Friday, February 21, 2020
White House’s outrage over Netanyahu’s plan to speak before Congress—a move he failed to coordinate with the administration—seeps through diplomatic cracks.
Five US citizens have been granted a share of $81 million in compensation for a 1997 terror attack in Jerusalem.
If the 25-year-old gets enough votes, she may become the youngest person in the House of Representatives, and the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.
The ADL expressed horror and profound sorrow at the tragic murder of nine during a prayer meeting at the historic Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
The FBI enlisted Israeli company Cellebrite to help break into the iPhone of one of the terrorists behind last December's mass shooting in San Bernardino.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is on the verge of receiving an invite to the White House.
Jewish groups are speaking out against a new Jews for Jesus video that combines Christ and Auschwitz.
This year’s addition to the guidelines state, All Groups must oppose, not fund, nor advocate for the BDS movement against Israel.
Activists distributed thousands of fake and anti-Israel versions of The New York Times in Manhattan and promoted an online version via social media.
Representative Randy Weber has apologized for remarks he made via Twitter equating Obama’s absence from the solidarity rally in Paris with Hitler’s actions.


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