Articles by: JewishNews-Limor

Israel’s Jordanian blind spot

Israel’s Jordanian blind spot

Opinion: While Jerusalem is doing all in its power to sabotage Iran’s efforts in the region, its complacency and hubris regarding the recent upheaval in… Read More ›

Pfizer CEO: Third COVID-19 vaccine, annual booster shots likely scenario

Pfizer CEO: Third COVID-19 vaccine, annual booster shots likely scenario

“A likely scenario is that there will likely be a need for a third dose somewhere between six and 12 months [after the initial vaccination]… Read More ›

Senior Iran official confirms ‘thousands of centrifuges damaged and destroyed’

Senior Iran official confirms ‘thousands of centrifuges damaged and destroyed’

Admission of scale of damage at Natanz casts doubts on Tehran’s ability to ramp up uranium enrichment to 60%, as threatened; Israeli report says whole… Read More ›

South Florida Mayor’s Proposal To Add Menorah To Holiday Display Sparks Outrage, Debate

South Florida Mayor’s Proposal To Add Menorah To Holiday Display Sparks Outrage, Debate

MIAMI SHORES (JNS) – A proposal by the mayor of the South Florida community of Miami Shores to place a menorah in the village town… Read More ›

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth’s longtime consort, will be laid to rest in low-key ceremony

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth’s longtime consort, will be laid to rest in low-key ceremony

London – Prince Philip, the late husband to the UK’s Queen Elizabeth II, will be laid to rest on Saturday next week, in a ceremony… Read More ›

‘May Prince Philip’s memory be a blessing’ – Israel expresses condolences

‘May Prince Philip’s memory be a blessing’ – Israel expresses condolences

“Prince Philip was the consummate public servant and will be much missed in Israel and across the world.”   Israeli officials expressed their condolences after… Read More ›

Netanyahu trial: Witness was asked to destroy all text messages on scheme

Netanyahu trial: Witness was asked to destroy all text messages on scheme

Witness: Accused ‘insisted that he destroy all text messages relating to the media scheme.’   During the second day of the corruption trial for Prime… Read More ›

How a secular scholar and some NY Hasidic Jews set up Duolingo’s Yiddish course

How a secular scholar and some NY Hasidic Jews set up Duolingo’s Yiddish course

Popular language-learning app has a bissel obstacles to overcome before hitting screens — with a side of bagels and schmear — on April 6  … Read More ›

Israel has no planned approach, response to ICC, with 9 days to go

Israel has no planned approach, response to ICC, with 9 days to go

Jerusalem’s response to the ICC is due on April 9, a month after ICC Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda sent the letter notifying Israel that she is… Read More ›

Dominion Voting Sues Fox For $1.6b Over 2020 Election Claims

Dominion Voting Sues Fox For $1.6b Over 2020 Election Claims

WASHINGTON (AP) — Dominion Voting Systems on Friday filed a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News, arguing the cable news giant falsely claimed in… Read More ›

Bipartisan Slate Of Senators Call On Biden To Maintain Tough Iran Posture

Bipartisan Slate Of Senators Call On Biden To Maintain Tough Iran Posture

  WASHINGTON (JTA) — A bipartisan slate of senators called on President Biden to aim for an expansive deal that would severely limit Iran’s capacity… Read More ›

Biden says US faces battle to ‘prove democracy works’

Biden says US faces battle to ‘prove democracy works’

Washington – President Joe Biden cast challenges to the US from China, Russia and global shifts in stark terms Thursday, describing “a battle between the… Read More ›

Is Israel heading toward a fifth election? – analysis

Is Israel heading toward a fifth election? – analysis

Strategists in parties across the political spectrum admitted behind the scenes that with all due respect to the current race, they were actually already focusing… Read More ›

Exit polls cast doubt on Netanyahu path to right-wing government

Exit polls cast doubt on Netanyahu path to right-wing government

All 3 main TV channels say even with boost from former ally Naftali Bennett’s Yamina party, PM still falls short of 61 Knesset seats he… Read More ›

Police Chief Says Miami Partying “Couldn’t Go On Any Longer”

Police Chief Says Miami Partying “Couldn’t Go On Any Longer”

  MIAMI (AP) — Pointing to over 1,000 arrests in one of the nation’s top party spots, Miami Beach officials warned Sunday that the unruly… Read More ›

Spring breakers flock to South Florida while some residents worry about another Covid-19 surge

Spring breakers flock to South Florida while some residents worry about another Covid-19 surge

Veronica Pena says she’s spent the past year carefully navigating the Covid-19 pandemic in the mostly restriction-free state of Florida. The Miami Beach resident stopped… Read More ›

After Atlanta Massacre, Jewish Groups Rally On Behalf Of Asian Americans

After Atlanta Massacre, Jewish Groups Rally On Behalf Of Asian Americans

  ATLANTA (JTA) — Jewish groups are rallying in support of Asian Americans following a string of murders Tuesday at massage parlors in Atlanta that… Read More ›

Biden Declines To Call For Cuomo To Resign, Awaits Probe

Biden Declines To Call For Cuomo To Resign, Awaits Probe

  WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Sunday passed up an opportunity to join other Democrats calling for the resignation of New York Gov.… Read More ›

Officials located December recording of Trump call in a trash folder on Georgia investigator’s device

Officials located December recording of Trump call in a trash folder on Georgia investigator’s device

Officials in the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office located a recently released recording of former President Donald Trump’s call to a state investigator in a… Read More ›

US officials say Israel has hit many ships taking Iran oil, arms to Syria: WSJ

US officials say Israel has hit many ships taking Iran oil, arms to Syria: WSJ

Report says Israel targeted at least 12 vessels linked to Iran since 2019, marking a new front in conflict   Israel has targeted at least… Read More ›