A Palestinian leader asked the NBC television network to pull out of filming a drama series in the Old City of Jerusalem.
John Kerry has gotten a ‘sobering’ dose of hardline reality from Benjamin Netanyahu. He now may push a U.S. peace plan to outflank the Israeli leader.
In June 2012, an anti-Israel billboard campaign was promoted in Los Angeles County by an organization with the cumbersome name of the U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation. The group announced the billboard campaign in a press release that went on to warn that the “Israel lobby” might try to stop the campaign. It urged supporters not to “allow them to stifle dialogue.”
Punishing the Egyptian military by suspending aid might seem like the right thing to do. But it would likely have a catastrophic impact on Israel’s peace with Egypt.
Some Jewish leaders think it’s OK to ban anti-Israel groups. The same people get angry when Pamela Geller is disinvited from speaking. J.J. Goldberg digs deeper.
Looking to punish Palestinians over their statehood bid, Congressional supporters of Israel are seeking to shut down the PLO’s offices. But some say it’s just a stunt.
Forensic experts took samples from Yasser Arafat’s buried corpse in the West Bank on Tuesday, trying to determine if he was murdered by Israeli agents using the hard-to-trace radioactive poison, Polonium.
An Israeli legal group is threatening to sue an Australian charity unless it stops funding a Palestinian not-for-profit organization alleged to be “an active arm” of a terror group proscribed under Australian law.
Prime Minister Salam Fayyad is intent on building a Palestinian state in the most boring ways: paying bills and closing budget gaps, Forward editor Jane Eisner writes.