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Two weeks ago, Hizbullah chief Hassan Nasrallah said that he expected members of his party to be charged by the UN court probing the Hariri murder. He said the probe had pushed Lebanon into a “very sensitive phase.”
While Schwartz was serving Obama’s transition team as adviser on UN issues, he coordinated several meetings with the Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court, which wants the U.S. to re-enter that agreement.
Eliseo Medina, international executive vice president of Service Employees International Union, has been honored by Democratic Socialists of America. During the most recent presidential campaign, Medina served on Obama’s National Latino Advisory Council.
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Israel is better off with a weak Hamas rather than a dead Hamas, for the time being, says Netanyahu.
Two mortars landed close to the Israel-Syrian border/cease-fire lines in the Eastern Golan Heights
If Israel would just not exists, and if Jews would stop being Jewish, there would be no anti-Semitism in the world.
We wish him a speedy recovery and a lifetime of laryngitis.
The FIlipino UN troops were successfully extracted by Irish UN troops from the Syrian rebel siege.
Joan Rivers, 81, is in an induced coma following throat surgery on Thursday. Rivers suffered a heart attack during surgery.
With new neighbors along our Syrian border, we thought we’d check out what they’re saying and what’s going on…
We wish a speedy recovery to Joan Rivers, the straight-shooting Jewish comedienne whose exact analysis of the war was, “Hamas started it.”
An IDF soldier who was critically injured last week by a rocket that hit Ashdod died from his wounds today. He is Israel’s 71st casualty in the war. Sergeant Natanel Maman, 21, from Gan Yavne, an Ordnance Corps soldier, was critically injured by a rocket that hit Ashdod last Friday. He was promoted posthumously from […]
More than 200,000 Muslims live in Michigan. Fifty of them showed up for a protest against ISIS.
Sofer, who may have died from dehydration after falling in a ravine while hiking, is being buried in Beit Shemesh.
The Boycott Israel movement, so far, is more bark than bite.
The bad news is that ISIS and Al Qaeda are on the Syrian Golan. The good news is that every terrorist in Syria is killing each other.
Netanyahu gets support from Congressmen on House Armed Services Committee
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