''I congratulate President Trump for his courageous decision today. He boldly confronted Iran's terrorist regime,'' Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a reaction to US President Donald Trump’s decision not to recertify the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
US President Donald Trump is expected to announce this week whether or not he will certify to the Congress that Iran is in compliance with the July 2015 nuclear deal. The deal was signed by Iran and the P5+1 (US, Russia, China, UK, France and Germany).
A legal think thank has submitted a criminal complaint to the National Court of Spain against Leila Khalded, a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), filing charges of public exaltation of terrorism and financing terrorism.
Poland’s Culture Minister has sent a letter to the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani in which he complains that an exhibition about the Holocaust in the House of European History (HEH) in Brussels features “flagrant misinformation and omissions.”
“I understand why those who support Hamas want to see the Mossad in every uncomfortable place, but Israel had no part in the referendum of the Kurdish people, apart from the deep, natural, longstanding sympathy of the people of Israel for the Kurdish people and their yearnings”.
''President Macron has announced his visit to Israel next spring. I would also like to visit next year,'' said French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe during a speech at Paris's Buffault Synagogue where he extended his best wishes to the Jewish community on the occasion of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
A plaque inaugurating the new Holocaust monument in Ottawa, Canada, didn’t mention the Jewish people and made no reference to anti-Semitism, prompting a Conservative member of the Canadian parliament to raise the issue during the assembl’s question period.