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"Palestine will remain the litmus test for this council," Mahmoud Abbas told the UN Human Rights Council.
The “Humanitarian Paradigm”, advocating funded emigration for the resolution of the “Palestinian problem”, will be the most humane of all options if it succeeds,...
An SJP member explained the Israeli ambassador wasn't entitled to speak on campus because “Palestinians in Gaza don’t have free speech.”
Fordham University has stepped up to fight hate, denying the hate group "Students for Justice in Palestine" a foothold at its New York City institution, unlike CUNY.
On his last morning, outgoing President Barack Obama sent more than $200 million to the Palestinian Authority.
NGO Monitor reports that dozens of anti-Israel BDS projects are being financed by the European Union each year.
Germany's foreign minister says negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority can't be "undermined by construction of settlements."
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas inaugurates his new embassy in a ceremony at the Vatican.
The suspects were arrested for stoning, firebombing and pipe bomb attacks on Israeli drivers.
Once again, official PA media honored a killer with the supreme Islamic honor of calling him a “shahid.”
"It is obvious the Jewish community has every right to be here, including by right of purchase," Justice Minister Shaked said while touring Hebron.
A deputy spokesperson for the US State Department condemned the murderous terror attack that left four Israelis dead in Jerusalem.
Israeli security forces and soldiers captured five Arab fugitives and carried out a special operation in Hebron.
The capital of the Palestinian Authority has named a street after one of the most vicious anti-Semites in the Catholic Church.
Israeli-American mega donor Haim Saban urged the Obama Administration to refrain from "any other policy statements that would only make things worse."
The family of the terrorist killed by convicted IDF Sgt. Elor Azaria is now vowing to turn to the ICC to ensure the soldier gets the 'maximum penalty.'
Israeli Pres. Reuven Rivlin tells French Senate Pres. Gerard Larcher, "There are no shortcuts in the Middle East."