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At least 7 killed in attack on Aleppo; Syria blames Israel – report

At least seven Iranian-linked militia fighters are said to have been killed in an alleged Israeli airstrike in Syria’s Aleppo’s province, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported on Thursday.

They form part of a wider Iranian-supported presence near Aleppo and have reportedly suffered casualties in previous airstrikes.

The Syrian...

Netanyahu: Israel’s preparing for a broad campaign in Gaza

Israel is preparing for a broad campaign in Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday after he visited southern Israel.

“I have ordered the strengthening of our troop so we can be prepared for a broad campaign. The citizens of Israel should know, that if we must embark on a broad campaign, we will hit them very hard, but only...

Is the IDF prepared for Palestinian violence this weekend?

With a violent week behind it, Israel’s security establishment is bracing for thousands of Palestinians to riot across the West Bank and Gaza Strip, marking Land Day and the one year anniversary of The Great Return March demonstrations along the Gaza front.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh called on “our Palestinian people in Gaza, the occupied West...

Top UAE minister urges strategic shift in Arab-Israel ties; boycott was mistake

A senior United Arab Emirates minister on Wednesday called for a “strategic shift” in Israel-Arab ties, saying that Arab world’s decades-old decision to boycott the Jewish state had been a mistake.

“Many, many years ago, when there was an Arab decision not to have contact with Israel, that was a very, very wrong decision, looking back,” UAE...


Border cop lightly injured in attempted car-ramming at checkpoint near Jerusalem

A Border Police officer was lightly injured in an attempted car-ramming attack Thursday afternoon at the Qalandiya checkpoint north of Jerusalem, authorities said Thursday.

Police said the driver came from the direction of Jerusalem and managed to flee the scene after hitting the border cop.

The Magen David Adom emergency service said the...

Mar. 23rd Taylors, SC Israel Advocacy Breakfast


What is the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act Really All About?

What is the purpose of this legislation?  

The legislation is designed to help the Department of Education and Department of Justice effectively determine whether an investigation of an incident of anti-Semitism is warranted under their statutory anti-discrimination enforcement authority.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is one of the...

Mar. 19th Miami, FL Pastor’s Breakfast

Mar. 19th Marietta, GA Israel Advocacy Luncheon

Mar. 17th Waterville, ME Why Israel Event

Mar. 17th Birmingham, AL CUFI Event

Mar. 17th Belgrade, MT Why Israel Event

Mar. 16th Waterville, ME Israel Advocacy Breakfast

Mar. 15th Añasco, Puerto Rico Spanish Pastor’s Meeting Dinner

Mar. 14th East Helena, MT Why Israel Event

Mar. 13th Billings, MT Why Israel Event

Mar. 9th Morehead, KY Why Israel Event

Mar. 6th Los Angeles, CA Why Israel Event

Mar. 1st San Benito, TX Bilingual Why Israel Event



Shocking Einstein letters, revealing ‘Hitler-insanity,’ up for auction

A series of letters from Albert Einstein will be auctioned later this week, with the messages touching on a number of topics, including his thoughts on Jewish people’s rights to defend themselves, the rise of anti-Semitism at the time and "Hitler-insanity."

The three letters, all published prior to the start of World War II, give fresh insight...