Can Judaism get along with the Righteous of the Nations?

What we can do to act as bridge builders to bring Jews and the righteous of the nations together in ...
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Russia shoots down UAV in Syria

Russia says it shot down unmanned aircraft of unknown origin near the Khmeimim airbase in Syria.

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ANALYSIS: Saudis attack Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

Al Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula is on the rise and has over 4,000 fighters despite a massive US-led crackdown.

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Bank reformer opposes Mizrahi’s acquisition of smaller rival

Dror Strom comes out against merger just days before antitrust decision ...
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Israeli crime boss arrested in murder of state witness’ ex-wife

Gang leader Yaniv Zagori has already been charged in the murder of the former state witness ...
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How easy it is to follow orders, how hard to refuse

It's inconceivable that conscientious objectors have to explain themselves while those who shot and killed 60 Palestinian demonstrators don't ...
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Senator Corker turns down Trump's offer to be ambassador to Australia

Senator Corker turns down Trump's offer to be ambassador to AustraliaBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump offered Senator Bob Corker the chance to be the U.S. ambassador to Australia, but the Republican lawmaker, currently chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said on Monday he turned the position down. “At the end of the day, I just felt like it wasn’t the right fit and I still had work to do in the Senate,” Corker told Reuters in a telephone interview. The United States has not had an ambassador to Australia, a key U.S. ally in the Pacific, since September 2016.


China's H-6K: The 'Old' Bomber That Could 'Sink' the U.S. Navy

China's H-6K: The 'Old' Bomber That Could 'Sink' the U.S. NavyIn recent days, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has stepped up its activities in the South China Sea. For the first time ever, the PLAAF has landed Xian H-6K bombers on Woody Island in the disputed Paracel archipelago. The Pentagon decried the Chinese move as a part of “China’s continued militarisation of disputed features in the South China Sea,” U.S. Pacific Command spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Logan said.