Tag Archives: france

AntiSemitism – From Gaza, Germany To France, Durham

Israel has one of the most diverse, inclusive police forces in the world. An Open Letter To Durham, NC Mayor Steve Schewel:                    April 25, 2018 Dear Mayor Schewel, I just finished watching the Durham City Council meeting of April 16, 2018 which implemented a ban on working… Read More »

Over 200 French Jews Make Aliya To Israel 

Chairman of The Jewish Agency Natan Sharansky greets new Israeli citizens.  By Israel News Agency Staff Tel Aviv, Israel — July 22, 2016 … More than 200 French Jews arrived in Israel today (Wednesday, July 20) aboard a special Aliyah (immigration) flight organized by The Jewish Agency for Israel in partnership with the Ministry of… Read More »

Israel Condemns Attack In Nice – Asks Why France Meets With Hezbollah

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — July 15, 2016 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today, issued the following statement regarding last night’s Islamic terror attack in Nice, France. “Israel condemns in the strongest terms last night’s horrific attack in Nice. We are again reminded that terrorism can strike anywhere and must… Read More »

Forget France, Jordan, UNESCO – Israel Joins Egypt To Create Regional Peace

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — May 17, 2016 … The following was communicated by the Prime Minister’s Office to the Israel News Agency. Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today commented as follows on Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s remarks: “I welcome Egyptian President El-Sisi’s remarks and his willingness to make every effort… Read More »

Israel Should Not Share INTEL With France Until Sanctions End

Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — November 14, 2015 … If France and the rest of the EU want life saving Israeli intelligence and security information, they need to end their formal discrimination against Israel. The European Commission – the EU’s executive arm – decided on Wednesday that products from Judea and Samaria… Read More »

Israel To Assist France With Intelligence

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — November 14, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, this evening issued the following statement regarding the Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris: “On behalf of the people and Government of Israel, I extend our deepest sympathies to the people of France and to the families of… Read More »

Israel Condemns Islamic Terror Attacks In France, Tunisia, Kuwait – US On July 4th Alert

By Herb Brandon Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — June 26, 2015 … Islamic terrorists have attacked France, Tunisia and Kuwait, murdering over 50 people. At least one person was murdered and several were injured in an attack on a gas factory in Grenoble, France in what French President Francois Hollande said was a “pure terrorist… Read More »

France, Germany Leave Talks As Iran Threatens US, Israel

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — April 1, 2015 … The deadline for achieving a framework agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program has come and gone. France and Germany have left the negotiations stating “things had not advanced enough for an immediate deal.” As Obama continues to beg for any kind of agreement… Read More »

Israel, US Allies Feel Obama Is Abandoning Them for Iran

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — March 31, 2015 … Part of the following was communicated by the Prime Minister’s Office to the Israel News Agency. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today addressed the opening of the 20th Knesset. “The greatest threat to our security and to our future was and remains Iran’s effort to arm… Read More »

Netanyahu To Complete Torah Scroll in Memory of Paris Terror Victims

By Joel Leyden Israel News Agency Jerusalem, Israel — February 6, 2015 … Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu participated in a ceremony in which the last letters were written in a Torah scroll in memory of those who were murdered in last month’s terror attack at the Hyper Casher market in Paris. This was the first of… Read More »