Across Israel, Meir Panim responds to the growing needs of the country’s 1.75 million impoverished residents through various food and social service programs.
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Did Obama know who was sitting next to him when he said his guest “consistently renounced violence”?
The last thing Israel wants now is an excuse for the inevitable revolution against the Jordanian monarchy.
Volunteers dressed up in costumes sing Purim songs and distribute treats in an effort to cheer children hospitalized at the Dana-Dwek Children’s Hospital, at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, during Purim.
One of the lessons the IDF learned from the Second Lebanese War is how terrorists blended in with the scenery.
The Obama administration imposed sanctions on seven Russians and four Ukrainians in retaliation on Monday in response to the apparently imminent annexation by Russia of the Crimean peninsula of the Ukraine. Among those sanctioned were advisers to Russian President Vladimir Putin and parliament members in and former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. The European Union has […]
Hackers invaded the website of the left-wing Meretz party on Monday and readers now get an “Oops” or “Not available” message when trying to access it. The Hackers posted an Arabic message on the site. Apparently as part of their celebration of Israel Apartheid Week, which actually is a month-long festivity of attacking right-wing, the […]
Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch rightist, pro-Israel Party for Freedom, called for The Hague to be home to fewer Moroccans, which led an opposing candidate to compare him to Hitler. Wilders, an anti-Islam and anti-immigration politician and a supporter of Israel, made the comments last week during a campaign event. Local elections in Holland […]
Thousands of Arabs in the Palestinian Authority rallied in major cities on Monday in support of “Palestinian national rights,” the official WAFA news agency reported Monday. The supporters waved pictures of Yasser Arafat, the first terrorist to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah said at one rally, “We are here today […]
The State Dept. is absolutely blind and deaf to what is happening in Ramallah.
A photo essay from Purim in Hebron.
Israel is concerned that the missing MH370 could be used in a terror attack.
Northeastern U’s Students for Justice in Palestine Suspended following mock evictions
Gazan Rocket Attack Backfires.
It is easy to spot Haman in today’s world, but who is this year’s Esther?
Tensions between Russia and the West are mounting over the Russian military takeover of the Crimean Peninsula, with the United States and European countries threatening to impose sanctions.
Expansive outreach, of course, is nothing new for AIPAC. But in the wake of battles over Iran sanctions legislation that pitted the pro-Israel lobbying powerhouse against the White House, many congressional Democrats and liberals more generally, AIPAC’s traditional emphasis on Israel as a bipartisan issue has taken on added urgency.
Administration officials and Jewish groups sympathetic to Kerry’s initiative say there is a longer-term agenda in preempting attacks on the framework peace agreement the Obama administration is expected to propose soon.
“As we have since the beginning of the process, we continue to support Secretary Kerry’s diplomatic efforts to achieve a secure and lasting peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians,” AIPAC spokesman Marshall Wittman said in a statement to JTA.
WASHINGTON – Until recently, the rule of thumb in the pro-Israel community was that the bigger the academic group, the less likely it was to consider a boycott of Israeli colleagues.
WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping the enemy of one’s enemy truly does become a friend.
WASHINGTON – Is the U.S. government shutdown, which was still in effect as we went to press Tuesday evening, undermining the sanctions that helped bring Iran to Geneva this week for talks aimed at ending the standoff over its nuclear program?
WASHINGTON – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a blunt speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, warned that Israel was ready to go it alone against Iran should it come close to obtaining a nuclear weapon.
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