There are still plenty of critics of the historic deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, but the one place you won’t find many of them is in the UAE.
“As you can see I don’t have the flag, but my heart is always, always with the state of Israel.”
The United Arab Emirates, which hosted the tournament, refuses to recognize Israel.
Mark R. Cohen spent a semester teaching a class on Judaism in Abu Dhabi. How did Arab students react to learning about the High Holidays for the first time?
The determination that the Israeli infantry officer thought to have been captured is in fact dead has changed the trajectory of Israel’s military campaign in Gaza, Operation Protective Edge, which now appears to be winding down.
A book fair in Abu Dhabi removed copies of the “Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” among other anti-Semitic texts, the U.S. State Department said.
Just in time for the 11th anniversary of America’s war to liberate Iraq, a leading global business consulting firm comes forward with what could be the most telling measure of our success.
An airline owned by the United Arab Emirates said it “emphatically refutes” claims that it excludes Israel from its official travel-route map and refuses to transport Israelis.
A Dutch soccer team said it was an “understandable but unfortunate” decision to leave behind its Israeli player to attend a training week in Abu Dhabi.
American Gen. James Mattis warns that the U.S. pays a price for supporting Israel. And he says the two-state solution is all that’s keeping the Jewish state from ‘apartheid.’