‘We have a big challenge on our hands, because the one-state solution basically means Israel will no longer be a Jewish state,’ warns one U.S. activist
Amir Tibon is the Washington D.C. correspondent for Haaretz
Throwing rocks at vehicles who have nothing to do with terrorist attacks is not a legitimate response, Greenblatt says
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A new poll surveying over 2,300 Americans shows growing support for giving Palestinians full and equal rights, even if that curtails Israel's Jewish character
Resolution received a majority of the votes, but fell short of the two-thirds majority necessary to pass it after Palestinian Authority put up strong opposition
The chant began during a short speech by the President, in which he spoke about his decision to move the American embassy in Israel to Jerusalem
Robert Mueller is asking the courts not to send Flynn to jail, saying he has provided 'substantial' information to the Russia investigation
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John Bolton says 'U.S. strongly supports Israel’s right to defend its sovereignty,' calls on Hezbollah to 'refrain from escalation and violence'
At joint Israeli-Polish event held days after Czech president visited Israel, Ron Dermer hails strong ties
The White House came under criticism last year for holding the party without inviting any congressional Democrats
A recently passed law that gives American courts jurisdiction over any entity that receives financial aid from the U.S. exposes the Palestinian Authority to lawsuits filed over acts of terrorism
This is the first time in the ADL program's two-decade-long history that political pressure led police departments to pull out
Israel represents a specific foreign policy issue that highlights how much the Republican Party has changed since the days of Bush’s leadership
Following appeal by Israeli Minister Gilad Erdan, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner called on his state’s Investment Policy Board to open an investigation into Airbnb's removal of listings in Israeli West Bank settlements
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'Not a question of whether we will do it, but when we will do it,' Eduardo Bolsonaro reportedly told Kushner
AIPAC, Christians United for Israel invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in ads against Sen. Paul, who is trying to block bipartisan security aid to Israel
Illionois governor asks state's investment board to defund Airbnb after Gilad Erdan calls the firm's move 'the modern form of anti-Semitic practice'