This campaign isn't "personal" as NIF claims, it's protecting civil rights of IDF soldiers &Israelis
Is everything in my life and daily existence a slice of paradise?
The Knesset Economics Committee threatens the Finance Ministry with dark TV screens in a "reminder" letter over the Israel Broadcasting Corp. budget.
Cong. Brad Sherman will vote no on the Iran deal and wants to make sure it won't bind future Presidents or Congresses.
Residents in southern Israel had no warning when Gaza terrorists shelled southern Israel late Friday afternoon.
People believe what they want to believe; We see this same phenomenon with the Iran nuclear deal.
I've been getting a lot of questions, so I thought I would answer a few of them in this week’s column. Keep those questions coming!
Hillary, Bernie, Endorse Iran Deal as Republican Presidential Candidates Vow to Re-Impose Sanctions If...
The presidential candidates are beginning to weigh in on Iran...
The IDF has reopened Highway 12 to civilian traffic in the southern Negev.
Kerry spent the Fourth of July talking with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
The Israel-US relationship is NOT one of peers; Obama abuses Israel because of dominant US position
Can adoption agencies limit the placement of children to heterosexual couples only?
The father of a critically injured victim of Monday's road terror attack in Binyamin asks people to pray for his son.
The bat mitzvah celebration was attended by 300 people, including many family members who flew in from out-of-town locations, several from overseas.
Italy's busiest airport is about to slow down to 60 percent capacity, for repairs.
Young man makes Aliyah and enlists in IDF, something his deceased father desperately wanted.
Leading Palestinian faction Fatah firms its ties with Syria's goverment regime after a 32-year hiatus.
The number of Syrian refugee schoolchildren is going to outstrip the number of Lebanese students, a UN envoy warns.
“But we are working consistently to fight against that,” she said. “We have allies in that effort.”