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Iran-North Korea Nuclear Collaboration is Israel’s Worst Nightmare, Says Expert

"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."

Israel Issues Condemnation as UNSC Meets on North Korean Nuclear Test

“The test constitutes yet another example of North Korea’s aggressive pattern of behavior," Israel's foreign ministry warned.

Hezbollah Terror Suspects from NY, Michigan Indicted in Manhattan Federal Court

The two operatives were planning to attack U.S. and Israeli targets in Panama, as well as targets in the United States.

Economic Relations with Germany Flourishing as Israeli Exports Reached $1.6 Billion in 2016

Ministers Cohen and Zypries agreed to hold a joint Innovation Day in 2018 that will focus on industry, especially advanced manufacturing, as well as cooperation on R&D between the two countries.

US Leads Boycott Against UN Attempt to Create Binding Nuclear Ban

"We cannot... protect our people by allowing bad actors to have them and those of us who are good not to have them.”

Is There an Occupation?

Professor Kontorovich discusses whether Israeli control of the "West Bank and East Jerusalem" is an illegal occupation.

Putin Will Not Expel US Diplomats in Retaliation for 35 Banished Russian Agents –...

This reversed Putin's own foreign minister, who stated earlier: "We, of course, cannot leave unanswered insults of this kind – reciprocity is the law of diplomacy and foreign relations."

Energy Minister Steinitz Heads to Turkey for Global Energy Gather After Yom Kippur

Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.

Adoption of Nuclear Iran Deal Which ‘Removes all Bans’ Against Iran is Announced

Adoption Day of Nuclear Iran Deal: "all economic and financial bans against Iran" will be removed.

HRC Top Aide: Hillary Paved Go-Ahead on Iranian Enrichment

The mullahs weren't interested in diplomacy without enrichment rights. Clinton led the fold on this point.

3 NYC Ds Disappoint Area Residents and Announce Support for Nuclear Iran Deal

THThree NYC Cong. Ds from heavily Jewish districts defied constituents, announcing support for Nuclear Iran Deal.

UK, Iran Reopen Embassies, But No US ‘Comeback’ Yet

Iran and the UK reopen embassies in Tehran and London, but Tehran is not ready for a US comeback.

Obama Offers His ‘Deal or War’

Obama attacks critics (Bibi) as ignorant, deceptive, trying to pull a fast one on the American people.

E-Mails Show Clinton without a Clue on How to Relate to Israel

As Secretary of State, she did know what to say about the Goldstone Report that condemned Israel for alleged war crimes.

Foreign Ministry Calls Sunni Arab Nations ‘Israel’s Allies’

Dore Gold pointed out to American Jewish Leaders that Israel and Sunni Muslims agree on Iran.

Kerry Describes ‘Historic’ Nuclear Deal Signed Between World Powers, Iran

The US and Iranian presidents told their nations the nuclear deal was signed, as US Secy of State John Kerry announced it to the world from Vienna.

Kerry Travels to Vienna for Final (?) Nuclear Talks with Iran

US Secy of State John Kerry travels to Vienna on Friday for "final" nuclear talks with Iran.

Despite “Freeze”, Iran Nuke Stockpile Mysteriously Growing

Iran has not kept its end of the deal with US-led world powers, and has grown its nuclear fuel stockpile during talks.

Obama Gift List to Former Enemies Continues: Cuba Plucked from Terrorism Sponsor List

The US is removing Cuba from list of state sponsors of terrorism. But Cuba's recent BFF, Iran, doesn't have such a clean record.

Obama Finally Forced to Admit Iran’s Nuclear Breakout Time ‘Zero’ in 13 Years

US President Barack Obama is finally forced to admit Iran's breakout time to a nuclear bomb will be "zero" just 3 years after the new deal ends.

The Ministry of Extraneous Affairs

The civil servants at Israel's foreign ministry seem to believe it is their job to shape government policy rather than to be faithful to it.

Why Israel Should Recognize the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

Israel must respond to its Western neighbor's recognition of Palestinian statehood.

Is Turkey Leaving the West?

Erdoğan's Turkey is no longer a trustworthy partner for the West but more like a mole in its inner sanctum.

The Way It Really Was: George W. Bush Pushed For A Palestinian State

Today, conventional wisdom maintains that the George W. Bush administration had been a good friend to Israel and, unlike the Obama administration, had fought mightily against the creation of a Palestinian state. With this “wisdom” in mind, I ask readers to consider the following column of mine that originally appeared in The Jewish Press in August 2007.

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