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Upsurge in anti-Semitic crimes in America in 2017
According to data released by the FBI on Tuesday, 58 percent of all religion-based hate crimes in America were committed against Jews, with the number of crimes against Jews rising by more than a third.
US, Israel, Colombia reveal Maduro accomplice is connected to Hezbollah
Investigations from the United States, Israel and Colombia have linked, through several financial transactions, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro’s alleged accomplice Alex Saab to Hezbollah.
Pompeo announces America’s termination of 1955 amity treaty with Iran
“Iran has attempted to interfere with the sovereign rights of the United States to take lawful actions as necessary to protect our national security, and Iran is abusing the ICJ for political and propaganda purposes,” said the U.S. Secretary of State.
Turkey takes pragmatic steps towards repairing damaged relations with Israel
Reported discussions between the two countries are in the works five months after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan blamed Israel for its response to violent protests along the Gaza border, labeling the country as a “terrorist state” that commits “genocide.”
Putting the PLO in its place
By closing the PLO mission, Trump, Bolton and all the rest of the president’s men have rolled the Palestinian issue 30 years back in time to where it stood in the 1980s.
US Ambassador David Friedman: ‘We don’t tell Israel what to do’
In a Rosh Hashanah interview from his new office in Jerusalem, U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman wishes the people of Israel continued growth, together with the United States.
Grappling with the US-Turkey diplomatic crisis
The current situation is fundamentally different from other crises. Turkish public sentiment in the 1960s and 1970s was largely pro-American (and anti-Soviet). Today, 79 percent of Turks have an unfavorable opinion of the United States.
EU foreign ministers review work done to preserve the nuclear deal with Iran
European Jewish Press
European Union efforts to preserve the nuclear deal, also led by the three European architects of the accord—France, Germany and the United Kingdom—puts the United States in direct conflict with its largest and most powerful NATO allies.
Iran fires off warnings, taking aim at America and Israel
“The U.S. has understood that there will be no ultimate victory in case it opens war against Iran, and that it cannot guarantee avoiding it from becoming a war of attrition,” said Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Brig. Gen. Rasoul Sanayee Raad.
Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
Amid ethnic protests, Iran warns of foreign meddling
U.S. officials, including National Security Advisor John Bolton, a longtime proponent of Iranian regime change, have shied away from declaring that they are seeking a change of government, but have indicated that they hope sanctions will fuel economic discontent.
US and Russia reportedly agree to oust Iran from Syria
The development comes ahead of an upcoming visit to Geneva by U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton, who will meet with senior Russian officials, focusing on issues related to Iran and Syria.
How will Iran respond to US pressure?
All three options are problematic for the Iranian regime, which will likely take into account the impact of the economic sanctions and the Iranian public’s response before making its decision.
Trump renews sanctions on Iran following US withdrawal from nuclear deal
The new sanctions on Iran prevent any transactions with the Islamic Republic involving dollar bank notes, gold, precious metals, alumni, steel, commercial passenger aircraft and coal, as well as ending imports into the United States of Iranian carpets and food.
Iran: On the edge of the abyss
Trump wants the Iranian threat removed completely, including the regime’s missile program, its armed intervention in neighboring countries and its support of terrorist organizations.
Trump opens door for talks with Iran to isolate the ayatollahs
The U.S. president’s announcement that he’s willing to meet with Iran’s leaders has created serious difficulties for them, as his goal is to stop Iran’s imperialist designs and its clear intent to create a nuclear bomb.