Student Union opens ‘hasbara’ room in effort to fill public diplomacy vacuum.
“All focus must be on attacking the settlement project diplomatically, politically and legally,” said one Fatah source.
The organization was first formed in 2006. It operates from both the Golan Heights and Syria, and is reportedly tied to the Syrian government.
“Religious totalitarianism is not just the belief that one religion is right,” added Patel, “but also that there is only one correct interpretation of that religion and everyone should practice it or else.”
He said metal detectors are far more effective, noting instances in which the detectors caught banned objects while the body screeners missed them.
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US Secy of State John Kerry told reporters in Jerusalem there is “still work to be done” in trying for a cease fire with Hamas.
The IDF was forced to attack a Gaza City hospital on Wednesday when it became a Hamas terrorist base.
Outgoing President Shimon Peres thanks UN leader Ban Ki-moon but warns it is time to stop ignoring Hamas terrorism and help Israel.
Another UNRWA school is found to be a storage spot for untold number of Hamas missiles.
Former NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg defied a flight ban imposed by an Obama administration cowed by terror, flying to Israel with El Al.
Golani brigade commander was hospitalized after being wounded, but he returned to the battlefield to complete the mission.
The Ruderman Family Foundation rewards Jewish organizations for promoting inclusion of those with disabilities.
We mourn the dead, wish a speedy recovery to the wounded, and pray that God guides the government.
Israel’s transportation minister said cancelling flights to Israel is like handing a prize to terrorists.
Ban ki-Moon and John Kerry might have some credibility if they would talk peace with terrorists in Syria.
“Like all mothers of soldiers, I pray that this ends peacefully, that all the boys come home safe-and-sound,” Ruthie says.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon said Tuesday that he respects the legitimacy of Israel’s right to defend itself, but also called on Israel to limit its reaction to ongoing Hamas rocket fire at Israeli civilians. According to a report on the Hebrew-language Ynet website, Mr Ban also said his organization rejected the terror gang’s […]
Left-wing Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said Tuesday that no ceasefire is imminent between Israel and Hamas, and added that the current military operation in the Gaza Strip was “unavoidable.” Speaking to Army Radio, Livni said there is no substance to Palestinian reports earlier in the day that Israel and the terrorists were considering an additional […]
Six IDF soldiers wounded in Gaza have showed significant improvement at Soroka Hospital in Beer Sheva, Israel Radio reported. Three soldiers have been downgraded from “serious” condition to “moderate,” and three additional soldiers are now listed as “lightly injured.” One hundred fourteen soldiers are currently hospitalised as the result of the fighting.
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