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Donald Trump and the mainstream press may act like enemies on many issues, but they are the closest of allies when it comes to the...
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Over at the Washington Free Beacon, Adam Kredo has the scoop that the Trump administration will welcome. He wrote: The State Department confirmed to the Washington Free...
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Will the Obama administration follow up on its betrayal of Israel at the United Nations Security Council? It could, either by supporting or abstaining on...
Gaza

Something truly shocking happened this week: A UN official publicly called out Hamas for “stealing from their own people and adding to the suffering of...
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Last week, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz let drop the fact that even the administration understood that the nuclear deal with Iran would lead to a...
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Prof. Carlo Strenger isn’t part of the loony left; he’s one of Israel’s more thoughtful and clear-eyed left-wing commentators. So I was shocked to read...

In one of those seemingly inexplicable turnarounds that make the Middle East so confusing to naïve Westerners, it appears that, at least for the moment,...

As Jonathan Tobin correctly noted earlier today, the possibility that Pope Francis didn’t really call Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas “an angel of peace” doesn’t...

In the wake of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s election victory, Israel is once again being urged to go back to negotiations with the Palestinian Authority and...

Who doesn’t sympathize with the plight of two lovers separated by a heartless bureaucracy? Certainly not Jodi Rudoren, the Jerusalem bureau chief of the New...

In the last week, Islamist terror in Europe has at least temporarily distracted the continent from its habitual foreign-policy obsession: the conflict between Israel and...

Fatah, the Palestinian movement founded by Yasir Arafat (who, ironically, was not actually Palestinian but rather the son of an Egyptian textile merchant) just celebrated...