Friday, April 3, 2020
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.
The United Methodist Church, with assets of $20 billion, sold off its investment of a few million dollars in the Israel banks.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to the White House next month for a sit down with President Barack Obama.
The House passed the Hezbollah International Financial Prevention Act, for tougher sanctions on the Lebanon-based and Iranian-funded terrorist organization.
ADL strongly condemned the murders of Dallas law enforcement officers during a protest against the shooting deaths of two African-American men by police.
Several thousand people descended on Times Square to protest the new Iran agreement.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a bill that would enhance America’s commitment to Israel’s military.
Alan Gross and his wife Judy Gross are set to attend tonight's State of the Union address as guests of first lady Michelle Obama.
Hillary Clinton presented Elie and Marion Wiesel the Theodor Herzl Award last evening.
Pop star Katy Perry has offered her condolences following the death of a 16-year-old Jewish girl whose cover of “Roar” became an Internet hit.


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