Blair is stepping down as the Quartet's 'peace process" envoy, a position in which he did almost nothing, thank God.
France's Orange CEO and Chairman wants to pull out of Israel.
New Polish Parliamentary Israel Allies Caucus was launched in Warsaw
The Dutch statement was not only "one sided," but amounted to a blood libel against Jews.
The CEO of Orange telecommunications pleads with BDS activists to understand that only his current contract stops his cutting ties with Israel.
Canadian Foreign Minister Nicholson tells reporters Israel is a "beacon of light, hope, a source of democracy and an example to the whole world."
Pres. Reuven Rivlin tells a UN envoy Israel won't help rebuild Gaza until Hamas returns the bodies of fallen IDF soldiers Lt. Hadar Goldin and St. Sgt. Oren Shaul.
He also criticized Britain for boycotting Israel's defense expo; British diplomat claims UK "committed" to trade links with Israel.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigns from his post amid a massive corruption scandal just four days after being elected to a fifth term.
Iran has not kept its end of the deal with US-led world powers, and has grown its nuclear fuel stockpile during talks.
Israel is fuming as the UN again validates terrorism with an official committee vote to grant a Hamas-linked group "NGO" status.
Foreign Ministry nerds are wrongly calling the boycott an aftermath of the FIFA nonsense.
German FM Frank-Walter Steinmeier advised Gaza's leadership to stop attacking Israel if it hopes for economic and other progress in the enclave.
The Islamic State its spreading tentacles in Southeast Asia, increasing the possibility of ties with Pakistan.
PM Netanyahu warns an international effort to delegitimize Israel will be an existential threat.
Steinmeier met with Netanyahu, Rivlin and Herzog.
A Shabbat-observant Jewish woman has won a $60,000 lawsuit from a car rental company that denied her a job because she cannot work on...
Israel praises FIFA for avoiding what Israel’s deputy foreign minister Tzipi Hotovely called an “absurd situation.”
FIFA Pres. Sepp Blatter, 79, was re-elected to a fifth term heading the world soccer federation, despite bribery allegations.
At the last minute before the proposal was to go to vote, Rajoub submitted an amendment that would cancel the bid to suspend Israel.
Zurich police have confirmed there was a bomb threat to blow up the FIFA congress, but they have since allowed the annual convention to continue following a search.
They stopped Blatter from speaking, waved PA flags and demanded "Israel out."
PM Netanyahu warns FIFA that Palestinian blackmail will ultimately kill the international soccer federation which hopes to expel Israel from the group.
A cyber security breach into the IRS computer system has been traced back to Russia. Cost; $50 million-plus.
The U.S. State Dept. had a difficult time explaining what the Quartet has ever accomplished except spending money.