Articles by: JewishNews-Limor

Likud, Blue and White scotch cabinet meeting, trade barbs as impasse deepens

Likud, Blue and White scotch cabinet meeting, trade barbs as impasse deepens

Move comes after sides refuse to agree on agenda for weekly summit, marking new low for crumbling coalition as parties remain split over budget  … Read More ›

Facebook Launches Its New TikTok Clone, Instagram Reels

Facebook Launches Its New TikTok Clone, Instagram Reels

  CALIFORNIA (AP) — Facebook’s Instagram is officially launching its answer to the hit short video app TikTok — Instagram Reels. The new Instagram feature… Read More ›

Facebook removed a Trump post because it violated the company’s policies banning ‘harmful COVID misinformation’

Facebook removed a Trump post because it violated the company’s policies banning ‘harmful COVID misinformation’

  Facebook took down a post by President Donald Trump for violating its policies against misinformation, the company confirmed. Trump posted a video of his… Read More ›

Nevada To Mail All Voters Ballots; Trump Promises Lawsuit

Nevada To Mail All Voters Ballots; Trump Promises Lawsuit

  CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak signed legislation Monday to mail all of the state’s active voters ballots ahead of the… Read More ›

Some 2,000 rally against Netanyahu in Jerusalem; rival protests dispersed

Some 2,000 rally against Netanyahu in Jerusalem; rival protests dispersed

Sixteen arrested, reportedly almost all from far-right group, after police deploy in force to prevent extremist Netanyahu backers from attacking anti-government demonstrators   Some 2,000… Read More ›

‘Safety Net’ program approved in Knesset with 67 MKs in favor

‘Safety Net’ program approved in Knesset with 67 MKs in favor

The plan will offer state-aid to Israelis hurt by COVID-19’s economical impact.   The Knesset approved on Tuesday evening “Safety Net” plan championed by Prime… Read More ›

Israel and Hezbollah’s miracles on the Lebanon border

Israel and Hezbollah’s miracles on the Lebanon border

Opinion: Since 2015, all cross-border incidents between the IDF and Hezbollah have ‘miraculously’ ended without any casualties or even wounded; it’s almost as if the… Read More ›

Netanyahu is laundering the language

Netanyahu is laundering the language

Opinion: We live in ‘post-truth’ era, where public attitudes are based on appeal to sense of ‘unity,’ personal opinions and gut feelings, while facts and… Read More ›

Over a third of coronavirus patients feel symptoms for weeks, says CDC

Over a third of coronavirus patients feel symptoms for weeks, says CDC

New study shows even those with mild case are unwell for 2-3 weeks, including those with no pre-existing conditions   At least 35 percent of… Read More ›

Tesla’s Spent A Year Terrifying, Electrifying Wall Street

Tesla’s Spent A Year Terrifying, Electrifying Wall Street

  DETROIT (AP) — Tesla’s losses were mounting last summer, massive debt payments were looming, and both Wall Street and federal regulators had run out… Read More ›

Israel sees increase in seriously ill, dramatic rise in people on ventilators

Israel sees increase in seriously ill, dramatic rise in people on ventilators

There are currently 254 people in serious condition of which 70 are on ventilators – an increase of 15 since Saturday; death toll rises to… Read More ›

Government said to weigh weeknight lockdowns as cases pass 50,000

Government said to weigh weeknight lockdowns as cases pass 50,000

As patients in serious condition jump by 35 in 24 hours to 252, ministers reportedly concerned young people will continue to gather when bars and… Read More ›

Coronavirus has birthed a nation of liars

Coronavirus has birthed a nation of liars

Opinion: The conduct of the country’s leaders during the pandemic has served to bolster an existing ethos of lying and scheming to survive, breeding a… Read More ›

Family Told No Footage Of Shooting Of Autistic Palestinian

Family Told No Footage Of Shooting Of Autistic Palestinian

  JERUSALEM (AP) — The family of an autistic Palestinian man who was killed by Israeli police was informed by investigators on Monday that a… Read More ›

US declares ‘most’ of China’s maritime claims in South China Sea illegal

US declares ‘most’ of China’s maritime claims in South China Sea illegal

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday announced a formal rejection of “most” of China’s maritime claims in the South China Sea, the latest… Read More ›

Mueller defends Stone prosecution and says ‘his conviction stands’ in Washington Post op-ed

Mueller defends Stone prosecution and says ‘his conviction stands’ in Washington Post op-ed

Former special counsel Robert Mueller, in a very rare move, has written an op-ed for The Washington Post defending his office’s prosecution of Roger Stone… Read More ›

Biden Wants US To Produce More Of Its Own Pandemic Supplies

Biden Wants US To Produce More Of Its Own Pandemic Supplies

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden is promising to shift production of medical equipment and other key pandemic-fighting products “back to U.S. soil,” creating jobs… Read More ›

Trump cheated on his SAT by paying someone to take it for him, according to Mary Trump’s new book

Trump cheated on his SAT by paying someone to take it for him, according to Mary Trump’s new book

  President Donald Trump cheated on his SAT in high school, according to Mary Trump’s coming book. In her tell-all, the president’s niece claims that… Read More ›

EU: Tehran has triggered Iran deal dispute mechanism

EU: Tehran has triggered Iran deal dispute mechanism

Borrell did not specify what issues led Iran to trigger the mechanism, which could be the first step toward dissolution of the deal, known as… Read More ›

With 773 new cases, Israel see record number of daily virus infections

With 773 new cases, Israel see record number of daily virus infections

Despite alarming rise in diagnoses, death toll remains unchanged at 320; Health Ministry passes 1-million mark for number of tests as it warns ‘mild’ rise… Read More ›