News and Analysis (1/7/19)

Federal courts have already ruled similar bills “to be unconstitutional violations of the First Amendment speech rights of American citizens”:

“482 politically motivated crimes by Jews reported in the West Bank last year, including assault and property damage”:

On top isolation, inadequate medical treatment, and small vermin infested food rations, Israel proposes to put rival factions together which “may cause fights to break out … in light of the current political climate“:

Ahmadinijad quoted Khomeini “that Israel would disappear from the pages of history.” Iran is still explaining that he “did not say that he would destroy it. Israel’s policy and conduct will lead to its being destroyed by itself”:

“This is our country, and we have to take care of it, even if politicians are unwilling to” — Faizan Tariq, whose family moved to Alexandria from Pakistan when he was three:

“[F]ar from homogeneous … [g]roups range from the vigilante-like Islamic Defenders Front … and the radical Hizbut Tahrir … to the more moderate Prosperous Justice Party, which has members in parliament”:

U.S. ambassador to Israel David Friedman openly attributes the delay “in part to upcoming Israeli elections”:

The “city settled with Raheem Hassan for $224,000 but did not admit to wrongdoing”:

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