Trump had campaigned on a vehement anti-war stance and was a fierce critic of intervention in Syria during Barack Obama's presidency
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The crisis over the Western Wall and conversions should worry Israelis, not because of the financial impact but because of Zionism’s raison d’etre
A Haredi politician's hint that he would join the left if it drops the Reform movement raises a touchy question: Does peace or religious plurality take precedent?
When Gaza was left to choke, when the occupation hit 50, when Bibi and Trump were having a lovefest, the only issue American Jewish leaders made a scene about was egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall
President Donald Trump has ridiculed the looks and temperament of a female cable television host
Warming bilateral ties aren’t based on traditional markers like trade and politics but on Israel's innovative prowess, which has become a valuable diplomatic asset. Alas, Israel is at risk of losing it
Both superpowers have insulted the size of the other’s warships in recent days
Assad regime and Moscow claim Washington said Syria is preparing another chemical attack to justify an 'aggression'
After eight months of battle for Mosul, Iraq's state TV hailed the fall of the Islamic State as forces take over the Grand al-Nuri Mosque
Gali Baram reports to the Foreign Ministry that she received harsh responses, including a warning that the government's decisions on the Western Wall and conversions deeply affect younger generation