Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Benjamin Netanyahu held his first phone conversation with his British counterpart Prime Minister Theresa May since she took office last month.
Several hundred people, Jews and non-Jews, marched in Warsaw in support of Israel.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) has named a street on the outskirts of Ramallah after a Palestinian terrorist who killed two Israelis in early October.
The Obama administration acknowledged that the release of $400 million in cash to Iran in January was linked to Iran’s release of American prisoners.
The United States and its European allies said that Iran was in defiance of a UN resolution when Iran launched nuclear-capable missiles in March.
Demand for a new edition of Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf has far exceeded supply on its first day of release.
Participants at the U.S. Universities Debating Championship were challenged to justify Palestinian stabbing attacks against Israeli civilian 'targets.'
Pope will make his first official visit to Rome’s Great Synagogue. He will be the third pope to visit that venue.
Amidst the latest attacks by Arabs in Israel, a new lobby launched in the Knesset to encourage members of minority groups to join the IDF.
ISA, IDF, and Israeli police uncovered and apprehended a large Hamas terror ring in the area of Abu Dis, near Jerusalem.


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