US Jews concerned over anti-Semitic rhetoric from White House

By Israel Hayom— Editors from the online Jewish affairs magazine Tablet decided they could no longer remain silent in the face of U.S. President Barack Obama’s most recent comments against the pro-Israel lobby AIPAC’s efforts to curb the nuclear deal with Iran. In a scathing editorial piece written last weekend, Tablet said the White House’s…

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Israel prepares possible invasion of Syria

By Israel Today— Israeli forces in the north of the country have for the past several months been laying plans for the possible small-scale invasion of neighboring Syria, reported Israel’s Ynet news portal. According to Israeli army assessments, Iran is equipping Islamist forces in western Syria, including the Lebanese terrorist militia Hezbollah, with the intent…

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Dermer: Israel ‘not eager’ to battle Obama on Iran deal, but has no choice

By Times of Israel— Israel’s ambassador to the United States said in a television interview aired Saturday that Jerusalem was not in any way eager to go up against Washington on the contentious Iranian nuclear agreement reached last month, but felt it had no choice. There is no question that it is the most important…

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Spot Report: “When will Israel’s land extend to the Euphrates river?”

Think on this: “On that day Yahweh made a covenant with Abram and said, ‘to your descendants I give this land, from the Nile river in Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates.’” (Genesis 15:18) Pray on this: Gracious heavenly Father, be pleased to fast-forward the events that must occur before Israel receives all the…

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S.A. Jewish community blasted with anti-Semitic graffiti

By Breaking Israel— A community was rocked Wednesday by what SAPD is investigating as a hate crime. The Rodfei Sholom Congregation, an Orthodox synagogue in north San Antonio woke up to realize hatred and racism is alive and well. “We noticed swastikas and right away we understood,” said Rabbi Arnold Shineberg. “It’s a reminder some…

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Netanyahu emulates Churchill in trying to influence US policy to protect Israel

By Alan Dershowitz, JPost— Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is acting properly in lobbying against the Iran deal. And President Obama is acting improperly in accusing him of interfering in American foreign policy and suggesting that no other foreign leader has ever tried to do so: “I do not recall a similar example.” President Obama…

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State Department Interferes in Favor of PLO Terrorists

By Tova Dvorin, Arutz Sheva— The Obama administration has asked a judge Monday to “carefully consider” the size of the bond demanded from the Palestinian Authority (PA) for its role orchestrating years of terror attacks against Israelis and Jews – directly interfering in a US court case. In February, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) –…

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War Actually Is an Alternative to Iran Deal

By Philip Gordon, Politico— Of all the arguments President Barack Obama made last week in his defense of the Iran nuclear deal, the one that has provoked the most vigorous—and curious—reaction from his critics was the suggestion that the alternative to the deal could be war with Iran. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Obama’s…

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Palestinians and Iran agree to disarm Israel’s alleged nukes

By JNS.org— The Palestinian Authority (PA) and Iran have agreed to work together in holding an international conference on the nuclear disarmament of Israel, a senior Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) official said. PLO Executive Committee member Ahmed Majdalani recently visited Iran, where he met with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohamed Zarif and agreed to hold a…

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Iran Deal: American Christians Warn ‘Annihilation Looms’ for US

By Arutz Sheva— A huge interfaith campaign is uniting the efforts of millions of Christians throughout the US to press Congress to defeat the Iran nuclear deal, warning that the leading state sponsor of terror intends to destroy the US and Israel. Behind the campaign is the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ), which…

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Christian enlistment in IDF expected to break record next year

By JNS.org— Israeli Christian enlistment in the Israel Defense Forces is expected to set a new record next year as many Christian youths seek greater integration into Israeli society. Last year, Christian enlistment in the IDF rose to more than 100 soldiers as part of a recruitment effort by Christian leaders such as Greek Orthodox…

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