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For the first time in many years, the White House released a statement regarding Jewish settlements, without the adjectives illegal or illegitimate next to it.
The Jewish owners of 13 villas (several now being used as foreign embassies) and public buildings around Cairo's Tahrir square were summarily expelled in the 1950s and never received compensation
Friedman’s appointment appears to signals a sharp break from President Obama’s hard stance against Israeli settlement construction beyond the 1967 lines.
Resolution 242 does not in itself strengthen the already strong legitimacy in international law for Israel’s claim to the territories. But it is relevant in several respects.
President-elect Trump and his transition team are already clear and ready to go with an action plan for Work Day One in office.
Trump has shown himself to be a master communicator. In every tussle and confrontation he has proved that whatever doesn’t kill him makes him stronger.
Understanding Nazism and the Holocaust is important for Blacks, Roma, people with disabilities, the gay community, Jehovah’s Witnesses, and other groups in addition to Jews.
There has been a big hue and cry here in Israel about the UNESCO's Anti-Jewish Statements re: Israeli/Jewish connection to our holy sites by the...
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
Rather than the “Lobby” running the administration, it is the administration that runs the “Lobby.”
By giving the issue to Congress, he evades sole responsibility and makes himself look "principled."
Israel's social security administration objected to these cuts, arguing that they expect them to send some 35 thousand new children below the poverty line.
The Palestinian leadership's goal of wiping out Israel has not changed. Only if it ever does will there be any chance of a two-state solution.
Obviously, there's only one place where those frisky reporters are permitted to roam around freely and report whatever they wish.