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Haley has stated that she plans to make her recommendations to the President on staying in or quitting the UNHRC based on her discussions in Geneva.
Needless to say, the Confederation of Israeli Associations in Venezuela, the country's central Jewish organization, was not amused.
PM Netanyahu orders two ambassadors home for "consultations" and an end to aid programs for one of the sponsors of anti-Israel UN Resolution 2334. That's for starters.
Habayit Hayehudi Chairman MK Naftali Bennett said on Saturday night that now is the time to switch from retreat to sovereignty.'
Latin American academic leaders from 20 universities toured Israel and signed cooperative agreements with Hebrew University this week.
Venezuelan President Maduro declares a state of emergency as he fights to retain control over a population increasingly protesting rule by his administration.
Rafael Ramirez asked if "Israel wants a final solution to the Palestinians?"
Venezuela used a presentation by 'Yesh Din' about price tag attacks to compare Israelis to German Nazis.
In the last 15 years more than half of the country’s Jews have left Venezuela, with the local community’s numbers dropping from about 25,000 Jews in 2000 to only 7,000 today.
The US has removed both Iran and its Lebanon-based proxy, Hezbollah, from the National Intelligence list of terrorism threats.
Anti-Semitism in Venezuela has spiked during the electoral race for president between a Catholic man of Jewish descent and President Hugo Chavez, according to...
Israel's Foreign Ministry criticized as "absurd" the country's inclusion on a list of countries that restricts the activities of human rights and advocacy groups. Monday's...
CNN reports that two Jewish organizations are calling on Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez to stop what they say are anti-Semitic attacks by his government's...
Ahmadenijad: "Have we ever attacked anyone?"
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 As our plane lands in Caracas I think about why we've come. Our objective is to express solidarity; to learn facts on the ground; and to speak with community leaders, rabbis, and clergy of other faiths with the goal of helping to map out future policy.
The local Jewish community recently received a shock. Many that attended rallies and protests regarding the Gaza War were stunned. Counter-demonstrators made egregious and hateful statements, some referring to the Holocaust. They were physically violent. The actions did not seem to cause any outrage in the general community.
It's been raining rumor and myth since the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. And though most of the so-called urban legends that now abound on the Internet and even make an appearance or two in mainstream news outlets are easily dispelled by their very outlandishness, there are some that just won't go away.