Armed Man Arrested Outside Jewish School in France

The suspect attempted to enter a kosher supermarket.

Report: European Powers Scrap US-Backed Plan for IAEA Rebuke of Iran

Britain, France and Germany withdraw their support for a resolution criticizing Tehran for failing to explain the presence of uranium particles at undeclared locations.

Lebanon Blames Israel for Mediterranean Oil Spill

Lebanon's caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab blamed an Israeli ship for the oil spill.

Poles Outraged: Germany Paid Them Only $2.41 Billion in WW2 Reparations

Poland's overall losses reached more than five million citizens, both Jews and gentiles – as much as 17% of the population.

Shunning Pro-PA Critics, Leaders of Denmark, Austria, Come to Talk Vaccine Plant in Jerusalem

PM Frederiksen told reporters in Copenhagen on Tuesday that partnering on a vaccine plant with Israel “isn’t an unrealistic scenario.”

Blinken ‘Deeply Disappointed’ by ICC Decision, and the ICC Ain’t So Happy Either

Judge Péter Kovács, the dissenting judge on the ICC panel, issued a minority opinion that asked, "Did the Majority provide a practical answer to the Prosecutor?" and answered that it didn't.

Suspected Terror Stabbing Attack in Vetlanda, Sweden

"These are terrible events. My thoughts go to the victims and their relatives."

ICC Officially Opens Probe into ‘War Crimes’ in PA-Controlled Areas of Judea, Samaria, Post-1967...

"The decision of the International Court . . . is absurd. It's undiluted antisemitism and the height of hypocrisy."

Syria Set to Join UN Commission Fighting ‘Subjugation of Peoples’

The announcement of Syria's promotion to the post was made on the same day a UN commission accused Syria of crimes against humanity including genocide.

Report: Amnesty International Helped Putin Destroy Dissident Alexei Navalny

Alexander Artemev, a spokesman for Amnesty in Moscow, told BBC the wave of requests that the group de-list Navalny was part of an "orchestrated campaign" against the dissident by the Kremlin.

Elbit Gets $300 Million Deal to Supply Unmanned Aircraft Systems to Unnamed Asian Country

“There is a continuous demand for integrating unmanned systems to cope with a growing variety of operational needs."

Israel Rules Out Greek Tanker as Suspect in Mediterranean Oil Spill

The “Minerva Helen” was not the source of the ecological disaster, says Israel's Environmental Protection Ministry after inspecting the vessel.

Anglican Vicar Targets ‘Masa Israel Journey’ in Latest Anti-Semitic Blood Libel Campaign

Of course, this is how we know Sizer is a rabid anti-Semite, when we read his equating Israel's war of liberation with ethnic cleansing.

Israeli Officials Raid Greek Ship Suspected of Tar Spill on Israeli Beaches

Dead marine animals have been washing up on Israel’s beaches, including a 17-meter baby fin whale.

Israel’s Mobileye, France’s Transdev ATS Team Up to Deploy Autonomous Shuttles by 2023

The three companies will initially test vehicles on roadways in France and Israel, aiming to ready technology designs for production by 2022.

Manfred Gerstenfeld, Long Time Contributor to the Jewish Press, Dead at 84

Gerstenfeld was considered one of the deepest and most influential thinkers in the study of anti-Semitism.

South Korea, Iran Progress in Talks to Release $7 billion in Iranian Assets

In early January, Iran seized a South Korean tanker and its crew in the Persian Gulf.

United States ‘Humbly Requests’ a Return to UNHRC

“We humbly ask for the support of all UN member states in our bid to return to a seat in this body.”

Israel Donates COVID-19 Vaccines to PA, European and Latin America Countries

70% of Israelis over the age of 16 have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

British Jewish Family Gives Large Gift to the World’s Oldest Think Tank

The Dangoor family is a strong believer in strengthening UK-Israel ties and helps fund many initiatives that further these relations.

Israel to Sell German Military Its Trophy Tank-Protection System

Trophy protects against a wide variety of anti-tank threats, while also maximizing the vehicle's ability to identify the enemy location.

About Time: Jewish Agency to Develop Aliyah Programs for Medical Professionals

In 2020, about 950 medical and paramedical professionals immigrated to Israel from around the world, including more than 300 physicians who made Aliyah with the assistance of The Jewish Agency.

Netanyahu: Not One Dose of Vaccine Passed from Israel to Syria

"We brought back the young woman and I have thanked President Putin for this, but I respect Russia’s request not to say anything more."

Report: UN Inspectors Identify Uranium Particles at Undisclosed Iranian Nuclear Sites

“Iran is secretly storing Project Amad material to use at a time of its choice to develop nuclear weapons. . . Project Amad’s explicit goal was: creating nuclear weapons."

Equatorial Guinea Moving Embassy to Jerusalem

Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Mbasogo announced they are moving their embassy to Jerusalem.

Biden Snubs Bibi, Rescinds Iran Sanctions, Ready to Reopen Nuclear Talks

Biden said nothing to the Israeli leader about his plan to bring back the nuclear deal as is.

UAE Donates 20,000 Doses of Russia’s Sputnik V Coronavirus Vaccine to Gaza

“We hope the vaccines will be allocated to medical teams fighting the epidemic head on and heroically, as well as to the groups that most seriously need it.”

COVID-19 South African Variant May Reduce Pfizer Vaccine Efficacy

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to make a ruling on the Johnson & Johnson application later this month.


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