JERUSALEM – Emboldened by Hamas claims of victory against Israeli forces in Gaza during Operation Pillar of Cloud, Hamas strongman Khalid Meshaal has ordered pro-Hamas militias across the West Bank to prepare for a military takeover of the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority under the guise of a “popular uprising” against Israel.
Right now, a lot of eyebrows are probably being raised as high as the champagne glasses, after Defense Minister Ehud Barak granted Ariel College his stamp of approval.
A historic Jewish building in Jerusalem’s ancient City of David was firebombed by local Arabs , with supporters recording and posting the videotape on YouTube.
In a series of interviews with the Associated Press, Palestinian officials have detailed a plan of incrimination and isolation it expects to employ in the event that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is re-elected in January.
South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress, voted to make boycotts, divestment and sanctions of Israel part of its official policy.
Hundreds of articles detailing the real life and passionate fight of the Jewish community of Hebron to maintain their historic and modern claims to the city purchased by the Jewish patriarch Abraham have been published online.
The real bonus to Bennett and his party came from the Likud party, which has been hemorrhaging votes in the polls to the Beit Yehudi list.
The United Nations General Assembly adopted nine resolutions on the topics of Palestinian rights and the Golan Heights.
A significant portion of the new Jewish neighborhood in Givat Hamatos, one of the new eastern Jerusalem projects announced by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the wake of the Palestinian Authority’s decision to unilaterally seek non-member observer state status at the UN, has been rejected by the Jerusalem municipality.
The State Department on Tuesday spoke with disdain about Israel’s “pattern of provocative action” – the building of homes for Jewish citizens in Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria.
"In any conceivable political arrangement, Israel will not cede control of E-1."
For election purposes, the expulsion was scheduled for next April, because the PM fears losing even more votes to the right.
A New Zealand government fund divested from three Israeli companies because of their involvement in the construction of Judea and Samaria settlements.
On Sunday evening Arab threw three firebombs into the entrance of Kibbutz Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion. The Arabs then fled into nearby Beit...
Arabs demonstrators plan to break into Jewish sections of Hebron.
Terrorists shoot at the Neve Tzuf settlement, nearly killing a girl.
"The Palestinian policemen proved that our state does have a border, and the Israeli occupiers can't walk in here whenever they want, because if they will – they will be beaten up."
Come the next American pressure, Netanyahu will fold.
According to Freeman, the rabbis and settlers are to blame for Israel's belligerent military actions.
Danon came fifth in the primaries, which often means a ministerial position.
As cheerleaders shake their pom poms, top-dollar players hone their victory dances, and marketers prepare to rake in the dough raised through advertising and sales, Super Bowl XLVII will not just showcase a rivalry between this year’s best winningest football teams, but stands to highlight a burgeoning campaign against Israeli life in the biblical heartland.
Now that the Palestinian Authority has been recognized as a non-member observer state at the United Nations, it will now use its new power to ask the Security Council to force Israel to abandon plans to build in the E-1 area near the Jewish city of Maale Adumim.
Heralding the worsening of relations between Israel and Europe, the European Union is reportedly mulling the passing of sanctions on Israel, including the restriction of marketing Israeli goods and the boycott of goods made by Jews in Judea and Samaria – as punishment for Israel’s decision to develop additional housing in areas Palestinians say should be theirs.
On Wednesday, the Civil Administration Planning Council rushed through approval on the plan to build 3000 apartments in E1, between Jerusalem and Ma'aleh Adumim.
Incredibly, the AP badgered the U.S. State Department spokesperson about the passport stamp change.