The Biden administration came into office bearing gifts for the Iranian regime.
The Ben & Jerry's boycott, and Unilever's role in it, has ramifications under both U.S. federal and state laws.
The IOC must put forward a gold-medal effort after almost 50 years.
"I was a young Palestinian woman tweeting in the heat of the moment as I witnessed horrific, undeserved deaths," she said.
In just the past several weeks, we've witnessed a series of incidents in which progressive activism, often displayed as pro-Palestinian advocacy, has morphed into single-minded anti-Israel aggression—and sometimes outright antisemitism.
"The home of an entire family should not be demolished for the actions of one individual," the U.S. Embassy said.
The saying "No Jews, No news" unfortunately describes this worldview all too well.
The only people who should fear condemnation of anti-Semitism are anti-Semites.
The teenage boys of Gaza, some of whom are still in junior high, are learning how to shoot guns and launch anti-tank missiles.
The czar can bring the moral authority of the White House and the resources of the federal government to bear on battling the scourge of anti-Semitism.
"A state based on atrocity, inhumanity, racism and cannibalism never lasts long!" Dr. Fidaa Wishah wrote in a post on Facebook.
"The home of an entire family should not be demolished for the actions of one individual," the U.S. State Department said earlier this month.
"You know, we need a stronger position taken by the administration — pushing for actual change rather than continuation of this wretched situation," Patrick Diehl, a Democratic-leaning independent from Tucson said.
Settlers have campaigned for decades to evict Palestinian families from their homes in the densely populated Palestinian neighborhoods just outside the walls of the Old City.
Bennett should use the bully pulpit of the prime ministership to challenge the misguided and harmful perception that Israeli settlers are an obstacle to peace.
The parade provided an early challenge for Israel's new prime minister, Naftali Bennett, a hardline Israeli nationalist who has promised a pragmatic approach as he presides over a delicate, diverse coalition government.
Both Christian leaders and academics have noted the "fewer loud voices" speaking up for Israel during the most recent Israeli-Palestinian conflict, attributing that lessening to a long-standing campaign by self-described "peace-making" groups that are swaying support away from the younger generation.
Social media users are calling for a boycott of fashion brand Zara after alleged controversial messages from a head designer to a Palestinian model were shared.
"They talk about it being a government of change, but it's just going to entrench the status quo," Waleed Assaf said. "Bennett is a copy of Netanyahu, and he might even be more radical."
Hamas urged Palestinians to "rise up in the face of the occupier and resist it by all means to stop its crimes and arrogance."
The statement from the House members came after Omar seemed to compare the U.S. to Hamas and the Taliban.
Israel's ambassador to the United States claimed Hamas used the al-Jalaa building to disrupt the Iron Dome, though AP has not seen evidence of these claims.
While Israel has maintained that Hamas militants were operating inside the building, AP says they "have yet to receive evidence to support these claims."
The May 10 parade, which was meant to celebrate Israel's capture of East Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war, had begun when Hamas fired rockets from Gaza toward the holy city.
On Sunday, police arrested twins Muna and Muhammad al-Kurd, who led a demonstration against attempts to evict Palestinian families from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah.
It is precisely Netanyahu's legacy of protecting Israel that propels him to move forward to finish the arc of his long career.
Vice President Harris' remarks came at a time of political change in Israel.
His ouster is big news, including for us Palestinians, for whom the disaster that was Netanyahu's leadership cannot be overstated.