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Hezbollah Terror Suspect Targeted UN, JFK Airport, Bridges, Airports, Tunnels & More

Times Square -- the heartbeat of New York City -- was among the targets researched in detail by the alleged Hezbollah terrorist.

Former US Secy of State Rex Tillerson: Netanyahu is ‘Extraordinarily Skilled,’ But ‘A Bit...

The former Secretary of State accused Israel of sharing “misinformation” with President Donald Trump several times deliberately.

Entire NJ Congressional Delegation Condemns Trenton Council President’s Anti-Semitic Remarks

Council President McBride publicly apologized at last Tuesday’s City Council meeting

Trump Announces Order to ‘Substantially’ Increase Sanctions on Iran

This summer saw Iran seizing foreign oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, further exacerbating the situation.

Trump Names New National Security Adviser

Up to this point, O'Brien has been America’s special envoy for hostage affairs at the State Department.

Aramco Recovering Quickly from Drone Attacks, Saudis Join Gulf Maritime Coalition

Saudi Arabia has vowed to "confront and deal with this terrorist aggression."

Report: US On Campus Anti-Semitism Showing 70% Spike

Faculty took a much more active and prominent role in academic BDS promotion and implementation, and in the promulgation of anti-Semitic expression used to justify academic BDS.

US Pinpoints Sites Where Iran Launches Drones, Missiles at Saudi Oil Plants

A US team has already been at the two sites and has identified the specific types of drones and cruise missiles that were fired.

Gold Medal Flour Being Recalled Due to Possible Risk of E-Coli

The recall was issued due to the discovery of possible E. coli O26 during sampling of the product.

Women’s March Leaders Sarsour, Mallory, Bland, Dumped Over Anti-Semitism

The three resignations came following accusations that Mallory and another early organizer of the march on Washington, Carmen Perez-Jordan, had made anti-Semitic remarks.

NJ Teen Yelling Obscenities Drove into Jewish Pedestrians

Louisiana Parkway is stretched along Jackson’s border with Lakewood.

World Oil Prices Soaring as Half of Saudi Production Disabled in Drone Attacks

US officials said that seventeen points of impact were precisely targeted, an operation that required a surveillance and planning capacity "of a whole new level of sophistication."

Suspect Arrested in Vicious Beating of Rabbi in Crown Heights

“The way he jumped toward me, he was determined to kill. No question.”

US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar Campaigns Against Israel’s Prime Minister

"My hope is that they recognize that his existence, his policies, his rhetoric really is contradictory to the peace we are all hoping the region receives."

Swastikas Found in Brooklyn Schoolyard, Westport, Boston, & San Francisco

Since the start of September, there's been a string of incidents across the United States involving teenage use of Hitler's hate symbols.

Pompeo Blames Iran for Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says there's "no evidence the attacks (on Saudi oil facilities) came from Yemen."

Suspect Charged with Arson in Duluth Synagogue Fire

Adas Israel, a small congregation of just 75 members, is one of only two synagogues in the city.

Trump Confirms Bin Laden’s Son Hamza Killed in US Counter Terror Strike

Trump gave no details about the timeline of the operation.

US State Department Offers $5 million for Info Identifying Man Behind Terrorist Plots

Sami al-Uraydi, also known as Abu Mahmud al-Shami, is a Jordanian national and senior Sharia (Islamic law) official for Hurras al-Din, an affiliate of Al-Qaeda.

More than 100 Jewish Lawyers in Texas Request New Trial for Jewish Death-Row Inmate

“If the allegations here are true—and they unfortunately ring true—the trial was no trial, and the verdict no verdict because the judge was no judge,” said the lawyers.

Florida Man Apprehended for Threatening to Shoot Jews

Hanson Larkin, 25, was denied bail in an Orlando federal court. He could face up to five years behind bars if convicted.

California Enacts ‘Mezuzah Bill’ Following Widespread Support Among Lawmakers

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that protects the right of Jewish residents to place a “mezuzah” on their doorposts.

Israel Rejects Report it was Spying on White House

The report quoted three unnamed former senior US officials.

Congressional Report Reveals Exactly How Much Israel Receives from the US

To date, the United States has provided Israel $142.3 billion (current, or non-inflation-adjusted, dollars) in bilateral assistance and missile defense funding.

CAIR Appalled: Kupperman, Bolton’s Acting Replacement, is Jewish, Worked Under Reagan

Former deputy national security adviser Charles M. Kupperman may take up the post on a permanent basis; Islamic American organization CAIR “appalled” by the appointment.

NYC To Stop Issuing Violations On Homeowners For Damage Caused By Street Trees

DOT will review the 50,000 existing notices of violation to determine which were caused exclusively by street trees and cancel the lien for any that meets the criteria.

Former NJ Rabbi Gets 6 Years for 1999 Sexual Assault

Many community members supported Weiss throughout the legal proceedings over the last two years.

WH Ordered Netanyahu to Curb Sovereignty Speech the Day John Bolton Was 86’d

We'll miss your finger on the scale, Mr. Bolton. And, naturally, that magnificent moustache.

US Announces New Sanctions Aimed at Hamas, Islamic State

The sanctions were imposed on a “wide range of terrorists and their supporters.”


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