Articles by: JewishNews-Abe

Iranian air chief: ‘We’re ready for war that will destroy Israel’

Iranian air chief: ‘We’re ready for war that will destroy Israel’

IDF says rocket attack on Hermon, which prompted airstrikes on Iranian installations, was planned ‘months ago’ and approved by Syria   Amid fears of escalation,… Read More ›

Knesset to Celebrate Its 70th ‘birthday’ on Tu Bishvat

Knesset to Celebrate Its 70th ‘birthday’ on Tu Bishvat

The Agriculture Ministry will decorate the Knesset in the spirit of the holiday, with fruit.   The Knesset will celebrate the 70th anniversary of its… Read More ›

EU Parliament Calls to Recover Art Looted by Nazis in Holocaust & WWII

EU Parliament Calls to Recover Art Looted by Nazis in Holocaust & WWII

Resolution calls for comprehensive database for Jewish-owned artworks seized by the Nazis.   The European Parliament adopted a resolution on Thursday calling on the European… Read More ›

Talmud-inspired learning craze sweeps South Korea

Talmud-inspired learning craze sweeps South Korea

Some think the key to unlocking academic success can be found in Jewish approaches to education, leading to the establishment of dozens of chavruta-themed institutions… Read More ›

Moshe Arens, defender of the state

Moshe Arens, defender of the state

Analysis: From engaging with Saddam to trying to build the first Israeli fighter jet, the late engineer-turned-politician doggedly devoted his life to preserving the Jewish… Read More ›

IDF officer, 4 soldiers arrested for allegedly beating Palestinian suspects

IDF officer, 4 soldiers arrested for allegedly beating Palestinian suspects

Servicemen from religious Netzah Yehuda battalion suspected of attacking detainees as revenge for terror attack in which two comrades were killed   Military Police on… Read More ›

Democratic leaders dig in on wall fight: ‘Trump must stop holding the American people hostage’

Democratic leaders dig in on wall fight: ‘Trump must stop holding the American people hostage’

Washington – Only minutes after President Donald Trump gave his first prime-time address from the Oval Office, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader… Read More ›

Brasilia – Brazil Wants To Move Its Israel Embassy, But No Date Yet: Presidential Aide

Brasilia – Brazil Wants To Move Its Israel Embassy, But No Date Yet: Presidential Aide

  Brasilia – The national security adviser to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that the leader wants to move Brazil’s embassy in Israel… Read More ›

Thousands of tourists flee Thai islands as Tropical Storm Pabuk approaches

Thousands of tourists flee Thai islands as Tropical Storm Pabuk approaches

  Bangkok – Thousands of people are fleeing Thai islands popular with tourists ahead of what could be the most devastating storm to hit in… Read More ›

Haley Departs U.N. Post, but Won’t Go Silently on Twitter

Haley Departs U.N. Post, but Won’t Go Silently on Twitter

Her final tweet as ambassador was a parting shot at UNESCO.   WASHINGTON – Nikki Haley left her UN ambassadorship to fanfare this week, celebrated on Twitter… Read More ›

Trump: Iran can do whatever it wants in Syria

Trump: Iran can do whatever it wants in Syria

A day after Netanyahu and Pompeo discussed ‘how to intensify even further Israel’s intelligence and operations cooperation in Syria,’ U.S. president appears to change course… Read More ›

Burlington, NC – Lion Kills Worker After Escaping Locked Area At Conservatory

Burlington, NC – Lion Kills Worker After Escaping Locked Area At Conservatory

Burlington, NC – A wildlife conservatory in North Carolina says a worker has been killed by a lion that got loose from a locked space.… Read More ›

Graham: ‘We’re in a pause situation’ on Syria after meeting with Trump

Graham: ‘We’re in a pause situation’ on Syria after meeting with Trump

  Washington – Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham says President Donald Trump now understands what is at stake in Syria and has agreed to slowing, for… Read More ›

Chicago – Sears Chair Lampert Makes $4.4 Billion Bid To Keep Retailer Alive

Chicago – Sears Chair Lampert Makes $4.4 Billion Bid To Keep Retailer Alive

  Chicago—Sears Holdings Corp Chairman Eddie Lampert submitted a $4.4 billion takeover bid for the bankrupt U.S. retailer, representing its only chance of escaping liquidation… Read More ›

Trump responds to migrant child deaths by blaming Democrats: ‘If we had a Wall, they wouldn’t even try!’

Trump responds to migrant child deaths by blaming Democrats: ‘If we had a Wall, they wouldn’t even try!’

    President Trump blamed Democrats for the December deaths of two children that were in Customs and Border Protection custody. One child was held… Read More ›

A very kosher revolution in Tiberias

A very kosher revolution in Tiberias

As part of his plan to limit the ultra-Orthodox influence in the northern city, newly elected mayor Ron Kobi seeks to incorporate a different organization… Read More ›

Berlin – US Envoy Urges Independent Probe Of German Reporter’s Fraud For Fabricating Stories About United States

Berlin – US Envoy Urges Independent Probe Of German Reporter’s Fraud For Fabricating Stories About United States

  The U.S. ambassador in Germany is calling for an independent investigation into the actions of a German journalist who for years fabricated elements of… Read More ›

Trump asking advisers if he can legally fire Fed chief

Trump asking advisers if he can legally fire Fed chief

President Donald Trump has begun polling advisers about whether he has the legal authority to fire Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell, according to two people… Read More ›

Shocking Syria withdrawal plan is pure Trump

Shocking Syria withdrawal plan is pure Trump

  President Donald Trump once famously said he knew more about ISIS than US generals do. Now he wants to prove it. His big gamble… Read More ›

‘Our enemies may kill our children, but they won’t break us’

‘Our enemies may kill our children, but they won’t break us’

Speaking at a press conference, Shira and Amichai Ish-Ran, parents of premature-born infant, who succumbed to his wounds on Wednesday, say their son succeeded in… Read More ›