Articles by: JewishNews-Ilan

Israel’s delicate dance between the US and China

Israel’s delicate dance between the US and China

Opinion: No one believes that Jerusalem must abandon all ties to Beijing, but it must take into account the warnings that are coming from American… Read More ›

Miami – Hitler Mug Found In Home Of Man Florida Cops Say Targeted Jews

Miami – Hitler Mug Found In Home Of Man Florida Cops Say Targeted Jews

Miami – A large knife emblazoned with a Nazi emblem. A giant flag with the logo of the dreaded SS stormtroopers. A mug featuring Hitler… Read More ›

The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions

The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions

  The government shutdown has gone on for 27 days now. 380,000 federal employees were placed on furlough at the start of the shutdown, meaning they were… Read More ›

Did the Shin Bet Catch the Wrong Suspects?

Did the Shin Bet Catch the Wrong Suspects?

Though there is an ongoing debate over whether the minors were mistreated, no one has claimed that the Shin Bet used enhanced interrogation techniques on… Read More ›

Israel’s ‘revenge porn’ pandemic

Israel’s ‘revenge porn’ pandemic

The dissemination of explicit photos and videos of minors online affects children as young as 6, but law enforcement authorities are unable to put a… Read More ›

Israeli jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket fire

Israeli jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket fire

Military says aircraft bomb two underground sites, after missile shot from enclave lands in open area in Israel   The Israeli military carried out airstrikes… Read More ›

A Six-Point Guide to Understanding Netanyahu’s Indictment Case

A Six-Point Guide to Understanding Netanyahu’s Indictment Case

What might happen next?   Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit is expected to announce an intent to file an indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sometime in… Read More ›

Trump’s shifting timetable on Syria leaves allies scrambling

Trump’s shifting timetable on Syria leaves allies scrambling

Analysis: After National Security Advisor John Bolton proclaims US pullout from Syria would not be as immediate as the president said, American allies in the… Read More ›

The Holocaust survivor who dresses up like Hitler

The Holocaust survivor who dresses up like Hitler

Artist Dov Or-Ner is an unusual figure in the Israeli art scene; after years of living with the fuhrer’s menacing voice in his head, he… Read More ›

Polish Jewish children’s rights pioneer honored 70 years after his murder

Polish Jewish children’s rights pioneer honored 70 years after his murder

Author, pediatrician and activist Janusz Korczak accompanied 190 orphans to Treblinka rather than escape with his life; now his work is being immortalized for sold-out… Read More ›

Court Nixes Jewish Teen’s Confession in Arson of Dormition Abbey

Court Nixes Jewish Teen’s Confession in Arson of Dormition Abbey

The Lod District Court nixed the confession earlier Tuesday of the Jewish minor accused of involvement in the arson the Dormition Abbey in February 2016.… Read More ›

Will the New U.S. Defense Secretary Be Good for Israel?

Will the New U.S. Defense Secretary Be Good for Israel?

Former Boeing executive Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan to assume role January 1st.   In just four days Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan will take… Read More ›

Trump’s message on Christmas Day: ‘It’s a disgrace’

Trump’s message on Christmas Day: ‘It’s a disgrace’

  In President Donald Trump’s Christmas Day telling, the drugs are flowing over the border, the Federal Reserve is imperiling the economy and the Democrats… Read More ›

Israel must make sure is doesn’t catch the Trump virus

Israel must make sure is doesn’t catch the Trump virus

Op-ed: Western countries are in deep, political, moral and economic crisis, which is also knocking on our door. As Israel announces elections on April 9,… Read More ›

Thousands celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem with waning Christian Palestinians

Thousands celebrate Christmas in Bethlehem with waning Christian Palestinians

Community makes up less than 1% of West Bank and Gaza population, according to PA; in past 50 years, thousands have emigrated, Lutheran pastor says… Read More ›

Los Angeles – Kindertransport Survivor Sees German Payments As History Acknowledged

Los Angeles – Kindertransport Survivor Sees German Payments As History Acknowledged

  Los Angeles – For 93-year-old Paul Kester, the sum of $2,800 offered him by the German government for his childhood ordeal during the Nazi… Read More ›

EU, Russia to Trump: 2-state solution only viable Israeli-Palestinian peace plan

EU, Russia to Trump: 2-state solution only viable Israeli-Palestinian peace plan

Warning comes as Haley hints at Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ peace plan: Long, takes advantage of new technology, and has a lot both sides… Read More ›

US registers ‘deep concerns’ over Hezbollah’s growing sway in Lebanon

US registers ‘deep concerns’ over Hezbollah’s growing sway in Lebanon

As Lebanese politicians near completion of new government, State Department official says terror group’s political allies giving it a ‘veneer of legitimacy’   The United… Read More ›

Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Beto O’Rourke top the list of favored 2020 presidential candidates, Iowa poll shows

Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Beto O’Rourke top the list of favored 2020 presidential candidates, Iowa poll shows

  Former Vice President Joe Biden leads the pack of potential Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new poll of likely Iowa caucusgoers. Poll respondents… Read More ›

New York – Hertz, Clear Partner To Speed Rentals With Biometric Scans

New York – Hertz, Clear Partner To Speed Rentals With Biometric Scans

  New York – Biometric screening is expanding to the rental car industry. Hertz said Tuesday it is teaming up with Clear, the maker of… Read More ›