Articles by: JewishNews-Aryeh

Syrian air defenses intercept strike over Tadmor

Syrian air defenses intercept strike over Tadmor

Israel is suspected of conducting the attack on targets in Syria’s Homs region.   Syrian air defenses are on high alert after intercepting several projectiles… Read More ›

Customs Dispute Jeopardizes US Fish Stick, Filet Supply

Customs Dispute Jeopardizes US Fish Stick, Filet Supply

  PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A customs dispute at the U.S.-Canada border is threatening America’s supply of a key fish used for popular products such… Read More ›

Taliban’s religious police instructed to be more moderate, but vulnerable Afghans say brutal justice is still being meted out

Taliban’s religious police instructed to be more moderate, but vulnerable Afghans say brutal justice is still being meted out

Ghazni, Afghanistan – The blood-stained bodies of the four accused kidnappers were hung off construction cranes with heavy chains, one with a warning sign strung… Read More ›

Iran has 120 kilograms of 20% enriched uranium, atomic chief says

Iran has 120 kilograms of 20% enriched uranium, atomic chief says

UN agency in September estimated that Islamic Republic has 84.3 kilos of uranium enriched to that level   TEHRAN, Iran — Iran has enriched more… Read More ›

Alleged Iran-hired hitman not cooperating with Cyprus authorities

Alleged Iran-hired hitman not cooperating with Cyprus authorities

Cyprus police have not confirmed the Israeli statement that Iran was behind the attack.   Iran continued to deny accusations that it plotted to attack… Read More ›

Mossad op to find info on missing soldier Ron Arad was a failure – reports

Mossad op to find info on missing soldier Ron Arad was a failure – reports

Defense officials said to accuse Bennett of revealing information on the efforts for political gain; PMO insists mission was a success   A Mossad operation… Read More ›

Police failures exposed by Sarah Everard murder underpin culture of misogyny in the force, activists say

Police failures exposed by Sarah Everard murder underpin culture of misogyny in the force, activists say

  When thousands gathered to mourn the death of Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old woman who was kidnapped, raped and murdered in March, London police responded… Read More ›

The workers who keep global supply chains moving are warning of a ‘system collapse’

The workers who keep global supply chains moving are warning of a ‘system collapse’

London – Seafarers, truck drivers and airline workers have endured quarantines, travel restrictions and complex Covid-19 vaccination and testing requirements to keep stretched supply chains… Read More ›

Chinese Man Dies After Guzzling 1.5 Liters Of Coca Cola In 10 Minutes

Chinese Man Dies After Guzzling 1.5 Liters Of Coca Cola In 10 Minutes

NEW YORK — After reading this story people may have second thoughts about their Coca-Cola habits. A Chinese man allegedly died of a fatal gas… Read More ›

Biden holds first call with French President Macron since diplomatic crisis erupted

Biden holds first call with French President Macron since diplomatic crisis erupted

President Joe Biden spoke for the first time Wednesday with French President Emmanuel Macron after a major diplomatic crisis exploded between the two longtime allies… Read More ›

Foreign Ministry on Raisi UN speech: ‘A clear danger to the Middle East’

Foreign Ministry on Raisi UN speech: ‘A clear danger to the Middle East’

The international community must condemn the Iranian regime and prevent in any way the possibility that weapons and nuclear capability will fall into the hands… Read More ›

Autopsy confirms remains found in Wyoming are Gabby Petito’s, FBI says

Autopsy confirms remains found in Wyoming are Gabby Petito’s, FBI says

Autopsy results have confirmed that the remains found Sunday in the Bridger-Teton National Forest are those of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old woman who disappeared while… Read More ›

Afghanistan’s women judges are in hiding, fearing reprisal attacks from men they jailed

Afghanistan’s women judges are in hiding, fearing reprisal attacks from men they jailed

Tugging at the folds of the traditional hijab dress, two young sisters jostle and laugh to try to get their mother’s attention as she fries… Read More ›

Israel shuts down for Yom Kippur, but forces on high alert

Israel shuts down for Yom Kippur, but forces on high alert

Public transport halts, airwaves go quiet and roads empty out for 25- hour Day of Atonement; 2,000 police deployed in Jerusalem, search for fugitives to… Read More ›

Israel’s government must ask its healthcare workers for forgiveness

Israel’s government must ask its healthcare workers for forgiveness

Opinion: Mr. Bennett, we should live alongside the pandemic, but we cannot live alongside indifference; we must not ‘contain’ the dead, we must not ignore… Read More ›

Breaking with long-held Israeli stance, Gantz willing to ‘accept’ JCPOA revival

Breaking with long-held Israeli stance, Gantz willing to ‘accept’ JCPOA revival

But defense minister says he wants to see ‘viable Plan B’ if efforts to resurrect Iran deal fail, indicating an Israeli military strike would also… Read More ›

In Israel, school reopening, High Holidays threaten effort to limit 4th COVID wave

In Israel, school reopening, High Holidays threaten effort to limit 4th COVID wave

Experts say risk of spike in infection persists even though more than 500,000 Israelis received vaccine booster last week, and rate of positive tests appears… Read More ›

Israelis to celebrate Rosh Hashanah without new restrictions

Israelis to celebrate Rosh Hashanah without new restrictions

Hebrew U: Serious cases to drop under 500 within next week or two   Israelis will be able to celebrate Rosh Hashanah this year without… Read More ›

Iran sports minister joins ‘antisemitic’ attack against Israeli athletes

Iran sports minister joins ‘antisemitic’ attack against Israeli athletes

The Iranian sports minister urged Iranian athletes to refuse to compete against Israeli athletes calling Israel a “child killing and occupying regime.”   The newly… Read More ›

How Israel went from being model on COVID to cautionary tale

How Israel went from being model on COVID to cautionary tale

Opinion: Despite the euphoria surrounding the booster campaign and the country’s high vaccination rates, the public deserves to know how and why Israel turned into… Read More ›