Obama has demanded that Israel return to its 1967 borders. He needs to lead by example.
‘I’m not convinced the Palestinians are really interested in peace’
There’s a reason Hamas won the 2006 Palestinian elections.
Violence erupts on three Israeli borders - Reuters
Israel-Palestinian violence disturbs Israel’s borders with Gaza, Lebanon, and Syria, killing at least eight
Citing freedom as the common thread, Palestinians of varying viewpoints call for united protest front via Facebook
Helen Thomas doubts Obama's liberalism: 'Because he was black, I thought he would automatically be [liberal]' - TheDC
Former ‘dean of the White House press corps’ doubles down on 2010 remarks about Israel and blames ‘organized lobbyists in favor of Israel’ for backlash
The Palestinian prime minister dissolved his Cabinet Monday in what appeared to be a gesture inspired by unrest rocking the Arab world
Israel no longer needs American aid.
Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren compares Obama to Bush on U.S.-Israel relations
At Princeton University, Hummus, the 80-calorie snack of which even first lady Michelle Obama would approve, has become a flashpoint issue
Helen Thomas, ninety and nutty, just can’t stop. But now she’s taking the anti-Semitic bigotry to a new level.
Prominent Jewish voices are speaking out against the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee’s decision to honor the former WH reporter and harsh critic of Israel
President Obama on Thursday pushed Arab nations to provide more political and financial support for the Middle East peace effort
CAIR: recognizing Thomas for “lifetime achievement… we have nothing to do with the comments.”
Iran’s provocative Quds Day protests are a reminder of the threat that a nuclear Iran would pose.
The poll also points to disturbing trends among Arabs towards Israel and high levels of support for a nuclear Iran
Helen Thomas may get statue in museum - Ynet News
Former White House correspondent Helen Thomas may be getting a statue in her honor at the Arab American National Museum in Michigan
The debate on both sides of the Atlantic about Islamism and terrorism is robust — but interestingly distinct. Both debates occur within rich cultural traditions of free speech, but the way the debates are framed reveals much about the difference between Europe and America
So, after nearly a decade of fighting, it is time to ask a simple question: Is this dead goat worth fighting for?
Israeli leaders cannot go safely into some European countries for fear of being arrested for war crimes under the faux-doctrine of “universal jurisdiction,” while children-targeting murderers such as Hamas face no such international reproach.