Senator Ted Cruz: Seeks to Designate The Muslim Brotherhood as a Terrorist Organization

The Muslim Brotherhood, a transnational Sunni Islamist organization, was founded in Egypt by Islamic scholar Hassan al-Banna in 1928.

Hamas Test-Fires Rocket into Mediterranean

It's not known which type of missile was fired into the sea.

NYT: Sudan-Israel Deal Could Collapse Unless Congress Passes Immunity Bill

Sudan has made it clear that without legislation that would grant it immunity from legal action over its terrorist past, ties will not be upgraded.

Friedman on Feat of Abraham Accords: ‘Gulf Interests Largely in Line with Those of...

“This was really a priority of the Trump administration since the day it began,” said U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. “It was a shocking surprise that was four years in the making, and I think the momentum will continue.”

IDF Dispatches Aid to Honduras in Wake of Hurricanes Eta and Iota

The Israeli delegation will operate in cities in the northwest of the country where much damage was done and will assess the damage and review the transport, housing and water infrastructure damaged by the storms.

Slovenia Declares Hezbollah a Terrorist Group

“Hezbollah first and foremost harms the citizens of Lebanon itself and holds them hostage in the service of Iranian interests."

Bennett: Fakhrizadeh was a Ticking Nuclear Bomb

Former Defense Minister Naftali Bennett talks to the foreign press about Iran's nuclear weapon scientist.

Elbit Wins $96M Contract to Supply RWM Training Center to European Country

The contract is to be performed over a nine-year period, with an option to extend the maintenance services for an additional 10-year period.

Israeli Gymnast Wins Gold at European Championship in Ukraine

Linoy makes history as the first Israeli to win an all-around gold medal in the biennial competition.

Operation ‘Tzur Israel’ to Bring Jews from Ethiopia Takes Off

Since the early 1950s, the Jewish Agency has assisted more than 90,000 Ethiopians with their immigration to Israel.

High School Students Back in Class as Covid Infection Rate Rises

According to the Ministry of Education’s outline, the students will learn in half classes for at least two days a week, and the rest of their schooling will continue online.

History: First Official Israeli Business Delegation Arrives in Bahrain

Israel's first official business delegation landed in Manama, the capital of Bahrain, and met with Bahrain’s Minister of Industry and Commerce Ziad Al Zayani and with senior banking and business officials, on Wednesday.

IAF Pilot, Cadet Killed in Single-Engine Plane Crash

All training flights have been suspended until the investigation into the accident has been completed.
The brain-pacemaker surgery at Ichilov Hospital

Israeli Epileptic Patient Gets Innovative Pacemaker to Manage Illness

The implant was performed by Dr. Ido Strauss, director of the functional neurosurgery unit at the Ichilov Neurological Department.

Israeli Education System Will Fully Open in Yellow and Green Cities

The move will be accompanied by an increase in the number of (Covid) tests among teaching staff and students.

MDA: A Miracle in the Synagogue

I feel like I was reborn, I received a gift from heaven and a great miracle happened here."

Quebec Government Relaxes COVID-19 Restrictions for Christmas, But Not for Hanukah

"The elevating of one faith community over another is inappropriate, and all faith communities should be treated in an equitable manner."

Israel Unveils NIS 1 Billion Plan to Develop Area Near Gaza Strip

A separate plan for the southern city of Ashkelon is in development.

UAE Discovers More Oil Reserves

Abu Dhabi plans to invest $122 billion dollars in oil and natural gas over the next five years to boost production.

WATCH: IDF Merkava Tank Flips Over While Loading On To Carrier

The 24-year-old driver of the tank was bruised and suffered minor injuries but was not badly wounded.

Terror Attack Foiled in Hebron

The Border Policemen noticed the armed teenager heading towards a pedestrian waiting in the bus station.

Kinneret Rising

The Kinneret rose 2 centimeters and is currently 209.98 meters below sea level. 

Israeli Judoka Peter Paltchik Wins Gold at 2020 European Judo Championship

Fellow Israeli judoka Tal Flicker won a silver medal in a separate weight class.

President Rivlin Receives Prestigious Washington Institute Scholar-Statesman Medal

“We have to find a way in order to understand: we are not doomed to live together, we are destined to live together."

IAEA and US Call on Iran to Explain Origin of Uranium Found at ‘Secret...

The information Iran has provided “doesn’t add up” from a technical standpoint, says U.N. nuclear watchdog Director-General Rafael Grossi.

Tel Aviv Launches ‘Hundreds’ of Weekly Cultural Activities for Winter Season

"We will hold hundreds of events every week to provide a livelihood for thousands, medicine for the souls of tens of thousands and hope for an entire sector."

IDF Intelligence Unit Boasts First Breastfeeding Room for Moms in Uniform

The major policy shift, which will make life easier for moms in uniform, is the initiative of female officers in one of the Israeli military’s most classified units.

Israel Dispatches Aid to Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, in Wake of Hurricane Eta

Hurricane Eta, a Category 4 hurricane that killed at least 178 people and left hundreds missing, caused severe damage to the countries of the region, to the road infrastructure and agriculture, and left thousands of refugees in its wake.

Despite Covid, 17% Increase in Number of Jews Visiting Temple Mount

Some reports say that the police have been working to remove Muslim instigators from the site, and have been working to ban soccer games played by Muslim children at the holiest site to Judaism.


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