Sunday, October 20, 2019
After a year-long diplomatic struggle and a little help from the United States, Yom Kippur is officially a United Nations holiday.
Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the annual World Economic Forum in Davos today, using the podium to speak to rising concerns over Iran’s nuclear program.
Chabad erected more than 15,000 large-scale public menorahs in cities throughout the world for Hanukkah.
Benjamin Netanyahu met Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, marking the 25th anniversary of resumed diplomatic relations between the two countries.
Israel’s water authority, Mekorot, has teamed up with the Mexico's Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources to help clean up Mexico’s water supply.
Netanyahu put out commentary on the US-brokered nuclear deal with Iran, accusing the Islamic republic of grasping the Middle East with 'terror and blood.'
Canada’s parliament stands poised to reject the BDS campaign against Israel.
Years before it is deemed a success or a failure, a nuclear deal between Iran and the major powers could unleash far-reaching changes in the region.
The US State Department designated the ISIS's actions against Christians, Yazidis and other minority groups in Syria and Iraq as genocide.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon must publicly condemn Iran’s Holocaust denial and a cartoon contest that promotes it, Israel’s Knesset speaker said.


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