“This is one of the great days in the history of Sudan,” Trump said, noting that Israel and Sudan have been in a state of war for decades.
Trump also signaled that brokering more peace deals in the Middle East is a priority for him, claiming that Saudi Arabia might be next.
A joint statement released by the United States, the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the State of Israel announced the ‘establishment of full diplomatic relations between Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain.’
The Abraham Accord provides genuine hope for Israel and its neighbors, and is one of the greatest foreign policy achievements for the Trump administration.
Normalization with Israel opens access to state-of-the-art health care technology, agriculture, defense, and telecommunications for nations who seek peace.
If President Trump is reelected this November, the world may indeed witness a few more peace agreements out of the Middle East.
Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) officially established diplomatic ties Thursday in a peace agreement brokered by the United States.
A joint government agreement between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Ganzt provides Israel a more focused leadership to combat the spread of COVID-19, and marks the end of a year and a half of political impasse.
Mike Pompeo’s announcement affirms the inhabitance of Jews in territories recaptured in the Six-Day War in 1967 does not violate international law.
While it’s possible that a change in the Israeli prime minister will shift foreign policy ever-so-slightly, it’s unlikely to have a huge effect, if any, on the Israeli-U.S. dynamic
Americans can expect Israel will soon be led by a prime minister named Benjamin who’s focused on Israelis’ security. Regardless of which Benjamin that is, expect the U.S. Democrats’ left flank to be unhappy about it.
Long before Donald Trump came around, conservative Jews argued that Jewish Democrats would have to deal with the anti-Israel faction in their party.
Warren’s targeting of GOP fundraiser Elliot Broidy is just the latest episode in the senator’s move to embrace the anti-Israel left.
Since Israel is increasingly detested by the American left, progressives have become increasingly comfortable attacking Jews.
Israel has the moral right to annex all of the West Bank, for a plethora of reasons. Israel’s right to exist is non-negotiable and it has a right to unilaterally apply Israeli law over its nation-state.
As the Democratic Party turns its back on Israel, the peace process hangs in the balance.
Many of the same Democrat hopefuls who boycotted AIPAC could be found yucking it up with infamous race-baiter Al Sharpton this week.
Like officials in Germany and Norway, these days the Democratic Party can excuse a little Jew hatred if it’s framed right.
A quarrel about the Holocaust and victim status is an avoidable tragedy between two countries that should be allies.
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