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Zionist Organization of America
Susan Tuchman, David Schoen & Morton Klein
U.S. government supports the terrorists, and not the victims, in lawsuit
After losing at trial and facing the prospect of paying millions in damages to the terror victims, the PLO and P.A. tried a new ploy: reneging on their sworn commitments by challenging the court’s jurisdiction over them. Instead of calling them out for this sleazy maneuver, our government unconscionably filed a brief supporting them.
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
The end of the era of Palestinian deception
With the passage of the Taylor Force Act, which aims to deduct payments to Palestinian prisoners and “martyrs,” fissures are finally emerging in the terror organization’s iron wall of deception.
Hamas is an abysmal failure for its people and the Middle East
It has failed because it is caught between two irreconcilable principles: establishing a modern, functioning state that provides for its citizens while at the same time maintaining a perpetual state of war against the Jewish state.
UN Human Rights Council passes five resolutions against Israel
“The United States continues to evaluate our membership in the Human Rights Council. Our patience is not unlimited,” said U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley. “Today’s actions make clear that the organization lacks the credibility needed to be a true advocate for human rights.”
Palestinian Authority applies for entry into eight international treaties at UN
P.A. leader Mahmoud Abbas has vowed to apply to 22 international treaties, including 18 of the United Nations in December 2017, following the official recognition by U.S. President Donald Trump of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Palestinians demand that US Ambassador to Israel be put on international terror list
The Palestinian Authority called for David Friedman to be placed on an international terror list “for violating international law, supporting terrorism, and promoting ethnic cleansing and black racism."
Infighting and broken relations with America leave Palestinians in crisis
Ariel Ben Solomon
The Palestinians are debating who will succeed after Mahmoud Abbas, what kind of pressure they can put on Israel and the United States, and where the different factions are headed.
How Palestinian votes in municipal elections may change the face of Jerusalem
Eastern Jerusalem Palestinians have historically boycotted Jerusalem municipal elections. A recent poll shows that 58 percent of eastern Jerusalem residents now support the idea of voting. The change may be a signal of further normalization between Jews and Arabs in Israel's capital city, yet it may also have severe consequences on the way the city is governed.
Palestinian cold war heats up as reconciliation efforts fail
As he struggles to maintain control, Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas wants to create an emergency in the region that could draw in Israel and Hamas, said an Israeli expert.
Taylor Force Act
Taylor Force Act hits snag in Senate as pro-Israel groups urge passage
The legislation, which seeks to slash U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority over its payments to convicted terrorists and their families, has stalled in the U.S. Senate despite bipartisan support as both sides point fingers.
Latest Palestinian textbooks show increased indoctrination to jihad and martyrdom
An examination of the middle-school books for Islamic Education shows a significant increase in focus on the early Islamic tenets of “shahada” (martyrdom), “fidaa” (self-sacrifice) and “tadhiya” (sacrifice) as part of jihad for the sake of Allah and their modern manifestations as part of the Palestinian struggle against Israel.
Jonathan S. Tobin
How much do the Palestinians pay for terror?
“The Washington Post” muddles the truth in a “fact check” of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s claims about how much the Palestinians spend on terrorism.
Stephen M. Flatow
The Trump administration just doesn’t get Gaza
No matter how hard the State Department crowd wishes it, the Palestinian Authority is not going to fight Hamas for control of Gaza. In fact, it’s not going to fight Hamas at all.
Palestinians launch ‘diplomatic intifada’ to counter America’s perceived pro-Israel bias
Daniel Siryoti and Lior Yaakobi
Israel Hayom / Exclusive to JNS
The diplomatic discord will continue until President Trump backtracks on the Jerusalem declaration, according to Palestinian officials.
Palestinian Authority PM escapes an assassination attempt in Gaza
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah’s convoy was attacked shortly after entered the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.