Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Israel considers natural gas pipeline to Gaza Strip

Israel considers natural gas pipeline to Gaza Strip

Proposed by Qatar, the pipeline would connect Israel to Gaza’s power plant and relieve electricity shortage there; Qatar and Palestinian Authority to finance project. Jerusalem… Read More ›

Police: Stone-throwing causes accident in Jerusalem, one seriously wounded

Police: Stone-throwing causes accident in Jerusalem, one seriously wounded

Police were searching the area for suspects.   Three people were injured in Jerusalem on Sunday night when their car was pelted with stones, causing… Read More ›

Egyptian security forces accidentally shoot at Mexican tourist convoy, killing 12

Egyptian security forces accidentally shoot at Mexican tourist convoy, killing 12

Forces intended to target terrorists, Egyptian Ministry of Interior says.   CAIRO – Egypt’s police and military killed 12 Egyptians and Mexicans and injured 10 when… Read More ›

Israel is entering a sensitive, problematic situation diplomacy-wise.

Israel is entering a sensitive, problematic situation diplomacy-wise.

  In a white tent set up not far from the border with Jordan – very similar to the tent that hosted the ceremony for the… Read More ›

Gazan female sports journalist aims to go beyond the border

Gazan female sports journalist aims to go beyond the border

Working in a male-dominated industry in a conservative environment isn’t always easy.   With her camera and notepad at the ready, it’s a regular day’s… Read More ›

World-renowned chefs headed for Israel

World-renowned chefs headed for Israel

International culinary project to come to Israel in November, offering customers a unique blend of food culture in new and unique dishes. No Israeli restaurant… Read More ›

China has an unsettling nuclear deterrence strategy

China has an unsettling nuclear deterrence strategy

Military watchers around the world eagerly anticipated China’s Sept. 3 military parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the surrender of Japan and the end… Read More ›

Asian stocks are tumbling

Asian stocks are tumbling

  Asian stocks, much like those in the US before them, have begun Thursday’s trading session deep in the red. Having soared by 7.71% yesterday… Read More ›

Obama reinforces Iran win

Obama reinforces Iran win

If the 41 senators now openly supporting the nuclear deal stick to their guns, those opposing it in Congress will not be able to pass… Read More ›

United Airlines’ CEO has resigned

United Airlines’ CEO has resigned

  United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek has resigned from the company. The Chicago-based airline announced Smisek’s departure, as well as the installation of Oscar Munoz… Read More ›

Hillary Clinton: ‘I’m sorry’

Hillary Clinton: ‘I’m sorry’

  Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared to offer a direct apology on Tuesday for the email controversy that has become an obstacle for… Read More ›

Chris Christie is facing another ‘scandal that just won’t die’

Chris Christie is facing another ‘scandal that just won’t die’

  United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek’s resignation, which was announced Tuesday, could cause headaches for the presidential campaign of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Christie… Read More ›

Fox Lake, IL – Promising Lead In Illinois Officer’s Slaying Comes Up Empty

Fox Lake, IL – Promising Lead In Illinois Officer’s Slaying Comes Up Empty

  Fox Lake, IL – The head of a task force investigating the fatal shooting of a northern Illinois police officer said Tuesday that a… Read More ›

Kiryas Joel, NY – 163 Acre Annexation Plan Passed By Town Of Monroe, 507 Voted Down

Kiryas Joel, NY – 163 Acre Annexation Plan Passed By Town Of Monroe, 507 Voted Down

Kirays Joel, NY – The proposed Kiryas Joel annexation has cleared yet another legal hurdle as the Town of Monroe board passed a 164 acre… Read More ›

New York – DOE Investigation Into Secular Education At City Yeshivas Proving Uphill Battle For Reformers

New York – DOE Investigation Into Secular Education At City Yeshivas Proving Uphill Battle For Reformers

  New York – Despite assurances of “zero tolerance” from city and state elected officials and promises of transparency from both the DOE and the… Read More ›

Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended for refusing to serve alcohol

Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended for refusing to serve alcohol

  A Muslim flight attendant says she was suspended by ExpressJet for refusing to serve alcohol in accordance with her Islamic faith. In a bid… Read More ›

Japan lifts 4-year evacuation of Fukushima town

Japan lifts 4-year evacuation of Fukushima town

  For the first time since the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster, residents of a certain town can return full-time if they wish. The Japanese government… Read More ›

Tropical Storm Grace forms in far eastern Atlantic

Tropical Storm Grace forms in far eastern Atlantic

  Tropical Storm Grace came to life in the eastern Atlantic Ocean on Saturday, but the storm may fall apart before it can threaten people… Read More ›

Tehran brags at superpowers’ ‘surrender’ in nuclear deal

Tehran brags at superpowers’ ‘surrender’ in nuclear deal

Khamenei website publishes poster hailing Iran as foremost regional power; defense minister crows about humbling of ‘regime of arrogance’   Iran’s defense minister hailed the… Read More ›

Perverse text messages led to Jared Fogle’s downfall

Perverse text messages led to Jared Fogle’s downfall

  An investigation into Subway’s ex-spokesman Jared Fogle’s connection to child pornography picked up steam last fall thanks to a phone call from an Indianapolis woman,… Read More ›