In a rare television interview from 1988, the conservative talk radio host discusses getting into hot water with Jewish groups for using the term “Jewish lobby” when he first moved to New York. “You can say Jewish lobby anywhere but New York and no one will notice.”
At least, for once, there’s no bra in a bra ad.
Paul is being represented on his Israel trip by an unlikely conservative firm.
How it’s playing in Jerusalem.
The president shatters four years of fragile consensus and opens a real foreign policy debate.
The Kentucky libertarian has held a quiet round of meetings with Dan Senor and other policy hands in the run-up of his appointment to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Foreign aid cuts “wouldn’t start with Israel,” he now says.
“Chuck Hagel is being misrepresented as anti-Israel and ‘soft’ on Iran, Hamas, and Hezbollah.”
The Task Force on Palestine struggles. “People are losing faith,” al-Omari says.
A post on the Israeli Embassy in Ireland’s Facebook page floats a “thought for Christmas.”
He and the president have frequent phone chats, Oren says.
U.S “opposes” unilateral settlement construction, Carney said.
Pictured on the signs: the Iranian Fajr 5 rockets Palestinian militants apparently used to target Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
An Election Night poll by The Israel Project shows a bump in support for Israel in the midst of the Arab Spring. Conducted before the recent conflict.
Israeli accounts challenged the Times columnist’s criticism of Israel for strikes that killed two men he described as journalists.
Criticizes the West Bank leader Mahmoud Abbas for going to the United Nations to declare statehood instead of negotiating with Israel. The video also incorrectly identifies the UN Secretary General.
A police spokesman says Israeli officials “strongly believe that this was a terror attack.” The explosion comes one week after Israel launched its airstrike offensive on Hamas in Gaza.
As talks of a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants are reportedly underway.
With the world’s eyes on Gaza, Netanyahu’s American gambits bear no apparent cost. Was the right wrong?
Remarkable footage of the moment an Israeli shell hits.
101 Palestinians have been killed since Israel launched its airstrike offensive Wednesday. Palestinian rockets killed three Israelis on Thursday.
Here’s a supercut of the most indecipherable moments from last week’s Gaza debate on HuffPost Live!
America’s favorite cable-news hero handles the terrifying incident like a total pro, naturally.
“We are fully supportive of Israel’s right to defend itself,” the president says in Thailand.
“You call this violent language?” The IDF’s social media spokesperson sees online posts as just another way to spread the same message, “without the touch of an editor.”
As the Gaza crisis explodes, take a look back at this spot by Israel’s largest cellular provider that used the West Bank wall as a lighthearted centerpiece.
Presidents, intelligence officials, and armies: They’re just like us! At least when it comes to technology.
As drama unfolds between Israel and Hamas — both in real life and over their Twitter accounts — young soldiers Instagram photos of themselves at ease.
The campaign Twitter account for the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, tweeted, then quickly deleted a statement thanking President Obama for his support. “Wouldn’t give it any significance,” a spokesman responds.
One day after launching its airstrike, the Israel Defense Forces urged Gaza civilians to stay away from Hamas operatives and facilities.
Whether this week represents a lasting escalation of tensions in Gaza remains to be seen. But at least one side will leave this week with a much bigger platform.