Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday he would present “responsible policies” in talks with U.S. President Donald Trump, signaling to the Israeli far-right to curb its territorial demands in the occupied West Bank.
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu opposed the appointment of former Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad to a United Nations position. The United States Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley on Friday vetoed the nomination of Fayyad to serve as UN peace envoy to Libya. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced Fayyad as…
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Two National Football League players pulled out of an Israel Tourism Ministry-sponsored trip to Israel after one of the players tweeted that he felt “used” by the Israeli government. Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett tweeted on Saturday that he will one day take his own trip to Israel and also visit…
Austrian authorities are investigating reports of a man appearing in public in Adolf Hitler’s birthplace as the Nazi dictator’s double, including the distinctive mustache, haircut and clothing.
Israel is the latest country to spoof U.S. President Donald Trump’s swaggering style in a “welcome” video.
Anti-abortion protesters rallied at scores of Planned Parenthood clinics on Saturday to urge Congress and President Donald Trump to strip the health services provider of federal funding, while supporters of the organization staged counter-demonstrations around the United States.
Journalist Steve Fishman got the Ponzi scheme king to open up about his life and experiences in a new podcast.
WASHINGTON (JTA) — President Donald Trump reportedly decided against nominating Elliott Abrams as deputy secretary of state because of Abrams’ opposition last year to Trump’s nomination.
It was reported on Thursday that Flynn might have discussed easing sanctions on Russia with that country’s ambassador before Trump took office.
MONTREAL (JTA) — A student union leader at McGill University urged people on Twitter to “punch a Zionist today.” Igor Sadikov, a member of the legislative council, posted the tweet Monday, prompting calls for the third-year political science major to resign from his elected post. “This is clear incitement to violence, which should not be…
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