The following are excerpts from US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley’s remarks Tuesday at the Security Council. When I first came to the United Nations two years ago, I was taken aback a bit by this monthly meeting. The fact that the UN would consider the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was not striking. It is,...
Yair Netanyahu, the eldest son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, was suspended from Facebook on Sunday for 24 hours after writing a series of anti-Muslim and anti-Palestinian posts. The first post deleted by the social media giant came earlier this month, reading in Hebrew: “There will not be peace here until: 1. All the...
Outgoing U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that a U.S. plan to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians brings "brings new elements to the discussion, taking advantage of the new world of technology that we live in."
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is often framed in black and white, an outlook captured by this image of Palestinian youths shrouded by clouds of smoke that block out everything except an isolated moment of protest and defiance.
The son of the Israeli prime minister was temporarily blocked from Facebook after he criticized the social media platform for removing an earlier post in which he called for “avenging the deaths” of two Israeli soldiers killed by Palestinian gunmen.
The United Nations and the Palestinian Authority appealed on Monday for $350 million in aid for Palestinians next year, saying much more was needed but they had to be realistic after a year of funding cuts.
The United Nations and the Palestinian Authority on Monday appealed for $350 million in humanitarian relief for Palestinians next year, saying that they needed more but had to be realistic in the face of "record-low" funding.
The foreign minister of U.S. ally Bahrain has defended Australia's formal recognition of West Jerusalem as Israel's capital, saying the move would not affect a future Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital.
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