Since China’s Crackdown on Tech, Alibaba Founder Jack Ma Lives in Tokyo, Visits Israel

Ma has virtually vanished from public view since he publicly chastised Chinese regulators two years ago.

North Korea Helped Iran, Hezbollah Bring Chemical Weapons to Lebanon

North Korean experts reportedly injected thionyl chloride into the missiles under the supervision of an Iranian chemical weapons expert.

Israel and Japan Move Towards Free Trade Agreement

Japan has the third-largest economy in the world.

Georgia Thwarts Iranian Assassination Attempt Against Israeli Businessman

Georgian police seized ammunition and weapons during the arrests, as well as phones.

North Korea Fires Suspected ICBM in Second Day of Missile Fire

On Wednesday, North Korea joined its ally, the Islamic Republic of Iran, in secretly supplying weapons to Russia for its war on Ukraine.

North Korea Joins Iran in Supplying Weapons to Russia for War on Ukraine, Fires...

Intelligence personnel warned about two months ago that Russia appeared to be buying millions of rockets and artillery shells from North Korea for use in Ukraine.

Taliban Approves Restoration of Historic Synagogue in Herat

"We want to prove that we are tolerant and accepting of one another, we seek peace and we are not extremists,” said Zalmay Safa, the head of Herat’s department for safeguarding of historic monuments.

Hamas Sending Students to Malaysia for Cyber Warfare Training

Report: Hamas setting up bases for training in East Asian countries, including the Philippines.

Malaysian Police Arrest Alleged Mossad Ring After Hamas ‘Asset’ Kidnapped

The Israeli espionage agency reportedly believes the target works for the terror group's' Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades "armed wing."

Israel’s Elbit Systems Wins $120 Million Contract to Supply UAVs to Thailand

The Israeli defense firm will provide the Royal Thai Navy with the advanced Hermes 900 Maritime Patrol unmanned aerial vehicle.

South Korea Ratifies Free Trade Agreement with Israel

This is the first-ever FTA between Israel and a country in Asia.

Japan to Trial Israeli, US drones

The American-made Switchblade and Israeli-made Harop attack UAVs are expected to be deployed.

‘Japan and the Jews’ Seen Through Art at Haifa’s Tikotin Museum

"Through art contemporary Japanese artists are able to demonstrate an attachment and even passion for the Jewish narrative.”

Suicide Bombing Near Russian Embassy in Kabul

The explosion occurred "in the immediate vicinity of the entrance to the consular section of the Russian Embassy."

Israel Signs Defense Cooperation Agreement with Japan

“Global stability is threatened by Iran’s nuclear program and malign activities. . .“This threat requires a united international front led by the US."

Lancet Reports Tomato Flu Outbreak in India

So far, the Tomato flu infection ends by itself and there are no specific drugs to treat it.

New Direct Route Between Israel and South Korea

Korean Air stopped its flights to Israel due to the outbreak of the corona pandemic in 2020. The airline will resume the route from January 2023, with three weekly flights.

Israel Warns Citizens Against Travel to Sri Lanka Amid Turmoil

Diplomatic relations between Israel and Sri Lanka have existed for decades.

Japan’s Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Assassinated, Was Friend of Israel

Abe was Japan's longest-serving prime minister and a friend of Israel.

IsraAID to Send Medical Supplies to Afghanistan Following Quake

In September and October of 2021, IsraAID coordinated the evacuation of 167 Afghan nationals to Albania and the United Arab Emirates.

Israel Aerospace Industries, Hyundai to Supply Philippine Navy with Radar Systems

Modular in construction, the Alpha 3D radar will be integrated with the ships’ combat-management systems.

MKs Visit Indonesia for First Time

This is the first time MKs visited Indonesia, a country with which Israel has no diplomatic relations.

Singapore to Open Embassy in Israel

Singapore will also establish a representative office in Ramallah to support the work of Non-Resident Representative Hawazi Daipi, "coordinate technical assistance & facilitate engagement."

North Korea Tests Ballistic Missile Capable of Striking US Forces in Guam

There is a concern the launch could be a prelude to nuclear and long-range missile tests that could directly threaten the US mainland.

Israel Issues Travel Warning for Kazakhstan Due to Rising Violence

Israelis were warned to “exercise caution and avoid unnecessary visits” to the country.

Japanese Museum Marks Rescue of Jewish Refugees Who Landed at Tsuruga Port

In 1947, the Japanese foreign office asked Sugihara to resign because of "that incident" in Lithuania.

Singapore Opens First Jewish Museum, Highlighting 200 Years of History

The museum is located next to the Maghain Aboth Synagogue, Asia’s second-largest and Southeast Asia’s oldest synagogue.

As Fizuli International Airport Opens in War-Torn Karabakh, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Share Dream of Asian...

Close to one million Azerbaijanis were displaced from Karabakh during the First Karabakh War (1988-1994).

Lost No More: 235 Bnei Menashe Made Aliyah

Currently, 6,500 Bnei Menashe are awaiting their return to the Jewish homeland.


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