When the Arabs living in Palestine rejected the UN partition plan and attacked the nascent Israeli state with evil intent, they became fully responsible for all the consequences.


40


Jpost

Latest News

Los Angeles Times: River cruises on the Danube reached a low point this summer, but things may be looking up

USA Today: NHL players survey: Moderate to strong concerns about concussions

USA Today: Delay: New Orleans' new airport terminal won't open by Mardi Gras

USA Today: SiriusXM to acquire Pandora streaming radio service for $3.5 billion

Daily Mail: Bradley John found in school toilets after sister hears ringtone behind cubicle door

Daily Mail: Malaysian bank CIMB says chairman Nazir Razak to step...

Daily Mail: US STOCKS-Futures dip as trade worries resurface

Daily Mail: Mining tech firm Outotec to pull out of Iran -spokeswoman

Daily Mail: Sergio Ramos jets to London with his wife Pilar Rubio for FIFA The Best awards

Daily Mail: Mel B reveals her 'traumatic' marriage to Stephen Belafonte caused her to suffer PTSD

Daily Mail: Keeley Hawes PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Actress looks in high spirits as she films The Durrells in Corfu

CNBC: Most auto part retailers will be impacted by trade tariffs

CNBC: E.ON and Equinor's $1.41 billion offshore wind farm sends first electricity to grid

CTV News: Pedestrian killed in north-east London

CTV News: Fire tears through historic downtown building

CTV News: Tornado aftermath: As power returns, Ottawa-area focus shifts to cleanup

WashingtonPost: Thai military gov’t head interested in staying in politics

WashingtonPost: 400-year-old shipwreck found off Portugal coast

WashingtonPost: The Jewish deli is having a moment in places where you’d least expect it

WashingtonPost: Sales are booming at Manhattan typewriter store, mostly thanks to young people (and Tom Hanks)

WashingtonPost: How to ensure your vacation rental home stays booked through the fall

WashingtonPost: Hospital ER reports 160 percent spike in visits involving e-scooters

NewYorkTimes: Telltale, Acclaimed Maker of Story-Based Video Games, Lays Off Most of Its Staff