Israel Heeds US Ask, Supports UNHRC Vote on China’s Detention of 1 Million Muslims

Israel's vote may mark a change in policy under the new government and the new Foreign Minister Yair Lapid (Yesh Atid).

Report: Israeli Social Security Branch in Jerusalem’s Shimon HaTzadik (Sheikh Jarrah) Serves Arabs Only

And from now on they'll be more careful what they say to those pesky Army Radio reporters.

46 Meets 10: Presidents Biden, Rivlin, Get Together June 28

Rivlin will be just one month short of 82 when he leaves office, a full three years older than his American host.

North Jersey Jews Recall the PM from Teaneck

Bennett joked: “Teaneck back then was not yet Israel. We annexed Teaneck a few years ago.”

Israel’s New Environment Minister Calls to Cancel Pipeline Deal with UAE

“The Gulf of Eilat is in real danger because of the Eilat-Ashkelon pipeline,” says Tamar Zandberg.

Yamina Minister to Haredi Leaders: When Did You Last Pray Lying Down in the...

The most combative among the incoming team was undoubtedly the next Minister of Religious Services (Bennett's old job) Matan Kahana from Yamina.

Hindsight Politics: Poll Shows 52% of Yamina Voters Regret their Choice

We don't know for sure if all the respondents really were who they claimed to be.
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Future Meretz Arab Minister Frej Openly Hopes & Predicts Palestinian State to Be...

"Imagine the unique thing Lapid has done – Yamina, the left, the center, he put them around the same table."

Meretz MK Under Attack for Bill Barring Jewish Outreach to Minors without Parental Consent

"It bothers Zandberg that the dear Chabad Chassidim offer passers-by to put on tefillin."

Demonstrators Outside PM’s Residence: Let the IDF Win in Gaza, Disarm Israeli Arabs

Sara Ha'etzni-Cohen, Chairwoman of My Israel, said: "The State of Israel abandoned the residents of the mixed cities."

Public Security Minister Ohana Condemns Arrest of Jew Who Killed Lod Arab Rioter in...

The self-defense killing of the rioter ushered a day of clashes in Lod, which resulted in police enforcing a total curfew on the city.

Jerusalem in 2021 Approaching 1 Million Residents, More Diverse than Ever

Jerusalem has the second-largest economy in Israel, with 344,300 employed, or 9% of the overall employed in the country (compared to Tel Aviv's 11%).

Netanyahu-Ben Gvir Deal: Evacuate Sheikh Jarrah in Return for Massive Police Presence

The Prime Minister's people refused the condition of a permanent police presence and agreed only to boost police patrols.

UAE National Archives, National Library of Israel, Sign Historic Agreement

The MOU is the most significant agreement of its kind, following last year's signing of the "Abraham Accords."

Sovereignty Movement’s Pushback: Fifth Elections Preferable to Government Leaning on Supporters of Terrorism

"A government of that sort will not promote settlement, construction, and sovereignty, will not battle terrorism, domestic marauders, and external enemies."

Deputy Health Minister Sees Last Corona Restrictions Lifted in Late May

“There are fateful decisions that are about to be made, such as the issue of vaccinating children."

Israel to Deport 45 Dimona Black Hebrews

"Maybe they think that anyone who violates the laws of the State of Israel can raise their hand and say, 'Hello, I'm here, so give me citizenship.'"

US Embassy in Israel Increasing Services to Ex-Pats

"We anticipate continuing growth in the number of applicants we can help in the coming months."

Lebanon’s PM Signs Maritime Claim Decree that Could Lead to Clashes with Israel

"The Lebanese are staying behind and launching fiery statements that will achieve nothing,” Minister Steinitz said.

World Jewish Communities Bid Farewell to President Rivlin

“Over the last seven years, I have had the great privilege of learning from you."

AOC-Endorsed NY Congressman Jamaal Bowman Had ‘Thoughtful Conversation’ with Israel’s Consul General

Israeli consulate spokesman Itay Milner said, “The progressive movement and the State of Israel share common goals."

Jerusalem College of Technology Graduates Win Government Contract to Use Drones in Deliveries

FlyTech was founded three years ago by former IDF officers from air force UAV squadrons who became Torah-observant during their military service.

Chad Gadya: The Post-Election Process from Voting to New Government

Here, for your consideration, is the expected schedule for the continuation of the election process for the 24th Knesset and the formation of the next Israeli government.

Netanyahu Says Religious Zionists Get Smacked Time and Again and Come Back for More

Netanyahu used his final big interview to the National Religious press for an unrestrained trashing of the very people he hopes to lure into his next government.

After Years of Neglect Beit Shemesh Gets Major Facelift, 10,000 New Housing Units

"This is a historic step as part of the policy of strengthening the old neighborhoods and renewing them."

Tel Aviv U Comprehensive Survey: 87% of Arab Voters Want Part in Government

The most important issue for the Arab public is the implementation of the government plan to combat violence in Arab society (58.6% of respondents).

Out of 1 Million Israeli Food Stamp Recipients Only 14% Are Haredim

At least 1,027,578 Israelis will receive the food stamps this week, the interior ministry's grant to the vulnerable populations affected by the Corona.

Syria Demands 2 Prisoners in Exchange for Woman Who Crossed the Border, But the...

Both prisoners, who were convicted on security charges by Israeli courts, have no interest in going back to Syria.

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