Monday, August 20, 2018


Bolton: blocking nukes from Iran of 'highest importance' In a second meeting in less than 24 hours, US National Security Advisor John Bolton slams 'wretched' Iran nuclear deal, says US working with our 'friends in Europe to convince them to take stronger steps against the Iranian nuclear and ballistic missile program.'

The US and Iran will negotiate again before long - and Putin will play a starring role Even in its afterlife, the Iran nuclear deal continues to polarize.

Will Supreme Court petition end discrimination on Temple Mount? Civil rights group demands end to restrictions aimed at Jewish visitors to Temple Mount. Court gives state 60 days to respond.

The Rise of Chinese Eurasianism Chinese Eurasianism, which - if the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is successful - will give Beijing new foreign policy tools to use against Washington, could prove more threatening to the US in the long run than the USSR was during the Cold War.

Iran: EU must speed up efforts to save nuclear deal Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Kasami says world powers must increase effort if they seek to uphold accords.

On This Day: 25 years ago today, the Oslo Accords were completed The unprecedented agreement was later signed in an official ceremony by prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and PLO chairman Yasser Arafat on September 13 of that year.

Scoop: Trump said one-state solution would lead to Israeli PM named Mohammed President Trump told King Abdullah of Jordan that a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict might lead in a few years to someone named Mohammed becoming prime minister of Israel, according to several sources briefed on the meeting.

'Restore the Temple Mount to its Biblical Intent and Usher in Redemption' In the Bible, the Temple Mount is considered a place of prayer for all nations and is commonly understood to be a holy place for Jews, Christians and Muslims alike.

Tourism skyrockets as Turkey's financial crisis worsens The Turkish lira has collapsed - this, in turn, has caused serious problems for Turkish importation capabilities.

In the Hebrew Year 5778, Israel Celebrated Its 70th Anniversary. What Will 5779 Bring? The first commandment given to the Jewish people was to sanctify time by establishing a calendar.