Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Greece – In Europe, Iraqis And Syrians Escape Islamists’ Harsh Rule

Greece – In Europe, Iraqis And Syrians Escape Islamists’ Harsh Rule

  Greece – Among the tens of thousands fleeing war and despair in the Middle East, one group feels a special relief in reaching Europe:… Read More ›

Jerusalem – In Rare Move, Netanyahu To Bring Army Chiefs To Meet Putin In Moscow

Jerusalem – In Rare Move, Netanyahu To Bring Army Chiefs To Meet Putin In Moscow

  Jerusalem – IDF Chief-of-Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eisenkot and Military Intelligence chief Maj.-Gen. Herzl Halevi will accompany Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on a lightning trip… Read More ›

Residents of southeast Jerusalem neighborhood say they are used to living in fear

Residents of southeast Jerusalem neighborhood say they are used to living in fear

Armon Hanatziv belies a deep-seated and explosive tension between the Jews and Arabs living side by side.     The breathtaking vistas of southeast Jerusalem’s Armon… Read More ›

GOP candidates split on ‘tearing up’ Iran deal if elected

GOP candidates split on ‘tearing up’ Iran deal if elected

In second Republican party debate, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Rand Paul oppose immediate reversal of nuclear pact between Tehran, world powers   Kentucky Sen. Rand… Read More ›

Seeing through the darkness

Seeing through the darkness

Ron Ben-Yishai gets an exclusive inside look at Israel’s secretive intelligence collection efforts at the Syrian border, where IDF observations posts are only a few… Read More ›

UAE fighter in Yemen: Iran won’t stop until Persian empire spreads over region

UAE fighter in Yemen: Iran won’t stop until Persian empire spreads over region

Arab solidarity, fear of Iran bring hi-tech Gulf troops to Yemen desert.   SAFER, Yemen – The glitzy skyscrapers and 21st century comforts of Dubai… Read More ›

DF armored division practices large-scale airlift of wounded soldiers in Golan

DF armored division practices large-scale airlift of wounded soldiers in Golan

Drill held on Wednesday required more than 10 of IAF’s Yasur transport helicopters.   The IDF’s 188 Armored Division held a large-scale exercise on the… Read More ›

Analysis: What are Europe’s options in war-torn Syria?

Analysis: What are Europe’s options in war-torn Syria?

The failure to dissolve the Assad regime, along with Islamic State, might very well create a Syria without Syrians.   With European leaders scrambling to… Read More ›

IDF hints at first Gaza war crimes indictment against high-level officer

IDF hints at first Gaza war crimes indictment against high-level officer

The IDF on Sunday published a speech given by Magistrate Advocate General Maj. Gen. Danny Efroni in which he heavily implied that the IDF was… Read More ›

Putin touts Jewish values in Rosh Hashanah message

Putin touts Jewish values in Rosh Hashanah message

Russian leader’s annual New Year letter to Jews recalls traditional and historical efforts to make peace between people   Russian President Vladimir Putin dwelt on… Read More ›

The Goldin rule: Rabbinate approves new prayer for Shabbat, holidays

The Goldin rule: Rabbinate approves new prayer for Shabbat, holidays

New prayer initiaited by New York Jewish community calls for the bodies of IDF soldiers killed in Gaza to be returned for burial in Israel.… Read More ›

Obama disliked in Israeli polls

Obama disliked in Israeli polls

Despite attempts at reconciliation after conclusion of Iran deal, US president still struggles to find favor with Israelis more than any other country. Seeking to… Read More ›

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 ›