The University of Massachusetts Amherst reversed a decision to ban Iranian students from participating in programs related to nuclear science and other engineering fields following massive pressure from Muslim community groups, according to a statement released by the school.
Americans want to hear from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu despite objections raised by Democrats and the White House, according to poll results reported by Bloomberg.
The most well-financed startup in the bitcoin industry boasted to investors that a major advantage of the electronic currency is that it can be used to flout international economic sanctions, according to an investor presentation obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Senior U.S. officials in both the State Department and White House denied reports that the Obama administration has stopped informing Israel about Iran nuclear talks as a result of anger over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming speech before a joint session of Congress, according to statements provided to the Free Beacon.
The Foundation for Defense of Democracies announced on Thursday the creation of the Alberto Nisman Award for Courage in honor of the Argentine special prosecutor who was found dead the day before he was set to testify on Iranian connections to a massive terrorist attack in Argentina.
JERUSALEM—The Syrian army and its Hezbollah ally launched a joint attack this week apparently aimed at capturing a swath of territory abutting the Israeli-held Golan Heights from rebel forces, opening a possible new front for the Israeli army to contend with.
Three in four Israelis say that they do not trust President Barack Obama to stop Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons, according to a recent poll conducted by the Times of Israel.
Iran’s newly appointed ambassador to the United Nations is facing criticism for his anti-Israel views and past comments urging Muslims to “unite around resistance” to the Jewish state.