Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

Israel at 70: Looking back, looking to the future

Israel at 70: Looking back, looking to the future

In a special op-ed published simultaneously by Yedioth Ahronoth and some of the world’s leading newspapers ahead of Israel’s 70th Independence Day, President Reuven Rivlin… Read More ›

New York – OK And Star K Weigh In On Beer Controversy On Talkline Program

New York – OK And Star K Weigh In On Beer Controversy On Talkline Program

New York – With members of the Jewish community busying themselves with food-related matters after Pesach, rushing out to restock their bare pantries, standing on… Read More ›

New Polish remembrance day: Manipulation or moral message?

New Polish remembrance day: Manipulation or moral message?

Op-ed: The Polish government’s attempt to emphasize the issue of Poles who saved Jews can be seen as a trick aimed at clearing the Poles’… Read More ›

Tegucigalpa – Honduras President Cancels Participation In Torchlighting Ceremony For Israel’s 70th

Tegucigalpa – Honduras President Cancels Participation In Torchlighting Ceremony For Israel’s 70th

  Tegucigalpa – The president of Honduras canceled a trip to Israel and his participation in the torchlighting ceremony at the annual Independence Day ceremony… Read More ›

Washington – Official: North Korea Tells U.S. It Is Prepared To Discuss Denuclearization

Washington – Official: North Korea Tells U.S. It Is Prepared To Discuss Denuclearization

  Washington – North Korea has told the United States for the first time that it is prepared to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean… Read More ›

‘This is a dangerous period’: Trump is finally calling out Putin by name, and experts are anxiously watching what he’ll do next

‘This is a dangerous period’: Trump is finally calling out Putin by name, and experts are anxiously watching what he’ll do next

  President Donald Trump called Russian President Vladimir Putin out on Twitter Sunday after a suspected chemical attack in Syria killed at least 40 people.… Read More ›

PM Netanyahu absolutely right in annulling migrant deal

PM Netanyahu absolutely right in annulling migrant deal

Op-ed: The deal with the UN’s refugee agency was a bad one, which would have provided ample incentives for economically-minded migrants to infiltrate Israel in… Read More ›

Five Scenarios After United States About-Face on Syria

Five Scenarios After United States About-Face on Syria

Five scenarios that could develop in the coming year.   The United States is considering reducing or ending its presence in Syria, according to President… Read More ›

Infiltration from Gaza is our worst fear

Infiltration from Gaza is our worst fear

Op-ed: Tuesday’s incident, where three terrorists managed to cross the border and reach an Israeli community armed with knives and grenades, clarified that our fears… Read More ›

Int. Ministry Defies Court on Conversions

Int. Ministry Defies Court on Conversions

The ministry refused to register a woman as Jewish who used the largest non-state Orthodox court.   The Interior Ministry has refused to register a… Read More ›

Warsaw – Law On Holocaust Rhetoric Unconstitutional, Polish Attorney General Says

Warsaw – Law On Holocaust Rhetoric Unconstitutional, Polish Attorney General Says

  Warsaw – The Polish attorney general’s office described as partly unconstitutional a law passed last month that criminalizes blaming Poland for Nazi crimes. Prosecutor… Read More ›

Institute: Syria may have underground nuclear facility

Institute: Syria may have underground nuclear facility

US-based Institute for Science and International Security determines commercial satellite imagery can’t be used to confirm 2015 Der Spiegel report of underground reactor or uranium… Read More ›

Israeli jets strike Hamas post in Gaza, hours after bomb explodes on border

Israeli jets strike Hamas post in Gaza, hours after bomb explodes on border

Military says raid comes in response to attempted bombing of Israeli troops earlier in the day   Israeli jets carried out airstrikes on a Hamas… Read More ›

The Coalition Crisis Isn’t Over – It’s Just Postponed

The Coalition Crisis Isn’t Over – It’s Just Postponed

Haredi conscription has been an impossible political puzzle, and the coalition didn’t quite solve it last night.   During the last few weeks’ political turmoil,… Read More ›

China clears way for Xi Jinping to rule for life

China clears way for Xi Jinping to rule for life

  Beijing – China’s largely ceremonial parliament on Sunday overwhelmingly endorsed a controversial change to the country’s constitution, paving the way for President Xi Jinping… Read More ›

The War in Northern Sinai

The War in Northern Sinai

Will Israeli Arab youth be tempted to join the ISIS battle in the peninsula?   At the end of 2017, the Israeli prosecution indicted Tasnin… Read More ›

Washington – Trump, Ryan Face Off In Rare Public GOP Clash Over Tariffs

Washington – Trump, Ryan Face Off In Rare Public GOP Clash Over Tariffs

  Washington – In a remarkably public confrontation, House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republican allies of President Donald Trump pleaded with him Monday to… Read More ›

Trump, Treason and the Israeli and American Legal Systems

Trump, Treason and the Israeli and American Legal Systems

Visiting American Bar Association head Hilarie Bass sits down with the ‘Post’.   American Bar Association president Hilarie Bass, in an interview with The Jerusalem Post,… Read More ›

Netanyahu: Goodwill in coalition can prevent early elections

Netanyahu: Goodwill in coalition can prevent early elections

Facing pressure from his ultra-Orthodox flank, which has made its support for 2019 state budget dependent on legislation to enable Haredi yeshiva students to avoid… Read More ›

Hope Hicks is resigning from the White House

Hope Hicks is resigning from the White House

  White House communications director Hope Hicks, one of President Donald Trump’s longest-serving and closest aides, is resigning, the White House confirmed Wednesday. Hicks’ departure… Read More ›