Herzog Meets Latvian Counterpart, Hails Three Decades of Bilateral Ties

“Israel places great importance on continuing to enhance and deepen our bilateral relations with Latvia as well as all three Baltic states,” says the Israeli president.

David Baddiel’s ‘Jews Don’t Count’ a Primer on Popular Antisemitism

“Viewers of David Baddiel's Jews Don't Count were left in tears last night after seeing primary school children taking part in a security drill in London.”

Ukraine Nuclear Plant Rocked by Rocket Fire, Second Time in 2 Days

Energoatom: "This time a nuclear catastrophe was miraculously avoided, but miracles cannot last forever."

Defense Minister Gantz Bids Farewell to Azerbaijani Counterpart

The Azerbaijani parliament approved an historic motion on Friday to open an embassy in the State of Israel – the first Muslim Shi’ite majority nation to do so.

Christian Dutch Woman Whose Parents Saved Jews Ascends the Temple Mount

She remembers how during WW2 her parents hid 22 Jews (as well as a few non-Jews).

Report: Iran Will Manufacture Attack Drones on Russian Soil

The deal was finalized in early November, and production will begin within months.

Romania Anchors Protection for Kosher Slaughter in Law

The Balkan nation continues its "noble path of support for its Jewish community," the head of the Conference of European Rabbis said.

NATO, US, EU All Say Missiles That Hit Poland Came From Ukraine, Not Russia

“This is not Ukraine’s fault,” said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. “Russia bears ultimate responsibility. This is a direct result of the ongoing war.

Israeli NGO Sends Medical Supplies to Newly-Liberated Kherson in Ukraine

Since June, the group has been working to address the water crisis in the city of Mykolaiv. Russian troops in Kherson prevented water engineers from reaching the source of the damage.

Poland Verifying NATO’s Article IV Requirements After 2 Die in Russian Missile Strike

Top officials in the country were holding an emergency meeting convened by Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to discuss the “crisis situation.”

Ukraine Asked for It: Israel Abstains on Anti-Russian Resolution, Putin Welcomes Netanyahu’s Return

Netanyahu may restore Israel’s good relations with Putin after it has been wrecked by provisional PM Yair Lapid.

Ukraine Votes to Send Israel to Hague Criminal Court, Upset Israel Rejects Ukrainian Asylum...

This month there has been an increase in the daily entry of Ukrainians to Israel, which today stands at 217.

KFC in Germany Invites Customers to ‘Enjoy Crispy Fried Chicken on Kristallnacht’

“We apologize. Due to an error in our system, we sent an incorrect and inappropriate message through our app. We are very sorry about this."

DM Benny Gantz: Israel Doesn’t Have Production Capabilities to Send Iron Dome to Ukraine

Officials in Jerusalem have also expressed concern that Israeli systems sent to Ukraine could fall into Iranian hands.

Report: US Approves Israel’s Multi-Billion Dollar Sale of Arrow 3 to Germany

Lapid and Scholz discussed a €2.5 billion purchase of Israeli-made anti-missile defense systems.

French President Macron Calls to Congratulate Netanyahu on Election Win

During their conversation, Netanyahu accepted an invitation from Macron to visit Paris.

Iran Finally Admits It Armed Russia with Kamikaze Drones

Russia launched dozens of “kamikaze” drones on Ukraine against Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, killing five people in Kiev.

Switzerland Sanctions the Supply of Iranian Drones to Russia

Ukraine downed Wednesday morning six Iranian-made Shahed-136 "kamikaze" drones near Kiev, and 12 out of 13 drones elsewhere.

Knesset Website Targeted by Russian Hackers with Alleged Kremlin Ties

The “XakNet Team” claimed responsibility for the cyber attack, saying it was revenge for Israeli intel sent to Kyiv regarding Iranian-made drones.

Gantz Tells Ukrainian Counterpart Israel Has ‘Operational Limitations, No Weapons’

“The ministers agreed to conduct professional dialogue in order to assist Ukraine in the development of a civilian early warning system.”

Documentary Series Exposes 3,000 Hours of Vile Leftist Antisemitism Recorded by Swedish Spy

“It became a treasure trove of intelligence, including secrets that Hamas members told her and are documented on paper.”

WJRO Reports on Thousands of Cultural Objects Looted By Croatia during Holocaust

“This report is being released just weeks before the international Terezin Declaration Conference on Holocaust-era assets."

USA Today: Netanyahu Will ‘Look Into’ Weapons for Ukraine If Elected Prime Minister

Netanyahu said he prefers “getting all the information, then making decisions on what and if we do anything. . . beyond what has been done so far.”

Reports: More Americans than Ever Seek European Passports

Of course, one group of Americans has an additional option in today’s “volatile and tumultuous world.”

Zelensky’s No. 2 Attacks Israel for Refusing to Provide Weaponry to Ukraine

“It seems Israel has abandoned the desire to be on the right side of history. . .[this] will significantly complicate relations between our countries for decades to come.”

Gantz Reiterates ‘No Weapons for Ukraine’

The briefing came as Russia’s President Vladimir Putin declared martial law in the four Ukrainian regions annexed by Moscow.

US: Iran’s Sale of Suicide Drones to Russia Violates UN Resolution

Report: Iran plans to send Fateh 110 ballistic missiles to Russia as well.

On Jewish MP’s Initiation, Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly Declares Russia a Terrorist State

"This aggression must be unequivocally condemned as a crime, as a violation of international law, and as a major threat to international peace and security."

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