The numerous archaeological findings from the City of David unambiguously link the Jewish people to Jerusalem.
"No other nation has an entire agenda item dedicated to it at the Council."
The global event is seen as a way to recognize the importance of happiness in people's lives.
Israel has retained its 11th place – same as last year. When the first UN ranking was issued, in 2012, Israel was in 14th place.
The report is rife with baseless assertions, very broad generalities, frequent maligning of historic facts and a vehemently biased and outright hostile examination of Israel's legal history.
Trump originally wanted a 37% reduction in the State Department's budget, but gave in to pressure from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
"Friendly advice -- don't read it without anti-nausea pills," said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon.
The new fund will be created in addition to the already existing Western Wall Heritage Fund.
"Even the uprooting of 21 blossoming communities in Gaza didn't lead to peace, but rather, to rocket fire aimed at Israel."
Haley would not comment on the issue of forcing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down. Assad enjoys heavy support from Russia, Iran, and Iran's proxy Hezbollah.
Mamanet is based on cachibol – as in catch-a-ball – and resembles the 'catching' version of volleyball known to some as netball or newcome.
The exhibit draws attention to the refugee crisis and features works of welded iron superimposed over Reuter’s photographs of refugees.
"Palestine will remain the litmus test for this council," Mahmoud Abbas told the UN Human Rights Council.
'This is the way to respect international law as well as the security of Israel.'
“The loss sustained by Russia is grave and irreplaceable,” said Churkin’s deputy, Pyotr Ilyichev.
“I think peace is only possible, when none of the parties to the conflict think they can win. "
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North Korea's nuclear arsenal is an ongoing concern for the Jewish State, although there was no comment on the issue from the foreign ministry.
"The people of Israel will never leave the Land of Israel," UN ambassador Danny Danon announced at Columbia University.
Israel's envoy to UNESCO says the exhibit is a reminder that Jews were expelled by force from the Temple Mount.