Israel - U.S.
Yisrael Katz claimed that those who support Israel would not back Sanders after his remarks, while reiterating that Israel will not intervene in the U.S. electoral process
Jason Greenblatt, the architect of the president's Middle East plan, will work as OurCrowd's business developer for the region
Vice president will be joined by multiple Democratic and Republican politicians
Jason Lewis is Republican primary hopeful who has referred to the 'Israeli influence' in U.S. politics on multiple occasions, and has lashed out at those he calls supporters of Israel
The protesters demanded the Jordanian Government show action against the Jordanian-Israeli Gas deal as well, calling for an end to the 'deal of shame'
AIPAC used to be a nuanced, sophisticated, bipartisan pro-Israel operation. But its ugly Trump-style ads attacking the Democratic Party are strategically suicidal. How did AIPAC get sucked into the worst partisan politics - and can it recover?
Of the six main candidates, most expressed a nuanced position: Reenter the nuke deal but negotiate new clauses on issues like Iran’s ballistic missiles and Mideast activity
Secretary of State says U.S. will never provide 'any information to the Office of the High Commissioner to support compilation of these lists'
Group of undergrads says it will focus on Palestinian solidarity work, states it doesn't represent the vision of most Jewish students attending the university
'Clearly Berkeley is not united against hate,' campus senior Nathan Bentolila said at the meeting, the Daily Californian reported
'Vile attacks may be commonplace in Trump era, but should never be normalized,' says lawmaker of ad that accused Democrats of anti-Semitism and featured her picture
‘We offer our unequivocal apology to the overwhelming majority of Democrats who are rightfully offended by the inaccurate assertion that the poorly worded, inflammatory advertisement implied,’ AIPAC said
Jewish progressive group IfNotNow launches #SkipAIPAC campaign to pressure other candidates not to attend the pro-Israel lobby conference
The pro-Israel lobby has posted a Facebook ad leading to a petition against reducing U.S. military aid to Israel, which prominent Democratic presidential contenders have been considering
Three local funds have combined portfolios of $640 million in loans they bought from U.S. peer-to-peer lenders
The 57-member organization which held a summit to discuss the plan in Jedadh said it 'calls on all member states not to engage with this plan or to cooperate with the U.S. administration'
By giving Israel a green light to do whatever it wants, the Trump plan threatens its very future as a democracy. That will change how Democrats view Israel and the U.S.-Israel relationship – possibly profoundly
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Anti-Defamation League survey says fourteen percent of respondents believe Israel 'behaves as badly as the Nazis,' while 16 percent agreed that the Jewish state’s 'record on human rights is worse than most other countries'
A total of 41 Palestinians injured in demonstrations across the West Bank as workers' unions announce strike
'The plan to give Jerusalem to Israel can never be accepted,' says Turkey's Erdogan
'These are God’s chosen people in the ‘Promised Land’ and that is incredibly important to the Christian community across this country,' Kansas Treasurer Jake LaTurner said
The former national security adviser’s testimony in the U.S. impeachment proceedings could damage the president’s credibility with the hawkish right
Asked if he had discussed the plan with the Palestinians, Trump said that 'It’s something they should want. They probably won’t want it initially but I think in the end they will'
Kahol Lavan and Likud officials say that it would be difficult for the Knesset to begin deliberations in the absence of the prime minister, who is slated to meet Trump on Monday to discuss Mideast peace plan
Netanyahu planned to lay a trap for his chief rival, but the Kahol Lavan leader showed he's no fool by obtaining a separate meeting with Trump
The U.S. has invited the prime minister (and Benny Gantz) to Washington and is releasing its Mideast peace plan the day of a Knesset vote linked to Netanyahu’s graft indictments. But will this be enough at the polls?