Netanyahu said the UN must act on the issue, given that it was the UN that mediated the ceasefire within the framework of which Hadar Goldin was abducted.
'I would also like to say that this systematic harassment has a price,' the PM announced.
UK ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch has said he hopes May and Trump will emulate the rapport between Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan.
Aides to President Barack Obama told media Friday the U.S. will “reassess” its relationship with Israel after Netanyahu's re-election.
Decline and Fall of the ‘Peace Process’, Chapter 2,543: If Israel does not agree to PA unconditional conditions for non-negotiated negotiations for a PA state, it will charge Israel with war crimes.
Israel is seeking a seat on the UN Security Council, something it has long been denied. Will Samantha Power prove true to her word and do all she can to help Israel attain this goal?
“The U.S., with its dangerous military provocation, is pushing the risk of a nuclear war on the peninsula to a tipping point," North Korea said.
'The State Department's response is alarming because allowing Mahmoud Abbas into the U.S. is in direct violation of the letter and spirit of U.S. law.'
Demonstrators are being organized in NYC to demand the US de-fund the United Nations over Resolution 2334(2016).
Rohani claims that he rejected five White House requests to meet with Obama which is just as well. Don’t U.S. sanctions include not picking up the tab for dinner? Or maybe Rouhani demanded that Bibi pay.
“In the Middle East today, there is one country where Christianity is not only not persecuted, but affectionately granted freedom of expression, freedom of worship and security. It is Israel, the Jewish State. "
Netanyahu thanked Trump for the extraordinary support that he has shown for Israel in the U.N.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei issues a direct threat to America in a video posted to Twitter and YouTube.
The Ambassadors toured the 3,000-year-old archaeological excavations of ancient Jerusalem. The visit comes just weeks after the United States and Israel left UNESCO.
US Secy John Kerry spoke of his love for Israel, his frustration over settlements and the peace process, and his fears about the future.
It's one hell of a pinpoint operation. Numerous civilians and a few militants were killed Sunday as US-led forces bombed grain silos and mills in Syria.
Kerry wants to hear Netanyahu has to say about borders for the PA as defined by France and the United Nations.
"I appeal to Israel, to be very restrained in its responses to the situation in Gaza. I appeal to snipers not to shoot children."
To their credit, the nations of Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Malawi and Togo voted against the resolution.
Details of the negotiations with Iran reveal Bibi's warnings correct: this is a very bad deal.
Israel was looking to end the constant infiltrations from the Gaza Strip of Fedayeen terrorists, who robbed and murdered Israeli settlers—many of whom were recent newcomers to the Jewish State.
US President Barack Obama is finally forced to admit Iran's breakout time to a nuclear bomb will be "zero" just 3 years after the new deal ends.
Israel's vote may mark a change in policy under the new government and the new Foreign Minister Yair Lapid (Yesh Atid).
"The presence of a tunnel underneath an UNRWA installation, which enjoys inviolability under international law, is unacceptable," said the UN in a statement.
Iran's parliament has voted to approve the nuclear IranDeal.
Schabas's resignation is a cynical attempt to protect his anti-Israel report that comes out in March, from accusations of bias.
"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu supports a gradual cut to UNRWA," said a senior Israeli official.
Kerry responded by saying the Administration has not yet made its decision on this matter — which is probably what he would have said if he didn't want an Obama anti-Israel move to hit the news before the election.
We caught the United Nations in the act of an “unfortunate error.”
The Norwegian government says it has “neither the right nor the duty” to prohibit Egencia, a subsidiary of blacklisted company Expedia, from providing services inside Norway.