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JERUSALEM — As he strolled on his leafy, narrow street overlooking what is now the United States Embassy in Israel, Ben Katz stepped back to dodge the side-view mirror of an oncoming truck, … more
Key Facts 1. The embassy move reflects the law. It is a bipartisan effort that has enjoyed cross-party political support in the United States and Israel for decades. … more
Who says the age of miracles is over? Seventy years to the day after President Harry Truman ignored the warnings of the State Department and some of America’s European allies and recognized … more
Four years after the end of its last armed conflict with Israel, Hamas once again finds itself in the corner, strategically isolated from the region, ruling over … more
Excerpt from Tuesday’s editorial:  The large death toll from Monday’s violent protests show that the situation in Gaza is far more complicated than simply Hamas leaders inciting … more
Editorial from Tuesday’s English and Hebrew editions: The black smoke that rose above Gaza yesterday and the number of casualties that climbed by the hour did not interfere with the … more
Monday’s dedication of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem began with an invocation by Rabbi Zalman Wolowik of Five Towns Chabad, a longtime Torah-study partner of U.S. Ambassador David Friedman, a … more
Today is a significant, historic day in Israel and throughout the Jewish world. It is 70 years to the day since Israel declared its independence. The United States has formally moved its embassy to … more
Anti-Semitism test: 1. Does the person commenting on the Israeli-Gaza situation insist that only if enough Israelis die first, can Israel justify using force to stop Palestinians trying to kill … more
1) People have a right to peacefully protest! (Indeed they do. But there are plenty of people here who are taking butcher knives and firebombs and guns to storm the border and kill and kidnap Israeli … more
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