Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi described UNESCO’s anti-Jewish resolution condemning Israel’s actions in Jerusalem as ‘incomprehensible & unacceptable.’
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi for his opposition to a UNESCO resolution condemning Israel’s actions in east Jerusalem.
Israel’s PM Netanyahu (Amos Ben Gershon:GPO) and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (Alessandro Di Meo:EPA)
Netanyahu over the weekend spoke by telephone with his Italian counterpart after having sent him a letter following Italy’s UNESCO vote and thanked him for his remarks to the effect that Italy’s vote on the Jewish People’s link to Jerusalem was a mistake that would not recur. Continue Reading »
Italy announced on Friday that it would vote against such texts in the future, with the Italian PM Matteo Renzi adding during a visit to Brussels, These resolutions are “incomprehensible, unacceptable and wrong.”
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
In a sign that European countries may be increasing their support for Israel’s battle against UNESCO’s Jerusalem resolutions, Italy announced on Friday that it would vote against such texts in the future.
These resolutions are “incomprehensible, unacceptable and wrong,” Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi told an Italian Radio station during a visit to Brussels. Earlier this week he was in Washington, where he was honored with a state dinner at the White House. Continue Reading »
After dismissal of Mexico’s Jewish envoy to UNESCO, protests, and issues with the contentious resolution of referring to the Kotel (Western Wall) & Har HaBayit (Temple Mount) by their Islamic name only, the issue will be reopened thanks to Mexico’s change of position.
By Moran Azulay
The UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will hold a new vote on a draft resolution that failed to acknowledge a Jewish connection to the Temple Mount because of a request by Mexico that is set to reopen discussions on it.
Old city of Jerusalem – Photo: IsraelandStuff/PP
According to the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, which voted in favor of the contentious resolution, his country has taken issue with a section of the resolution which refers to Jerusalem’s holy sites only by their Islamic names. Continue Reading »
With decreasing Iranian funding, the Shiite terror group partners up with the Mexican drug cartels.
From the millions of dollars in drug revenues, they support their weapon acquisition habit.
By Eldad Beck
MEXICO – Chiapas is one of Mexico’s most exotic federal districts. But the magical forests, appealing Indian communities, colorful towns and intriguing archeological sites – that serve as main tourist attractions – hide a political hell.
Hezbollah Chief Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah – Photo: AFP
The Islamic terror groups are eager to make money, so they can fund their nefarious aspirations.
In the mid-1990s, a leftist resistance group which calls itself The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) made Chiapas its home. Continue Reading »
News Report: A U.S. lawmaker is warning that the federal gov’t is ignoring a growing Hizbullah presence in Mexico.
Rep. Sue Myrick (R-N.C.) is warning that the federal government is ignoring a growing Hizbullah presence in Mexico, with the Lebanese terror group increasingly joining forces with drug cartels, Fox News reported.
Body of Zetas drug cartel founder Heriberto Lazcano at the site of his death in Sabinas – Reuters
There are reportedly hundreds of thousands of Middle Easterners living in Mexico, many of whom may be radicals using routes established by drug networks to sneak into the United States. Continue Reading »
The U.S. has selected an Israeli company for the placement of a radar system to detect infiltrators at the border with Mexico.
The United States has selected an Israeli company for the placement of a radar system to detect infiltrators at the border with Mexico.
Mexican Soldiers inspect the entrance of a cross border tunnel running to California and seized contraband and infiltrators. – Reuters
Elta, a subsidiary of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), won the tender with its systems that can identify individuals from distances between 300 meters and 20 kilometers (approximately 13 miles), and vehicles from twice that distance. Continue Reading »