Farrakhan has a long record of making inflammatory and antisemitic statements.
When once asked whether he was a Zionist, the Rebbe reportedly answered, "If Israel is a state of Jews, then I am not a Zionist, but if it is a Jewish state, then I am a Zionist."
Last month, the World Zionist Organization launched a worldwide photo competition asking people to send photos from their quarantine exemplifying their connection to Israel.
An Independence Day survey by the Israel Democracy Institute indicated that 77% of Arab citizens feel that they are part of the state, and 93.5% of ultra-Orthodox Jews also feel this way.
Israel-bashing has become an international pastime – and a popular identity.
The order to stay away from the cemeteries on Remembrance Day was based on concern for the public's health, not malice.
The names means "glory."
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
In San Remo, the League of Nations decided to turn much of the former Ottoman Empire into new nation-states: Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan all emerged from this process, along with Israel.