Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

British Family Decries Treatment By US After Border Crossin

British Family Decries Treatment By US After Border Crossin

PHILADELPHIA (AP)—  Seven members of an extended British family  who made an unauthorized crossing into the United States from Canada are being held in federal… Read More ›

Trio win Nobel Prize in economics for work on poverty

Trio win Nobel Prize in economics for work on poverty

Michael Kremer, Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo receive award ‘for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty’; Duflo becomes second ever female winner   STOCKHOLM… Read More ›

Tens Of Thousands Of Jews Pray At The Kotel On Eve Of Yom Kippur

Tens Of Thousands Of Jews Pray At The Kotel On Eve Of Yom Kippur

  JERUSALEM (JTA) — Tens of thousands of Jewish worshippers gathered at the Western Wall in Jerusalem for the final selichot, or penitential prayers, before… Read More ›

Warren Dismisses Top Staffer For Inappropriate Behavior

Warren Dismisses Top Staffer For Inappropriate Behavior

  WASHINGTON (AP) — Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has dismissed its national organizing director following “multiple complaints” of inappropriate behavior. Spokeswoman Kristen Orthman says the… Read More ›

Trump is reportedly blaming Rick Perry for his infamous call with the Ukrainian president

Trump is reportedly blaming Rick Perry for his infamous call with the Ukrainian president

  President Donald Trump reportedly told House Republicans on Friday that he hadn’t wanted to make his now-infamous call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, but… Read More ›

Reliving the massacre every minute, Pittsburgh survivors struggle a year later

Reliving the massacre every minute, Pittsburgh survivors struggle a year later

As first anniversary of Oct. 27 synagogue massacre nears and congregations try to get through High Holidays, community starts to figure out how to move… Read More ›

Palestinians protest in support of hospitalized terrorist suspected of Israeli teen murder

Palestinians protest in support of hospitalized terrorist suspected of Israeli teen murder

Some 300 protesters burn tires and hurl stones at security forces in Ramallah after Samer al-Arbid – arrested by Israel on suspicion of orchestrating a… Read More ›

Netanyahu lawyers project confidence as pre-indictment hearing begins

Netanyahu lawyers project confidence as pre-indictment hearing begins

Arriving at Justice Ministry, PM’s attorneys say they have new evidence, and there are ‘solid grounds’ for reconsidering the allegations in trio of criminal probes… Read More ›

What Really Happened in the Meeting with Polish President Duda?

What Really Happened in the Meeting with Polish President Duda?

It opened with the President offering brief introductory remarks.   As I write this column the media is blowing up with reports that the President… Read More ›

Netanyahu 55, Gantz 54 as President Reuven Rivlin Concludes Consultations

Netanyahu 55, Gantz 54 as President Reuven Rivlin Concludes Consultations

President Reuven Rivlin is set to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Blue and White leader Benny Gantz at 6:30 p.m. to announce which… Read More ›

Pompeo: U.S. Mission is to Avoid War with Iran

Pompeo: U.S. Mission is to Avoid War with Iran

“You saw what Secretary Esper announced on Friday, we are putting additional forces in the region for the purpose of deterrence and defense,” Pompeo said.… Read More ›

Immunity is off the table for Netanyahu

Immunity is off the table for Netanyahu

Analysis: Relief was evident among the judicial community as election results became clear; they were concerned that the assault on the courts, the contentious laws… Read More ›

$31 billion Airbnb announces plan to go public in 2020

$31 billion Airbnb announces plan to go public in 2020

  Airbnb on Thursday announced it plans to go public in 2020. The startup did not specify a timeline beyond “during 2020.” Airbnb has not clarified whether… Read More ›

Benjamin Netanyahu Vows to Build a New Government

Benjamin Netanyahu Vows to Build a New Government

Netanyahu spoke half an hour after Blue and White leader Benny Gantz vowed to do the same.   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised that he… Read More ›

WeWork is reportedly leaning toward delaying its IPO

WeWork is reportedly leaning toward delaying its IPO

  WeWork is leaning toward delaying its initial public offering, The Wall Street Journal reported. The company won’t start its roadshow — its series of meetings with… Read More ›

Polls Predict a Second Stalemate

Polls Predict a Second Stalemate

Likud to remain largest party   Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party will emerge the largest in Tuesday’s election, a Smith Research poll taken for Maariv found on… Read More ›

4,500-year-old burial artifacts chanced upon by electrician on his way to work

4,500-year-old burial artifacts chanced upon by electrician on his way to work

Ahmad Nassar Yassin, a resident of the northern Israel village of Araba, discovers remains of a previously unknown Canaanite-era settlement   A previously unknown center… Read More ›

Violence and lies of police operation in East Jerusalem

Violence and lies of police operation in East Jerusalem

Opinion: It is the officers from the Border Police and Special Patrol Unit who instigate the violence in Issawiyah, going there in the evening and… Read More ›

Knesset legal adviser joins AG in opposing ‘unconstitutional’ Camera Bill

Knesset legal adviser joins AG in opposing ‘unconstitutional’ Camera Bill

Eyal Yinon argues that PM-backed legislation would give Likud party an unfair advantage as it already has over 1,000 cameras that it used to surveil… Read More ›

Trump’s tariffs are expected to hit women and lower-income Americans the hardest

Trump’s tariffs are expected to hit women and lower-income Americans the hardest

  The cost of tariffs are increasingly poised to fall onto those who can least afford them. Lower and middle class Americans spend a higher… Read More ›