[Editor’s Note: Tuesday, 25 November, 2014| Last night Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke to the Knesset about postponement of a P5+1 nuclear agreement with Iran. "It is very important that this agreement has been prevented—as of now," Netanyahu said. "But a struggle is before us ...to prevent Iran... Read more »
The US weighed in on Israel's controversial 'Nationality Law' proposal on Monday night [Nov. 24], warning Israel against straying from its democratic principles. "This is the beginning of a process, and so I don't want to speculate on the outcome. It would be our general view…that we would expect... Read more »
They are the long arm of Israeli diplomacy, and they aren't even Israeli citizens. They help foster strong relations, and open doors that would otherwise be shut. They are motivated by love for Israel, and, no, they receive no monetary compensation. In fact, they invest much of their own time and money to fulfill their important diplomat mission.
Monday, 24 November 2014 | Like all professionals, Israel's Prime Minister probably has to-do lists. If he does, those lists are not published. Still, it is not difficult to extrapolate a few of the items on Benjamin Netanyahu's list of tasks this week. From Shabbat to Shabbat, here are six, one for each working day:
Scores of young Palestinians, some as young as 10, took to the streets Wednesday [Nov. 19] in East Jerusalem, after Israeli security forces demolished the home of a terrorist who plowed his car into a crowd of people waiting at the Ammunition Hill station of Jerusalem's Light Rail on Oct. 22, killing three-month-old Haya Ziesl Baron.