Promote quality journalism
JNS PRESS +
Republish JNS content
Username / Email
Don't have an account?
Sign up here
Netanyahu lauds America’s ‘courageous decision’ to reimpose sanctions on Iran
“I think this contributes to stability, security and peace,” said the Israeli prime minister of the newly launched roster of limitations on Tehran.
US, Israel express concern over whether bin Salman can deliver on Mideast peace
“What happened in the Istanbul consulate was horrendous,” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “Yet at the same time, it is very important for the stability of the world, of the region and of the world, that Saudi Arabia remain stable.”
Pompeo: Iranian economy will ‘crumble’ under newly imposed US sanctions
The second and final round of punitive sanctions took effect on Nov. 5, targeting Iranian sectors related to energy, shipping and ship-building, in addition to those in the insurance and transactions sector, including the Central Bank of Iran and designated Iranian financial institutions.
Jonathan S. Tobin
The not-so-sweet taste of hypocrisy about anti-Semitism
Ben & Jerry’s decision to fund a group whose leaders endorse Louis Farrakhan throws zero tolerance for hate out the window.
Israel remains cautious amid global fury at Saudi Arabia over journalist’s suspicious death
With an alleged human-rights violation in the public spotlight, the kingdom’s allies may now try to distance themselves from its leadership.
Former policy experts urge sanctions against Iran on global financial scale
Some 30 former government officials and Iran experts called on the Trump administration to fully enforce U.S. sanctions on banks represented in an international financial system from which Iran benefits.
Europeans working hard to sabotage US sanctions on Iran
France, Germany and the United Kingdom—the three European partners to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal that have stuck with the accord—have vowed to continue efforts to thwart U.S. measures and preserve working economically with Tehran.
Robert P. Barnidge Jr
President Trump, tell the Palestinians: No negotiations without recognition of Israel
A plausible reading of the Arab human-rights treaty would commit the Palestinians to the destruction of Israel. This is unacceptable and irreconcilable with the idea of good-faith peacemaking.
Protesters decry the offical closing of PLO Mission, as flag comes down
While the move initiated last month by U.S. President Donald Trump was celebrated by many, it was slammed by others.
Jonathan S. Tobin
The woman who showed how Americans can succeed at the UN
Nikki Haley’s all-too-brief tenure illustrates that standing up for America and Israel isn’t a formula for diplomatic failure.
Pro-Israel leaders praise Nikki Haley as example of ‘shining city on a hill’ for nations to follow
A former Republican governor of South Carolina, she has received widespread support from both Israeli officials and from the pro-Israel community for her strong support of Israel at the world body, which has been a hotbed of criticism of the Jewish state for decades.
Stephen M. Flatow
No, Mr. President, two states won’t ‘work best’
There may be no solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in our generation; not all international conflicts have one. But certainly whittling Israel down to nine miles wide is not the answer.
Trump envoy Greenblatt consults US senators on Mideast peace plan
Special Envoy for Middle East Affairs Jason Greenblatt tweets thanks to Democratic and Republican senators for meeting to discuss peace plan • “Deal of the century” expected to be unveiled in four months • Administration expects that “no one will be fully pleased.”
State Department: No ‘Jerusalem, Israel’ on US passports
The Trump administration may be withholding recognition of Israel’s capital on passports for the time being because of its much-anticipated Mideast peace plan.
Bolton clarifies at briefing: Palestine ‘is not a state’
“It could become a state, as the president said, but that requires diplomatic negotiations with Israel and others,” said U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton.