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  • Rubio says lifting sanctions on Iran would threaten Israel

    WASHINGTON Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio on Friday defended his plan to force Iran to recognize Israel's right to exist as part of a broader bill aimed at giving Congress a greater say in nuclear talks. Critics call Rubio's amendment a poison...
  • Israel blames Arab neighbors for stalling on nuke-free zone

    Israel is blaming its Arab neighbors for the failure of progress toward achieving a Middle East free of nuclear weapons, saying that "if a serious regional effort has not emerged in the Middle East during the last five years, it is not because of Israel."...
  • Congressional review of Iran nuclear deal is threatened by GOP amendments

    A bipartisan bill for Congress to review any nuclear agreement with Iran faced new danger Thursday as Republican senators sought to force votes on controversial amendments that leaders had hoped to avoid. Senate Republican and Democratic leaders have...
  • Israel's Ethiopian community protest in Jerusalem

    Hundreds of protesters, mainly members of Israel's Ethiopian immigrant community, have rallied in Jerusalem, pelting the police with stones and bottles and denouncing what they said was discrimination against them because of their race. Police...
  • Israeli officials: Hamas military leader still alive

    Israeli defense officials say they have concluded that Hamas' shadowy military chief is still alive — after an attempted Israeli assassination during last year's war in Gaza. An airstrike on a three-story home last summer killed the wife and two...
  • Danish bus agency removes ad against Israeli settlements

    Copenhagen's public transport agency on Thursday ordered the immediate removal of posters opposing Israeli settlements on the capital's city buses after getting "a considerable amount of complaints." Movia, owned by eastern Denmark local authorities,...
  • Free expression should never be suppressed, but should be exercised with respectful restraint

    As we celebrate the United Nations' World Press Freedom Day this Sunday, we should remember that freedom of expression and good journalism, while both pillars of democratic society, are not the same thing. So it is not inconsistent to both defend the...
  • Israeli prime minister takes first step in forming coalition

    Israel's prime minister has taken the first step in forming his governing coalition by signing agreements with two parties. Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party said it signed deals Wednesday night with the centrist Kulanu party and the ultra-Orthodox...
  • Stop shielding Israel from the consequences of its own bad choices

    Stop shielding Israel from the consequences of its own bad choices
    I have followed with interest the commentary about Sen. Benjamin Cardin's legislative effort to shield Israel from the negative consequences of its own policies ("Cardin, don't tie U.S. hands for Israel," April 21). The U.S. appears to be alone among...
  • Former US President Jimmy Carter cancels visit to Gaza Strip

    A delegation led by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter says it has called off a planned visit to the Gaza Strip. Carter had planned to make the visit on Thursday in an attempt to draw attention to the humanitarian situation in the war-battered territory....
  • Voices of Faith: What advice would you have given Moses?

    Q: What advice would you have given Moses? The Rev. Stephen D. Jones, First Baptist Church, Kansas City: It's a difficult question to take seriously, giving advice to Moses! Not only the distance of thousands of years but such a different age. So why not...