More than 100 Jewish Democrats, Democratic donors, and liberal rabbis sent a letter this week to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asking him “to make painful territorial sacrifices for the sake of peace” with the Palestinians.
Hamas has reportedly reelected a prominent Qatar-based official to head its inner circle, further solidifying ties between the terror group and the wealthy Islamic government.
Anti-Israel activists are preparing to launch another flotilla aimed at breaching Israel’s naval blockade of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip three years after a similar endeavor led to a deadly encounter with Israeli soldiers.
A Norwegian public television investigation that found taxpayer-funded developmental aid to the Palestinian Authority is being funneled to convicted terrorists in Israeli prisons has ignited controversy in Norway and could be the tipping point for the European Union’s reconsideration of aid, according to an activist group.
A new poll released Tuesday reveals that Americans sympathize more with Israel than Palestinians and would prefer Iran not acquire a nuclear weapon even if it means military action, according to Pew Research.
The New York Times is under fire from pro-Israel activists for publishing what they call a biased hit piece that glorifies terrorism.
A new ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that seven out of 10 Americans think the United States should stay out of peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians, according to the Times of Israel.
Unrest is growing in the Palestinian territories ahead of President Barack Obama’s first visit to Israel on March 20. Riots and protests have erupted throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip in recent days, prompting some Israeli officials and Middle East observers to warn that Obama’s visit could spark a third intifada.