Monday, December 10, 2018


Michael Goodwin: A year after Trump's Jerusalem declaration, it's clear he means business In an age when doomsday predictions are as common as thunderstorms, it can be instructive to look back at events and compare the predictions to what actually happened.

Why Israel Confronted Hezbollah's Tunnel Threat Tensions between Israel and Hezbollah risk boiling over as Jerusalem seeks to confront Hezbollah's tunnels along the border with Lebanon.

Why Iran May Go Nuclear The Iranian nuclear saga and its repercussions are once again taking center stage.

Netanyahu: Israel is Bulwark Against Iranian Take-Over of Middle East Israel will prevent Iran from using cross-border tunnels from Lebanon as a "weapon of aggression" against it, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Fox News on Thursday.

Revealing the Hidden: Special Hanukkah Dedication of Third Temple Altar  On Monday, the last day of Hanukkah, the Sanhedrin called out to the 70 Nations to join in the consecration of the altar for the Third Temple.

Theresa May calls off MPs' vote on her Brexit deal Theresa May says she has called off Tuesday's crucial vote on her Brexit deal because it "would be rejected by a significant margin".

Russia gives Iranian/Hizballah forces in E. Syria first S-300 missile shield The Russian military in Syria transferred an S-300 air defense missile battalion from Masyaf in West Syria to Deir ez-Zour in the east 10 days ago during the G20 summit in Buenos Aires.

Lebanon's Strategic Symbiosis A new strategic symbiosis has evolved over the past decade between Hezbollah and the Lebanese state, enabling the Islamist group to pursue its massive military buildup with impunity.

Right Wing Politicians Push for Bill to Legalize Outposts After Terror Attack Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked asked Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to fast track the authorization of Ofra homes.

100 Christians snatched in overnight raids on underground Chinese church About 100 worshippers at an unofficial church in southwestern China were snatched from their homes or from the streets in coordinated raids which began on Sunday evening.

Nine in Ten European Jews Feel Mounting Antisemitism, Study Finds Nearly a third of Jews in 12 EU countries surveyed have experienced antisemitic harassment, 76% of respondents said they had heard comments that Jews have too much power in their country.