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Iran’s plummeting currency reflects country’s economic, military concerns
Most observers are pointing to corruption, political infighting and fear of a collapse of the Iranian nuclear deal as major factors in the rial’s fall.
Israeli illustrator to kids at U.N. Holocaust event: ‘Take to heart the effects of hate’
Michel Kichka utilizes his skills as a cartoonist to delve into his own painful childhood memories of a father who was unable to tell his children about what he had been through during the Holocaust.
Supreme Court will not hear case regarding American victims of Palestinian terror
Without issuing a comment, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case, thereby leaving the lower court ruling standing.
Endowment for Middle East Truth
Sarah N. Stern
The end of the era of Palestinian deception
With the passage of the Taylor Force Act, which aims to deduct payments to Palestinian prisoners and “martyrs,” fissures are finally emerging in the terror organization’s iron wall of deception.
Amid Egypt’s one-sided presidential election, analyzing the progress of El-Sisi
Despite the government essentially rigging the election to ensure that no other credible candidate could oppose President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, he still is enjoying popular support among many Egyptians due to the country’s turmoil following the Arab Spring.
A one-on-one with Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon
The ambassador provides JNS with a glimpse into Israel plans from stopping Iran’s power across the Mideast and preventing the continued Israel-bashing in the world body to discussing the refreshing new presence of U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley.
Taylor Force Act
Slain soldier’s father becomes advocate ‘for right vs. wrong’
From retirement to Washington advocacy: Stuart Force, father of terror victim Taylor Force, urges Congress to end Palestinian terror payments.
Taylor Force Act
Taylor Force Act hits snag in Senate as pro-Israel groups urge passage
The legislation, which seeks to slash U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority over its payments to convicted terrorists and their families, has stalled in the U.S. Senate despite bipartisan support as both sides point fingers.
Trump cites Iran-deal wrangles in Tillerson firing, Iran hawk Pompeo in at State
In a not-so-surprising move, Trump ousts U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, citing disagreements on the Iran nuclear deal as a contributing factor.
Azerbaijan has ‘pioneered’ Israeli ties with Muslim world, says ambassador
In exclusive interview, Azerbaijan’s Ambassador to the United States Elin Suleymanov discusses Jerusalem, Iran and its strong ties with Israel.
Abbas’s U.N. speech about his legacy not solving conflict, expert says
P.A. leader Mahmoud Abbas took to the international stage on Tuesday to call for a conference to advance peace efforts amid a falling out between the Palestinians and the Trump administration.
Israel advocates mobilize to defend Arizona’s anti-BDS law following setback in Kansas
During the last few years, more than 20 U.S. states have targeted the BDS movement with legislation aimed at preventing state entities from doing business with companies that seek to boycott Israel. But this success in pro-Israel advocacy has been met with some pushback, as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and some pro-Palestinian legal groups have argued that anti-BDS legislation violates the Constitution.
Why is Ireland the most anti-Israel country in Europe?
The Irish and Jewish people share a common history of suffering cruel persecution and achieving national redemption against immeasurable odds. But today, modern Ireland is one of Europe’s fiercest critics of Israel.
Stephen M. Flatow
Why polls on a Palestinian state are a mirage
Ever wonder why polls consistently show that a large portion of the Israeli public supports creating a Palestinian state?
Jewish, Christian leaders visit Guatemala to affirm Central American nation’s ‘courageous act’ on Jerusalem
A large delegation of Jewish and Christian leaders traveled to Guatemala last week to thank President Jimmy Morales for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and announcing the move of its embassy to Jerusalem.