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Surprises at UNESCO Conference: China Did Not Support the PLO, Mexico Voted for Israel

"This obsession with Israel will have a price tag, with the organization and the member states will have to devote dozens of hours, add days of debates, and sit through long discussions."

Netanyahu to IDF Rescue Team on Return From Mexico: Entire World Learning to Rely...

"True friendship is measured in moments of crisis ... we have a friendship in times of routine but we also have a friendship in time of emergency and it is perhaps the most important."

Body of Rabbi Found in Mexico City Rubble An Hour After Start of Rosh...

Tragically, the body of Rabbi Chaim Ashkenazi, z’l, the son-in-law of the Chief Rabbi of Mexico, Rabbi Shlomo Tawil, was pulled from the rubble.

Israeli Rescuers Applauded on Streets of Mexico City

Retired spokesman & head of social Media for the IDF Spokesperson's office Peter Lerner filed the enclosed tweet from Mexico City.

224 Die in Mexico City Earthquake on Anniversary of Lethal 1985 Quake

Local television stations broadcast images of people fleeing into the streets, where rubble and collapsing buildings were seen.

Netanyahu Departs for Historic Trip to South America

"This visit will ... will serve as an additional prop to support Israel‘s standing on the international stage."

Rivlin Tells OAS Leader ‘Israel is Committed to Peace’

President Rivlin spoke of "the need to build bridges and confidence between the Jews and Arabs of this region."

Report: Haredi Cult Leader Shlomo Helbrans Drowned in Mexico

According to Diardio de Chiapas, Helbrans' group of about 40 ultra-Orthodox Jewish families entered Chiapas three weeks ago legally from Guatemala, after having been expelled.

Israeli Emergency Aid Teams Help in Peru After Floods, Mudslides

Both Peru and Colombia have had diplomatic relations with Israel for decades.

Israel, Nicaragua, Announce Renewal of Diplomatic Ties

The relations between the two countries were severed following the 2010 Gaza flotilla.

Unbeaten Israel Clobbers Cuba 4-1 in World Baseball Classic

Israel's manager Jerry Weinstein took Marquis out after 69 pitches, which means he won't pitch again in the Tokyo round.

Lost 400-Year-Old Autobiography of Jewish Governor Returned to Mexico

In addition to his political career, Luis de Carvajal y de la Cueva was probably a slave trader, and the first Spanish person to cross the lower Rio Grande into Texas from Mexico.

Israel’s Crisis With Mexico Over, But Not Done

Mexico's president was polite when speaking with President Rivlin by phone but clear that his country is not likely to 'forgive and forget' so fast.

Mexico Irate at Netanyahu’s Pro-Wall Tweet

Things started to get rough in Jerusalem when the foreign ministry was receiving panicky messages from heads of the Jewish community in Mexico.

Latin American Academic Leaders Visit Israel, Sign Cooperation Agreements with Hebrew U.

Latin American academic leaders from 20 universities toured Israel and signed cooperative agreements with Hebrew University this week.

Israel, Honduras Sign Agreement to Upgrade Bilateral, Security, Technological Ties

PM Netanyahu and Honduran Pres. Hernandez agreed to tighten bilateral, security and technological ties.

Guatemala President Morales: We Want to Work Together, Deepen Friendship

The president of Guatemala was received warmly by PM Netanyahu and both focused on improving bilateral ties.

PA Arabs, State Dept. Mourn Fidel Castro, as Miami Exiles Dance in the Streets

Al Jazeera claims that Yasser Arafat and Fidel Castro developed close diplomatic and personal ties, and Castro invited Arafat to Cuba "at least eight times," each time welcoming the PLO terrorist "like he was a head of state."

Guatemala Holocaust Museum First in Central America

When it opens officially, in early 2017, the museum's permanent collection will focus on the "Holocaust by Bullets."

Israeli Jewish Leaders Furious at UNESCO Rejection of Jewish Ties to Jerusalem

Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.

PM Netanyahu : UNESCO Resolution is ‘Theater of the Absurd’

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.

New Smuggler Tunnel Detected, Under US-Mexican Border!!

A new smuggler tunnel has been found by police, running between Mexico under the border to the USA.

President Rivlin and Paraguayan President Cartes Commit To Improving Bilateral Relationship

President Reuven Rivlin and his counterpart from Uruguay enjoyed a cordial conversation in Jerusalem, agreeing on numerous points.

Sign of the Times: Cuba May Be Going Kosher

"Be careful about soups and all other side dishes since Cubans like to use pork in just about everything."

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