Once again, Reuters demonstrated its anti-Israel bias and hypocritical reporting in a news story about a Palestinian terrorist who was shot dead after attacking Israeli soldiers. One thing is clear: Don’t believe everything you read from Reuters.
Once again, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon demonstrated his anti-Israel bias, when he said it was “human nature to react to occupation,” implying that deadly Palestinian terror attacks are excusable. It is Ban’s remarks that are inexcusable! Protest now!
Israel’s deputy ambassador to the UK reproached a British Parliament member on Monday over claims she made last week relating to the current wave of Palestinian violence, the Israeli Embassy revealed on Twitter.
There are many examples of cruelty, barbarism, and genocidal incitement in the Palestinian territories and the greater Middle East that can be characterized as “evil,” but a legal blockade by Israel to restrict the flow of weapons to violent extremists is certainly not one of them.
UN Chief Ban Ki-moon justified Palestinian terror by saying that it is Israel that breeds Palestinian "anger." Throughout his tenure, Ban has consistently laid the blame for Palestinian problems at Israel's doorstep. Call him out on his misguided understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict!
The student government’s ethics committee at the University of Michigan unanimously voted not to take disciplinary action against a Jewish student who was under investigation for challenging anti-Israel demonstrators on campus.
The Paris Climate Conference began with a moment of silence for the world's recent victims of radical Islamic terror. But one group - Israeli victims of Palestinian terror - was glaringly left unmentioned.
In Israel for the Champions League Soccer Match, Jose Murinho, the manager of the Chelsea Football Club, said that he is looking forward to playing in Israel this week against Maccabi Tel Aviv, in spite of the security situation.
Human rights organization Amnesty International - known for its harsh and unfair criticism of Israel - strongly condemned the spate of Palestinian terror attacks on Israeli civilians over the past week, saying the attacks “displayed a clear contempt for human life.”
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews is providing the City of Jerusalem, border police and local social-service groups with hundreds of thousands of dollars in security equipment and support as part of a life-saving campaign to counter the ongoing terror wave against Israel.
As part of our ongoing effort to clear the internet of videos that incite violence and terror against Jews, we are once again posting a new list of videos that need to be removed. Help us demand that YouTube remove these dangerous videos immediately!
A new community in southern Israel will be named after four-year-old Israeli Daniel Tragerman, killed by Hamas mortar fire during Operation Protective Edge, last summer’s war against Hamas, the terrorist organization running Gaza.
Social media sites allow terrorist groups to publish videos that incite to violence and murder. Are companies aware that their ads show up alongside online terror? Tell companies to demand that social sites stop promoting terror or they will stop running ads.
Two Palestinian terrorists traveled to Beit Shemesh with intent to murder Jewish civilians. After choosing not to board three different buses, they ended up stabbing one person before they were shot by the police.
Reporting on the recent deadly Palestinian attacks, Jerusalem-based Fox News reporter Conor Powell twists the facts, presenting a false, Palestinian narrative of Israeli intentions on the Temple Mount and Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria.
As the Palestinians are waging what amounts to a third intifada against Israel, the Obama administration is refusing to condemn the Palestinians, instead suggesting Israel is ALSO to blame. This is a blatant and unfair equivocation.
The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations is insisting that a failure by the Palestinian Authority (PA) to stem Palestinian terrorism “should bring a cut in funding” from the United States.
A settlement has been reached in a U.S. lawsuit accusing a large Jordan-based bank of sharing responsibility for a wave of Hamas-sanctioned suicide bombings in the early 2000s that left several Americans dead or wounded.