The Hezbollah terrorist group starts the week with a dead commander and new financial sanctions imposed by the United States.
A more fitting day for the UN to embrace would have been Sukkot, which was commanded as a holiday that encourages some gentile participation.
A friend of the radical Islamists who committed the San Bernardino massacre was arrested.
The UAW website still features a disturbing "Open Letter from Jewish Officers and Members in Support of Divestment," which repeats the common BDS verbiage against the Jewish State.
By almost 20 points, 55% to 36%, Americans agree that this targeting of Christians and other religious minorities meets the UN definition of genocide.
Asked about the atmosphere in Albany, one former lawmaker would only speak on the condition of anonymity.
"It is evident that the administration, having snookered Senate Democrats with a promise of enforcement and sanctions for non-nuclear misbehavior, is in full appeasement mode."
The State Dept. also recommends that US citizens maintain "a high state of situational awareness, be aware of their surroundings at all times, avoid any unattended items or packages."
US forbade Kuwait Airways from discriminating against Israelis, but instead airways dropped NYC-London flight.
Adelson, who leans towards Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), is meeting privately with several Republican candidates before the debate Tuesday.
Kerry welcomed decision to stop investigating whether Iran's past nuclear weapons activity included a military component.
LA public schools shuttered on Tuesday after credible threat from overseas was received.
“To some degree it’s a chicken and an egg problem,” Texas A&M’s vice provost Michael Benedik said. “Why would we be getting a major gift to open a campus when we don’t have legal permission to even do it?”
Aggressive BDS advocate Roger Waters shows up at the far-left Haaretz/New Israel Fund conference
"Here's what I want to ask: Why is there such hatred? Why is there such death? Where does this hatred come from?
The President's office says he will not appear when an anti-IDF group speaks, but the line-up of speakers looks like a "Who's Who" of anti-Zionists.
The Israeli President let Obama use him as a prop to promote a pluralistic agenda that turned Hanukkah into an excuse for Obama's agenda.
The unidentified man waited for a Red Crescent ambulance to take him to a Ramallah hospital.
The Connecticut/Westchester branch of Friends of the IDF arranged for a Hanukkah party for Givati soldiers.
Arab MK Ayman Odeh on Thursday refused to enter a meeting with Jews in New York because the same office building also houses Zionist organizations.