Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman said that Israel “did a spot repair” and “cleared the air” after Trump gave Russia Israeli intel about an ISIS plot.
Netanyahu told British Prime Minister Theresa May that Israel was ready to extend all necessary assistance in their joint war against terrorism.
He had an “amazing” time at Yad Vashem, which the White House called “Vad Vanshem.” Oh, he apparently wants “lasting peach” in the Middle East.
The Knesset is known for raucous debate, with lawmakers often yelling at each other, guests who testify to committees, and even foreign dignitaries.
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
Seventy-four Palestinians had been left unemployed after the company closed its West Bank factory under pressure from boycotters.
Leaving Israelis and Palestinians with a vague message of hope and no details, President Trump wrapped up his first visit to the region.
For once, it was not what President Trump said. It was what he didn’t say.
This is only the latest sloppy mistake by the White House communications team, which once referred to a terror attack in “Denmakr.”
A Jeusalem Post poll shows that only 56% of Jewish Israelis believe Trump to be more pro-Israel than pro-Palestinian, down from 79% in January.
“Jerusalem is not a provocation, and it was lovely to see how much affection the dress received at Cannes,” Culture Minister Miri Regev said.
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