Articles by: JewishNews-Ester

The Russian exploitation of a good crisis

The Russian exploitation of a good crisis

Analysis: Russia really had no interest in hearing the Israeli version of the Latakia offensive. Moscow’s reception of the IAF commander to explain Israel’s version… Read More ›

UN summit kicks off with appeals against Trump unilateralism

UN summit kicks off with appeals against Trump unilateralism

At event honoring Nelson Mandela, General Assembly leader says drifting away from multilateralism puts planet at peril   UNITED NATIONS (AP) — World leaders kicked… Read More ›

Report: Qatar pushed Gaza deal before May violence; plan never reached PM

Report: Qatar pushed Gaza deal before May violence; plan never reached PM

Israel’s former ambassador to UNESCO says Netanyahu’s office did not accept the Qatari letter for procedural reasons; ‘the signs were very clear that there was… Read More ›

The double standard of the ICC

The double standard of the ICC

Op-ed: The US is justified in its refusal to cooperate with the ICC over alleged war crimes committed by its forces and close allies, democratic… Read More ›

PA daily reports Israel shot, arrested ‘child’ over ‘claim’ he killed Ari Fuld

PA daily reports Israel shot, arrested ‘child’ over ‘claim’ he killed Ari Fuld

Al-Hayat Al-Jadida also inaccurately says Khalil Jabarin was shot by Israeli soldiers, while he was in fact shot by the fatally wounded Fuld and a… Read More ›

Lawrence, MA – Officials: Teen Killed In Explosion That Rocked Massachuchets

Lawrence, MA – Officials: Teen Killed In Explosion That Rocked Massachuchets

  Lawrence, MA – Authorities say an 18-year-old man has died after a house exploded amid gas explosions north of Boston, sending a chimney crashing… Read More ›

Netanyahu: 17 Years After 9/11 Attacks, Europe Appeasing Iranian Terror

Netanyahu: 17 Years After 9/11 Attacks, Europe Appeasing Iranian Terror

Netanyahu took European leaders to task for “appeasing Iran,” something he said “helps the unending attack on the values and security of free societies.”  … Read More ›

Watergate’s Woodward Says Times Trump Op-ed Not Up to His Standards

Watergate’s Woodward Says Times Trump Op-ed Not Up to His Standards

Woodward claimed the op-ed was “too vague” and “does not meet the standards” to be published.   WASHINGTON – Bob Woodward, the author of a new… Read More ›

Washington – US Redirecting $25M In Aid For East Jerusalem Hospitals

Washington – US Redirecting $25M In Aid For East Jerusalem Hospitals

Washington – The Trump administration said Saturday that it is cutting $25 million meant for East Jerusalem hospitals and putting the money toward “high-priority projects… Read More ›

Paul Manafort’s lawyers have reportedly resumed talks of a possible plea deal ahead of his second trial

Paul Manafort’s lawyers have reportedly resumed talks of a possible plea deal ahead of his second trial

  Paul Manafort’s lawyers are reportedly talking to prosecutors about a plea deal before his upcoming trial in Washington, DC. Manafort is charged with conspiracy,… Read More ›

UK Names Two Russians for Attempted Murder of Skripals

UK Names Two Russians for Attempted Murder of Skripals

Neil Basu, Head of Counter Terrorism policing, said the two suspects were traveling under aliases but were around 40 years old and had genuine Russian… Read More ›

Erez border crossing closes due to violent clashes

Erez border crossing closes due to violent clashes

Following riots at Gaza Strip’s main personnel crossing with Israel, which resulted in heavy damage to infrastructure, IDF announces closure of crossing until damages are… Read More ›

Chief Rabbi Yosef Suspected of Criminal Violation

Chief Rabbi Yosef Suspected of Criminal Violation

Yosef lobbied members of the electoral committee for the Council of the Chief Rabbinate to vote in favor of his close associate and politically agreed… Read More ›

Don McGahn to leave job as White House counsel, Trump says

Don McGahn to leave job as White House counsel, Trump says

Washington – President Donald Trump said Wednesday that Don McGahn will leave his job as White House counsel this fall following Supreme Court Justice nominee… Read More ›

Syrian Regime Cracks Down on Former Rebel Areas Near Golan

Syrian Regime Cracks Down on Former Rebel Areas Near Golan

Former Syrian rebels agreed to serve with regime forces, but some locals have protested in Daraa amid renewed raids on former rebel areas.   In… Read More ›

New York – For Many Young Investors, The Stock Market’s Only Gone Up

New York – For Many Young Investors, The Stock Market’s Only Gone Up

  New York – Meet the generation of investors who haven’t known a bear market. The U.S. stock market has been on the upswing for… Read More ›

What do the three players stand to gain from the Gaza ceasefire deal?

What do the three players stand to gain from the Gaza ceasefire deal?

Analysis: A wide-scale ceasefire arrangement between Israel and Hamas is the best option of all the alternatives Israel has to consider; All three players involved… Read More ›

Jewish UK Labour group says leaders censored material on anti-Semitism

Jewish UK Labour group says leaders censored material on anti-Semitism

Jeremy Corbyn’s party accused of scrapping presentation on 2 suspended party members, ‘deliberately undermining’ reform efforts   A Jewish group affiliated with Britain’s Labour movement… Read More ›

Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters see a ‘Zionist’ conspiracy against him

Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters see a ‘Zionist’ conspiracy against him

The scandals come fast and furious, but the Labour leader’s backers see nefarious plots by ‘wealthy and powerful circles’ behind the barrage of troubling revelations… Read More ›

US President Trump Calls Black Former Aide a ‘Lowlife’ and a ‘Dog’

US President Trump Calls Black Former Aide a ‘Lowlife’ and a ‘Dog’

The White House dismissed criticism of the president’s tweets.   WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump is attacking Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African American… Read More ›