Netanyahu Mourns Brother Yoni, Hero of 1976 Entebbe Operation

The family believes that Yoni was killed by the German who commanded the Entebbe hijackers.

MDA Helps Set Up Coronavirus Drive-Thru Testing in the Congo

Congo's Minister of Health visited the "Drive and Test" facility that opened in their country in late May and expressed their gratitude to MDA.

Dozens of Nigeria’s Igbo Jews Join Shavei Israel’s Zoom Webinar

"They have been apart for a long time because of the Coronavirus so it was great for them to see each other and know they're all okay, to bring them together in this way.”

Egypt, Ethiopia, Prepare for War over Nile Dam

At 6.45 gigawatts, the dam will be the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa when completed, as well as the seventh largest in the world.

Israeli-Developed HIV Drug Shows Promising Results in Treating COVID-19

It is important to emphasize that Gammora is being tested as a treatment or cure and not a vaccination for preventing the virus.

Jordan, Somalia, Pakistan Declare National Emergency Over Locust Swarms

"Ethiopian farmers have lost their entire crop to the voracious insects."

Israel Flights Can Use Sudan’s Air Space, Says Burhan – Just Not El Al

“We are soon organizing direct flights over Sudan. It may be possible to shorten flights to Latin America by three to four hours.”

Outraged PLO Leader Labels Sudan-Israel Meeting ‘Stab in the Back’

Saeb Erekat called the meeting a “stab in the back of the Palestinian people and a flagrant walkout on the Arab peace initiative."

Report from Uganda: Israel, Sudan to Cooperate on Normalization

“Israel is returning to Africa in a big way; Africa already returned to Israel. These are very important ties for diplomacy, for the economy, for security."

Netanyahu Leaves for Mysterious Trip to Uganda

Netanyahu cryptically said, “Today I am going to Uganda, we are strengthening our relationship with this country. I hope that at the end of the day we will have very good news for the State of Israel.”

50 Years Late: Rabbinate Recognizes Ethiopian Jews in Israel, Many Ethiopian Jews Aren’t Impressed

Kes Maharat: "We have made sacrifices to keep our Judaism. For us to come to Israel only to be told it is doubtful we are a Jewish – there's nothing more humiliating than that."

US Forces Targeted by Al-Shabaab in Kenya, ‘No Connection’ with Iran

"As we honor their sacrifice, let's also harden our resolve... we will pursue those responsible for this attack and al-Shabaab."

Miss Cote d’Ivoire 2019 Wins Trip to Israel

All women who competed were required to be older than age 35 and with a minimum of one child.

BDS South Africa Deleted Tweet about Ties with PFLP, Caught by NGO Monitor

The PFLP was designated a terrorist group by the European Union (EU), the US, Canada, and Israel.

Israel to Launch AMOS-17 Satellite to Service Africa Communications

Spacecom currently provides communication services to Africa through its AMOS-4 and AMOS-7 satellites.

Mayor of Mogadishu Wounded in Suicide Bombing

Earlier this year a top senior Somali diplomat was fired and received death threats after publicly advocating for establishment of formal ties with the Jewish State.

Uganda, Mossad, Expose Hezbollah Agent Involved in International Terrorist Plot

Yassin had already identified at least 100 Lebanese living in Uganda for possible recruitment by Hezbollah.

Netflix Showing New Film on Ethiopian Jews’ Rescue in SF Jewish Festival

From 1979 to 1983, Aliyah activists and Mossad agents operating in Sudan encouraged the Beta Israel communities in Ethiopia to come to the Sudan, and from the Sudan they would be taken to Israel via Europe.

Israelis Warned to Stay Indoors After Ethiopia’s Army Chief of Staff Killed in Coup...

Israeli citizens currently in Ethiopia "are advised to stay in their homes until the situation becomes clearer."

Police Recommend Indicting Shari Arison for Bribery

The alleged offenses under investigation involved bribery of a foreign public servant, which Israel only started to prosecute two years ago.

Netanyahu Invites Congo’s President to Israel

The two leaders discussed ways to deepen relations and advance bilateral cooperation during the conversation.

IsraAID Team in Mozambique Since March, Gears Up for More Work After Cyclone Kenneth’s...

IsraAID's water, sanitation & hygiene, protection, and medical programs have directly reached more than 9,500 people.

Violent Robbery at Nairobi Chabad House, Rabbi, Wife, Beaten, Injured

The robbers entered Mrs. Notik's bedroom, beat her with a stick to wake her up, threatened her life and demanded money.

Iranian Terror Network Discovered in Central Africa

The pattern is one that is similar to Iran’s sponsorship of its Gaza-based Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror proxy groups.

Israel Inaugurates Embassy in Rwanda

The embassy “symbolizes the policy of Israel’s return to Africa"

African Bishop: ‘Africa Stands for Israel, They Both Need Each Other’

“The Land of Israel legally belongs to the Indigenous Jewish Community,” said Bishop Scott Mwanza

Two Israelis Among Those Killed in Deadly Ethiopian Airlines Plane Crash

Within six minutes of an 8:38 am Sunday departure from Addis Ababa’s Bole International Airport, air traffic control lost contact with the pilot of...

Locust Plague of Biblical Proportion to Hit Egypt in Time for Passover

Control operations have treated nearly 85,000 hectare since December, of which 30,000 hectare were treated in the past three weeks in Egypt, Eritrea, Saudi Arabia and Sudan.

Israel Opens Embassy in Rwanda, 11th in Africa

“Israel shared a lot of similarities with Rwanda, and I am excited to be my country’s first representative here."

Madagascar, Philippines, Williamsburg, See Measles Resurgence

New York may soon follow California and Vermont with legislation that makes vaccinations mandatory.


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