The Israel Navy’s fourth submarine, the ISS Tanin (Crocodile), is expected to become fully operational in a few weeks and participate in naval operations.
Hillary distances herself from #Obama, Calls 4 Return of Constructive Relationship with Israel http://t.co/MUgPk8G8cP pic.twitter.com/pOgTpv1Lgo — Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) March 30, 2015
He made the suggestion during a floor speech. As Iran talks appear to be coming to a close with a successful agreement that would both lead to the lifting of international sanctions and restrictions that would prevent the country from obtaining nuclear weapons, most in the international community are relieved. Show More Summary
First, let me just say that I hope Jackson Diehl of the Washington Post is wrong and that President Obama has no intention of making a dramatic break with Israel in the coming months. But alas, the story he tells is very convincing. According to Diehl, the Obama administration is getting ready to back a U.N. Show More Summary
By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, no longer allowed to sit at the adult table because of his past food fights, has been reduced, as Haaretz observed,…
BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Palestinians are increasingly anxious for the future and are hesitant on a return to negotiations with Israel in the wake of the success of right-wing parties in Israel’s recent…
By: Dow Marmur My dictionary defines Zionism as “a movement for the re-establishment of a Jewish national homeland and state in Palestine.” This was realized in May 1948 when the State of Israel was established. Many Jews are Zionists and committed to the quest for freedom and sovereignty of their people. But the majority of […]
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing’s venture-capital fund may only be a bit player in Silicon Valley, but its making a much bigger mark in Israel: the fund is the biggest source of foreign cash for growing numbers of startups in Tel Aviv.
WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday that relations between the United States and Israel, frayed in recent months over nuclear negotiations with Iran and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress,...Show More Summary
Venture-capital fund led by partner Solina Chau is pursuing deals from Israel to Silicon Valley.
Gareth Bale put in a brilliant, match-winning performance for Wales last night, scoring a brace as the Welshmen recorded a historic and huge 3-0 away win in Israel. It was the perfect tonic personally for Bale, who’s not having the happiest time of it in Madrid at the moment, with the Spanish media criticizing him […]
Last week at the Cleveland Historical Society, a group of academic contributors to a forthcoming volume on the Jews of Cleveland met. Primarily historians and religionists from North America and Israel, we discussed our chapters-in-progess...Show More Summary
As conservative Israelis push for a Greater Israel that pushes Palestinians off their land, now is the time for Americans to get vocal with their Democratic representatives. John Fearey shares his (frustrating) correspondence with Sen. Richard Blumenthal of CT
Let’s hope that the deal doesn’t go through, for the sake of preventing a possibly nuclear war or arms race in the Middle East. No way that the Saudis will let Iran have the only nukes in the region (except for Israel).
Students told that speakers violate “Standards of Partnership” for opinions on Israel March 26th, 2015. Four white Jewish veterans of the Civil Rights Movement spoke at Miller Forum in Moyer Hall at Muhlenberg college last Thursday evening, with over 100 students and faculty members in attendance. Show More Summary
House Speaker John Boehner got a little defensive when he was asked by CNN‘s Dana Bash if his forthcoming trip to Israel was a kind of “victory lap” for the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a claim Boehner denied. Show More Summary
The impending possible deal with Iran over its nuclear weapons program is worse than Israel previously thought. That according to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Who is also concerned about Iran’s gaining influence in the Middle East with its involvement in the war in Yemen. Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that he has “deep concern” over a pending nuclear deal the West appears close to signing with Israel’s arch-enemy Iran. Netanyahu said that he conveyed those fears to visiting American lawmakers, warning that the looming deal appears to “corroborate all our concerns and then some.” Netanyahu has been […]