Iranians have been urged to put a curse on the United States, Israel and Saudi Arabia, with Iran’s president reiterating his long-standing charge on Monday that the U.S. and its allies are solely responsible for the country’s ailing economy.
Not only do the Masters of the Universe not de-platform those who call for Israel to be „demolished,“ these haters are publicly rewarded by BuzzFeed News with a platform.
The Washington Post attempted to defend the anti-Israel views of Rep. Rashida Tlaib by claiming falsely that Tlaib opposes a „a Jewish-only state.“
Bei einem Anschlag im Westjordanland sind am Sonntag nach Militärangaben ein israelischer Soldat getötet und ein weiterer schwer verletzt worden. Außerdem erlitt nach Medienberichten ein 47 Jahre alter Rabbiner lebensgefährliche Verletzungen. Ein palästinensischer Attentäter griff nach Angaben der Armee an einer Kreuzung nahe der Siedlerstadt Ariel einen 19-jährigen Soldaten mit einem Messer an. Er habe […]
The Fox News Channel will air a repeat episode of its documentary series Scandalous on Saturday instead of Jeannie Pirro’s weekly program —Justice with Judge Jeanine — following the conservative host’s recent remarks about Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) use …
The College Council at Pitzer College voted to end its study abroad program with the University of Haifa in Israel, but the move was vetoed.
In an interview that aired on Friday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested there could be a possible impact on U.S.-Israeli relations given remarks from congressional Dem…
The father of murdered terror victim Daniel Pearl wrote a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi that a pro-Israel demonstrator read in Pelosi’s congressional office Thursday.
A pro-Palestinian effort to cancel a California college’s study abroad program with the University of Haifa in Israel is publicizing that Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) has joined the cause, according to media reports.
The United States has referred to the Golan Heights as „Israeli-controlled“ in the State Department’s annual global human rights report, marking a distinct shift in tone from having previously labeled the area as „occupied.“