Wednesday, July 24, 2019


New UK Prime Minister Descended From Rabbi, "Feels Jewish" Boris Johnson, the newly-elected Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, isn't Jewish.

Near the top of Boris Johnson's in-box: Iran tanker standoff Boris Johnson's premiership will no doubt end up being judged by Brexit, but that won't come to a head just yet.

EU lawmakers see higher risk of no-deal Brexit with PM Johnson The European Union lawmakers dealing with Brexit said on Wednesday there was an increased risk of a disorderly British exit from the bloc after Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.

PA warns: "The most dangerous season of Judaization" has begun Three days ago, on the Jewish fast day 17th of Tammuz, which sets off a three-week-period of mourning for the destruction of Jerusalem and the two Temples, the Palestinian Authority warned that "the most dangerous season of Judaization" has begun.

'US support for Israel is stronger than ever' Min. Gilad Erdan praises anti-BDS resolution, says denouncing BDS proves US support for Israel 'stronger than ever.'

If Erdogan Isn't Dead from a Heart Attack, Where has he been?: "Resting" Following widespread rumors of Turkish president Rediep Tayyip Erdogan dying circulated social media, many are convinced that the Turkish premier is dead.

No "ultimate deal" is currently possible for Mideast peace, says Dennis Ross The Trump administration's plan to resolve the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict - which in 2016 then-candidate Trump called the "ultimate deal" - lies out of reach until political circumstances on each side are better primed for a big agreement, according to former Middle East peace envoy and top negotiator Ambassador Dennis Ross.

Caroline Glick: Israeli Election Still a Wild Card Benjamin Netanyahu became Israel's longest-serving prime minister on Friday, and he is favored to win the next elections in September.

The safest and most dangerous countries in the Middle East Tensions in the Middle East are ever-present, amid failed efforts to end the Syrian civil war and the spiralling tanker crisis in the Gulf.

Why Was a Saudi Attacked by Palestinians? The main reason the Saudi blogger was assaulted and humiliated during his visit to the Al-Aqsa Mosque was incitement.