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Israel is supported behind closed doors
It’s doubtful that Israel ever had any other prime minister who could have been received in the three major capitals of Europe in a three-day period as easily as Netanyahu e was.
US recognition of Golan as Israeli is ‘best response to Iran’
Ariel Kahana and Adi Hashmonai
Israeli official confirms GOP efforts to bring U.S. closer to recognizing Israeli control of Golan Heights, disputed by Syria • Coalition for Israeli Golan head urges Israel to take steps to ensure Golan territory is “no longer subject to negotiation.”
Thousands celebrate Israel at unprecedented Times Square event
Yoni Hersch and Ariel Kahana
New York hosted a massive street party celebrating 70 years of Israeli independence • Square's screens showcased Israeli achievements • Israeli performers, Hollywood stars, prominent officials took part • Support for Israel “heartwarming,” says Israeli envoy.
Ex-Shin Bet chief denies reports prime minister ordered wiretaps on Mossad, IDF chiefs
Yoram Cohen says Channel 12 report alleging that in 2011, Netanyahu asked the security agency to bug then-Mossad Director Tamir Pardo and IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz, is untrue • Prime minister: Report a total lie • Opposition MKs demand Knesset investigation.
Guatemala becomes first nation to open embassy in Jerusalem
The Guatemalan diplomatic mission in Israel and its staff entered their new embassy Tuesday afternoon for the first time, making Guatemala the first foreign country to establish its embassy in Jerusalem.
New Iran material could ‘prove the suspicions that existed over the years’
According to a source, the Israeli prime minister did not present the most secret information available in the archives, so as not to damage intelligence work.
Israel must pass an effective version of the Taylor Force Act
The Israeli government controls up to 70 percent of the Palestinian Authority. Yet it chooses to continue allowing trade, and even making payments to the Palestinian Authority, despite the direct financial incentives the P.A. gives to terrorists who murder Jews. Simultaneously, Israel's Global Conference on Anti-Semitism almost entirely ignored the issue.
Air India flight over Saudi airspace part of delicate ‘political change’ in Arab world
Makor Rishon/Exclusive to JNS
What the new route means is that the world is beginning to treat Israel in a whole new way.
Is there still bi-partisan support for Israel?
Former ambassadors Shapiro, Oren: Israel needs to win back Democrats
Makor Rishon/Exclusive to JNS
Is the presumed partisan crisis on Israel as stark as the headlines suggest? Former American and Israeli ambassadors disagree on the extent of the problem, but agree that the issue should be addressed.
An Undivided Capital?
‘Abandoned’ Arab neighborhoods threaten Jewish majority in Jerusalem
Makor Rishon / Exclusive to JNS
For several months now, Israel’s National Security Council has been examining plans that would change the municipal boundaries of Jerusalem to preserve the capital city's Jewish majority.