- Dallas Morning News5 hours ago
Just as in 1929, officials of Israel (or at that time, officials of the Zionist movement) flatly deny such aspirations, and paint them as Palestinian paranoia. Jews in Palestine in 1929 ...
- Quartz2 days ago
Then last week, as reported in the Forward, Chicago’s SlutWalk—a feminist organization—announced that it would not allow Zionist displays at its rallies.
- Foreign Policy Magazine13 hours ago
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- Bloomberg23 hours ago
Given the scale of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it may seem strange that the latest round of violence was triggered by metal detectors. Late Monday, Israel was negotiating with Jordan over ...
Lord Bew warned that the rise in personal attacks against politicians risked driving candidates out of public life in future.
- Associated Press via Yahoo News4 days ago
In 1946, the militant Zionist group Irgun blew up a wing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, killing 91 people. In 1967, American author, historian and poet Carl Sandburg died at his ...
- The Atlantic22 hours ago
Of all the issues involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, none is more sensitive than the status of Jerusalem, which both sides claim as their capital. It started with metal detectors.
- AFP via Yahoo News5 hours ago
Thousands of Jordanians had demonstrated against Israel in Amman and other cities, calling for "resistance" to "Zionist attacks" and demanding the cancellation of a 1994 peace treaty.
- Newsweek6 days ago
CNN’s Jake Tapper is used to taking heat. More broadly, the spat has revived arguments on the political left about how much to emphasize identity politics and the kind of social-justice discourse ...
- The Daily Beast6 days ago
On Monday, CNN’s Jake Tapper joined the alt-right. The man who famously pressed Donald Trump more than 20 times in a single interview about his racist comments and one of the ten journalists ...