Abbas: Palestinians plan to challenge Regulation Law in international court

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with French President Francois Hollande in Paris today. During a joint press conference, the two criticized the Regulation Law and spoke out against the Israeli settlements in the West Bank. (for post and opinion click the headline link

LEADERS WARN PEACE PROCESS DOOMED AFTER TRUMP ANNOUNCEMENT

But the most hateful criticism came from someone who should know better ...

Netanyahu: Syrian gas attack photos ‘should shake every human being’

Netanyahu: “According to medical sources in Idlib, at least 100 people were killed and another 400 were injured in attacks that apparently using Sarin gas.” (for post and opinion click the headline link ...

KERRY APPRENTICE TO LEAD ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN PORTFOLIO AT STATE DEPT.

One of John Kerry’s closest confidantes is now in charge of the Israeli-Palestinian portfolio at the State Department. (for post and opinion click the headline link ...

Christian Humanitarian Group Staffer Told Guilty Verdict Likely Over Alleged Hamas Funding

An Israeli judge has told a World Vision employee charged with giving millions of dollars to Hamas that he has "little chance" of being found not guilty. (for post and opinion click the headline link ...

Military crisis in Qatar may spark Gaza outbreak

On a secular level the Trump peace plan it is brilliant: cut off the head of the snake and it eventually dies ...

Mattis leaves Israel with unanswered questions

After the mandatory smiles were exchanged between hosts and visitor, the situation on Israel’s northern fronts with Syria and Lebanon remained as enigmatic as before his arrival ...

Climate Alarmists Have Been Wrong About Virtually Everything

When evaluating massive globalist schemes like the Paris Climate Accords, a simple rule of thumb before doing research is to look at the people who are for it ...

Netanyahu, Putin discuss Iran nuclear program, Syria, Kurdistan referendum

Putin has now positioned himself as the go-to guy in the Middle East ...
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