Thursday, January 12, 2017


Congress Urges Trump to Move U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem A delegation of more than 100 members of Congress wrote to President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday, urging him to relocate the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem "as soon as you take office".

Obama Advances Arafat's Agenda At the Camp David talks in July, 2000 hosted by President Clinton, Yasser Arafat rejected the proposals for a final status agreement put forward by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and offering Arafat virtually all the territories beyond the pre-1967 armistice lines.

Russia, terrorists and China threaten world order, US 'ready to engage' - Mattis Retired Marine General James Mattis, picked by President-elect Donald Trump to take over the Department of Defense, testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee, defending NATO.

US tanks and troops in Poland a threat, Russia says Russia says it views the arrival of more than 3,000 US soldiers in Poland as a threat to its own security.

The Secret Chambers Hidden in the Cave of Patriarchs Will Astound You [PHOTOS] Thirty-five years ago, a small group of Jews set out on a difficult and dangerous mission: to prove that the Biblical account of a cave in Hebron was true.

Analysis: Hamas 'Honeypot' Operation Shows a Sophisticated Cyber-Espionage Unit Espionage requires fewer and fewer agents in order to obtain intelligence.

Pew Report: Religion Plummeted in America During Obama Era In a new study of President Obama's legacy, the Pew Research Center found that religious affiliation and practice dropped off dramatically during his two terms in the White House.

Moon-Walkers' Heavenly Perspective Following in the steps of Jesus was more exciting than walking on the moon.

Iran Shiite Militias Endangering Future of Iraq The Islamic Republic continues on its path of death and destruction.

Fists fly as Turkey moves to bolster Erdogan powers Bill to cement rule of Turkish president leads to violent clashes in parliament between opposition and government MPs.