Bipartisan Senate Report Raps State Department for Indirectly Funding Effort to Unseat Netanyahu in 2015
American and Israeli efforts to impact each other’s politics have a long, hidden history
The geopolitics that links Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama, Bashar al-Assad, Hezbollah, and the Jewish State
Days after striking a relatively unpopular deal with Turkey, Bibi asked the UN Secretary-General to use his standing to bring hostages home
In Herzliyah, the former Israeli defense minister announced he’d run for prime minister against his former boss, whose leadership has ‘ceased to function’
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu visited Moscow this week, where he met with Vladimir Putin to discuss the conflict in Syria and receive a once-captured IDF tank
The Israeli prime minister also needed to consolidate a divided conservative field to beat a challenger. His unorthodox strategy succeeded, and it looks like Marco Rubio has taken note.
Reuven Rivlin’s visit to Washington last month may say more about the Jewish state’s political infighting than its foreign policy
How Benjamin Netanyahu could come to claim, and later retract, that the former mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Muhammad Amin al-Husayni, led Hitler to the Final Solution
The Israeli Prime Minister’s calculated claim at the 37th Zionist Congress in Jerusalem on Tuesday has been widely denounced and debunked. But it overshadows Haj Amin el-Husseini’s actual participation in the Holocaust.
Over the years of negotiation, concession after concession from the West
Would the Islamic Republic’s leaders really drop everything in pursuit of the apocalyptic goal of Jewish annihilation?