Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Slain baby’s grandfather hopes he was ‘the last casualty of this terror war’

Slain baby’s grandfather hopes he was ‘the last casualty of this terror war’

Hussein Dawabsha says he helped build the Israeli hospital where his daughter is fighting for her life after Molotov cocktail attack   Hussein Dawabsha, whose… Read More ›

Settlers gather for interfaith vigil, but find few Palestinian takers

Settlers gather for interfaith vigil, but find few Palestinian takers

Organizers of coexistence event at Gush Etzion Junction that draws 300 admit difficulty of fostering open connections in charged atmosphere   More than 300 people… Read More ›

After Palestinian baby’s death, Israelis say condemnation not enough

After Palestinian baby’s death, Israelis say condemnation not enough

Inside the Dawabsha home, amid burnt toys and other debris from a deadly firebombing, 100 Israelis come to ask forgiveness   The smell of stale… Read More ›

Whole Foods CEO says the company was a ‘victim’ in overcharging scandal

Whole Foods CEO says the company was a ‘victim’ in overcharging scandal

  A Whole Foods executive says the company feels victimized following an investigation that found several stores were overcharging customers for food. “It’s just something… Read More ›

Chattanooga, TN – Police Release Video Of Traffic Stop Of Chattanooga Shooter

Chattanooga, TN – Police Release Video Of Traffic Stop Of Chattanooga Shooter

  Chattanooga, TN – Police have released dashcam video of an April traffic stop that led to driving-under-the-influence charges against the Chattanooga man who later… Read More ›

Jerusalem – Police Examining Irregularities In Kashrut Department And Religious Council

Jerusalem – Police Examining Irregularities In Kashrut Department And Religious Council

  Jerusalem – The battle being waged by Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem Aryeh Stern to reform kashrut supervision in the capital was stepped up a… Read More ›

United Nations – UN: Expect 11.2 Billion Population By The End Of The Century

United Nations – UN: Expect 11.2 Billion Population By The End Of The Century

  United Nations – Move over: The world’s population is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050, a new United… Read More ›

Adam Sandler: I always had a great connection with Israel

Adam Sandler: I always had a great connection with Israel

In his new movie ‘Pixels,’ funnyman and long-time Israel supporter is fighting to save the world from Pacman and Donkey Kong; his co-star Kevin James,… Read More ›

Beit Shemesh area fire leaves 1,500 dunams scorched

Beit Shemesh area fire leaves 1,500 dunams scorched

Damage to woodland is so severe it will take nature 20 years to recover; jackals, snakes and tortoises were all trapped in the flames and… Read More ›

IDF branches linking up in era of networked warfare

IDF branches linking up in era of networked warfare

IDF’s Communications Corps is constantly improving its systems to fight a networked war, including home front warning systems, saving hundreds of millions from the budget.… Read More ›

Hamas summer camp opens its doors in Gaza

Hamas summer camp opens its doors in Gaza

Unlike average summer camps, the new recruits, aged 15-60, are being trained in “military techniques and firing live ammunition.”   The military wings of Hamas, … Read More ›

Nasrallah after nuclear deal: Iran won’t abandon Hezbollah

Nasrallah after nuclear deal: Iran won’t abandon Hezbollah

“The United States is the Great Satan before and after the deal,” says leader of Lebanese Shi’ite terror group in first remarks since nuclear accord… Read More ›

BBC under fire for documentary on Jerusalem Light Rail

BBC under fire for documentary on Jerusalem Light Rail

The 30-minute documentary in the BBC’s flagship ‘Panorama’ series was contentiously titled “The Train that Divides Jerusalem.”   LONDON – A BBC documentary examining the role… Read More ›

Knesset reopens investigation of ‘covered-up’ probe into cyclist’s death

Knesset reopens investigation of ‘covered-up’ probe into cyclist’s death

Gal Beck, a 16-year-old from Tel Aviv, was killed 10 years ago after being hit by a car; the driver, who comes from a well-connected… Read More ›

Abbas counting on EU to pave way for resumption of stalled peace process

Abbas counting on EU to pave way for resumption of stalled peace process

Abbas says the PA still believes in a two-state solution during press conference with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.   Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas… Read More ›

Netanyahu: Nuclear deal makes Mideast war more likely, not less

Netanyahu: Nuclear deal makes Mideast war more likely, not less

Since the deal was announced eight days ago, Netanyahu has spoken out against it every single day – often more than once a day.  … Read More ›

Analysis: Iran nuclear agreement won’t improve human rights

Analysis: Iran nuclear agreement won’t improve human rights

Rather than improving the human rights situation, more “hangings, arrests, and repression,” can instead be expected.   BERLIN – The euphoria surrounding the agreement to… Read More ›

Condemned Mumbai bomber Yakub Memon loses last appeal

Condemned Mumbai bomber Yakub Memon loses last appeal

  New Delhi – India’s supreme court has rejected the final appeal by a condemned prisoner slated for execution next week for his involvement in… Read More ›

Excavator operator pleads guilty in Philadelphia building collapse

Excavator operator pleads guilty in Philadelphia building collapse

  The man who was operating an excavator in the demolition of a Philadelphia building that caused a deadly collapse has pleaded guilty to charges… Read More ›

After 600 days, China returns passport to artist Ai Weiwei

After 600 days, China returns passport to artist Ai Weiwei

Hong Kong – Chinese artist and rights activist Ai Weiwei could soon be on the move again. On Wednesday, the avid-Instagrammer posted a photo of himself… Read More ›