“Regretfully our president is the Neville Chamberlain of our day – he doesn’t know how to handle evil,” commented Pittenger, “Netanyahu is Winston Churchill – and the American public deserves to hear his point of view as the prime minister of the country that sits in the heart of it all.”
The US constantly badgers Israel to reward Abbas for joining ICC by forking over tax revenues.
Can you imagine Jews throwing snowballs at the Western Wall?
The president may schedule high-profile interviews while Netanyahu visits. Who, if anyone, will address AIPAC?
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Qatar and the UAE, led by Sunni Muslims, share Netanyahu's fear of Obama making a bad deal with the Shi'ite regime.
Cong. Dennis Ross (R-FL) and Cong. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) visit Israel and hear about the peace before Oslo.
The parties keep trading seats back and forth, but the right-left blocks remain the same.
The lack of incitement on the Temple Mount does not serve the Palestinian Authority cause.
The White House must think that extremists will fight themselves. Or maybe he wants to "engage" them. Just don’t call them Muslims.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat will personally pick the winning Jerusalem snowman.
“Deliveries in ambulances always place us under even greater stress until we hear the first cry of the baby,” said paramedic Aluma Simon....
This is not a snowstorm. This is a blizzard, even by New York's standards.
Divest Harvard plans week of protests - and it's not about Israel.
A displaced Syrian activist living in Turkey says the new US plan to arm and train 5,000 moderate Syrian rebels will not be effective -- and is "not a serious effort" to help win the war against terror.
The US signs an agreement with Turkey at the U.S. Embassy to train, arm and equip five thousand moderate Syrian opposition forces.
Israelis are hunkering down as another winter storm brings high winds and snow to the north and central regions; rain and freezing temps in the south.
NY Senator Charles Schumer called on fellow Democrats to attend the Congressional speech on March 3 by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
#Jobs4RandomFolks appears to be the U.S. government's answer for countering violent extremism.
Jewish schools and synagogues in Britain were warned to tighten security this week following last weekend's terror attacks in Copenhagen.
US President Barack Obama was still unable to use the term "radical Islamic terror" on the final day of the White House conference on "violent extremism."