Tuesday, December 12, 2017
The 2015 nuclear agreement lives -- for now -- despite President Trump's distaste.
Netanyahu was responding to a speech by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in which he called Israel a "terrorist" state that "kills children."
The secretary of state's remarks in Paris followed mass protests in the Middle East and elsewhere over U.S. recognition of the city as Israel's capital.
In an apparent salve to Arab leaders, President Trump will assert support for the two-state solution.
The Palestinian leader warned in the phone call that the move would be destabilizing and threaten the peace process.
Saudi Arabia and France also warned President Trump against recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The warnings came in response to reports that U.S. President Donald Trump will give a speech recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Was it fair to say President Trump refused to condemn neo-Nazi marchers in Charlottesville?
Concerns over church-state separation had prevented FEMA funds from going to churches and synagogues.
A Jewish expert on anti-Semitism disputed the officials' assertion at a conference titled "Are Europe's Jews Safe?"


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