Saturday, March 25, 2017
President Donald Trump will meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel next week. They are expected to discuss the Iran nuclear deal, the peace process and other issues, including the Trump's campaign promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv and what the White House recently called "settlement activity."
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Settlement expansion “may not be helpful” in achieving peace, the Trump administration said in its first pronouncement on an issue that has confounded U.S.-Israel relations for decades. The White House announcement Thursday evening comes a week after...
Israeli forces raided seven illegal Palestinian weapons mills in the Hebron and Bethlehem area, in the largest crackdown of its kind over the last year.
After a mortar shell exploded on the Israeli side of the Golan Heights, the Israeli Air Force struck a Syrian military missile launcher near Quneitra.
An Israeli Jewish man bought a Palestinian girl a new bicycle after border guards broke hers.
Netanyahu on Sunday accused the Palestinian Authority (PA) of encouraging terrorism in Israel while condemning terrorism abroad.
Israel was outraged to learn that the U.N.'s heritage body was planning to adopt a resolution declaring the Temple Mount sacred to 'Muslims only.'
Israel gained intelligence on underground tunnel locations in Gaza as a result of the arrest of two Gazans smuggling cash into Judea and Samaria for Hamas.
The family of the Palestinian terrorist who killed a 13-year-old girl in her bed was informed that their home will be demolished.
An Israeli man was killed and his wife was severely wounded in a shooting attack near a West Bank settlement.


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