This is not to deny that some travelers – estimates put the number at perhaps a hundred – were temporarily inconvenienced by some official miscues on the part of a one-week-old presidential administration.
Mr. Trump insisted he had made “a lot of sacrifices,” elaborating that he had “created thousands and thousands of jobs” and “built great structures.”
To be sure, the Times in 2008 reported on a controversy at Harvard over its having set separate gym hours for Muslim women. But it did not editorialize about it.
The Anti-Defamation League has also now been pulled on to the Netanyahu Congressional Speech Drama.
US Vice President Joe Biden will be "traveling abroad" on March 3 when Israel's prime minister addresses the Congress.
Rabbi Philip Berg, founder of the controverisal Kabbalah Centre passed away on Monday
An Egyptian radio host who identifies himself as the official voice of Donald Duck on Disney Middle East called on Twitter for Israel to...
Jordan’s annexation of the East Jerusalem was never recognized by the international community.
On the advice of his halachic authority, Rabbi Slifkin refused to recant his books until he would be able to meet with the rabbis condemning the books.
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