortune when was supposed to be raising money for the Jewish people.
Rachel Liel, the outgoing New Israel Fund executive director in Israel, tells "Globes" that all Israelis have benefitted from the social change organization.