Israeli President Reuven Rivlin told German Chancellor Angela Merkel of the dangerous consequences of Hezbollah’s activities backed by Iran in Lebanon and said that that the weapons infrastructure that the Shiite group was building may require the State of Israel to respond.
The center will bear the name of Sir Naim Dangoor, an Iraqi born British businessman and philanthropist who supported projects in the fields of medicine and education in Britain and other countries around the world, including Israel.
Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin will inaugurate Wednesday in Munich a memorial in memory of the 11 Israeli athletes and trainers murdered by Palestinian Black September terrorists during the 1972 Olympics.
‘There are young Palestinian men that come to us, that were brought up with deeply rooted anti-Semitism,'' says Martin Schulz, Social Democratic Party candidate for German Chancellor, in debate with Angela Merkel
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin asked Macedonia to use whatever influence it has in Europe in an attempt to stop demands for boycotts of Israel. ‘’Israel can understand criticism he said but not boycotts, especially in matters pertaining to Jerusalem,’’ he said during a meeting with visiting Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.
Mexico's former former ambassador to UNESCO, Andres Roemer, will be honored by United Nations Watch, the Geneva-based non-governmental human rights group, for refusing to vote an anti-Israeli resolution.