Articles by: JewishNews-David

Coronavirus: Brazil variant mutating, becoming more dangerous – study

Coronavirus: Brazil variant mutating, becoming more dangerous – study

The changes could make the virus more resistant to vaccines.   Brazil’s P1 coronavirus variant, behind a deadly COVID-19 surge in the Latin American country… Read More ›

Minnesota officer shouted ‘Taser!’ but fired a gun instead, fatally shooting a man at a traffic stop, police say

Minnesota officer shouted ‘Taser!’ but fired a gun instead, fatally shooting a man at a traffic stop, police say

A 20-year-old man was fatally shot during a traffic stop after a Minnesota police officer shouted “Taser!” but fired a handgun instead, Brooklyn Center Police… Read More ›

Do not write off Netanyahu just yet

Do not write off Netanyahu just yet

Opinion: The veteran master of tricks and shticks is starting to run out of new material and the latest alleged talks regarding making him ‘President… Read More ›

After day in court, Netanyahu rails at prosecutors, alleging ‘coup attempt’

After day in court, Netanyahu rails at prosecutors, alleging ‘coup attempt’

PM says probe against him was illegally opened with goal of removing him from power, claims cops, prosecutors trying ‘to trample democracy… attempting to annul… Read More ›

Netanyahu’s trial may not be decided in court

Netanyahu’s trial may not be decided in court

Analysis: As the prime minister’s corruption trial is getting underway in Jerusalem, the defendant is busy trying to find a way to persuade the president… Read More ›

Marjorie Taylor-Greene dubs COVID-19 vaccine passports ‘Mark of the Beast’

Marjorie Taylor-Greene dubs COVID-19 vaccine passports ‘Mark of the Beast’

She added that any company requiring one is engaging in a practice she dubs as “corporate communism.”   Freshman US lawmaker Rep. Marjorie Taylor-Greene (R-Georgia)… Read More ›

UN officials condemn Myanmar junta after 100-plus civilians killed in one day

UN officials condemn Myanmar junta after 100-plus civilians killed in one day

Two top UN officials condemned Myanmar’s military junta in the wake of the bloodiest day of protests yet against the military coup that overthrew the… Read More ›

Unlikely kingmaker Mansour Abbas is playing for the pot

Unlikely kingmaker Mansour Abbas is playing for the pot

Opinion: Islamist party leader’s gamble in splintering from Joint List paid off, and his rightwing suitors should realize that while he does prefer a conservative… Read More ›

New Hope No. 2 says Likud offered her Education Ministry to defect

New Hope No. 2 says Likud offered her Education Ministry to defect

Yifat Shasha-Biton also says her faction will not partner with Joint List, calls on Netanyahu to step down   The No. 2 lawmaker in the… Read More ›

Israelis go to vote yet again tomorrow in fourth election in two years

Israelis go to vote yet again tomorrow in fourth election in two years

With criticism between candidates left and right and unclear rotation options for prime minister, who is going to win the Israeli elections in 2021?  … Read More ›

Israel has a chance to heal itself

Israel has a chance to heal itself

Opinion: The coronavirus crisis has shone a light on multiple issues that have festered under the surface for decades, and the pandemic has given us… Read More ›

Bennett rebuffs Likud minister’s call to pledge loyalty to Netanyahu

Bennett rebuffs Likud minister’s call to pledge loyalty to Netanyahu

Refusing to vow support for PM ahead of election, Yamina chair tells Miri Regev he was instead expecting a resignation letter from her   Transportation… Read More ›

Day of reckoning for the ultra-Orthodox community

Day of reckoning for the ultra-Orthodox community

Opinion: While Liberman’s statement that he would send the Haredim and Netanyahu to the nearest dump’ is deplorable, the ensuing outcry draws focus from real… Read More ›

Tackling sexual abuse among ultra-Orthodox is especially difficult – analysis

Tackling sexual abuse among ultra-Orthodox is especially difficult – analysis

  The harrowing details of the allegations of rape and sexual abuse against Zaka founder Yehuda Meshi-Zahav have made for horrifying reading in recent days.… Read More ›

Kochavi to discuss ICC probe, Hezbollah with European leaders

Kochavi to discuss ICC probe, Hezbollah with European leaders

IDF senior sources said that Kochavi intends to discuss with the European leaders about security-related issues with an emphasis on Iran and Lebanon.   IDF… Read More ›

Israel is not to blame for the failure of the Iran nuclear deal

Israel is not to blame for the failure of the Iran nuclear deal

Opinion: From the start, the 2015 international accord failed to accomplish the goals it set out to achieve, Jerusalem was merely one voice pointing out… Read More ›

Changes To UK Bill Would Make It Easier To Punish Husbands Who Refuse Jewish Divorce

Changes To UK Bill Would Make It Easier To Punish Husbands Who Refuse Jewish Divorce

  UNITED KINGDOM (JTA) — Changes to a United Kingdom bill on domestic abuse make it easier to punish Jewish husbands who refuse to grant… Read More ›

British royal family plunged into crisis after Harry and Meghan allege racism and neglect in Oprah interview

British royal family plunged into crisis after Harry and Meghan allege racism and neglect in Oprah interview

London – Britain’s royal family was facing a once-in-a-generation crisis on Monday after Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, rocked the institution with a… Read More ›

71st Armored Battalion completes preparations for war on Northern Front

71st Armored Battalion completes preparations for war on Northern Front

“One tank, in its firepower, equals a company of infantry soldiers.”   As the IDF closely follows Hezbollah’s moves behind the northern border, the 71st… Read More ›

Feds Oppose Release Of Arizona Man Who Wore Horns In Riot

Feds Oppose Release Of Arizona Man Who Wore Horns In Riot

  PHOENIX (AP) — Prosecutors in Washington are opposing the pretrial release of an Arizona man who stormed the U.S. Capitol nearly two months ago… Read More ›