Articles by: JewishNews-Aryeh

Los Angeles – Study Suggests Building Second Hollywood Sign To Ease Crowds

Los Angeles – Study Suggests Building Second Hollywood Sign To Ease Crowds

  Los Angeles – Locals and tourists alike appreciate the Hollywood sign, so why not build another? That’s one of the suggestions from a study… Read More ›

IDF Court: Ahed Tamimi to be Jailed Untile End of Trial

IDF Court: Ahed Tamimi to be Jailed Untile End of Trial

The IDF prosecution stated that Tamimi has a “pattern of lawbreaking” which requires her to remain in detention   The Judea Military Court on Wednesday… Read More ›

After Yair Netanyahu’s Scandal, Has Israel Become a Nation Without Shame?

After Yair Netanyahu’s Scandal, Has Israel Become a Nation Without Shame?

Even in the midst of the #Metoo scandals around the world, the prime minister will not be harmed by his son visiting a stripper.  … Read More ›

Nightclub owner says Yair Netanyahu was a regular

Nightclub owner says Yair Netanyahu was a regular

The PM’s son would get special treatment at club; release of recording also caused minor diplomatic incident as Japanese embassy rushed to determine who Yair… Read More ›

If you want to annex, annex—don’t talk

If you want to annex, annex—don’t talk

Op-ed: The Likud Central Committee’s decision to apply Israeli law to Judea and Samaria raises a smoke screen over the fact that right-wing governments haven’t… Read More ›

Egyptian media instructed to promote acceptance of Jerusalem recognition

Egyptian media instructed to promote acceptance of Jerusalem recognition

Though Cairo publicly critical of Trump for recognizing Israel’s capital, recordings obtained by NY Times show leaders pushed for conciliatory messaging by TV hosts  … Read More ›

The lies behind the supermarket bill

The lies behind the supermarket bill

Op-ed: The common belief is that people who work on Shabbat are weakened workers from the lower class, but new figures reveal that working on… Read More ›

Iranian protestors keeping with revolutionary tradition

Iranian protestors keeping with revolutionary tradition

Analysis: Iran is a much more open country than Israelis think, and people there are used to protests; only this time, unlike in 2009, the… Read More ›

Ex-IDF Deputiy Chief: Gaza-West Bank Split Good for Israeli Security

Ex-IDF Deputiy Chief: Gaza-West Bank Split Good for Israeli Security

The two Palestinian factions reconciled last month, but the process of building a unity government is slow and daunting.   The rift between Hamas in… Read More ›

Abbas left with an empty diplomatic toolbox

Abbas left with an empty diplomatic toolbox

Analysis: Despite their declarations, the Palestinians understand there will be no peace negotiations without American mediation; another UN discussion and another General Assembly resolution will… Read More ›

Argentine court rules Alberto Nisman’s death a murder

Argentine court rules Alberto Nisman’s death a murder

Death of special prosecutor who was probing 1994 Jewish center bombing ‘could not have been a suicide,’ judge finds   The Argentine special prosecutor who… Read More ›

North Korea calls latest UN sanctions ‘an act of war’

North Korea calls latest UN sanctions ‘an act of war’

A new round of United Nations sanctions against North Korea are an “act of war,” Pyongyang said Sunday, adding that the US and other nations… Read More ›

New York – Edward Snowden Unveils Phone App, Haven, To Spy On Spies

New York – Edward Snowden Unveils Phone App, Haven, To Spy On Spies

New York – The former National Security Agency contractor who exposed U.S. government surveillance programs by disclosing classified material in 2013 has a new job:… Read More ›

Despite threats, Trump team undecided on how to punish countries for UN vote

Despite threats, Trump team undecided on how to punish countries for UN vote

While State Department says ‘no decisions have been made,’ another US official says ‘countries are no longer going to be given a free pass for… Read More ›

176 Nations at UN Call for Palestinian Statehood

176 Nations at UN Call for Palestinian Statehood

The United States, Canada and Israel were among the seven that opposed the text; four states abstained.   The General Assembly voted 176-7 on Tuesday… Read More ›

Trump’s announcement a rare strategic opportunity

Trump’s announcement a rare strategic opportunity

Op-ed: The ‘Jewish Jerusalem’ narrative presented by the US president demonstrates to the Palestinians that an ongoing postponement of any compromise would only help Israel… Read More ›

Jerusalem recognition: A Jewish-Christian reconciliation

Jerusalem recognition: A Jewish-Christian reconciliation

Op-ed: Jerusalem occupies a unique spot in Christianity, which includes not only religious sacredness but a political status as well. Both Christians and Jews chose… Read More ›

White House: Abbas’s rhetoric ‘has prevented peace for years’

White House: Abbas’s rhetoric ‘has prevented peace for years’

After PA chief says US peace role is over, Washington insists Trump ‘remains as committed to peace as ever’; Netanyahu says Israel unimpressed by Palestinian… Read More ›

Firebombs hurled at synagogue in Sweden after protest march over Jerusalem

Firebombs hurled at synagogue in Sweden after protest march over Jerusalem

At rallies across Europe, participants chant about shooting Jews, an ancient massacre of Jews and freedom for Palestinian terrorists   More than a dozen men… Read More ›

Analysis: Upending the Applecart

Analysis: Upending the Applecart

Along comes Trump, the most untraditional and nonconformist of all US presidents, and says “enough is enough.” What has been tried didn’t work, so it’s… Read More ›