Since the passage of a disastrous anti-Israel resolution at the U.N. last December, Great Britain has made an effort to show that world that it’s changing its tune on Israel.
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Writing at JNS, the always thoughtful Jonathan Tobin asks whether the change of U.S. administrations, coupled with the fact that European leaders may be getting wise to the true intentions of Palestinian leadership, puts Israel in a stronger position internationally.
A terrorist used his vehicle to ram into pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge in London earlier this week, killing two, including an American citizen. The terrorist then ran toward Parliament, stabbing and killing a police officer.
The Gaza-based terrorist group wants to distance itself from such incidents as this week's attack in London, but Hamas' principles of hatred and violence remain very much intact.
Meet David, who proudly serves in the Israeli Navy.
The terrorist who carried out the ramming and stabbing attack in London has been named as 52-year-old Khalid Masood.
Israel is "deeply shocked" by the attack, and sends condolences and message of solidarity to the British people.
As London reels from Wednesday's attack, a terror method long afflicting Israel and the Middle East appears to be on the rise.
Three people are dead and at least 20 more are injured - many of the injuries "catastrophic" - after an attacker rammed and stabbed people on Westminster Bridge and outside of the English Parliament.
Meet Nitzan, a 25-year-old Israeli who was born with Down Syndrome who proudly serves his nation and its people as a dog trainer for the Israeli Air Force (IAF).