Palestine is applying to be a full member of the United Nations, a move that could finally slow Israel's politicide against it.
With little resistance from a friendly White House, Israel has launched a new settlement push in the West Bank since Trump took office.
In a conversation earlier this summer with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, Trump reportedly said, "[In a one-state scenario,] the prime minister of Israel in a few years will be called Mohammed.”
While Vladimir Putin’s behavior has been objectionable, there is something profoundly hypocritical about the American elite pretending the U.S. doesn’t embrace people like the Russian leader all the time.
The new alliance against Iran has had no successes at all. If anything, in the last year Iran's hand has been strengthened in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.
A survey of the American Jewish Committee shows 77 percent of Israelis approve of President Trump's handling of U.S.-Israel relations, while only 34 percent of American Jews do.
The opening of the embassy helps harden Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ rejection of Washington as a future mediator in the conflict with Israel.
Israel's prime minister is attempting to bamboozle the clueless Donald Trump into getting on a new war footing.
The two far-right Ieaders plan to meet in an apparent effort to hurry up the U.S. president's announcement of the “Deal of the Century” between Israel and the Palestinians.
The vice president gets a warm welcome from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who thanks Pence for Donald Trump’s “historic” declaration.