Tunnel Complex at Natanz Nuclear Facility in Iran ‘Deeper than Expected’

“The potential size of the underground complex raises questions about what capabilities this new tunnel complex will provide in addition to a new advanced centrifuge assembly plant.”

De Blasio Says He Won’t Run for Governor of New York

De Blasio said he would instead "devote every fiber of my being to fight inequality in the state of New York."

Lebanon is 30th Asian Nation to Block Internet Access

Lebanon is also the 72nd nation worldwide in the past seven years to have blocked or heavily restricted access to social media.

Jerusalem to Demolish ‘Dome of the Rock’ Replica Mosque

Im Tirtzu: The mosque "symbolizes the fact that there is no law and no enforcement in the State of Israel.”

Combat Antisemitism Movement Calls for Greater Security after Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taking

Hate crime statistics show that crimes targeting Jews comprised 54.9% of all crimes against a religious minority.

SpaceX Launches into Orbit 8 Satellites Built by Israeli High School Students

The teams, who spent three years on the project, gathered with officials in Florida to watch the live launch via video from NASA.

Massive Chemical Fire in Passaic, NJ Sparks Weekend Evacuations

City residents were asked to avoid the area and keep their windows closed to ensure they would not breathe chemical fumes.

US CENTCOM Commander in Israel for 3rd Time in 6 Months

Since its transfer to CENTCOM, the IDF has held several drills with US forces stationed in the Middle East.

Israeli Lawmakers Herald Launch of Abraham Accords Caucus in Congress

The Biden administration has signaled that it is working to expand the circle with Muslim-majority countries like Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, the Maldives, Comoros, Kuwait and Qatar.

Earthquake Shakes Cyprus, Felt in Israel

Cyprus lies in a secondary earthquake-prone zone, but tremors of such magnitude are uncommon.

‘Judge Judy’ Funds New York Law School Program for Women

Judge Sheindlin was appointed to the bench by Mayor Ed Koch in 1982 and was the Supervising Judge at Manhattan Family Court from 1986 to 1996.

FEMA Grants $1.2B for NYC Healthcare. When Will It Arrive?

New York City hospitals spent more than $2.5 billion to fight the pandemic in its first surge, the mayor noted.

7 Bed, Bath & Beyond Stores to Close in New York

One of the stores is located in the Spring Valley Marketplace.

Merck’s COVID-19 Pill, Molnupiravir, Arrives in Israel

The medication is approved for home use by Israelis ages 18 and up and is to be taken within three to five days of symptom onset, for a five-day period.

Vandals Force Lebanon into National Blackout

This is not the first time the country has gone dark: last October, two main power plants were unable to operate due to lack of fuel.

Rightwing Orgs, Judea and Samaria Leaders, Launch Campaign Against PM Bennett

Dagan accused Bennett’s government of “losing direction, it is losing it in Samaria, it is losing it in the Negev.”

UNIFIL Soldiers Attacked in Southern Lebanon’s Hezbollah Stronghold

The UN forces were not accompanied by Lebanese Army troops when they were attacked.

MK Ayman Odeh Hospitalized with Chest Pain

Doctors decided to keep Odeh overnight for observation in the Hadassah Heart Institute.

Google Closes First Israeli Cybersecurity Deal

Google said it would integrate the Siemplify platform into its cloud.

US Sees Record 1M New Cases of COVID-19 on Monday

Since the start of the pandemic, more than 56.1 million people in the United States have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

3 Israeli Diplomatic Missions Closed (Temporarily) By COVID-19

Israel’s embassies in the Philippines and in Angola, as well as the consulate in San Francisco, were all shut down due to coronavirus infections and quarantine among staffers.

Iran’s Tasnim News Agency Launches Hebrew Website

The target audience for the Hebrew site was Hebrew speakers worldwide, including in the “occupied territories,” apparently referring to the entire state of Israel.

Hassidic Man Beaten in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

The attack took place a few hours after dozens attended a demonstration against antisemitism in New York City.

Israeli Vehicle Attack Near Ma’ale Shomron

Miraculously, there were no physical injuries to the travelers.

Adelson Family Donates $40 Million to Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

The contribution will allow construction to commence on the Adelson National Center for Advanced Cancer Therapy, which will include an oncology institute, inpatient units, clinics and Israel’s first proton therapy institute.

North American Gap Year Students Join ADI’s Race for Inclusion in Negev

The 2.5K run highlighted the importance of disability inclusion while raising more than $14,000 for ADI's Respiratory Therapy and Hydrotherapy programs.

British Shell From Israel’s Independence War Found in Forest Near Jerusalem

The 1948 bomb was located in a wooded area near Ma’aleh Hahamisha, north of Jerusalem, by a father his children who walked around the area on Saturday afternoon.

Jerusalem Man Charged with Spying for Hezbollah

Ahmed Zahara has allegedly been spying for the group since 2012.

Terrorist Killed Near Giti Evyasar Junction

An armed terrorist was shot and killed by IDF soldiers near the Giti Evyasar junction in the Shomron on Friday morning.

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