Syria has threatened to strike Israel's Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv unless the UN Security Council ends years of IDF incursions into Syrian airspace, according to Syria's UN Ambassador Bashar al-Jaafari.
Israel - Damning evidence indicates he warrants indictment for bribery, breach of trust and fraud - civil crimes, minor ones compared to high crimes of war and humanity, for sure no charges on these offenses coming.
As Benjamin Netanyahu demands a televised showdown with his corruption accusers and Roseanne Barr prepares to address the Knesset, the poverty of public discourse has never been more apparent
An art exhibit featuring a crucified Ronald McDonald caused chaos in the Israeli city of Haifa last week, after members of the country's Arab Christian minority took offence at the depiction and protested outside the museum.
Says arming rebellion was for 'self-defense'
In this video, we give you a tour of the wall in Bethlehem which is provided by the Banksy created hotel "The Walled Off". Join us on an eye-opening journey into occupation. Witness the skunk ray in Palestine as we show you one side of the story.
They worked hard only to have their plans scuttled. But don't expect them to stop the pressure.
These are divisive times.
President Trump's stare-down with Democrat leaders Pelosi and Schumer over $5.7 billion in funding for a proposed southern border wall construction is poised to become the longest on record by January 12th.
In this video, we give you an in-depth interview with a journalist who plays by his own rules, by asking real questions to real people! We join Corey Gil-Shuster as he explains the Ask Project to us.
In this video Luke is in Tel Aviv with The Dollar Vigilante Jeff Berwick discussing the current situation with cryptocurrencies. Jeff explains for the first time in history human beings are in control of their own financial future. The Bitcoin econom
With the US Senate opening 2019 with a bill aimed at protecting Israel from boycott, similar state-level laws are facing opposition. One newspaper in Arkansas is suing the state, calling the boycott ban unconstitutional.
In 1961, Nazi executioner Adolf Eichmann was brought to trial for war crimes in Israel.