President Obama's administration recently submitted a report to the United Nations on human rights in America. The 29-page report shows the nation badly flawed but fortunate to have a Nobel Prize winner as its leader.
Month: August 2010
While Muslim parents pack public meetings with pronouncements that 'Islam is a religion of peace,' their sons and daughters are being taught something else
Police lifted a gag order Tuesday and revealed they have arrested two Jerusalem Arab teens for allegedly murdering an elderly American tourist in Jerusalem two weeks ago
The real estate developer behind New York City's impending Ground Zero Mosque allegedly is delinquent on paying the property taxes for the site.
Defense Minister Ehud Barak flew to Jordan twice this weekâ€”once to talk with King Abdullah and then return home to update Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, and a second time for secret talks with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
One of the most common arguments of the supporters of the Ground Zero mosque includes religious freedom as guaranteed by the First Amendment.
A popular fast-food brand said Tuesday it would extend the number of halal only restaurants in its chain in France, after a controversial pilot project in February proved a success.
Iran will still need two more weeks to fully load the fuel in its Russian-built first nuclear power plant, a process which began 10 days ago, atomic chief Ali Akbar Salehi has said.
Two suspected terrorists have been arrested in Amsterdam by Dutch police at the request of the United States government after their arrival from Chicago on a United Airlines flight.
As negotiating teams from Israel and the Palestinian Authority prepare to head to Washington for the first direct talks in more than two years, PA officials are quietly working hard to sabotage the effort.