Articles by: JewishNews-Aryeh

White supremacists, Soros, ‘Russians,’ and antifa blamed for US protests

White supremacists, Soros, ‘Russians,’ and antifa blamed for US protests

Despite lack of evidence, conspiracy theories advanced by politicians and commentators on the Left and Right seek to argue that protests were organized by professionals… Read More ›

Trump to sign executive order on social media Thursday, says spokeswoman

Trump to sign executive order on social media Thursday, says spokeswoman

Trump’s latest dispute with social media emerged after Twitter flagged one of Trump’s tweets this week.   U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive… Read More ›

Pandemic brings smaller, subdued US Memorial Day observances

Pandemic brings smaller, subdued US Memorial Day observances

Coronavirus forces Americans to honor war dead, and virus fatalities, with online tributes and small processions instead of parades as outbreak’s US death toll nears… Read More ›

First fuel tanker from Iranian flotilla reaches Venezuela’s economic zone

First fuel tanker from Iranian flotilla reaches Venezuela’s economic zone

Washington is considering measures in response, a senior US official said without elaborating.   The first of five Iranian tankers carrying fuel for gasoline-starved Venezuela… Read More ›

Iran leader accuses UAE of ‘treachery’ after first direct flight to Israel

Iran leader accuses UAE of ‘treachery’ after first direct flight to Israel

Etihad Airways flies 16 tons of aid for Palestinians via Tel Aviv, but Khamenei says Gulf states ‘betray Palestine by supporting Israel;’ calls for armed… Read More ›

Senior MKs scramble to meet Netanyahu hoping for ministerial posts

Senior MKs scramble to meet Netanyahu hoping for ministerial posts

Likud rebels held up swearing in Thursday, Netanyahu seeking to placate Dichter, Hanegbi, Saar   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was set to meet with Likud… Read More ›

Hundreds attend funeral of slain IDF soldier

Hundreds attend funeral of slain IDF soldier

Father of Amit Ben Yigal mourns loss of only son, saying ‘I don’t have anything else’; Defense Minister Bennett vows troops will ‘find the terrorist’… Read More ›

West Bank annexation will be the end of Israeli-Jordanian peace

West Bank annexation will be the end of Israeli-Jordanian peace

Opinion: By annexing parts of the West Bank, Israel would put the Hashemite Kingdom at risk of an influx of Palestinians and it should protest… Read More ›

PM said seeking Gantz’s okay for 36 ministers now, in bid to bring in Yamina

PM said seeking Gantz’s okay for 36 ministers now, in bid to bring in Yamina

Coalition deal calls for no more than 32 ministers for first 6 months; Bennett charges Netanyahu doesn’t want Yamina in the new government   Prime… Read More ›

Arrests Made In Shooting Death Of Black Man After Outcry

Arrests Made In Shooting Death Of Black Man After Outcry

  SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Georgia authorities arrested a white father and son Thursday and charged them with murder in the February shooting death of… Read More ›

3 Russian Doctors Fall From Hospital Windows During Pandemic

3 Russian Doctors Fall From Hospital Windows During Pandemic

  MOSCOW (AP) — Two Russian doctors have died and another was seriously injured in falls from hospital windows after they reportedly came under pressure… Read More ›

The Wuhan lab at the center of the US-China blame game: What we know and what we don’t

The Wuhan lab at the center of the US-China blame game: What we know and what we don’t

Hong Kong – Questions surrounding the origins of the novel coronavirus have sparked a war of words between Washington and Beijing — and threatens to… Read More ›

Israel plans to build it’s first ever vaccine factory in Yeruham

Israel plans to build it’s first ever vaccine factory in Yeruham

According to the model, Tens of millions of vaccine units, of various types, will be manufactured in Yeruham, which will ensure Israeli self-sufficience during both… Read More ›

Don’t die of shame in the coronavirus crisis

Don’t die of shame in the coronavirus crisis

Opinion: The government will not take responsibility for its coronavirus failings, so it is up to us all keep ourselves and others safe – and… Read More ›

New virus cases plummet to just 23 in past 24 hours, lowest in 6 weeks

New virus cases plummet to just 23 in past 24 hours, lowest in 6 weeks

Health Ministry figures also show sharp drop in the percentage of coronavirus tests that came back positive to just 0.5%; 3 more die as toll… Read More ›

Amsterdam’s Jewish nursing home lost over 20% of its residents to COVID-19

Amsterdam’s Jewish nursing home lost over 20% of its residents to COVID-19

Beth Shalom struggles to contain the spread and to answer questions if it could have acted sooner, or done more to save the lives of… Read More ›

Economy takes big step toward reopening in shadow of coronavirus

Economy takes big step toward reopening in shadow of coronavirus

Fate of schools to be decided as early as Sunday * Death toll nears 200, only 99 intubated   Israelis will wake up on Sunday… Read More ›

Coronavirus: 14,498 infected, patients in serious condition decreasing

Coronavirus: 14,498 infected, patients in serious condition decreasing

Cabinet approves Independence Day lockdown; Parents demand early education reopen as gov’t weighs next coronavirus steps   As the authorities deliberate strategies to gradually lift… Read More ›

Trump Says He Will Help Ny’s Cuomo Secure More Virus Testing

Trump Says He Will Help Ny’s Cuomo Secure More Virus Testing

  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said he and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo agreed in an Oval Office meeting Tuesday to work to… Read More ›

Trump and Biden launch battle over China that could define 2020 election

Trump and Biden launch battle over China that could define 2020 election

President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden are unleashing the first shots over China and the coronavirus pandemic that could turn into a… Read More ›