A New York City school’s decision to hold a moment of silence for Palestinian victims of last week's violence at the Israel-Gaza border has enraged some parents.
Alan Dershowitz slammed the mainstream media for its "biased" coverage of the deadly clashes between Israelis and Palestinians at the Israel-Gaza border.
Fox News media analyst Howard Kurtz criticized the New York Daily News for its cover that dubbed Ivanka Trump "Daddy's Little Ghoul" and juxtaposed her happiness against the deaths of Palestinians.
Ben Shapiro criticized liberal media outlets for an imbalance in covering Monday's deadly clash between Israel and Palestinians at the Israel-Gaza border.
Filmmaker Ami Horowitz went to Portland State University and asked people on campus if they would help raise money for Hamas.
Israelis are reeling following a wave of terror attacks left three people dead and more than 20 injured.
Many moderate Muslims were invited to this week's White House summit on violent extremism. But one particular invitee raised some eyebrows, as critics pointed out that he had once suggested Israel should be on the "suspect list" for the 9/11 attacks.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu went “On The Record” to warn of militant Islam and nuclear weapons.
"Well, I'm just back from a week in Israel, where our friend and ally is recovering from horrific terrorist attacks from Hamas, launched from the Gaza Strip over nearly two months," Mike Huckabee said last night in his opening remarks.
Fighting resumed between Israel and Hamas hours before the end of a cease-fire, but another cease-fire may be on the way.
Officials say Israel has accepted a new 72-hour Gaza cease-fire proposal with Palestinians, clearing the way for new talks, The Associated Press reports.
Dan Senor, author of “Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel's Economic Miracle” and former spokesman for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, was on “Sunday Morning Futures” this morning.