One moment, you’re having a conversation with a 22-year-old woman. The next moment, she pulls a large knife from her purse and tries to kill you. That’s the situation in a nutshell in Israel. Meanwhile, mainstream media and world governments continue to call for a two-state solution that is completely
This question could be easily reworded as, “Should Facebook take down posts calling for any acts of violence?” The only reason it’s focused on the violence in Israel is because the largest use of social media to promote hatred is directed at the Jewish state and its people.
Under normal circumstances, an endorsement by a powerful politician is exactly what a Speaker of the House candidate would want. In Paul Ryan’s case, the endorsement he just received from Democractic Senator Harry Reid could be the kiss of death. Chances are, Reid knows this very well.
On Tuesday Deputy Chief of General Staff for Russia will meet with Israel’s Chief of Staff, Major General Yair Golan, in Tel Aviv over regional coordination issues regarding Russia’s military activity in Syria.
The youngest jihadist in Great Britain will serve a minimum of 5 years in a correction facility for plotting a terrorist attack in Australia and for threatening to kill his school teacher. The bizarre case drew international attention because of the heinous nature of threats and plots coming from someone
The attempts by the United States and China to forge the first ever cyberwarfare treaty is two things, neither of which are what they are telling the general public. On the surface and for the news, this is a great first step towards safety and security online and a representation
A Kentucky County Clerk, Kim Davis, was given a court order requiring her to issue gay marriage licenses even though she claims it goes against her religious beliefs. Davis stopped issuing any licenses a month after the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriages, defying orders from the governor. Although Davis
A disturbing announcement was made by the IAEA where it states that money given to the agency to monitor Iran is running out. The funds for the Joint Plan of Action, which is a pact signed by Iran and the P5+1 that began in January 2014, will be exhausted by
This pup may have some bite. With Syriza’s leader Alexis Tsipras stepping down after a failed half-year in office and the party in shambles, those opposed to the bailout deal that Tsipras was supposed to fight have formed their own part: the Popular Unity Party. The new far-left party will
Privacy has been a touchy subject for the last couple of years. Between Edward Snowden’s revelations, challenges with large tech companies like Google, and social media spilling information to companies left and right, parts of the general public and privacy rights advocates have been very aggressive with their attacks on