PM Netanyahu's first meeting with the new administration in Washington showed there will now be a different approach to the Middle East.
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Following his White House meeting, PM Netanyahu sat down with U.S. lawmakers to discuss issues in the Middle East.
Israel and the new American administration are now united in their disapproval of the Iran nuclear agreement, but must now decide how to fix or undo it.
A new exhibit in the Holy Land celebrates the late Israeli spaceman, Ilan Ramon, killed in the 2003 explosion of the space shuttle Columbia.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Washington, D.C., on February 15.
While no concrete decision has been made on moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, American and Israeli leaders continue to strengthen the personal trust between one another.
A Fellowship staff member in Israel writes of the pro-American sentiment she witnessed this past week, and the hope for the future it instills.
As discussions to move the American embassy in Israel to the Holy City continue, Professor Efraim Inbar writes of Jerusalem's importance to Israel and the Jewish people.
As a new presidency looks to change America's Middle East approach, Britain and Australia have also stood for Israel as of late.
America's president-elect says that he has not forgotten his promise to move the U.S. embassy to Israel's eternal capital.