30 years ago, it stood poised to go down the same path.
The anti-capitalist Syriza party, which emerged victorious from Greece’s recent elections, has strong pro-Palestinian and anti-Zionist leanings, which do not bode well for Greek-Israeli relations.. . .
One of the major differences between now and the 1930s, writes Ben Cohen, is that today most European governments are neither anti-Semitic nor unsympathetic to. . .
Were Israel to route the pipeline for its gas exports through Islamist Turkey, it would be making a major strategic mistake.
In once vibrant communities in Italy and Greece, only a few dozen Jews remain. But the connection is strong to the Jewish people and the Jewish state.