More than 10 Jewish community centers in the United States received bomb threats on Monday, which is the fourth round of threats in the last five weeks.
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During a joint Navy and Air Force drill, Israeli Navy captain reassured reporters at The Jerusalem Post that “we are training for everything they [Hamas] can throw at us.”
After attending her first monthly Security Council meeting, Nikki R. Haley, United States ambassador to the United Nations, stated that the “U.S. is determined to stand up to the UN’s anti-Israel bias.”
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Beloved American film star and friend of Israel, Chuck Norris, recently paid a visit to the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City.
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The latest Fellowship tour of the Holy Land hosts 14 Baptist leaders and continues the bridge-building mission of strengthening Christian support for the Jewish state.
Already this year, 48 Jewish Community Centers have received bomb threats by phone. With this uptick in anti-Semitism, is anyone paying attention?
PM Netanyahu's first meeting with the new administration in Washington showed there will now be a different approach to the Middle East.
Following his White House meeting, PM Netanyahu sat down with U.S. lawmakers to discuss issues in the Middle East.