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A lot is expected to happen on Monday, May Day: union members and protesters are marching against Le Pen in Paris, and the Front National party is holding its annual gathering to honor Joan of Arc.
Other than Putin, Le Pen has not been endorsed or even mention by European politicians save for the far-right parties.
A former CIA official told NBC News that the US will find it difficult to retaliate by embarrassing Putin, for the same reason the Russians didn't bother to release embarrassing information about Donald Trump.
Sacha Ghozlan, leader of the French Jewish students' union UEJF, stateded that "those surprising comments raise questions about how Francois Fillon defines fundamentalism."
MK Yehuda Glick wished Trump would be able "to ascend to the Temple Mount and lead from that source of the world's energy a dialogue of reconciliation and global peace."
Those Israeli's that have the right to vote in the U.S. elections can tip the scales!
It is doubtful either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton would have been approved to run for presidnet in Iran, even if they had agreed to embrace Islam…
Frankly, even if one does not support Trump's xenophobic attacks on "Rapist Mexicans" and "the Muslims," a group of 45 learned rabbis could have come up with a more convincing, perhaps intellectually challenging argument.
It could be that the bulk of Trump's voters remain under the polling radar, but come November they would give their candidate his unlikely victory.
Donald Trump accepted his party's nomination to be president of the USA at the Republican National Convention.
Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson has formally endorsed Donald Trump for president.
An Israeli research firm reveals the two opposing US presidential candidates are related.
Trump loves Israel and Netanyahu and hates Obama. His candidacy for the GOP nomination is going to wake up people tired of political correctness.
Obama built up ridiculous expectations among blacks just as he did among Middle East Muslims.
The first round of votes is over and Israel does not yet have a new president. Rivlin leads, but not by much.
Texas Republican Gov. Rick Perry, in what observers see as a move signaling a possible White House run, said he is planning to visit...
New York’s Republican party has little to celebrate Thursday, seemingly close to losing control of the state Senate in addition to losing the state for the presidential election.
Time will tell whether Mitt Romney’s choice of Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate is a game changer with respect to the outcome of November’s presidential election. But it already is clear that the Ryan selection has served to sharpen the policy differences between President Obama and Governor Romney.
The runoff presidential election between former prime minister Ahmed Shafiq and Freedom and Justice Party leader Mohamed Mursi will take place this Saturday and Sunday. As interested parties, we must ask ourselves, which of the two candidates should we say a Mi Sh'Beirach for, or at least endorse in our hearts during prayer this coming Shabbat.
Rubin Reports: Egypt’s (First-Round) Presidential Election is a Defeat (Perhaps Temporary) for the Islamists
Let’s remember that the Islamists are still headed for control of Egypt. They might win the presidency in the second round. The parliament, which they run, is going to make the rules and write the constitution. If they don’t like who becomes president, they will reduce his powers.
The current round of negotiations between the P5+1 and Iran will not enhance Israel’s security. Rather, they will do the opposite. They represent a strategy of appeasement rather than the use of power. What should happen is that the West should deliver a credible ultimatum to fully dismantle the program or face sharply increased sanctions — or, ultimately, military action.
President Obama was unaware that he was within microphone range at the Seoul Nuclear Summit when he made the comments to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev.
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