This PA TV host apparently believes that if she pays people to say a lie, then it becomes the truth.
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After the Palestinian Authority asked the Arab League to assist in suing Britain for helping to establish the State of Israel, Israel's Foreign Ministry Director General fired back, saying this proves the insincerity of the Palestinian Authority to make peace with Israel.
Even if you looked hard, it would have been difficult to spot an American flag among attendees at the Democratic National Convention. What you would have seen, were Palestinian flags prominently on display.
Europe needs to see the bigger picture and understand that Israel is fighting the same war against Islamic terror.
Two suicide bombers detonated explosives-laden cars on Tuesday outside the United Nations Mine Action Service offices and a Somali army checkpoint in Mogadishu, killing 13 people, including seven UN guards, Somali police officials said.
Following is Rabbi Ari Enkin’s latest piece in a series on charity according to Torah thought. Rabbi Yochanan says: Separate a 10th of your earnings so that you will become wealthy! One of the first biblically mandated forms of charitable donations concerns one’s agricultural profits. The Torah teaches us that one who harvests a field... Read more »
While he has since apologized, Congressman Hank Johnson's remarks comparing Jews to termites was highly offensive and symptomatic of a deeper, underlying issue that suggests anti-Semitism. Protest to the congressman for his poor choice of words!
The Israeli delegation to the 47th International Physics Olympiad for high school students in Zurich, Switzerland, which ended Sunday, won four medals—three silver and one bronze—as well as an honorable mention.
In a historic find, Israeli archaeologists unearthed a large fragment of an Egyptian statue made of limestone, discovered during the excavations at Tel-Hazor, north of the Sea of Galilee in Israel.
TBEX, the world’s largest conference and networking travel professionals, will hold its 2017 international conference in Jerusalem.
American Jewish philanthropist Mortimer Zuckerman has launched a $100 million research project aimed at US-Israeli collaboration in science and technology.
- New York State Passes Legislation Protecting Israel from Boycott Activity
- Massachusetts Law Enforcement Officials Visit Israel to Learn How to Prevent, Combat Terrorism
- Association of American Universities Reiterates its Opposition to Boycotts on Israeli Academia
- California Introduces Anti-BDS Law, Slams Delegitimization of Israel
Despite demands made by a group affiliated with the Black Lives Matter movement to stop the Atlanta Police Department to train with the Israeli police, Mayor of Atlanta Kasim Reed refused, saying US police officers benefit greatly from Israel's counter-terrorism expertise.
The world can fight terrorism and still succeed — as Israel has, but it means letting go of the kind of hatred and one-sided bias against Israel that is shown in the United Nations and many other organizations.
206 immigrants from France arrived in Israel in the largest-ever summer mass-aliyah from France; Israel welcomed 218 new immigrants (Olim) from North America as the summer season of Aliyah organized by Nefesh B'nefesh begins, and much more.