Articles by: JewishNews-David

IDF warns Hamas likely to spark war in Gaza in bid for international support

IDF warns Hamas likely to spark war in Gaza in bid for international support

Intelligence assesses terror group no longer opposes full-scale conflict, seeing it as a way to bring in reconstruction funds for beleaguered enclave; IDF developing war… Read More ›

Gantz was wrong on the Gaza war

Gantz was wrong on the Gaza war

Opinion: The former chief of staff should have been honest about the military’s shortcomings during the 2014 conflict, in particular the failure to identify the… Read More ›

In 2017, Ori Ansbacher’s alleged killer told Shin Bet he wanted to be a ‘martyr’

In 2017, Ori Ansbacher’s alleged killer told Shin Bet he wanted to be a ‘martyr’

After Palestinian suspect was arrested two years ago attempting to enter Temple Mount with a knife, he told investigators he was trying to get sent… Read More ›

China’s hopes of becoming the world’s largest economy are hitting a major roadblock

China’s hopes of becoming the world’s largest economy are hitting a major roadblock

  China’s growth potential could slow to 4.5% by 2030, according to analysts. Officials have shifted to stimulus programs, including tax cuts and infrastructure incentives,… Read More ›

Analysis: Trump ignites new immigration furor ahead of State of the Union

Analysis: Trump ignites new immigration furor ahead of State of the Union

  President Donald Trump is carving new divides on immigration ahead of his State of the Union address that likely offer a more reliable guide… Read More ›

Iranian-Backed Militias Threaten US Forces in Iraq

Iranian-Backed Militias Threaten US Forces in Iraq

Video shows pro-Iranian militia seeking to stop a US patrol and warning the US against “provocations”   Members of the Hashd al-Shaabi, the Iranian-backed Shi’ite… Read More ›

In honor of grandma: Teen cancels bar mitzvah party to help cancer patients

In honor of grandma: Teen cancels bar mitzvah party to help cancer patients

The special bond between Eyal and his grandmother, who died of the illness two years ago, led the 13-year-old to forgo his coming-of-age bash and… Read More ›

New York – Some Journalists Wonder If Their Profession Is Tweet-crazy

New York – Some Journalists Wonder If Their Profession Is Tweet-crazy

  New York – If Twitter is the town square for journalists, some are ready to step away. That’s happening this week at the online… Read More ›

Analysis: Why America’s fight with Huawei matters

Analysis: Why America’s fight with Huawei matters

Hong Kong – The United States has ramped up its fight with China over technology by revealing charges against top telecoms company Huawei. The US… Read More ›

Why a military spat between Japan and South Korea could snowball into crisis

Why a military spat between Japan and South Korea could snowball into crisis

  Japan and South Korea are engaged in a heated military dispute that analysts say could damage the already tenuous geopolitical situation in northeast Asia… Read More ›

New Ethiopian-israeli Party Joins Knesset Race

New Ethiopian-israeli Party Joins Knesset Race

The party is headed by former Member of Knesset Alali Adamso, a veteran of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor.   A new party… Read More ›

Israeli military tweets that a missile attack on Iranian elite forces in Syria is underway

Israeli military tweets that a missile attack on Iranian elite forces in Syria is underway

  Israel’s Defense Forces (IDF) have tweeted that they have begun striking Iranian targets inside Syria. Israel’s powerful military tweeted that they are targeting elite… Read More ›

New York – Outpouring Of Generosity For TSA Workers, Others Without Pay

New York – Outpouring Of Generosity For TSA Workers, Others Without Pay

  New York – The partial government shutdown is a double-whammy for Cara and Philip Mangone, a married couple from Philadelphia. Both are agents with… Read More ›

Democrats target Trump’s State of the Union address in shutdown fight

Democrats target Trump’s State of the Union address in shutdown fight

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking to move the day of the State of the Union… Read More ›

Trump says he had ‘great conversation’ with Putin, calls media reports ‘nonsense’

Trump says he had ‘great conversation’ with Putin, calls media reports ‘nonsense’

  Washington – President Donald Trump blasted recent reports by The Washington Post and The New York Times that raised questions about his private meetings… Read More ›

New York – Ride-hailing Subscriptions: Are They Worth It?

New York – Ride-hailing Subscriptions: Are They Worth It?

  New York – The start of a new year often coincides with a surge in monthly memberships to gyms. Ride-hailing services are hoping customers… Read More ›

Trump’s threat of national-emergency declaration to fund the border wall is leaving Capitol Hill in shock

Trump’s threat of national-emergency declaration to fund the border wall is leaving Capitol Hill in shock

  President Donald Trump has been floating a national-emergency declaration in order to start the construction of a border wall without congressional approval. Democrats said… Read More ›

Israeli scientists say they found flower that can hear approaching bees

Israeli scientists say they found flower that can hear approaching bees

Using petals as ears, the evening primrose sweetens its nectar in minutes when it hears sounds at the frequency of bees’ wing-beats   Israeli scientists… Read More ›

New York – Couple Reunited With Engagement Ring Dropped In NYC Sewer

New York – Couple Reunited With Engagement Ring Dropped In NYC Sewer

New York – Police in New York City say they helped a couple ring in the new year by reuniting them with their missing engagement… Read More ›

Trump said he ‘can relate’ to the federal employees who aren’t getting paid as shutdown talks stall

Trump said he ‘can relate’ to the federal employees who aren’t getting paid as shutdown talks stall

  President Donald Trump said Sunday that he “can relate” to the hundreds of thousands of federal workers who were furloughed or forced to work… Read More ›