The United States reclaimed its seat on the UN Human Rights Council on last week and immediately called for a change in its treatment of Israel.
While the world is focusing its attention on the upcoming U.S. elections, the Cold War between America and Russia escalates.
ISIS troops have rounded up tens of thousands of Iraqi people near Mosul and surrounding villages – including women and children at gunpoint – to use as human shields as they retreat toward their stronghold of Mosul.
The impending arrival of Russia’s sole aircraft carrier – the Admiral Kuznetsov – off the coast of Syria has the Israeli defense establishment concerned, Hebrew media sources reported.
UNESCO’s executive board formally adopted a controversial measure on Tuesday which Israel has said denies the historic Jewish connection to holy sites in Jerusalem.
US Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) are leading a bipartisan effort to stop the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) from passing a resolution that would describe the Temple Mount and the Western Wall as holy Muslim sites, thus diminishing the historic and verified Jewish and Christian ties to the Old City of Jerusalem.
The US State Department has sharply criticized an Israeli plan to build 98 homes in the Judea & Samaria community of Shiloh.
Top national security officials are once again presenting to US President Barack Obama options to strike at the regime of Bashar Assad, at a critical moment in a five-year war throughout which he has repeatedly declined to act.
There are titanic shifts taking place in Washington D.C. Under the watch of President Barack Obama, a flock of Muslim aides and advisors have been welcomed into the White House.
Russia has sent an S-300 air defense missile system to its naval base in Syria’s port of Tartus, to guarantee the security of the base from the air, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said this week.