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Donald Trump is now the official nominee of the Republican Party for this year's U.S. presidential election.
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein has backed out of offering the convocation for the Republication Convention.
The guesswork is over: Republican Donald Trump is slated to choose Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate.
The Republican party doesn't match the anti-Israel party portrait peddled by so many for so long.
AIPAC’s success in weakening the 2012 pro-Israel language left some Republicans angry.
The proposed GOP plank on Israel calls support for Israel "an example of Americanism."
Earlier this year, CAIR said Trump's repeating the story about US General John Pershing executing Muslim prisoners in the Philippines using bullets dipped in pig's blood was endangering American Muslims.
An American PAC is calling for recognition of Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish State.
Donald Trump has dismissed his campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, ahead of the GOP national convention.
If Israel's security forces had used this yardstick in their approach to predictive profiling it would have choked not just its international airports, but traffic on the streets in many cities, too.
In his address to the Herzliya conference, Gov. Huckabee said that “every friend of Israel is a friend of the United States and every enemy of Israel is an Enemy of the United States.”
Hillary Clinton made history Tuesday night by becoming the first woman to win the nomination of a major political party for a presidential run in the US.
In the past, Trump had been unwilling to confront Duke's increasingly more outrageous and openly anti-Semitic comments.
An Israeli research firm reveals the two opposing US presidential candidates are related.
The refugees fleeing war-torn Syria are just like those Englishmen who sailed on the Mayflower and founded America, according to the President.
The Jewish billionaire, whose net worth dwarfs Trump's fortune, praised the young Florida senator in a meeting at a Las Vegas casino office.
"It appears we wanted a deal at any cost rather than following the advice of Ronald Reagan and walking away because 'no deal is better than a bad deal.'"
The Vice President bared his heart and emotions in a packed synagogue, saying the biggest factor is if he has the "emotional energy."
Both Carson and Trump are solidly behind Israel, but their real drawing card is that they are not politicians.