The prime minister and president will be globe-trotting this year as Israel's international relations grow.
Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.
PM Netanyahu invited members of UNESCO to take a trip to the Arch of Titus to view the treasures of the Holy Temple and refresh their historic memories.
The cartoon was published amid news that the Australian LGBTIQ community shut down a meeting of traditional marriage groups planned for the Mecure Sydney Airport Hotel.
Netanyahu said, "We owe you one for the Australian troops and the liberation of our country from the Ottoman Empire."
"In a busy school, this student did go to a respected staff member said 'is this OK?' and the staff member said 'yes,'" the principal explained.
World Vision International shuts down its Gaza project and lays off 120 Gaza employees, at least temporarily, after project head indictment shows millions redirected to Hamas.
Foreign Minister Bishop publicly stated two years ago that the international community has no place to decide which Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria are legal and which ones are not.
Back on February 11, 2015, the Australian ABC network reported on Nechama Bendet's testimony to the Royal Commission that day, admitting it was a mistake that Yeshivah College had never apologized directly to Manny Waks, a student who had been sexually abused by a guard.
Australian Professor Norman Rosenbaum visits the scene of his brother's murder in Brooklyn 25 years later, denouncing violence with bereaved father Carmel Cato.
But World Vision Australia chief executive Tim Costello said he was “mystified” by the charges, because independent audits had found the charity's programs in Palestine were "clean."
Can Israeli 'human rights' organizations that are World Vision's 'partners' in 'co-resistance' please comment on that partnership?
World Vision Australia chief, Rev. Tim Costello told AAP, "We have absolutely nothing to do with terror. We audit every cent that goes through."
He insisted that “sometimes you have to make decisions that go against the grain but support the greater good,” but later took it back.
Our readers in Australia have sent us updates on the Kiddush stabbing.
Facebook penalized the target of anti-Semitism rather than the perpetrator, when a complaint was filed.
"That's not a knife..."
The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.
An Australian rabbi minces no words when it comes to dealing with anti-Semitic thugs at his synagogue.
The Shira Hadasha congregation has appointed an Orthodox female rabbi-in-residence for this May.
The chain stated: “Typo is not removing any country from the globe," and, "We never intended to offend anyone with this product.” But they somehow accomplished both.
U.S. and other Western embassies issue security alerts for citizens in the Sanlitun district of Beijing on December 25.
PA Education Minister Saidam for his part said the meeting as "very explosive and very challenging" and said the group had asked "rude and blunt" questions.
ISIS and Iran are drawing closer in the operational ranks, and it may be only a matter of time before the two merge their forces for bigger "projects."
The lights are going out: Melbourne's Chanukah celebration canceled due to international terrorism.