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US Supreme Court rules against Israeli terror victims in case against Arab Bank
Foreign victims of human-rights abuses and terror attacks cannot sue foreign businesses in American courts, ruled the U.S. Supreme Court.
What Israel’s gun policies can teach Americans
For American law enforcement, the best lesson from Israel may not be the fact that a security guard is armed, but that a greater focus is placed on that guard’s training and state of mind.
Iran nuclear deal
Deadline looms as U.S. and Europe face off over Iran nuclear deal
Will America pull out, or will it cave to European pressure to stay in the deal?
Jonathan S. Tobin
Playing charades? Or dealing a bad hand in the form of so-called peace
The Trump administration’s new Middle East peace plan will be dead on arrival. Should they try anyway?
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
The reasons why America needs to stop supporting UNRWA
Given the deeply entrenched institutional biases of the United Nations against Israel, we can expect that UNRWA will soon find other donors. But that doesn’t mean that the United States, which had by far been the largest donor nation, has to continuously foot the bill.
Israel wary of Hezbollah’s growing influence on US-allied Lebanese forces
According to Israeli military assessments, however, the LAF is increasingly coming under the sway of the Iranian-backed terror organization Hezbollah, which dominates Lebanon politically and militarily.
Despite reward for fugitive Palestinian terrorist, U.S. and Jordan remain slow to act
Relatives of the terrorist’s victims are expressing disappointment and anger at what they call a half-hearted U.S. effort in this and similar cases.
American and Israeli condemnation grows over Polish Holocaust bill
American and Israeli condemnation poured in on Thursday in the wake of a controversial bill passed by the Polish Senate a day earlier criminalizing statements linking Poland to the murder of Jews during the Holocaust.
Terror-funding Qatar, ‘America’s top frenemy,’ wages charm offensive among US Jews
Ariel Ben Solomon
Qatar, which has long been a Mideast enigma due to its modernized appearance but sim-ultaneous funding of Islamist terror groups, is engaging in a public relations campaign to recruit increased support in the U.S.—including among American Jews.
Jordan’s King Abdullah: no resolution to Israeli-Palestinian conflict without US role
Jordan’s King Abdullah stated Thursday that there will be no peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict without the U.S. playing a mediating role in the process.
White House: no contact between Trump’s Mideast team and Palestinians since Jerusalem announcement