Nikki Haley, American ambassador to the United Nations, met with Israeli government leaders this week and demonstrated a marked shift in tone towards Israel.
Today in Israel, even though the intense trauma of the Holocaust has somewhat diminished, and few survivors of the Holocaust are left, the Jewish people of Israel are still extremely attuned to the threat of anti-Semitism.
Research findings reported by the World Jewish Congress has revealed that in 2016, more than 382,000 anti-Semitic posts were uploaded to social media.
Under pressure to find enough cheap laborers, democratic governments invite more available young alien men and women to their land, but democracy without God cannot win against Islam.
The Israeli Knesset on 7 Feb. 2017 voted in favor of legislation that would see thousands of housing units in Judea and Samaria outposts legalized.
Thriving Jewish communities were ethnically-cleansed by Arab forces in the early 20th century during the British occupation which followed World War I.