If You Eat Tnuva Fish, You Need to Read This

Customers are invited to contact the consumer hotline at 1-800-300-220 for credit vouchers.

Do You Love Coffee? Think ‘Dubai’

A Dubai Chamber of Commerce study showed UAE retail coffee sales reached more than $980 million from 2015 to 2020. Dubai is home to 615 coffee trading companies.

Former President Bill Clinton to Receive Honorary Doctorate From Haifa University

Clinton will be awarded the Haifa U doctorate at New York University.

Nike Drops Kryie Irving Following Antisemitism Scandal

The decision comes one month after the sporting apparel giant suspended its agreement with the NBA player and announced the latest version of his sneakers, the Kyrie 8, would not be released.

Newark Airport’s New Terminal A Won’t Open Till January

The planned opening of the new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport is being rescheduled due to delays in final certifications.

Lockheed Martin, Rafael to Collaborate on Laser Defense

The work will be done within the framework of Israel’s Iron Beam project.

UTJ Head Gafni: ‘Whoever has a Problem with the People’s Elected Government – Go...

Gafni has little patience for those who are implying that the religious parties planning on usurping Israeli democracy.

Global Index: Tel Aviv Drops from First to Third Most Expensive City, New York...

New York City and Singapore shared the top spot, with Hong Kong and Los Angeles tying for fourth place in the 2022 Worldwide Cost of Living Index.

4 Jewish Children and Mom Struck by Midwood Hit-and-Run Driver

The public is asked to pray for the speedy and complete recovery of Anette Naomi bas Esther and Bracha Esther bas Anette Naomi, two of the five victims.

UNRWA ‘Strongly Protested’ Tunnel Discovered Under Gaza School

“A man-made cavity underneath the grounds of an UNRWA school in Gaza” was discovered.

Since China’s Crackdown on Tech, Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Lives in Tokyo, Visits Israel

Ma has virtually vanished from public view since he publicly chastised Chinese regulators two years ago.

Iran Condemns Four to Death for Cooperating with the ‘Zionist Regime’

Iranian police together with the Basij security forces have killed more than 400 Iranians and arrested thousands of others, according to rights groups.

Netanyahu Denounces Trump’s Meeting with Kanye West, Nick Fuentes

The decision to dine with Ye was “wrong and misplaced,” Israel's prime minister-designate says.

Bedouin Theft at Tze’elim Army Base in Southern Israel

Among the items that were stolen were sleeping bags, tactical equipment and approximately 25 liters (6.6 gallons) of fuel.

Terrorist Killed Near Ramallah, Wanted Suspect Captured in Jenin

Forces arrested a former security prisoner in a daytime operation in Jenin.

NYPD Capture Man with ‘Machete’ Looking for a Synagogue

The man approached a number of yeshiva students asking them where the nearest synagogue is.

Former Intelligence Official: Pay Close Attention to Growing Popularity of Lion’s Den Terror Group

Former intel officer Avi Melamed says the refusal of the Lion's Den terror group to align with other existing organizations is an early indicator of the possible emergence of new political groups.

Israeli-Arab Sentenced to 10 Years for Trying to Lynch a Jew in Acco

The trials of five other defendants in the lynch are ongoing.

Herzog Meets Latvian Counterpart, Hails Three Decades of Bilateral Ties

“Israel places great importance on continuing to enhance and deepen our bilateral relations with Latvia as well as all three Baltic states,” says the Israeli president.

Another Day, Another Sinkhole in Tel Aviv

Drivers were advised to take alternate routes and "obey the instructions of police on site."

Israel Railways Reports Systemwide Malfunction

At present, "the estimates are that this is not a cyber attack."

Israelis to Pay More for Electricity, Again

Because electricity is used to produce water, it is also likely that Israelis will pay more for water in 2023 as well.

Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra to Make First Performance in UAE

The IPO will perform Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 (in A major).

Avian Flu Discovered in Northern Israel

The disease was discovered while the poultry was in a local slaughterhouse.

200 Haredi Women to Take Part in Development of IDF Drone

The Hermes 900, made by Elbit, can be used for intelligence-gathering and airstrikes

Olmert Ordered to Pay Netanyahu NIS 62,500 for Defamation

The judge said Olmert failed to bring enough evidence to support his statement and that the phrasing sounded too professional, even though Olmert has no expertise in metal wellness.

CNN Producer Fired for Antisemitic Remarks

CNN cuts ties with “TeamHitler” producer after Honest Reporting exposed him.

Sinkhole Opens in Area of Tel Aviv Light Rail Excavations

In September, a large sinkhole appeared on the Ayalon Highway's Hashalom Interchange exit in Tel Aviv, leading to closure of the highway for several days.


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