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Obama would have overwhelming support from US public to allow UN establishment of Palestinian state

Nearly 2/3 of Americans would not oppose establishment by UN of a Palestinian state, and Democratic numbers in support of Palestine are surging, with 60 percent supporting sanctions against Israel for settlements and 55 percent saying Israel has too much influence in U.S.

Israel's Lehava stirs 'anarchy' in Jerusalem

The far-right group stokes hatred and incites followers to violence against Palestinians, say analysts

Vicious Palestinian Politics

President Trump needs to reverse the Obama administration's insistence on seeing Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah as possible negotiating partners for peace with Israel.

These were the 10 biggest European tech stories this week

16 hours agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Happy Saturday! This week, Tech.eu tracked 10 technology M&A transactions and 71 tech funding deals (totalling €360 million) in Europe, Turkey and Israel. Like every week, we listed every single one of them in our free weekly newsletter, along with interesting news regarding fledgling European startups, tech investors old and new, a number of good […]

Lebanese flight attendants banned from flying to Israel

All Lebanese flight attendants are banned from flying to Israeli airports, Lebanon’s Civil Aviation Authority stipulated Saturday “The General Directorate of Civil Aviation … informs all foreign airliners operating in Lebanon … [that]...Show More Summary

Jason Wilnis vs. Israel Adesanya middleweight title fight new headliner for GLORY 37 in Los Angeles

GLORY 37 has a new headliner for the upcoming Los Angeles card on Jan. 20, 2016, with the previously announced main event moving over to the Superfight Series. Jason Wilnis (29-6-2) will defend his GLORY middleweight title against No.3 contender Israel Adesanya (65-3) in the GLORY 37 main event inside The Novo, which is part of the L.A. Show More Summary

Ellison: I’d consider quitting Congress to head DNC

Keith Ellison might Congress to chair the Democratic National Committee. Ellison of Minnesota, whose pursuit of the chairmanship of the beleaguered Democratic National Committee has drawn growing skepticism over his views on Israel, faced questions of a less incendiary sort at a party forum on Friday: Could he do the job as a part-timer? As [...]

US Senate quickly passed the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act

Bill passed by the Senate to expand Dept of Education's anti-discrimination rules to include the 3 D's of Israel speech -- demonization, delegitimization and double standard -- "will have a definitive chilling effect on campus organizing for Palestinian human rights around the country," says Gabi Kirk of UC Davis.

Israeli Navy Sub Deal Probe Widens; Pressure Mounts For Netanyahu

A scandal and probe into deal-making over contracts and the building of Israeli navy submarines by a German conglomerate with partial Iranian ownership is heating up in Israel. The advanced subs are tasked with protecting Israel's massive offshore natural gas fields.

Gov't Probe Into Israeli-Iranian Submarine Connection Widens

A probe and scandal into deal-making over contacts and the building of Israeli navy submarines by a German conglomerate with Iranian ownership is heating up in Israel.

Despite Israeli restrictions, surfers in Gaza hope to join global competition

Surfing enthusiasts in Gaza hope to meet other surfers from around the world and participate in global competitions, but Israeli travel restrictions prevent them from leaving the besieged strip. Israel also bans the fiberglass material needed for surfboards, which makes the sport difficult.

The favorite for chair of the DNC is responding to a storm of controversy over past comments

Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison responded Thursday to criticism over past comments he made about Israel and his prior association with a longtime leader of the Nation of Islam who has made anti-Semitic and anti-white statements. In a Medium...Show More Summary

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

“We have culturally agreed to distribute care selectively, and only to those we are in romantic partnerships with.” A terrifying bill that would penalize students for protesting Israel’s human rights violations passed the Senate yesterday. Identity politics in America is a white invention. A new nonprofit called “Good Call” provides a 24/7 hotline to help New […]

Jill Duggar Gets Maternal On Instagram With Baby Israel, Jessa, Jinger, Jana And The Duggars Happy That Dillard Family Still In US

Jill Duggar may have second pregnancy rumors swirling around her, but all her attention is on her baby Israel. Counting On star has not confirmed nor denied the rumors, but it’s clear that she is happy staying in the US with her baby and the Duggars like Jessa, Jinger and Jana. Show More Summary

Nonfiction: A History of the Menorah

“The Menorah: From the Bible to Modern Israel,” Steven Fine’s richly illustrated academic study.

‘Witchhunt’ against Ellison over Israel comments reveals ‘very bad tendency’ of US Jewish leaders, says Jeremy Ben-Ami

Jewish groups are conducting a "witch hunt" against Minnesota Congressman Keith Ellison because he has dared to criticize Israel, and it exposes "a very bad tendency" of the Jewish community, the leader of the liberal Zionist group J Street said last night to a Jewish audience in New York.

Kenya: Two Iranians Charged With Planning to Attack Israeli Embassy

A Kenyan court has charged two Iranian nationals with planning an act of extremism after they filmed the Israeli embassy in Nairobi. The two men were driving in a diplomatic car when authorities caught them filming Israel’s diplomatic...Show More Summary

A Shalom from Israel, a Home Across the Sea

As famous, glamorous and cosmopolitan as Beverly Hills is, during my tenure as mayor I've tried to stress that for those of us who live here, it's just home, and how we are all connected by this very simple fact. Last month I attended...Show More Summary

New Israeli envoy arrives in Turkey after rapprochement

Eitan Naeh dispatched as Israel's first ambassador to Ankara in six years after row over Gaza flotilla raid ended.

Air pollution becomes Israel-Palestinian wedge issue

For years, residents of central Israel have been complaining about air pollution from Palestinian factories in the nearby West Bank. Now that authorities have finally cracked down, shutting a group of the worst offending charcoal plants in one notorious town, Palestinians complain that hundreds were thrown out of work by their military occupiers.

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