A non-profit political organization linked to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) will spend nearly $5 million dollars running advertisements in at least 32 different cities opposing a recently inked nuclear accord with Iran, according to sources tracking the media buy.
JERUSALEM—Israel this month installed anti-missile systems on commercial flights to the southern resort city of Eilat to foil possible attacks from nearby Sinai by militant Jihadi groups affiliated with Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS or ISIL).
Gov. Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire (D.) has refused to say whether she supports her church’s divestment from Israel as she weighs running for the Senate seat currently held by Kelly Ayotte.
VIENNA—Millions of Iranians took to the streets on Friday to rally against the United States and Israel, burning the flags of both countries and chanting, “Death to Israel,” according to multiple regional reports.
JERUSALEM—Two Israeli citizens, an Ethiopian immigrant and a Bedouin, are being held prisoner by Hamas after separately crossing the border into Gaza months ago on their own volition, Israeli officials said Thursday after a gag order was lifted by the courts.
JERUSALEM—Greece’s foreign minister, Nikos Kotzias, who arrived in Israel Tuesday to strengthen bilateral relations, will reportedly receive tips on how a neighboring country on the Mediterranean coast managed to climb out of the financial depths to achieve international economic success.