Israeli leaders on the right championed Donald Trump’s upset victory in the U.S. election, with some saying it portended the end of the two-state solution, of which the United States has historically been the chief broker.5
Israelis woke up to Donald Trump as the 45th American president, but they were largely unsure of what Trump’s stunning ascent to the presidency meant for their nation’s historic alliance with the United States.10
In the midst of a harshly, often hateful election campaign, and amid a Jewish community increasingly divided over Israel, some 300 attendees gathered to see Wolpe moderate a debate — “a conversation,” he insisted — between exemplars of the mainstream community’s polar opposites on the biggest question facing the Jewish state.
Republicans Overseas Israel promised a landslide vote for Donald Trump among Israelis with American citizenship, but exit polling last week demonstrated a much weaker showing than the campaign team predicted.4
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
With the U.S. possibly poised to elect its first female president, an Israel advocacy group has sent journalists a list of expert commentators to interview about the election — with nary a female in sight.
Here’s how to mix the Dump Trump, one of the signature cocktails coming to Mike’s bar in Tel Aviv on Election Night.
A Tel Aviv bar is marking the American election with the “Dump Trump” and the “Silly Hillary,” red and blue cocktails to be served at its Tuesday night bash.
Israeli voters of the ruling right wing Likud party are fans of Donald Trump, while Zionist Union voters on the center-left prefer Hillary Clinton, a new poll has found.
The video is infamous: in March an Israeli sergeant shot and killed a Palestinian who had already been lying for several minutes in the street, wounded and neutralized, after being shot while stabbing and wounding another soldier. Now, Abdul Fattah Sharif’s death is in its long second phase — the sergeant’s military trial. And though months have gone by, all of Israel remains consumed by it. But the father of the would-be stabber claims not to even be aware that the trial is underway.25
JERUSALEM (JTA) — More Americans in Israel voted for Donald Trump than for Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, but the number of Republican votes plummeted from four years ago, according to a poll released Thursday. Trump, the Republican candidate, received 49 percent of the vote, and Clinton, the Democrat, had 44 percent, the survey found….
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