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Bill Clinton admits quiet campaign against Netanyahu during the 1996 election
Despite Clinton’s under-the-radar efforts, Netanyahu defeated Peres in a narrow upset, in what was seen by many as a rejection of the Oslo peace process.
Israeli Security Cabinet member warns about future of Iranian aggression in the Mideast
“Iranians are using the so-called vacuum that was created in the Middle East because of the collapse of regimes, and they are trying to create a Shiite arc from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea,” Galant said at an event prepared by the Israel Project in Jerusalem.
Upcoming address by Jimmy Carter at Liberty U. raises concern among Christian Israel supporters
They are troubled by his anti-Semitic and anti-Israel rhetoric, and wonder what kind of message that sends, especially to the younger crowd.
For Conference of President’s Malcolm Hoenlein, orderly transition ‘the right thing to do’
Hoenlein tells JNS that following the selection of a new executive—a process that could take one to two years—he will continue to focus on external relations as well as plans to structure the Conference for the years ahead.
Media experts sharpen tools to promote Israel amid ‘disinformation apocalypse’
Participants from 15 countries gather at #DigiTell18 Conference in Jerusalem to share best practices and strategize effective methods for relaying truths about Israel and fighting anti-Israel propaganda.
On AIPAC sidelines, Israeli ministers express support for settlements
Said Israel’s Consul General to New York Dani Dayan: “If we are foreigners to Judea and Samaria, then of course we are foreigners to Tel Aviv.”
Israeli Supreme Court turnover: A ‘win-win’ for the public and for policy
For decades, Israel’s court has been widely known to be one of the most liberal activist courts in the Western world. But Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is single-handedly shaking things up.
Knesset caucus celebrates ‘faith-based diplomacy’ in ‘Night to Honor Christian Allies’
“To have a group like this, many of whom non-Jews who support Israel the way you do; who see that America will be blessed when Israel is blessed; who understand that when we as a nation support the state of Israel; and we share their values and we support them, we are not just helping Israel, we are helping America," said U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.
Changes in the Middle East
Delegation of American Jewish leaders finds budding ally in the Emirates
“The United Arab Emirates can have an expanding role with the State of Israel. They are a country that is trying to counter the forces of extremism,” said Malcolm Hoenlein, executive vice chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations.
Legal Summit in Jerusalem Tackles Moves Against International BDS Efforts
Top legal experts gathered in Jerusalem for a three-day summit focused on countering a global delegitimization campaign against Israel.
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Pipeline puzzle: Who will consume Israel’s natural gas?
By 2019, Israel’s large Leviathan natural gas field is expected to transform a once resource-poor developing economy into major energy exporter.
Israel enters USAID initiative in latest power surge for Jewish state’s ties with Africa
Tzipi Hotovely’s comments highlight underbelly of mistrust between US Jews and Israel
Ascending Israeli-American group seeks to be the ‘glue,’ not the ‘wedge,’ for US Jewry