Israeli Cops Rescue Large Bird Taking a Walk on the Wild Side

An avian on the lam from Safari in Ramat Gan ended up a jailbird after a walk on the wild side along Route 4. Israeli police were called to stop traffic.

National Instruments to Acquire Israeli OptimalPlus for $365 Million

OptimalPlus had 2019 revenue of $51 million and employs approximately 240 employees.

Israel Celebrates 500K Followers on its Farsi Instagram Account ایران اسرائیل را دوست...

More than 1.5 million Arabic speakers from 22 Arab countries also follow Israel in Arabic on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

Museum of Jewish Montreal Told to Vacate Premises by End of June

For the moment, “we have chosen to focus our activities online until the time is right to reopen a physical space. This will allow us to stay nimble and conserve resources while we continue to deliver on our mission.”

Lebanese Prime Minister Visits UN Peacekeepers Near Israel’s Border

UNIFIL was “necessary and urgent” within the context of “violations by Israel of Lebanon’s sovereignty by land, sea and air,” said Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab.

Dairy Food Distributed to Jewish New Yorkers for Shavuot in Brooklyn, Queens

Butter, cheese, and yogurt were provided to needy Jewish families in celebration of the Jewish holiday of Shavuot.

57 More Students in Quarantine After 2 Students Infected in Moshav Tzofit

Hundreds of students entered quarantine this week after infections in multiple schools.

PM Mohammad Shtayyeh: PA Will Channel Civilian Operations Through Intl Orgs, Not Israel

The Palestinian Authority (PA) will continue to run its civilian operations, despite declaring an end to all agreements with Israel.

Another Jerusalem School Hit with Coronavirus

Teachers and students in the 7th grade were sent into quarantine.

Israel and India Working on COVID-19 Rapid Testing Solution

Israel and India have joined forces to develop a test that would detect Coronavirus (COVID-19) patients within minutes.

IDF Troops Thwart Stabbing Attack in Samaria; Two Terrorists Wounded

Soldiers open fire after being attacked by Arabs armed with “sharp agricultural instruments,” IDF says • Wounded assailants evacuated to Ramallah for treatment; no Israeli casualties reported.

Coronavirus Department Closes at Poriya Medical Center

The medical center treated a total of 93 patients who were ill with COVID-19, the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus.

Israel Public Transportation Slowly Returns to Normal

Israel Railways will resume its service on June 8, after receiving a green light from the Health Ministry.

Peru Releases Israeli with Special Needs Arrested for Drug Trafficking

She was released to house arrest and is being hosted by a Jewish family in Lima.

First COVID-19 Death in Gaza

To date, 39 people in Gaza have been diagnosed with the virus.

El Al Extends Suspension of Passenger Flights to June 20

“In light of the low demand for passenger flights, the company has decided to extend the temporary cessation of flights,” said the airline.

Israel Busts Massive ‘Terrorist Drug’ Shipment on Way to Gaza

Captagon is an amphetamine which numbs pain and fear and has become popular in Middle East conflict zones as it significantly ups fighters’ short-term combat capabilities.

Israel Shoots and Captures Jordanian Arms Smuggler

A second Jordanian smuggler managed to get back to Jordan.

Egypt Extends Ban on International Flights

All Egyptian airports ceased accepting international flights on March 19 in accordance with the government directive.

EasyJet Targeted in Cyber Attack

Credit card details for 2,208 customers were also accessed, the European budget airline said in its statement.

Jerusalem Deploys Sheep to Fight Fires, Terror-Arson Suspected in Central Israel

The heat wave and terror-arsonists have been responsible for some large fires in Israel.

Israel Experiencing an Unprecedented Heat Wave

The Sea of Galilee reached a whopping 107.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

Watch: Oldest Israeli Volunteer EMT Celebrates His 80th Birthday

Eli Mizrachi will turn 80 this week and is the oldest, active volunteer EMT, first responder in United Hatzalah, and perhaps in Israel.

IDF Troops Shoot Man Who Crossed Lebanese Border into Israel

The suspect was spotted by the soldiers during routine operational activity as he crossed the Blue Line from Lebanon into Israel.

Netanyahu Appoints Eli Cohen as Intelligence Minister

“The Israeli intelligence apparatus is internationally renowned and has huge importance to the nation’s security.”

Terror Attack Foiled Outside Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion

Two armed terrorists from nearby Beit Fajr were making their way to the Kibbutz in the middle of the night.

EL AL Reportedly Suffered $60 Million Loss in 2019

That loss came before the coronavirus, which has only grounded planes and cost the airlines even more money.

Israelis Are Getting Ready to Go Back to the Beach

Interior Minister Aryeh Deri announced the beaches will reopen officially to the public on May 20.

Trains in Israel to Run Again Beginning May 17

There will be some changes in the routes, and so far no service on Fridays or Saturday nights.

Israel Prepares to Reopen Eateries, Institutes New Sanitation Measures

Similar to shops and malls, restaurants and cafes will be required to post at their entrances the number of people allowed in at one time.


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