Thursday, May 25, 2017
The Palestinian Authority president said he would take action "in the coming days" to end the split between his West Bank-based authority and Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip.
Associated Press journalists watched Wednesday as stunned election officials processed the former hardline president's paperwork.
A Politico article places the hasidic outreach movement at the center of the Trump-Russia affair, but lacks a smoking gun.
A few days before they read from the Passover Haggadah about how God split the Red Sea waters, Brazilian Jews have never felt so split between right and left.
Trump's nomination of Gorsuch, who is known to favor protections of religious belief in the public square and for business owners, elicited mixed reactions from Jewish groups.
Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz echoed the praise by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and said U.S. officials updated Israel "in real time" about the strike.
The Egyptian president also warned, however, of the threat posed by Islamists and lavished praise on President Trump.
Senators called on the Trump administration to improve hate crimes reporting and to set up an interagency task force while continuing preparedness programs.
"Groundless accusations" are "unacceptable," the Russian leader told his Israeli counterpart in a call reportedly initiated by the latter.
Many Jewish groups and lawmakers had criticized his appointment to the council, which returned the national intelligence director and Joint Chiefs chairman to the regular meetings.


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