Saturday, June 27, 2015


US Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal nationwide The US Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a legal right across the United States.

Kerry Arrives in Vienna as Deadline for Nuclear Deal Approaches Secretary of State John Kerry to meet Iranian counterpart in Vienna amid reports that nuclear talks remain stalled.

Dozens killed on day of terror in Tunisia, Kuwait and France Gunmen, bombers strike on three continents; Cameron laments 'poisonous radicalism'; Netanyahu urges world struggle against 'dark forces of Islamic extremism'.

The Iran deal: A look at what it does and problems remaining With deadline approaching, and negotiators back at the table, significant obstacles to a nuclear agreement remain.

How IDF Intelligence failed to predict 'Hamastan' in Gaza following Israeli pullot A year before the evacuation, the Southern Command warned of 'Hamastan in Gaza,' but Army Intelligence was quick to dismiss it, while the Shin Bet estimated Hamas was interested in calm; those who did try to alert of the dangers of leaving Gaza were pushed aside, while the rest toed the line.

Vatican signs treaty recognizing State of Palestine Angry Israel says 'hasty step damages the prospects for advancing a peace agreement'.

Jewish worldwide population in 2015 is nearly 16 million Seventy years after Holocaust, global Jewish population close to returning to what it was before.

Greece debt: Crisis meeting over bailout referendum Greece's creditors are holding a crisis meeting with the Greek finance minister after Athens called a referendum on the terms for a fresh bailout.

NATO to triple size of reaction force NATO announced late Wednesday it will triple the capacity of its Response Force to 40,000 troops.

At Magdala by the Kinneret, discoveries that resonate with Jews and Christians The most significant find to date is an altar stone believed to be a model of the Jerusalem Temple - created by a contemporary artist who saw it first-hand.