Former Senator Joe Lieberman: Hear out Israel’s leader

By YONI HERSH, ISRAEL HAYOM— In a Washington Post op-ed published on Monday, former Senator Joe Lieberman called on members of Congress to attend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech on Iran on March 3. In the op-ed, Lieberman, a Jewish Democrat from Connecticut who served in the Senate for 24 years, wrote, “Last week, 23…

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Obama encouraging defeat of Netanyahu

By EARL COX, ISRAEL ALWAYS— Election fever is gripping Israel these days with the big election for control of the national government coming up on March 17th. American Christians support Israel however we understand that we are not Israeli citizens therefore we cannot cast ballots in their elections. While we have our personal preferences and…

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Jerusalem mayor overpowers Palestinian terrorist

By Efrat Forsher, Yori Yalon, Shlomo Cesana, ISRAEL HAYOM— A 27-year-old ultra-Orthodox man was stabbed in the stomach by a Palestinian terrorist in central Jerusalem on Sunday evening. The attack, which took place in IDF Square near City Hall, could have ended with far graver consequences had it not been for the intervention of Jerusalem Mayor…

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Anti-Semitic, Pro-Islamic State Graffiti Continues to Plague D.C.

By ADAM KREDO, FREE BEACON— Anti-Semitic, pro-terror graffiti continues to plague an affluent neighborhood in Washington, D.C., causing worry among some residents as anti-Jewish incidents continue to spike across the globe. A swastika with the words, “F***ing D.C. cops” was spotted this week along 19th and N Streets NW in the Dupont Circle neighborhood in…

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ISIS and the cost of leading from behind

By JONATHAN TOBIN, COMMENTARY— The cost of leading from behind is going up. The release of a video showing ISIS terrorists in Libya executing Egyptian Christians was shocking and not just because of the depravity of the atrocity. The video’s production showed that the Libyan Islamists were closely coordinating with ISIS in Syria and Iraq…

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Anti-Semitism now ‘fashionable’ in the US, warn experts

By CATHRYN J. PRINCE, TIMES OF ISRAEL— Not a week seems to go by without an anti-Semitic attack in the United States – either verbal or violent – against Jews. “Unfortunately anti-Semitism has become fashionable again,” Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, executive vice president for the New York Board of Rabbis, told The Times of Israel. “It’s…

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World Vision Retracts Support for Anti-Zionist Propaganda

By ISRAEL TODAY— The Christian humanitarian aid and development organization World Vision has followed the lead of the Lausanne Movement in distancing itself from an article penned by its own vice president who strongly criticized Christian Zionists. In the January 2015 issue of Lausanne Global Analysis, World Vision VP Steve Haas wrote that “for over…

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