Articles by: JewishNews-Ilan

US acts on declaration settlements are legal, extends deal to West Bank

US acts on declaration settlements are legal, extends deal to West Bank

Prof. Eugene Kontorovich of George Mason Law School and director of the Israeli think tank Kohelet Policy Forum was a major proponent of the policy… Read More ›

Israeli COVID-19 vaccine to begin human trials next week

Israeli COVID-19 vaccine to begin human trials next week

“I am confident in our vaccine, I believe in it and in the ability of the institute scientists who developed it” – IIBR director, Prof.… Read More ›

WATCH: Stakes High As Trump & Biden Head Into Final Debate

WATCH: Stakes High As Trump & Biden Head Into Final Debate

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden hurtled toward Thursday night’s final debate. The two men headed for Nashville before… Read More ›

Fact checking the final 2020 presidential election debate

Fact checking the final 2020 presidential election debate

Thursday’s final presidential debate may be the last opportunity for both President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden to reach a massive national… Read More ›

Trump to drop Sudan from terror list in presumed prelude to Israel normalization

Trump to drop Sudan from terror list in presumed prelude to Israel normalization

Northeast African nation, under strong pressure from Washington, would become 3rd Muslim-majority country in two months to formalize ties with Israel   NEW YORK —… Read More ›

Trump, Biden Go On Offense In States They’re Trying To Flip

Trump, Biden Go On Offense In States They’re Trying To Flip

  LAS VEGAS (AP) — President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden went on offense Sunday, with each campaigning in states they are trying… Read More ›

This 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19

This 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19

  As scientists around the world race to find a treatment for the coronavirus, a young girl among them stands out. Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old… Read More ›

Local authorities are key to winning coronavirus war

Local authorities are key to winning coronavirus war

Opinion: The IDF Home Front Command brings manpower, organizational skills and money to municipalities as they move to control the outbreaks in their areas –… Read More ›

Trump Holds 1st Rally Since Contracting Coronavirus

Trump Holds 1st Rally Since Contracting Coronavirus

  SANFORD, Florida (AP) — Just a week after his release from the hospital, President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail Monday for the… Read More ›

Trump launches frenzied campaign offensive hoping for a turnaround

Trump launches frenzied campaign offensive hoping for a turnaround

The next three weeks will likely amount to the busiest of President Donald Trump’s tenure in terms of schedule and travel, pushing the 74-year-old President… Read More ›

House Calls Bring Jewish Tradition Of Sukkot To The Isolated

House Calls Bring Jewish Tradition Of Sukkot To The Isolated

  NEW YORK (AP) — Sukkot, the weeklong Jewish fall holiday commemorating God’s miraculous protection of the Jewish people in the desert, looks different this… Read More ›

Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive

Top Trump aide Stephen Miller tests positive

WASHINGTON (AP) – Stephen Miller, President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and speechwriter, tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday. A senior administration official said Miller had… Read More ›

Commission to allow Pence to debate without plexiglass barriers around him

Commission to allow Pence to debate without plexiglass barriers around him

The commission organizing general election debates will allow Mike Pence to participate without plexiglass barriers around him at Wednesday’s contest after the vice president’s team… Read More ›

Israeli tourism minister resigns to protest Netanyahu

Israeli tourism minister resigns to protest Netanyahu

  JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s tourism minister resigned from the fractious government Friday, saying he doesn’t have an “ounce of trust” in Prime Minister Benjamin… Read More ›

Netanyahu, in UN speech, warns of more Hezbollah peril for Beirut

Netanyahu, in UN speech, warns of more Hezbollah peril for Beirut

PM says ‘no doubt’ other Arab, Muslim states will sign treaties.   Hezbollah has a secret arms depot next to a gas company that could… Read More ›

The Mitzvah to Eat Today

The Mitzvah to Eat Today

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5TJT.com THE MITZVAH The Shulchan Aruch (OC 604:1) rules that there is a Torah Mitzvah on Erev Yom Kippur to… Read More ›

The most shocking revelations from The New York Times report about Trump’s tax returns

The most shocking revelations from The New York Times report about Trump’s tax returns

  An investigation released by The New York Times on Sunday gave Americans a look into President Trump’s finances. Trump reportedly paid just $750 in federal income… Read More ›

Elizabeth Warren, AOC blast Wells Fargo CEO for blaming ‘very limited pool of Black talent’ for the bank’s trouble hitting its diversity-hiring goals

Elizabeth Warren, AOC blast Wells Fargo CEO for blaming ‘very limited pool of Black talent’ for the bank’s trouble hitting its diversity-hiring goals

  In a June memo, Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf wrote that efforts to recruit minority talent were stymied by a “very limited pool of… Read More ›

Israeli society, heal thyself

Israeli society, heal thyself

Opinion: Despite the lack of trust in the government, the people of this country must work together to reinvigorate a sense of mutual responsibility and… Read More ›

NYC authorities raise alarm as new virus outbreaks spotted in Orthodox areas

NYC authorities raise alarm as new virus outbreaks spotted in Orthodox areas

Health officials finger 6 neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens with spiking numbers for contributing one-fifth of all new cases in city, sparking fears of repeat… Read More ›