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US slams Abbas over ‘outrageous’ insult of its Israel envoy

US slams Abbas over ‘outrageous’ insult of its Israel envoy

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

US President Donald Trump’s envoy to the peace process slammed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Monday for having called the American ambassador to Israel a “son of a dog,” urging him to abandon his “hateful rhetoric” and instead focus on improving the lives of his people. At the same time, Jason Greenblatt said the … Read More

Security guard succumbs to injuries hours after Old City attack

Israeli man killed in Jerusalem terror stabbing

Sunday, March 18, 2018

A terrorist stabbed an Israeli man to death in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday, officials said. The victim, who was critically injured in the afternoon attack, died of his wounds in the hospital on Sunday evening. The attacker was quickly shot dead at the scene by an Israel Police officer, police said. The … Read More

Palestinian groups praise car-ramming attack that kills two soldiers

Palestinian groups praise car-ramming attack that kills two soldiers

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Several Palestinian groups and activists on Friday praised the “heroic” car-ramming attack in which two IDF solders were killed near Jenin, saying it was an “appropriate” response to US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. While no group claimed direct responsibility for the terror attack, it came after Palestinian groups … Read More

Part of the Dead Sea Scrolls Exhibition in the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Two Dead Sea Scrolls to go on display for the first time in new Denver exhibit

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Two Dead Sea Scrolls will be shown for the first time in an unprecedentedly large-scale Israel Antiquities Authority exhibition in Denver, Colorado. The two scrolls will be presented along with a three-ton stone from the Western Wall, some 600 artifacts from the biblical to Bar Kochba periods, and 18 other Dead Sea Scrolls in an … Read More

TV report: Netanyahu tells cabinet Trump is likely to exit Iran deal by May

TV report: Netanyahu tells cabinet Trump is likely to exit Iran deal by May

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told members of his cabinet this week that US President Donald Trump will likely walk away from the Iran nuclear deal this May, Channel 10 news reported Thursday. Netanyahu reportedly made the remarks during the cabinet meeting on Sunday when he relayed the details of his meeting with Trump in Washington … Read More

CUFI hits 4 million

In little more than a decade, CUFI tops 4 million members

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Christians United for Israel announced this week that the group had topped 4 million members, making it one of the largest pro-Israel organizations worldwide. “We could never have predicted that when 400 Christian leaders met in 2006 to establish CUFI, we would reach 4 million members in just over 12 years, yet here we are. … Read More

Americans’ Support For Israel Among Highest Ever Recorded

Americans’ support for Israel among highest ever recorded

Thursday, March 15, 2018

In a study headlined “Americans remain staunchly in Israel’s corner,” the Gallup company published the findings of a major national poll that found backing for Israel among Americans remains extremely high, with some measures of support matching the highest previously recorded figures. “Americans’ stance on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is as strongly pro-Israel as at any … Read More

Supreme Court

Fundamentalist Terrorists Benefit from “Fundamental Fairness”

Wednesday, March 14, 2018

In January of 2002, a 28-year-old Palestinian woman named Wafa Idris detonated a 22-pound bomb outside a Jerusalem shoe store. The explosion killed 81-year-old Pinhas Tokatli, and injured more than 100 other people – including an American citizen named Mark Sokolow. His wife and two of his daughters were also wounded in the attack. Two … Read More

IDF paratroopers teach US marines ‘lost art’ of tunnel combat

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Israeli paratroopers and US marines completed a series of exercises over the past week and a half aimed at sharing techniques and knowledge on beach-landings and aspects of urban warfare, as part of the joint Juniper Cobra exercise, officers said. For the Americans — specifically the US Marine Corps’ 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment — … Read More