Friday, June 23, 2017
For many Jews in the United Kingdom, London allowing a march featuring Hezbollah flags compounded their unease over Labour's electoral success despite its many anti-Semitism scandals.
Ambassador Nikki Haley, saying "enough is enough," called the terrorist group a danger to both Israel and the Palestinians.
Otto Warmbier, an American student who was held in North Korea for over 17 months and returned home comatose to Ohio last week, has died. He was 22.
The German chancellor also praised Argentina for receiving Germans who escaped from the Nazis during World War II.
One of the men allegedly identified Israeli army personnel in the United States for the militia.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the U.S. envoy for "standing up for Israel" in the U.N.
In the face of terrorist violence, it's not too much to ask the president to rise above petty prejudices and knee-jerk reactions, writes JTA's editor-in-chief Andrew Silow-Carroll.
Critics said it was was hypocritical of the World Health Organization to support a resolution on Israel that was co-authored by Syria.
The president's proposal would undermine American leadership and harm the most vulnerable people in the world, writes the head of American Jewish World Service.
The president said the Palestinian leader "assures me he is ready to work toward" a peace deal.


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