Japan to Trial Israeli, US drones

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

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."

Israel, Japan Explore Possible Free Trade Deal

Nishimura brought a trade delegation of 80 Japanese company representatives as Tokyo and Jerusalem explore a possible free trade agreement that would expand their $3.3 billion commercial relationship.

Jerusalem Names New Square for a Japanese Diplomat, Righteous Among the Nations

Mayor of Jerusalem Moshe Leon said, “The Righteous Among the Nations Chiyona Sugihara did everything in his power and worked tirelessly to save Jews from the clutches of the Nazis, at no small a personal price.”

The Sugihara Exclusion: Israel Bites the Hand that Fed Jews

Israeli bureaucrats have denied visas for the son of a righteous gentile to attend a Jerusalem ceremony in his father’s honor.

Global Heat Wave Moves East, Tops 50C (126F) in China

The previous record in China was set in July 2017, when the mercury reached 123 degrees Fahrenheit.

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.

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.

Israel and Japan Move Towards Free Trade Agreement

Japan has the third-largest economy in the world.

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

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

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."

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.

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.

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.

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."

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.

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.

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.

Ramming Attack Outside Israeli Embassy in Tokyo

A Japanese police officer in his twenties was injured during a ramming attack aimed at the Israeli Embassy in Tokyo.

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.

Japan Ends Ties with Elbit over Gaza War, Cites ICJ Order at The Hague

"We have already suspended new activities related to the MOU, and plan to end the MOU by the end of February," said the CFO of Itochu.

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.”

Israeli Swimmer Mark Malyar Wins 2nd Gold Medal, Breaks World Record in Paralympic Games

Malyar began swimming at age 5 with his brother as part of hydrotherapy treatment.

‘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.”

Japanese Firm Determined to Keep ‘Nazi-Tainted’ Van Gogh

According to heir's lawsuit, Sompo’s predecessor purchased the picture “in reckless disregard of its provenance, including Mendelssohn-Bartholdy’s forced sale of the painting in Nazi Germany in 1934.”

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