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Booker Slams Democratic Debate Rules As He Ends Iowa Tour

Booker Slams Democratic Debate Rules As He Ends Iowa Tour

  DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — Fighting to be in the next Democratic presidential debate, Cory Booker concluded a nearly 800-mile, 12-county tour of Iowa on… Read More ›

The winners and losers of a third round of elections

The winners and losers of a third round of elections

Analysis: Netanyahu’s prosecution is on hold, Lapid will once again be up for the position of PM, and Bennett will get to keep his dream… Read More ›

Trump tells Jewish group they’ll vote for him to protect their wealth

Trump tells Jewish group they’ll vote for him to protect their wealth

President also says some Jews are not sufficiently supportive of Israel, accused of anti-Semitism after speech to Israeli American Council   WASHINGTON — US President… Read More ›

Sale Of Bergen-belsen Ledger Of Eyewitness Accounts Of Jewish Deaths Put On Hold

Sale Of Bergen-belsen Ledger Of Eyewitness Accounts Of Jewish Deaths Put On Hold

  JERUSALEM (JTA) — The auction of a rabbinical court ledger that documents eyewitness accounts of the deaths of Jews in Nazi camps has been… Read More ›

Why Gabbay and Olmert, not Gantz or Netanyahu, are to blame for elections

Why Gabbay and Olmert, not Gantz or Netanyahu, are to blame for elections

If there were only ghosts on Gantz’s side, perhaps it would not be too hard to form a government. But there is also a political… Read More ›

Israeli Stamps Show The First Torah Scroll Flown In Space

Israeli Stamps Show The First Torah Scroll Flown In Space

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A new set of Israeli stamps shows the first Torah that was flown in space. The commemorative stamps also feature Jeffrey Hoffman,… Read More ›

Netanyahu ignores charges during first cabinet meeting since indictment

Netanyahu ignores charges during first cabinet meeting since indictment

PM opts to focus on the situation in Gaza and the protests in Iran, avoiding completely the topic of the indictment brought against him last… Read More ›

ISRAEL MEDIA REVIEW: Every party has a pooper: 6 things to know for November 24

ISRAEL MEDIA REVIEW: Every party has a pooper: 6 things to know for November 24

Gideon Sa’ar takes aim at Netanyahu publicly, while others are doing so quietly. So who is crashing Likud — the mutineers or the leader who… Read More ›

Settlements are illegal, 14 UNSC members tell an isolated US

Settlements are illegal, 14 UNSC members tell an isolated US

The UNSC has held that the Israeli activity over the pre-1967 lines is illegal under international law. This includes activity in east Jerusalem, the Golan… Read More ›

Syria is an increasingly dangerous chessboard for Iran in the Middle East

Syria is an increasingly dangerous chessboard for Iran in the Middle East

Iran has so many forces in Syria that in 2018 the US included in its official policy the “removal of all Iranian-led forces and proxies… Read More ›

WeWork has been sending alarming noncompete letters to workers it laid off earlier this year

WeWork has been sending alarming noncompete letters to workers it laid off earlier this year

  WeWork has sent combative legal letters to people it laid off in a round of job cuts earlier in 2019, warning them not to… Read More ›

Russian Submarine Found near Israeli Coast

Russian Submarine Found near Israeli Coast

This incident could have long-term consequences as it may be perceived as part of Russia’s attempts to intervene more in the region after the Syrian… Read More ›

Bennett’s Dream Come True Staves off Netanyahu’s Nightmare – Analysis

Bennett’s Dream Come True Staves off Netanyahu’s Nightmare – Analysis

The precarious political situation – both Bennett and Shaked’s specifically, and the broader political context – is the other thing that make the agreement of… Read More ›

Analysis: Quid, meet pro quo

Analysis: Quid, meet pro quo

This is the day when it became damn near impossible for any serious Republican lawmaker to deny that there was a clear quid pro quo… Read More ›

Hamas Threatens to Shower Israel with Rockets for 6 Months

Hamas Threatens to Shower Israel with Rockets for 6 Months

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar on Monday threatened that his group would fire rockets at Israel for six months continuously if the blockade on the Gaza… Read More ›

Hamas or Islamic Jihad: Who’s responsible for Gaza rocket fire?

Hamas or Islamic Jihad: Who’s responsible for Gaza rocket fire?

Analysis: One political analyst, who’s very close to Hamas, wrote on his Twitter account the terror group was not behind the rocket fire; hours later,… Read More ›

Analysis: Hamas may want calm, but some in Islamic Jihad have different plans

Analysis: Hamas may want calm, but some in Islamic Jihad have different plans

Despite relatively tame border protests, Friday’s rocket fire suggests Iran-backed terror group’s Baha Abu al-Ata has his own agenda and is willing to set area… Read More ›

Loyalty to the leader may cost the right its third bid for power in less than one year

Loyalty to the leader may cost the right its third bid for power in less than one year

Loyalty to leadership is commendable but to what extent? A third election cycle may cost the right its chance to retake the leadership and leave… Read More ›

Probe Expands In Truck Deaths, All 39 Victims Are From China

Probe Expands In Truck Deaths, All 39 Victims Are From China

  LONDON (AP) — All 39 people found dead in a refrigerated container truck near an English port were Chinese citizens, British police confirmed Thursday… Read More ›

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey goes after Mark Zuckerberg

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey goes after Mark Zuckerberg

  Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey didn’t hold back his thoughts on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during a Twitter event on Thursday. Dorsey took issue with Zuckerberg’s comments on free speech. The Twitter… Read More ›