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In Israel and UK, the political center is making a comeback
Frida Ghitis, a former CNN producer and correspondent, is a world affairs columnist. She is a frequent opinion contributor to CNN and The Washington Post and a columnist for World Politics Review. The opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author; view more opinion articles on CNN.
Laws Suppressing Boycotts of Israel Don’t Prevent Discrimination — They Violate Civil Liberties
A number of states recently passed laws that require state contractors — including teachers, lawyers, newspapers and journalists, and even students who want to judge high school debate tournaments — to certify that they are not participating in politically motivated boycotts against Israel. Dozens o
FAIL: Rashida Tlaib Calls For A Boycott Of Israel, But Used Israeli Company To Build Her Campaign Website
BDS for thee, but not for me. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), a leading advocate of the boycott, divest, and sanction movement against Israel (BDS), reportedly used an Israeli tech company to build her campaign website.
Revealed: A day after Corbyn said ISIS bride should be let back into UK... how Labour's John McDonnell once called for anyone who fought for Israel to be stripped of their British citizenship
John McDonnell argued Britons who fought for Israel against Palestine should face the threat of losing their citizenship in a letter that emerged 24 hours after Jeremy Corbyn said jihadi bride Shamima Begum should keep her passport.
Israel elections: Netanyahu challengers Gantz and Lapid join forces
Two of Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's strongest challengers in April elections have announced a centrist alliance in a bid to defeat him. Ex-army chief Benny Gantz and centrist politician Yair Lapid agreed to rotate as prime minister if they win.
University of Essex Ratifies Jewish Society After Controversy, Suspends Lecturer Over ‘Antisemitic’ Posts on Holocaust, Israel
The University of Essex on Friday announced the immediate establishment of a Jewish society that was previously voted against by some 200 students, as the English school launched a probe into antisemitism and suspended a lecturer accused of sharing hostile posts on the Holocaust, Jews, and Israel.
Israel's Netanyahu defends partnership with far-right party
JERUSALEM – Israeli prime minister is defending his partnership with a small ultranationalist party despite local and international condemnation. Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday took to Twitter and called the criticism, which also came from pro-Israel Jewish organizations in the US, as "hypocrisy and
Iran will not rule out possibility of military conflict with Israel
BERLIN (Reuters) - Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif accused Israel of engaging in “adventurism” with its bombing campaigns in Syria and said he could not rule out the possibility of a military conflict between the countries.
Benjamin Netanyahu strikes deal with hardline parties ahead of Israel elections
The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, on Wednesday reached a preliminary election deal with two fringe religious-nationalist parties in a bid to unify his hardline bloc before elections in April.
Benjamin Netanyahu's embrace of far-right extremists may seal his fate
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proved to be the Houdini of Israeli politics — an expert escape artist who extricates himself from the trickiest of situations to remain in power.
How the Israel Lobby Controls America
Find out how a lobby acting on behalf of a foreign nation has taken control of the American establishment. You can now donate to my work via Streamlabs: https://streamlabs.com/mark318i.
Israeli Soldiers Abduct The Head Of Jerusalem’s Palestinian Prisoners Society
Israeli soldiers abducted, on Saturday morning, the secretary of Fateh Movement in occupied Jerusalem, and the head of the Palestinian Prisoners’ Society’s (PPS) office in the city, Nasser Qous.
Jerusalem U Presents Israel’s First Special Ops Unit
Jerusalem U Presents Israel’s First Special Ops Unit. In this week’s History of Israel Explained, we’re going back to the early days of the State of Israel and examining the role of the legendary (or should that be notorious?) Unit 101, Israel’s first special ops team.
Macron Vows to Criminalize Criticism of Israel as ‘Hate Speech’
French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to criminalize criticism of Israel as a form of “hate speech” in response to a recent surge in hate crimes against Jewish people.
Appeals court revives $1 Bn lawsuit against Israel supporters
A U.S. appeals court has ruled that a $1 billion lawsuit by Palestinian Arabs and Arab Americans against Sheldon Adelson and other Israel supporters for "genocide" and other "war crimes" can go forward.
Israel boycott movement is inherently anti-Semitic
We were shocked by Aisha Sultan’s column (“Burroughs grad blacklisted by pro-Israel site. She’s Jewish,” Feb. 17). Sultan claims that college student Sophie Hurwitz has been victimized by a shadowy cabal, and that strangers are being fed lies about Hurwitz.
The decline of the Israeli left
“PEACE HAS become a dirty word.” That was the main reason given by Tzipi Livni (pictured) for quitting politics on February 18th. Over the course of two decades in the Knesset, Ms Livni, once a protégé of Binyamin Netanyahu, Israel’s nationalist prime minister, came to support the establishment of a
Palestinian 'Moderate' Official Reportedly Compares Palestinian Refugee Camps To Nazi Camps
On Thursday, Jason Greenblatt, assistant to President Trump and Special Representative for International Negotiations, made known a grotesque and nasty comment he said was made by a senior Palestinian official that claimed Palestinians were living in camps similar to Nazi camps.
Political attacks mount in Israel as a retired general challenges Netanyahu
JERUSALEM — With seven weeks left until Israelis go to the polls, the two most likely candidates to become the country’s next prime minister, incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu and newcomer Benny Gantz — both highly decorated former Israeli army officers — have taken aim, at each other.
Is the man MPs call ‘Corbyn’s brain’ the REAL reason Labour is drowning in the poison of anti-Semitism? Seumus Milne, the spin doctor who promoted Palestinian terror, parrots Putin and called IRA bombers ‘daring’
The Mail on Sunday today reveals startling new evidence of long-standing links between Jeremy Corbyn’s closest adviser and Middle Eastern terrorist groups, together with an outspoken defence of Russian interests dating back decades.