Barkat told the Pollards, "Since Jonathan is not allowed to go to Jerusalem, the eternal city of the Jewish people will come to him in New York or anywhere else in the world."
The most devastating point was made by Secretary Clinton when she said the Obama Administration had no choice but to pull out of Iraq.
The governor of Maryland is heading a week-long trade mission to Israel from his state.
Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon petitions UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon for kosher food.
Israel's Leviathan consortium signs a groundbreaking $10 billion gas deal with Jordan for a 15-year period.
Israel's baseball team won the World Baseball Classic qualifier against Great Britain to advance to the championship.
More than 100 Jewish institutions were briefed on security in a pre-holiday conference call by the US Dept. of Homeland Security and Jewish Federation.
The flier, adorned with a swastika, identifies itself as coming from the National Socialist Movement headquartered in Detroit, Michigan.
A kind of Jerusalem fever gripped much of the world from about 1000 to 1400. Across three continents, thousands made their way to the Holy City—from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions alike.
"The rules in the Middle East are sometimes counterintuitive," Bennett said. "To maintain peace here, we must be very strong. As soon a you're too soft in this neighborhood, you catch a blow."
At least 100,000 children have had no safe drinking water for 3 days in Aleppo.
The Prime Minister's office released a laconic statement saying, "Netanyahu presented to Trump Israel's positions on regional issues related to its security and discussed with him Israel's efforts to achieve peace and stability in our region."
Kerry is in the midst of his final attempt to shape the Israel-PA conflict resolution in his image, and he has been going at it with everything he has including the kitchen sink.
PM Netanyahu says he hopes Pres. Obama doesn't withdraw US support for Israel at the "final hour" during a UN Security Council vote.
The Syrian war has worsened, with another massacre taking place in Aleppo after another US-Russian ceasefire falls apart.
The Hudson Institute honored PM Netanyahu for his achievements and leadership of the State of Israel.
The New York Times has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, saying her "poor decisions" have had scrutiny.
PM Netanyahu is to meet with presidential candidates from both the GOP and Democratic parties in the US before returning to Israel.
A group named 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism released a statement Friday arguing the president's reasoning for the veto is "unconvincing and unsupportable."
"Given its history of hostility towards Israel, does anyone really believe that Israel will let the UN determine our security and our vital national interests?"