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The 1948–49 War of Independence was Israel’s longest, costliest and most fateful war, says one veteran, who at age 97 still speaks to audiences about his experiences. Harold (Smoky) … more
When terror struck in Jerusalem on Sunday, the world paid attention. News of the murder of four young Israelis spread quickly, along with messages of sympathy for a country in mourning. The New … more
JERUSALEM — A truck crashed into a group of soldiers in eastern Jerusalem, killing four and injuring at least 15, in what is suspected to be a terror attack. The soldiers had just gotten off … more
Gov. Mike Huckabee headlined an Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce symposium at the Knesset in Jerusalem on Tuesday. A dozen MKs attended the special Knesset session on the first day of a … more
A Jerusalem Post editorial on Wednesday criticized Prime Minister Netanyahu’s response to last Friday’s anti-Israel vote. Under the headline, “Bibi’s fight against U.N. vote … more
Emotions are running high following the Obama administration’s decision to allow the U.N. Security Council to pass a resolution condemning Israeli settlements. Here are seven questions aimed at … more
The U.N. Security Council vote is the latest action by a United Nations body to deny the historic link of Jews to Jerusalem, of which there is ample evidence in addition to the words of Torah. At … more
The incoming Donald Trump administration’s stated intention to move America’s Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has been met with Palestinian opposition so vehement that one … more
It was particularly painful and frustrating seeing President Barack Hussein Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry and Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power team up on an anti-Semitic knifing … more
Like many others, I sat at my computer with baited breath Wednesday waiting for Secretary of State John Kerry to explain the background to the U.S. abstention on last week’s United Nations … more
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