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US citizens born in Jerusalem may have ‘Israel’ on their passports

US citizens born in Jerusalem may have ‘Israel’ on their passports

The move could be announced by the State Department as soon as Thursday.     US President Donald Trump’s administration plans to reverse a long-standing… Read More ›

History will judge UNSC for failing to embrace Abraham Accords, US says

History will judge UNSC for failing to embrace Abraham Accords, US says

“History will judge how this Council responds to this historic moment – it can either shrink from the challenge or rise to the occasion.”  … Read More ›

Israel has put all its eggs in Trump’s basket

Israel has put all its eggs in Trump’s basket

Opinion: After Jerusalem’s long insistence on supporting the Republican party and its followers at all costs, a Biden victory will force it to go cap… Read More ›

US intelligence says Iran sending emails, trying to intimidate American voters

US intelligence says Iran sending emails, trying to intimidate American voters

Both Tehran and Moscow obtained voter registration with the goal of interfering in election; FBI director says US will impose costs on any foreign countries… Read More ›

Debate commission to mute candidates during their opponent’s initial responses to prevent interruptions

Debate commission to mute candidates during their opponent’s initial responses to prevent interruptions

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump will have their microphones muted during portions of the second and final presidential debate on Thursday… Read More ›

Countdown to third lockdown has begun

Countdown to third lockdown has begun

Opinion: Only last week, PM promised us a ‘cautious and gradual’ lockdown exit; days later Netanyahu, along with other ministers, voted to reopen the education… Read More ›

Landing in Bahrain to sign deal, Israeli official stresses ‘genuine peace’ hopes

Landing in Bahrain to sign deal, Israeli official stresses ‘genuine peace’ hopes

In first, El Al plane carries Israeli delegation to Manama to formalize relations: Bahrain FM: ‘I hope this visit marks another step on road to… Read More ›

This Is A Revolution’: Israeli Drone Company Plans For Worldwide Aerial-Supply Networks

This Is A Revolution’: Israeli Drone Company Plans For Worldwide Aerial-Supply Networks

  JERUSALEM (JNS) –  Israel’s Gadfin UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) and drone producer was the first company in the world to receive the Israeli Civil… Read More ›

Director Of Laniado’s ICU Dances In Front Of Patient Successfully Taken Off Respirator

Director Of Laniado’s ICU Dances In Front Of Patient Successfully Taken Off Respirator

JERUSALEM — In this moving clip (published by Ariel Elcharar), the director of the Laniado Hospital in Netanya’s ICU is seen here dancing with a… Read More ›

Trump has met CDC criteria to end isolation and is cleared to return to an active schedule by his physician

Trump has met CDC criteria to end isolation and is cleared to return to an active schedule by his physician

Washington – President Donald Trump has been cleared to return to an active schedule, according to a new memo from his physician, Dr. Sean Conley,… Read More ›

Nation’s COVID Czar: Jewish Community Must Understand Its COVID Response Affects Others

Nation’s COVID Czar: Jewish Community Must Understand Its COVID Response Affects Others

WASHINGTON (VINnews/Sandy Eller)- The nation’s coronavirus czar expressed her support for Governor Andrew Cuomo’s newest round of restrictions that have sparked waves of outrage in… Read More ›

A mortality tale

A mortality tale

Opinion: Upon becoming infected with COVID, both the U.S. president and an Israeli rabbinical leader did a huge service to their communities, becoming living proof… Read More ›

Trump leaves hospital briefly to greet supporters, ‘I learned a lot about COVID’

Trump leaves hospital briefly to greet supporters, ‘I learned a lot about COVID’

In video, Trump describes experience: ‘This is the real school. This isn’t the let’s read the books school, and I get it, and I understand… Read More ›

Suspect arrested for alleged car-ramming at anti-Netanyahu rally in Tel Aviv

Suspect arrested for alleged car-ramming at anti-Netanyahu rally in Tel Aviv

Pini Luzon, who was filmed accelerating into protesters, claims he was trying to flee scene after feeling ‘surrounded and attacked’ in his car   A… Read More ›

Rabbis ponder coronavirus queries of ultra-Orthodox Jewish life

Rabbis ponder coronavirus queries of ultra-Orthodox Jewish life

Months into the pandemic, religious leaders in Israel are finally addressing questions on how to maintain proper Jewish observance under the restrictions of the outbreak,… Read More ›

Prepare for 1,500 seriously ill COVID-19 patients by week’s end, warns Netanyahu

Prepare for 1,500 seriously ill COVID-19 patients by week’s end, warns Netanyahu

PM reportedly believes national lockdown could last a month; premier to convene coronavirus cabinet Wednesday, discuss goals for emerging from lockdown, enforcement capabilities   Prime… Read More ›

Coronavirus: Do health experts think the lockdown will work?

Coronavirus: Do health experts think the lockdown will work?

The lockdown is a ‘disaster for the country and the economy’   A total lockdown is death for the economy and was not necessary, according… Read More ›

Protests are important, but now is time to stop

Protests are important, but now is time to stop

Opinion: Israelis who wish to express their disappointment at the failure of our leaders to lead must shoulder their own share of the national responsibility… Read More ›

Anti-Netanyahu protests have shot themselves in the foot

Anti-Netanyahu protests have shot themselves in the foot

Opinion: Holding what are essentially beach parties and packed holiday feasts while the rest of the country is locked down with either their nuclear families… Read More ›

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be first Jew and first woman to lie in state at Capitol

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be first Jew and first woman to lie in state at Capitol

Plan marks a departure from Jewish tradition, which dictates that a body should be buried within 24 hours, with some exceptions; justice to be buried… Read More ›