Abbas in Berlin: Israel Committed 50 Holocausts

The mention of the word “Holocausts” drew a grimace from Scholz but no denunciation.

‘Look Forward,’ says Lone Soldier on 20th-Anniversary ‘Aliyah’ Flight to Israel

The group of new immigrants included 31 families, 99 children, seven retirees and 40 soldiers who will serve in the Israel Defense Forces.

New Mexico Issues Executive Order Targeting Unlawful Antisemitic Conduct

New Mexico is the first state to integrate IHRA into law via executive order, and the sixth state overall to incorporate IHRA into law.

Bibi to Tell Us His Story in Upcoming Autobiography

Guaranteed to be a best-seller, former (and future?) Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced his new autobiography is coming out.

New Ultra-Orthodox Settlement in Gush Etzion

The community built 15 buildings including a shul and a yeshiva.

From Turkey, Hamas Gives Fresh Push to Terrorism Infrastructure in Jerusalem

Hamas’ headquarters in Turkey is engaged in working to establish terrorist infrastructure in eastern Jerusalem.

CUNY Kingsborough ‘Diversity Officer’ Search Committee Omits Jews, Includes BDS Supporter

Already embroiled in controversy for accusations of anti-Semitism, the Brooklyn college had included a vocal supporter of BDS in its search committee for an assistant dean for diversity, equity and inclusion.

Tzfat Man Resuscitated After Collapsing in Front of his Wife

“I’ve done three successful CPRs with this defibrillator. That's a lot for one of these machines."

530 Divination Bones Discovered in Ancient Maresha

The astragali—knuckle bones of goats, sheep, and cattle—were used as dice for gaming and ritual divination.

Skverer Rebbe Unscathed in Deadly Car Accident Coming Home from Satmar Wedding

The Skverer Rebbe escaped unharmed, despite serious damage to his vehicle.

Report: LA on Course to Becoming Hate Capital of America

In 2021, Los Angeles recorded 596 hate crimes, which was the highest number ever, and this year, the city is on its way to top even that figure.

ShanghaiRanking: Hebrew University 77th Worldwide, 1st in Israel

This year, more than 2500 institutions were scrutinized, and the best 1000 universities in the world were published.

Iran Close to Reviving Nuclear Deal, Israel Fears US Double Dealing

Israel is concerned that the minute the Americans drop their objections to Iran’s additional demands, both countries would sign the deal immediately.

IDF Soldier Killed by Friendly Fire near Tulkarem

A preliminary investigation revealed that a fighter shot his friend who was standing with him in a post.

Ben Gvir Announces Solo Run in Upcoming Elections

Smotrich responds: "We have another month until the closing of the lists: come back to the negotiating table."

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla Diagnosed with COVID-19

Bourla, who said he has received four doses of his company's coronavirus vaccine, said he's "feeling well while experiencing very mild symptoms."

Israel’s Apartment Prices – Highest Jump in a Decade

Significant price increases were reported for fresh fruit, transportation and housing.
Henry Kissinger in Jerusalem.

Kissinger Warns US May be on ‘Edge of War’ with Russia, China

Warning that Russia and China cannot be turned against each other, Kissinger said, "All you can do is not to accelerate the tensions and to create options."

Israel Police Report Reveals Arab Drivers Responsible for 52% of Fatal Accidents

On intercity roads, Arabs are responsible for 80% of the fatal accidents they were involved in.

Israeli Radiation Vest Mounted on Manikin for Upcoming Artemis I Moon Mission

If the experiment succeeds, chances are high that astronauts will be wearing AstroRad vests during the space mission planned for the next decade.

Shin Bet Thwarts Arab Israelis Aiming to Join Islamic State

This investigation is added to other recent probes in which the Shin Bet thwarted activity on behalf of Islamic State operatives in Israel.

MK Eli Avidar Resigns Knesset Seat

Avidar urged his colleagues to unite behind Yesh Atid Prime Minister Yair Lapid, rather than join the new "National Camp" party with Gantz, Sa'ar and Eisenkot.

2-Year Anniversary of Abraham Accords Sees Strong Economic, Security Ties

In addition to economic and security ties, tourism between Israel, the UAE, Bahrain and Morocco is skyrocketing.

IDF Neutralizes Hamas Terror Tunnel

It was revealed for publication that the IDF discovered a Hamas terror tunnel in northern Gaza, during Operation Breaking Shield.

Eastern Jerusalem Resident Dies After Attacking Police

Officers were searching Muhammad Shaham’s home for weapons when he drew a knife and attacked, according to police.

Report: Trump Approved Israeli Sovereignty, Netanyahu Agreed to Palestinian State, Construction Freeze

"Gantz. . . asked the president not to let Bibi declare sovereignty before the March 2 election. The president nodded in agreement.”

Terrorist Killed, 19 Arrested in Mista’arvim Raid in Eastern Jerusalem

The terrorist received medical treatment on the spot by the unit's paramedic, was then evacuated to a military hospital, and later pronounced dead.

3 Dead, 3 Wounded in Alleged Israeli Air Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria

A Syrian army air base and Hezbollah positions were among the targets hit.


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