One of the last political debates before Israel’s general election on Tuesday, March 17th, took place at the Jerusalem Great Synagogue on Saturday night.
John Boehner gave Benjamin Netanyahu a bust of Churchill when Netanyahu spoke to a joint meeting of Congress about the danger of a nuclear-armed Iran.
Netanyahu spoke at the AIPAC conference, lauding President Barack Obama but expressing few regrets for the speech to Congress he will present tomorrow.
The Senate has introduced a resolution condemning anti-Semitism and urging measures to prevent and combat anti-Semitic attacks and incidents.
Joe Lieberman called on members of Congress to take part in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech on Iran’s nuclear program on March 3.
Huckabee revived the idea that there is no such thing as a Palestinian people, repeating a notion that has been debated by a wide spectrum of historians.
Just before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech in front of Congress on Iran, two US reps visited Israel to demonstrate support.
Facebook revealed plans to give Israeli users the ability to share that they have voted in the upcoming Knesset elections.
Former President George W. Bush, John Boehner, and former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will headline a Republican Jewish Coalition event.
The 2015 elections in Israel is scheduled for March 17, and appears to be a close race, with the Likud and the Zionist Camp locked around 23-26 seats each.