Top Republican Party donor Sheldon Adelson met presidential candidate Donald Trump earlier this week. The two American billionaires may be aligning on the issue at the heart of Adelson's political agenda: support for Israel.
Donald Trump showed his strong support of Israel at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s Presidential Candidates’ Forum on December 3 in Washington.
It is clear that the goal of even Israeli Arabs is to toss the Jews out of Israel. To go where? Donald Trump will support Israel like no other candidate.
By Steven Plaut In the aftermath of the series of protests in Paris against occupation by activists and militants, who have grievances, we bring you the French plan for peace, based on France's Mideast policies. It is the only way to solve the problem of ISIS activism in Paris. First, we all agree that territory
Donald Trump says "Walls work. Ask Israel." This is the result of the border fence Israel built in 2013 to prevent infiltration from the Egypt.
We are experiencing a frightening resurgence of antisemitism and anti-Israel hatred. More than 100 years after the infamous Dreyfus Affair, and 70 years after World War II, I am horrified now at the world’s upside-down morality.
Donald Trump was inspired to volunteer his support for Israel at a campaign speech in Reno, NV. "Nothing, nothing bad is going to happen to Israel."
"Democratic Senator #Chris Coons admitted that by supporting the [Iran] deal, he was betraying his supporters and friends." #Israel is no longer a bipartisan issue for the most part. While there are still some Democrats that may support Israel in dealing with its mortal threat from outside and within, Zionists cannot depend on the majority
The #Donald Trump doctrine described in a foreign policy interview with The Guardian October 13, 2015 — Trump said of the stalled peace process between Israel and the Palestinians: “If we had the right leader in this country, possibly something could happen but obviously that is not an easy one.” He remained optimistic when confronted
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump stated he would revoke passports from people who go overseas to fight for ISIS and “You’re going to have to certainly look at” closing mosques “if the mosque is, you know, loaded for bear.”