Michael Oren is my friend. During his nearly five years as Israel’s ambassador to the United States, we’d speak on an almost daily basis.
Hundreds of Palestinians marched in eastern Jerusalem to mark one year since the murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, the Palestinian kidnapped and burned alive by Jews in the wake of the kidnapping and murder last June of three Israeli teens.
The Iron Dome missile defense system has been upgraded, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced.
Declared Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) contrasted President Barack Obama’s announcement of plans to open an embassy in Havana, Cuba, with the U.S. refusal to move its Israel embassy to Jerusalem.
The United Church of Christ voted overwhelmingly to divest from companies that profit from Israel’s occupation of the West Bank.
Mayim Bialik is in Israel, and by the looks of it, she’s having a blast. Pool views, spice-scenes from the shuk, visit to ruins — can we come along next time?
Israeli forces have arrested dozens of Hamas members suspected of planning attacks and trying to build up the Palestinian militant group in the occupied West Bank, Israel’s Shin Bet security service said on Wednesday.
The Obama administration will ignore a provision in a new law targeting Israel boycotters that includes entities that boycott businesses in the West Bank settlements.
Michael Oren says in his new book that he felt ‘kicked in the chest’ when President Obama omitted Israel from a list of countries helping Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. That’s odd — since the first Israeli rescuers hadn’t even arrived yet.
An Israeli man was in critical condition and three others injured in Palestinian drive-by shooting in the West Bank.