Jason Greenblatt slams Hamas and accuses it of abusing Gaza's residents: 'The time has come to stop monitoring the situation in Gaza and start changing it'
Rasmea Odeh, who will depart for Jordan, was convicted of two bombings in Jerusalem, including one that killed two young men at a supermarket
The visit to the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Museum of Tolerance follows a trip to Bahrain by Wiesenthal Center dean Rabbi Hier, who prayed at Trump's inauguration
Two leaders meet in New York ■ Netanyahu tells U.S. president he wants to address the 'terrible' Iranian nuclear deal
The myth of the American dream sometimes seems to be stronger outside the U.S.
Anthony Scaramucci tweets photo of himself with Dalia Dorner at New York restaurant, sparking speculation about purpose of their meeting
U.S. defense assistance to Israel to remain at approximately $3.8 billion per year, despite reports saying some want Israel to pay back extra aid
Opinion Why Is Alt-right Favorite and Academic Fraud Seb Gorka Starring in an Israeli Counter-terror Conference?
He's out the White House, but Sebastian Gorka is still the same anti-Muslim fearmonger with primitive and misleading ideas that still pose a threat to American values and social cohesion
Illinois senator Daniel Biss left his running mate Ramirez-Roza who once said 'for too long the U.S. government has subsidized the oppression of the Palestinian people'
One line in the article on American Jews escalates into a debate about the very nature of race in the United States