Each year Arab terrorism escalates when the UN General Assembly is in session, as if terrorists believe violence will help their cause.
The UN envoy to the Middle East is once again equating Arab violence against Israelis with IDF defense against stabbings.
PM Netanyahu orders increased forces at Temple Mount and in Old City before he leaves for New York to meet with Pres. Obama.
This week's meeting between PM Netanyahu and Pres. Obama is also likely to be their last face-to-face discussion about the "two-state solution."
UN Secy-Gen Ban expressed "outrage" at PM Netanyahu's "ethnic cleansing" video, but called PA glorification of terrorists "disgraceful."
Eighty thousand Aleppo residents starve as their fate is determined by which side blinks first in a game of chicken played in a ceasefire.
Unlikely art exhibit draws world attention to fallen Israeli soldiers held by Hamas
A group of UNIFIL soldiers were rushed to a field hospital in southern Lebanon after their vehicle blew up when it hit a landmine while on patrol.
Danon complained that most of the speakers at the event are known for their anti-Israel views.
Russia and the United States have agreed to work together to impose a cease-fire in Syria, again. Almost no one believes it will last: even their own allies.
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.
We went looking for those items that best reflect how the report turns facts and figures on their heads to come up with the preconceived conclusion: it's all the fault of the Israeli occupation, and once Israel is out of the picture you'll see how those Palestinians will become Switzerland of the Middle East.
North Korea is test-launching intercontinental ballistic missiles for the second time in two weeks.
Most striking for an organization founded on the ashes of the Holocaust, the UN enables its accredited NGOs to play a central role in promoting modern anti-Semitism.
Netanyahu said, "The UN envoy to the Middle East’s remarks to the Security Council distort history and international law and drive peace even further away."
He failed to mention the arrests and indictments by Israel of an international charity administrator and a UNDP employee, who confessed to directing millions of dollars to Hamas — which is why all those ruined buildings are yet to be rebuilt.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned "the enemy should understand that if it strikes, it will definitely be stricken by a yet stronger blow, with active defense turning to active assault as well.”
The Zionist Federation in Sweden held its fifth annual rally under the theme, 'Taking Back Zionism.'
The initiative to claim UN immunity for a terrorist probably came from an Arab UN employee.
Israel’s UN envoy Danny Danon was contacted by the UN legal office which claimed that UN employees are entitled to diplomatic immunity from prosecution by local authorities and that Borsch should receive UNDP visitors.
What is being presented as an ideological warfare between political factions in the PA, is, in fact, turf war between criminal enterprises.
PM Netanyahu points out that Hamas steals from its own people, leaving them homeless and hungry.
Cardoza-Moore contacted World Vision last week to find out how an Evangelical Christian organization could hire a Hamas terrorist sympathizer to distribute aid money — but to date she has not received a response.
Israel has informed these officials of its expectation that the UN, and especially its aid agencies, will unequivocally condemn Hamas for exploiting the humanitarian aid system for its own aims.
Borsch also confessed to influencing his superiors at UNDP to prioritize the rehabilitation in areas where Hamas seniors lived.