Wednesday, April 15, 2015


Seventy years after the Holocaust, European Union says never again "There are Jewish communities in Europe that again feel insecure and we have been sadly reminded that violent anti-Semitism, intolerance and fanaticism remain a threat," EU says.

Global financial risks have risen, says IMF The risks to global financial stability have risen, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said. .

Islamic State camp a few miles from Texas Combine this with Obama's open borders policy, and America faces a bright and secure future of hope and change.

Expert: Time to Recalibrate Relations with Russia Israel cannot continue being "over-supportive" of the Russians in the wake of the S-300 deal, says Azriel Bermant.

Almost half of Germans want to put Nazi past behind them Seventy years after the end of World War Two, some 42 percent of Germans want to draw a line under the Nazi past.

Violent anti-Semitism surged 40 percent in 2014, study finds "Many streets in our European cities have become hunting grounds for Jews, and some Jews are now forced to avoid community institutions and synagogues as a result."

Israel becoming an increasingly more partisan issue in US, poll finds A new poll conducted by Bloomberg news finds that a partisan shift may represent a watershed moment for American and Israeli relations.

Hamas accelerates its tunnel-building, using heavy machinery Bulldozers hard at work in new upsurge; terror group also manufacturing short-range rockets, which proved murderously effective last summer.

EU OFFICIAL ESTIMATES OVER 6,000 JIHADIS LEFT EUROPE TO FIGHT IN SYRIA "At the European level, we estimate that 5,000 [to] 6,000 individuals have left for Syria," European Union Justice Commissioner Vera Jouriva told Le Figaro in a Monday interview, as transcribed by AFP. She went on to say this was a very conservative estimate, because keeping tabs on foreign Muslim fighters in the Syrian theater is extremely difficult. .

RAF jets and Royal Navy warship scrambled to shadow Russian ships and aircraft SCOTS-based RAF Typhoons and a warship have been scrambled as Russian bombers and navy vessels passed close to the UK.