Israeli Gymnast Artem Dolgopyat Wins Gold Medal

"Hatikva has been played in the gymnastics arena in Tokyo and the flag of Israel is flying high."

Israeli Judoka Praises Saudi Opponent for ‘Bravery’ in Face of Calls to Boycott Match

As of last Monday, it was still unclear whether or not Al-Qahtani would face Hershko.

Israel Celebrates Olympic Bronze Medals in Judo

Israel beat Russia 4:1 in the group event that was held for the first time this year, and 11 of its team members were awarded a medal.

Taiwan to Open Extensive Jewish Community Center, Kosher Restaurant

Construction of the $16 million facility started in 2020.

How Many Israeli Olympic Baseball Players Does It Take to Destroy a Bed?

On Friday, the Israelis play the US, but the American team features no major league player.

Saudi Journalists Encourage Judoka to Face Israeli Opponent in Olympics

Othman Al-Omeir, the editor of the news website Elaph, tweeted: “I support Tahani Al-Qahtani, whether she wins or loses. It will be a disgrace [only] if she withdraws.”

Second Judoka Refuses to Compete Against Israeli Opponent in Tokyo Olympics

The International Judo Foundation and Sudanese Olympic officials did not provide a reason why Mohamed Abdalrasool missed the match.

Avishag Semberg Takes Bronze in Taekwondo, Israel’s First-Ever Olympic Medal in the Sport

The medal is Israel’s first at the Tokyo summer games and its 10th Olympic medal.

PM Bennett Congratulates Israeli Bronze Medalist Avishag Semberg

"It is an honor for me to be an example and source of inspiration for young women and be an example on realizing one's dream."

Algerian Judoka Suspended, Sent Home, for Chickening Out of Fighting Superior Israeli Opponent

The chance of getting routed by a much better, established Israeli fighter was too intimidating for Fethi "Chicken Heart" Nourine.

Watch: Olympic Games 2020 Remember and Honor Israeli 1972 Olympics Munich Massacre Victims

The Tokyo Olympics 2020 officially honored the memory of the Israeli victims of the 1972 terror attack at the Olympics in West Germany as part of the main opening ceremony.

Director of Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony Sacked for Making Fun of the Holocaust

Wiki offers a huge list of Olympic Games scandals and controversies.

New Israeli-Japanese Agreement Paves Road for Boost of Lunar Industry

The Israeli startup will produce oxygen from the lunar surface by means of a soil-fed reactor in addition to other various metals.

COVID-19 Diagnosed at Tokyo’s Olympic Village, Israelis Urged Not to Travel Abroad

Two athletes and a 'video analyzer' received positive results on a routine COVID-19 test -- the first to test positive at the Games.

Watch: Thai Social Media Travel Influencer Stops in Chasidic Crown Heights

The travel influencer shared with her followers the taste of Shabbat food and walked with them to see a Jewish supermarket.

Former Communications Minister Kara Stranded on Iran-Azerbaijan Border after Car Trouble

Kara visited a joint Italian-Israeli dairy farm and cheese factory which is under construction in the Karabakh region.

Israel and South Korea Sign COVID-19 Vaccine Exchange Agreement

The problem of Israel's soon-to-be-expired Coronavirus vaccines may have found a resolution.

IAI Signs $200 Million Drone Service Contract with Undisclosed Asian Country

IAI’s UAS know-how and experience have been accumulated over nearly 50 years, representing two million aggregate flight hours and over 50 customers worldwide.

Foreign Ministry Summons Philippines Ambassador to Israel for ‘Clarification’

"Israel expects friends such as the Philippines not to support proposals that strengthen terrorism, and to stand by us during this time."

A Hint that Bangladesh and Israel May Establish Ties

Bangladesh has removed from its passports the text “this passport is valid for all countries for the world except Israel.”

Toyota Affiliate Teams with Israeli Startup to Create Electric Commercial Vehicles

The two companies will work to develop hardware prototypes by 2022.

Foreigners Banned from Tokyo’s 2021 Summer Olympics

"The IOC and IPC were informed . . . about the conclusion of the Japanese parties not to allow entry into Japan for overseas spectators."

Biden Administration: North Korea Increasing Threat to Continental USA

North Korea recently unveiled “a new ICBM considerably larger and presumably more capable than the systems they tested in 2017."

Despite Recent Changes in Armenia, Fascism and Anti-Semitism Remain a Concern

"Did you know that in 1915 the Armenian genocide was organized by Jews?”

Azerbaijan’s Jews Take International Women’s Day Seriously

International Women’s Day in Azerbaijan is about revering mothers, sisters, wives, and daughters because they are holy, as he puts it.

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."

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.

More Than 100 Injured as Japan, Near Fukushima, Struck by 7.3-Magnitude Earthquake

Some 860,000 homes were without electricity, according to the Tokyo Electric Power Company, but power was gradually being restored.

Israelis Caught Illegally Selling Advanced Arms to Unnamed Asian Nation

“This case illustrates the potential damage to national security inherent in transactions carried out by Israeli citizens, vis-à-vis foreign parties."

Martial Law Declared in Myanmar as Grassroots Protests Continue

Military officials in Naypyidaw warned protesters they would be shot with "real bullets" if they breach police lines.


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