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House Speaker John Boehner asserts next week's speech to Congress by Israeli PM Netanyahu won't hurt US-Israel relations.
Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu says if a deal with Iran is so good, there should be nothing to hide. So what is the White House trying so hard to keep under wraps?
The Congress begins to consider a new bill requiring Europe to reject anti-Israel boycotts in order to enjoy free trade with the U.S.
A cease-fire deal may be worked out. Hamas reps are in Qatar. Israel says it must keep Israelis secure.
Palestinian Arab factions have been streaming to Cairo to form a cease fire proposal over Gaza for Israel but the deal is not realistic.
The Prime Minister’s Office has denied President Shimon Peres ever reached a deal with PA Chairman Abbas.
Is there an Israeli government deal in the works to hand the Tomb of King David over to the Vatican?
Kerry and Abbas are making fools out of themselves.
You don’t even need to believe that antisemitism is at play to be contemptuous of the extraordinary myopia displayed in the Guardian report.
Bibi dared to mention the NY Times' own shoddy record of believing dictators on the threshold of nuclear weapons capability.
An interview with bestselling author David Shenk.
Israel Corp. and the Tamar partners signed a $4 billion contract on Sunday, agreeing that Noble Energy, Delek Group, Isramco and Alon Natural Gas Exploration would provide for Israel Corp’s gas needs.
The most important foreign policy effort President Barack Obama will be making over the next year is negotiating with Iran. The terms of the U.S. offer are clear: if Iran agrees not to build nuclear weapons, it will be allowed to enrich a certain amount of uranium, supposedly for purposes of generating nuclear energy (which Iran doesn’t need) and other benefits, supposedly under strict safeguards.
Dear Brocha, As I write this letter I am overcome with emotions. Relief, fear, trepidation, elation…the feelings are all jumbled up inside of me. Please allow me to back track. My daughter, who recently turned 20, just left to rehab. After four years of denial, lies, manipulation, anger and chaos she finally admitted she has a problem with alcohol.
Both men are, above all else, pragmatic. They will defy logic and critics to shake up the political spectrum. Bibi has done it several times. A few months ago, polls guaranteed him a sure win if he called early elections. The announcements were made; dates were discussed and then, in the dead of night, he made a deal to unite with Kadima. No surprise to anyone, that deal fell apart rather quickly and Israel is once again on the path to elections.
Staring out his window, Yakov tried ignoring the overwhelming sweep of emotions. He watched as the horses calmly grazed in the fields, oblivious to the deep hate brewing on each side of the farm. The audacity his brother has, Yakov shuddered thinking about it. Shaking his head he couldn’t think. Things hadn’t been easy since Father had died, he admit, but why now? After all the legal issues to deal with. After all the emotional pain. After watching their own mother wither away from the ache and void. But Levi couldn’t let it go.
This deal, one of several large scale defense deals being carried out between Israel and this Asian country, is expected to repair the damage caused to the cooperation between the two countries after Israel’s purchase of training planes a few months ago from Italy rather than from South Korea
Israel’s Finance Ministry has authorized the sale of water purification tablets to Syria by Israel Chemicals.
Because of concern for scuttling a major telecommunications deal with Iran, Sweden will oppose any additional sanctions by the European Union against the country, according to a report in Haaretz.
Today marks ten years since jihadist terrorists carried out a ghastly bombing attack on night club spots on the Indonesian island of Bali. The Kuta Beach massacre was the deadliest act of terrorism in the history of Indonesia: 202 people were killed that night. 164 were foreign nationals, 38 were Indonesian citizens. 209 people were injured. Almost immediately after it happened on 12th October 2002, the then editorial team at the Melbourne (Australia) Herald-Sun newspaper contacted Arnold Roth.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed in principle in 2010 to give back the Golan Heights to Syria, the Israeli daily Yediot Achronot reported. The...