A campus activist network will push student governments and university administrations this year to pass a resolution calling for “an end to … the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory.”
The Trump administration is considering forcing Israel to hand back some $75 million in U.S. aid dollars that were awarded by Congress following a hotly contested effort by the Obama administration to financially limit the U.S.-Israel military alliance, according to senior Congressional sources and others familiar with the situation.
A University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) student group threatened this week to use “any means necessary,” including “full-scale armed conflict,” in their mission to oppose the “unholy union of American fascists, white supremacists, and Zionists.”
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.) cited free speech concerns when she withdrew her support in late July for the bipartisan Israel Anti-Boycott Act, yet in the past she has taken positions in defense of restrictions on constitutional rights.
A new congressional measure would restrict U.S. aid to the Palestinian government by barring any American taxpayer dollars from being doled out to Palestinian terrorists currently imprisoned in Israel, according to language of the measure obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Decades of U.S. diplomacy with Iran, including the Obama administration’s landmark nuclear accord, may leave Israeli military action as the only option to preventing Tehran from obtaining nuclear weapons, according to former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton.
Israeli officials on Wednesday showed the United Nations secretary-general why the threat from Palestinian terrorists along the Israel-Gaza Strip border cannot be overlooked.
The new leader of Hamas said Monday the Palestinian terrorist group has repaired relations with Iran after several years of strain and will use restored military and financial aid to face down hostilities with Israel.
A newly crowned Lebanese beauty queen has been stripped of her crown after it was revealed she violated the country’s laws by taking an academic visit to Israel.
The State Department’s recent hosting of an American Muslim organization known for its anti-Israel stance and support of boycotts of the Jewish state has sparked concern from those close to the Trump administration that these advocacy groups are seeking to drive a wedge into the United States’ relationship with Israel, which has struck speed bumps since Rex Tillerson assumed control of America’s chief diplomatic agency, according to multiple sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon.