Articles by: JewishNews-Limor

Israel is not prepared for the next war

Israel is not prepared for the next war

Opinion: As tensions with Iran and Hezbollah rise and a massive rocket assault becomes a question of when and not if, we must look with… Read More ›

Anti-Semitism examined as a social virus in new PBS documentary

Anti-Semitism examined as a social virus in new PBS documentary

‘Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations’ examines how hatred of Jews is treated, and spreads, like virulent disease, and looks at how humanity can hope to… Read More ›

Government adds NIS 14 billion to coronavirus financial aid package

Government adds NIS 14 billion to coronavirus financial aid package

Finances will also serve the acceleration of infrastructure projects, including connecting businesses to optical fiber cables, and to enable advance payments of so-far unclaimed deposits… Read More ›

Hungary, Austria stand against rest of EU blasting Israel

Hungary, Austria stand against rest of EU blasting Israel

European states in UNSC threaten “consequences” of annexation   Hungary and Austria, the sole EU states that opposed sharp criticism of Israel by High Representative… Read More ›

France recorded 70 new coronavirus cases in schools, a week after it let more than 1 million kids go back to class

France recorded 70 new coronavirus cases in schools, a week after it let more than 1 million kids go back to class

  France has recorded 70 new cases of the novel coronavirus in schools that were allowed to reopen last week, the country’s education minister said… Read More ›

Mayor: NYPD Won’t Break Up Small Groups, Police Masks

Mayor: NYPD Won’t Break Up Small Groups, Police Masks

  NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Police Department, criticized over instances of harsh social distancing enforcement, will no longer be involved in breaking… Read More ›

Analysis: 9/11 saw much of our privacy swept aside. Coronavirus could end it altogether

Analysis: 9/11 saw much of our privacy swept aside. Coronavirus could end it altogether

London – Spit into a cup when you land in an airport, and your DNA is stored. Every phone in every city talks to every… Read More ›

Leaked data from the White House task force shows virus cases are spiking in clusters across the US, contradicting Trump’s claims

Leaked data from the White House task force shows virus cases are spiking in clusters across the US, contradicting Trump’s claims

  President Trump on Monday insisted that the number of coronavirus cases is declining “all throughout the country.” But data from the White House coronavirus… Read More ›

Preschools and daycares to reopen as active coronavirus cases decrease

Preschools and daycares to reopen as active coronavirus cases decrease

Some parents take their anger to the streets * Number of active cases continues to decline   Preschools and daycares are resuming activities on Sunday,… Read More ›

Venezuela: 2 Americans Among Those Nabbed After Beach Raid

Venezuela: 2 Americans Among Those Nabbed After Beach Raid

  CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan security forces arrested eight people, including two alleged U.S. citizens, following a beach invasion aimed at capturing socialist President… Read More ›

NYC Mayor Says Colorado EMT’s Death Will Be Honored Forever

NYC Mayor Says Colorado EMT’s Death Will Be Honored Forever

NEW YORK (AP) — A Colorado paramedic who came to New York City to save lives before losing his own to the coronavirus will be… Read More ›

Inside story of the funeral of a NY rabbi, a COVID-19 victim, that went so wrong

Inside story of the funeral of a NY rabbi, a COVID-19 victim, that went so wrong

The police wanted to help and ‘barricaded the streets.’ The synagogue aimed for a respectful, socially distant funeral. It didn’t work out that way. And then came… Read More ›

In Germany, Where Coronavirus Is At Bay, Synagogues Prepare To Reopen With Precautions

In Germany, Where Coronavirus Is At Bay, Synagogues Prepare To Reopen With Precautions

  BERLIN (JTA) – When synagogues reopen in Germany in the coming weeks, there will be no handshakes, no hugs and no parading with the… Read More ›

China reports Wuhan has ‘zero’ hospitalized coronavirus patients — but the city still hasn’t fully reopened

China reports Wuhan has ‘zero’ hospitalized coronavirus patients — but the city still hasn’t fully reopened

  Wuhan hospitals have “zero” coronavirus patients as of Sunday, according to Chinese officials. As the origin site of the coronavirus, Wuhan represents around 84%… Read More ›

In hospital drama, preemie baby delivered as virus-hit mom struggles to breathe

In hospital drama, preemie baby delivered as virus-hit mom struggles to breathe

After C-section, boy is well, mom is stable, but no relatives visit: Father is in same northern Israeli hospital with COVID-19, and family live in… Read More ›

What will and won’t change after the coronavirus crisis?

What will and won’t change after the coronavirus crisis?

These are the key aspects of our lives that are likely to change or remain the same in the post-virus world.   After just several… Read More ›

Britain’s health service is part of its national psyche. It’s also on life support

Britain’s health service is part of its national psyche. It’s also on life support

London – The makeshift poster is displayed proudly in the window of a London home. “We love the NHS” is written in children’s handwriting above… Read More ›

Israel needs a proper exit for coronavirus crisis

Israel needs a proper exit for coronavirus crisis

Opinion: Increasingly detailed reports of a plan for post-virus life are giving the false impression that the crisis is behind us; decision-makers must set a… Read More ›

Rivlin gives PM, Gantz 48 more hours to seal deal as sides cite ‘major progress’

Rivlin gives PM, Gantz 48 more hours to seal deal as sides cite ‘major progress’

Blue and White chief’s mandate extended to Wednesday midnight after Netanyahu joins request; teams reconvening Tuesday morning; Yamina sources say party set to bolt right-wing… Read More ›

Fauci says the government is considering giving out COVID-19 ‘immunity cards’ as part of push to reopen the economy

Fauci says the government is considering giving out COVID-19 ‘immunity cards’ as part of push to reopen the economy

  The federal government is weighing giving out certificates to people who have recovered from coronavirus, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday. The immunity cards could… Read More ›