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Iran’s judiciary calls to file lawsuit against ex-US envoy Brian Hook

Iran’s judiciary calls to file lawsuit against ex-US envoy Brian Hook

The State Department announced that Eliott Abrams, the US special envoy to Venezuela, will take up Hook’s post in addition to his own.   An… Read More ›

Israel’s democracy is stronger than Netanyahu

Israel’s democracy is stronger than Netanyahu

Opinion: The prime minister’s failure to dismantle the government by violating the coalition agreement with Blue & White proves that despite his unceasing search for… Read More ›

Atoning for anti-Semitic remarks, Cannon says he’s okay being ‘sacrificial lamb’

Atoning for anti-Semitic remarks, Cannon says he’s okay being ‘sacrificial lamb’

In online conversation with Jewish group, entertainer says apology has been just one part of process in making amends; reveals his great-grandfather was a sephardic… Read More ›

Air Traffic Is Down, Gun Seizures Up At US Airports

Air Traffic Is Down, Gun Seizures Up At US Airports

  DALLAS (AP) — With air traffic nearing a five-month high, airport security is finding guns in passenger carry-on bags at three times the rate… Read More ›

Trump briefly leaves press briefing after shooting near the White House

Trump briefly leaves press briefing after shooting near the White House

Washington – President Donald Trump was abruptly evacuated from the White House briefing room by security on Monday after shots were fired outside the building.… Read More ›

Pompeo: Arabs, Israelis are speaking with one voice on Iran

Pompeo: Arabs, Israelis are speaking with one voice on Iran

“The [security] Council must choose between arming terrorists or standing by the Gulf,” Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo said.   WASHINGTON – The United States… Read More ›

New coronavirus czar plays Netanyahu at his own game

New coronavirus czar plays Netanyahu at his own game

Opinion: Prof. Gamzu, who took over Israel’s coronavirus response apparatus, openly told politicians, ‘you failed’; now, this Netanyahu’s megamaniacal twin with political inspirations, looks savvy… Read More ›

How techies used Bluetooth’s most annoying trait to build Israel’s new COVID app

How techies used Bluetooth’s most annoying trait to build Israel’s new COVID app

A peek under the hood of Israel’s new app, now downloaded by more than a million people, which tracks and traces while keeping the government… Read More ›

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz: A Life

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz: A Life

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com He was said to be a descendant of one of the leading Chassidic Rabbis of the 19th century, Rav Avrohom… Read More ›

The White House reportedly quashed part of an intelligence report that showed Russia is helping the Trump campaign

The White House reportedly quashed part of an intelligence report that showed Russia is helping the Trump campaign

  The Trump administration reportedly pressured the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to delete part of a report that concluded Russia was aiming… Read More ›

Thousands attend nationwide anti-Netanyahu protests

Thousands attend nationwide anti-Netanyahu protests

On Saturday, protesters made their way to bridges and intersections across the country on Saturday afternoon in a massive display of the anti-Netanyahu sentiment that… Read More ›

Gaza students back to school after five-month shutdown

Gaza students back to school after five-month shutdown

Some 285,000 students at U.N.-run schools and 277,000 pupils at public schools in the coastal enclave head back to school this week; they are not… Read More ›

Likud, Blue and White scotch cabinet meeting, trade barbs as impasse deepens

Likud, Blue and White scotch cabinet meeting, trade barbs as impasse deepens

Move comes after sides refuse to agree on agenda for weekly summit, marking new low for crumbling coalition as parties remain split over budget  … Read More ›

Lebanon President Says He Knew Of Chemicals At Port In July

Lebanon President Says He Knew Of Chemicals At Port In July

  BEIRUT (AP) — Lebanese President Michel Aoun knew about the huge stockpile of explosive material stored at Beirut’s port nearly three weeks before it… Read More ›

Trump signs executive actions after stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill

Trump signs executive actions after stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill

President Donald Trump tried to assert executive power by signing four actions Saturday, one of which will provide as much as $400 in enhanced unemployment… Read More ›

Beirut port manager among 16 held in blast probe

Beirut port manager among 16 held in blast probe

“Sixteen people have been taken into custody as part of the investigation,” NNA quoted Akiki as saying. He said the investigation was continuing.   Lebanese… Read More ›

Beirut’s tragedy may befall Israel as well

Beirut’s tragedy may befall Israel as well

Opinion: The circumstances which led to the accident in Beirut bear a terrifying similarity to the situation in Haifa, since our politicians will never let… Read More ›

Lebanon’s leaders face rage, reform calls after blast; 16 port staffers detained

Lebanon’s leaders face rage, reform calls after blast; 16 port staffers detained

Grief turns to anger as Lebanese fume over negligence, corruption; France’s Macron in Beirut vows support for public; investigators hold workers, officials for questioning  … Read More ›

Polish-language Newspaper In Toronto Blames Jews For The Pandemic

Polish-language Newspaper In Toronto Blames Jews For The Pandemic

TORONTO (JTA) – A Polish-language newspaper in Toronto has published an article blaming Jews for the coronavirus pandemic. B’nai Brith Canada, an organization that fights… Read More ›

Hospitals in Beirut were so badly damaged by the explosion that many can’t admit new patients

Hospitals in Beirut were so badly damaged by the explosion that many can’t admit new patients

  A massive explosion that destroyed buildings and killed at least 100 people in Beirut on Tuesday damaged some city hospitals so badly they can’t… Read More ›