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Protests and counter protests by supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton marked the opening of the 2016 Democratic National Convention.
Naturally, when MK Odeh speaks of two states, he really means four states: three purely Arab — Jordan, the PA and Gaza, and one 20% Arab — Israel.
A young woman running for Congress in California is warned by a vicious neo-Nazi website to "get out of my country, kike." Her personal details, email and cell number, are posted online.
Sanders will have a great deal of influence on the Democratic Party platform this year.
Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson has formally endorsed Donald Trump for president.
Former president Bill Clinton tells Jewish elderly that his wife Hillary is a "friend of Israel" and cares about the "defenseless."
Ted Cruz came out a clear winner for the GOP in Iowa but the Democrats are still wondering what happened.
Former US Secy of State Hillary Clinton is found to have exclusively used private email while at State Dept.
NY Senator Charles Schumer called on fellow Democrats to attend the Congressional speech on March 3 by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
But, according to Palestinian analysts, the Palestinian street isn't interested and doesn't think it's affected by the peace process.
Approximately 25 percent of the New York City electorate is Jewish, and a growing number are Orthodox.
Many of us can, I am sure, remember where we were when we realized that the resplendence of the Nobel Prize had diminished. For some this realization can be traced to the news that Yasser Arafat had become joint recipient of the Peace Prize (an award of which he was never stripped). For others it will have been the announcement earlier this month that the award had been given to the E.U.
America can be a Democracy or a Mediacracy. It cannot and will not be both. And the only way to preserve democracy is to challenge the Mediacrats and force them out of the public space that they have usurped and back into the private sphere of their financial interests where they belong.
The Obama Administration's Middle East errors are deepened and the lessons of experience once again rejected in Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s latest defense of these wrong-headed policies in a speech given at my first employers, the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington D.C. Her argument is that the United States should ignore violence and extremism while helping to build democracies. The problem is that most of the violence and extremism comes from forces that the Obama Administration supports or groups basically allied with those forces. The violence and extremism is the inevitable outcome, not a declining byproduct, of this process.
Mitt Romney seems to have a genuinely friendly view towards Israel, which he has made clear in various public statements and his recent visit to Israel. Yet, in his foreign policy address yesterday, he adopted the position which is at the heart of U.S. pressure on Israel: supporting Palestinian statehood.
At President Obama's behest, and to boos from some delegates, Democrats on Wednesday night inserted a few lines into their party platform affirming Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The 2012 Democratic Party platform omits language recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and suggests that military force is "on the table" as an option for addressing the Iranian nuclear issue.