Why did is the U.S. refusing to reveal the true number of Palestinian 'refugees,' a figure that would likely expose the United Nations and others for dangerously distorting the issue for political gain.
Despite a finding published by the UN’s atomic energy agency this week that Iran has — for the second time — stockpiled more heavy water than permitted under the terms of the nuclear agreement it reached with six world powers last year, the US State Department is declining to acknowledge this as a violation of the deal.
After the White House made clear it is exploring options that could potentially damage Israel in an end-of-term move, the WSJ asked, 'Does Mr. Obama want to be remembered as the President who criminalized Israeli citizenship?'
After Israel announced it would build more homes for Jews in Shiloh in Samaria, the White House and State Department both condemned Israel for establishing a new "settlement," but the accusation is false and only proves that the Obama administration is biased.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly challenged the notion that settlements are an obstacle to peace, accusing the Palestinians, as well as some enlightened nations around the world, of working to ethnically cleanse Judea, Samaria and east Jerusalem of Jews.
Aaron David Miller, currently vice president at the Wilson Center think tank in Washington, slammed the Obama administration for paying what appears to be an obvious ransom, thereby demonstrating its weakening influence in the Middle East.
A $400 million cash delivery to Iran to repay a decades-old arbitration claim may be unprecedented in recent US history, according to legal experts and diplomatic historians, raising further questions about a payment timed to help free four American prisoners in Iran.
In what can be considered a highly disturbing case of American meddling in internal Israeli politics, a Senate report has found that US State Department grants were used by the group Victory 15 to unseat Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu during the 2015 elections.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected the Obama administration’s criticism of Israel’s decision to build some 600 new housing units in Jerusalem, saying that Jerusalem is 'familiar with the American position. It is not new. It is also not acceptable to us.'
The US State Department again condemned Israel for building in Jerusalem and the surrounding area, this time using harsher language than usual, falsely blaming Israel for 'systematically' seizing Palestinian land.