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.
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.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday congratulated North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on his country’s “Liberation Day,” as tensions remain high between Pyongyang and Washington over the former’s accelerating nuclear program.
Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas issued a broad decree against expression harmful to “national unity” that authorities have used to target dissenters.
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner’s question and answer session on Monday with congressional interns, which was part of an ongoing, off-the-record summer lecture series, was leaked to Wired magazine.
Pro-Israel students, alumni, and local residents filed a lawsuit Monday against San Francisco State University for fostering anti-Semitism on campus, alleging that the public college allowed an environment to form that is hostile to Jewish students.
The White House is doing damage control after video surfaced Friday of official U.S. maps that erased key areas in Israel, a move that only fueled concern about the Trump administration position on the Jewish state.