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Rockets make “direct hit” on US embassy, Baghdad, reportedly injuring one

Rockets make “direct hit” on US embassy, Baghdad, reportedly injuring one

At least one rocket hit a dining facility or cafeteria at the site. Sirens sounded in the compound directing people to seek shelter.   Three… Read More ›

Analysis: Zelensky sails through crises from Trump scandal to downed jet

Analysis: Zelensky sails through crises from Trump scandal to downed jet

Ukrainian president has escaped international spotlight unscathed, maintained his popularity, but has yet to enact major reforms, analysts say   AFP — In his first… Read More ›

Israel to allow Qatari aid into Gaza despite explosive balloon attacks

Israel to allow Qatari aid into Gaza despite explosive balloon attacks

Qatar’s envoy is set to enter the enclave on Tuesday to deliver another installment of relief funds amid a substantial increase in attacks involving explosives… Read More ›

Israel said to warn Hamas against disrupting world leaders’ Holocaust gathering

Israel said to warn Hamas against disrupting world leaders’ Holocaust gathering

TV report: Terror group, seen behind spate of arson balloons, told it would face ‘forceful’ response if, as feared, it tries to undermine this week’s… Read More ›

Arabs are not wanted in center-left political parties

Arabs are not wanted in center-left political parties

Opinion: Jewish politicians cannot recognize that the younger generation of Israeli Arabs is eager to integrate into society, and believe – despite evidence to the… Read More ›

House Bill Would Penalize Compliance With European And UN Boycotts Of Israel

House Bill Would Penalize Compliance With European And UN Boycotts Of Israel

  WASHINGTON (JTA) — A House bill introduced Tuesday would extend penalties for boycotting Israel to compliance with boycotts organized by international organizations. The Israel… Read More ›

Delta has tough questions to answer from the FAA about why it dumped jet fuel over a school during an emergency landing at LAX

Delta has tough questions to answer from the FAA about why it dumped jet fuel over a school during an emergency landing at LAX

  The FAA said it was investigating why a Delta flight dumped jet fuel over a residential Los Angeles neighborhood on Tuesday. At least 44 people at several elementary… Read More ›

Edelstein rejects Knesset legal adviser’s opinion over Netanyahu immunity

Edelstein rejects Knesset legal adviser’s opinion over Netanyahu immunity

Yinon issues opinion that Edelstein cannot prevent establishment of Knesset committees to weigh PM’s immunity bid; Edelstein warns convening committees so close to elections ‘grave… Read More ›

Man dies trying to save baby in mass Nahariya floods

Man dies trying to save baby in mass Nahariya floods

Moti Ben Shabbat, 38, came to the rescue of passengers trapped inside a car stuck in floodwater but mistakenly believed he left behind a child… Read More ›

Trump and Netanyahu discuss ‘critical’ issues after Iran missile strikes

Trump and Netanyahu discuss ‘critical’ issues after Iran missile strikes

Brief statement from White House says says two leaders spoke of ‘bilateral and regional issues,’ without giving further details, PM earlier warned Tehran against hitting… Read More ›

How Asarah B’Taives May Be Different than Other Fasts

How Asarah B’Taives May Be Different than Other Fasts

Rav Yoseph Karo (Bais Yoseph 550) cites the view of the Avudraham that the fast of Asara b’Taives is different than all of the other… Read More ›

Rocket attack in Baghdad, Syria gas field shelled after Soleimani killing

Rocket attack in Baghdad, Syria gas field shelled after Soleimani killing

Iraqi Kataib Hezbollah Brigades warned Iraqi security forces to be at least 1,000 meters (3,280 feet) away from all American bases starting Sunday evening.  … Read More ›

Israel rings in 2020, new year, new decade

Israel rings in 2020, new year, new decade

Revelers came out to celebrate the end of 2019 and the second decade of the 21st century visiting many pubs and clubs in Tel Aviv… Read More ›

IAF Commander Norkin: US airstrikes in Iraq a potential game changer

IAF Commander Norkin: US airstrikes in Iraq a potential game changer

Thousands of paramilitary members march on US Embassy in Baghdad following deadly strikes.   The strikes against an Iranian proxy group in Iraq are a… Read More ›

High Court debates whether indicted Netanyahu can form government

High Court debates whether indicted Netanyahu can form government

Hayut says three-justice panel must first decide whether the court should even debate the issue, echoing instruction from AG; hearing comes after petition by 67… Read More ›

Trump sets ‘red line’ for Iran amid mounting risks

Trump sets ‘red line’ for Iran amid mounting risks

Some fear that by making American deaths the threshold for response, Washington may be signaling to Tehran that it can continue other provocations   WASHINGTON,… Read More ›

Netanyahu wins Likud leadership race by landslide, defeating Sa’ar 72%-27%

Netanyahu wins Likud leadership race by landslide, defeating Sa’ar 72%-27%

Conceding loss, Sa’ar says primary was vital for Likud’s democratic character, backs Netanyahu ahead of March 2 elections   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu trounced his… Read More ›

Bennett signs order preventing Israeli terrorists receiving ‘pay-for-slay’ money

Bennett signs order preventing Israeli terrorists receiving ‘pay-for-slay’ money

“This is another step in the campaign against terrorists, we are working so that Jewish blood will no longer be financially lucrative,” the Defense Minister… Read More ›

First direct trains between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv commence operations

First direct trains between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv commence operations

The 57 km.-long electrified railway link was first approved in 2001 and originally scheduled to open in 2008.   The long-awaited high-speed railway connecting Jerusalem… Read More ›

Haredi politicians’ Netanyahu conundrum

Haredi politicians’ Netanyahu conundrum

Opinion: The heads of the ultra-Orthodox parties recognize that their base feels a kinship with the prime minister’s self-promoted image of victim persecuted by the… Read More ›