Articles by: JewishNews-David

Israel and Hamas play a game of chicken over Jerusalem flag march

Israel and Hamas play a game of chicken over Jerusalem flag march

Analysis: Opposition to contentious parade, which as of now includes Damascus Gate on its route, unites Palestinians across the board; meanwhile, neither Israel nor Hamas… Read More ›

US envoy, lawmakers warn Israel against ousting Palestinians from South Hebron Hills

US envoy, lawmakers warn Israel against ousting Palestinians from South Hebron Hills

Envoy to UN raises concern at UNSC, 83 Dems write to Blinken asking US to intervene after court okays plan to evict 1,300 Palestinians from… Read More ›

US Safety, Savings Rules Set Stage For Baby Formula Shortage

US Safety, Savings Rules Set Stage For Baby Formula Shortage

  WASHINGTON (AP) — A massive recall is getting most of the blame for the U.S. baby formula shortage, but experts say the products have… Read More ›

Busy with external threats, Israel abandoned home front

Busy with external threats, Israel abandoned home front

Opinion: The public has been left at the mercy of domestic terrorists and criminals, and now, the government must build a new security blueprint to… Read More ›

Health officials predict more monkeypox cases, but no widespread outbreak

Health officials predict more monkeypox cases, but no widespread outbreak

Disease control committee director downplays fears of an epidemic after 1st case found in Israel; Health Ministry tells people coming from abroad with symptoms to… Read More ›

Musk Hints At Paying Less For Twitter Than His $44B Offer

Musk Hints At Paying Less For Twitter Than His $44B Offer

  DETROIT (AP) — Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave the strongest hint yet Monday that he would like to pay less for Twitter than his… Read More ›

US To Drop Ban On Rabbi Meir Kahane’s ‘Kach’ Movement

US To Drop Ban On Rabbi Meir Kahane’s ‘Kach’ Movement

  BERLIN (AP) — The United States is poised to remove five extremist groups, all believed to be defunct, from its list of foreign terrorist… Read More ›

Civilians — plus two anxious meerkats — endure searches and shelling as they flee Russia-occupied Kherson

Civilians — plus two anxious meerkats — endure searches and shelling as they flee Russia-occupied Kherson

  Every day, hundreds, or even thousands, of people are trying to flee the Russian-occupied region of Kherson in southern Ukraine, gathering up whatever they… Read More ›

US intelligence officials warn China is ‘working hard’ to be able to take over Taiwan militarily

US intelligence officials warn China is ‘working hard’ to be able to take over Taiwan militarily

  Washington – The US intelligence community believes that China is actively attempting to build a military capable of taking over Taiwan — even in… Read More ›

Jordanian king expected to meet Biden at White House over Temple Mount tensions

Jordanian king expected to meet Biden at White House over Temple Mount tensions

Leaders reportedly to focus on reducing pressures surrounding flashpoint Jerusalem holy site that threatens to spark a wider conflict and hurt ties between Israel and… Read More ›

IDF Launches Most Extensive War Drill In Decades

IDF Launches Most Extensive War Drill In Decades

The Israel Defense Forces announced on Monday the start of its largest war drill in decades, dubbed “Chariots of Fire.” The month-long exercise will prepare… Read More ›

Analysis: On a Victory Day without new victories, Putin’s speech keeps the world guessing

Analysis: On a Victory Day without new victories, Putin’s speech keeps the world guessing

Global leaders and defense officials had spent weeks speculating what Russian President Vladimir Putin might reveal about his Ukraine plans in a speech at Russia’s… Read More ›

‘Arguments fall silent in cemeteries’: Herzog calls for unity in Memorial Day speech

‘Arguments fall silent in cemeteries’: Herzog calls for unity in Memorial Day speech

Siren sounds nationwide to begin day of mourning for country’s 28,284 fallen soldiers and terror victims, including 177 from past year; IDF chief: ‘We defend… Read More ›

23-Year-Old Security Guard Murdered In Ariel Terror Attack Friday Night, Girlfriend Escapes Unscathed

23-Year-Old Security Guard Murdered In Ariel Terror Attack Friday Night, Girlfriend Escapes Unscathed

JERUSALEM — Two Palestinian terrorists opened fire at a guard post at the entrance to the city of Ariel Friday night, killing a 23-year-old security… Read More ›

Beijing shuts Universal Studios, bans restaurant dining in major escalation of Covid restrictions

Beijing shuts Universal Studios, bans restaurant dining in major escalation of Covid restrictions

Beijing has banned all restaurant dining, shut down Universal Studios and ordered residents to provide proof of a negative Covid test to enter public venues… Read More ›

Five remarkable Jewish women who did not survive the Holocaust

Five remarkable Jewish women who did not survive the Holocaust

Although these women did not live to pass on their story, on Holocaust Remembrance Day Israelis must do it for them; scholars, rebels, feminists, and… Read More ›

Israel will pay a dear price for Gaza appeasement

Israel will pay a dear price for Gaza appeasement

Opinion: Recent security escalation, including rocket fire, proves the government has forgotten the lessons learned in the last two wars against Hamas, during which it… Read More ›

IDF shells targets in Lebanon after rocket fired into Israel

IDF shells targets in Lebanon after rocket fired into Israel

Military says rocket landed in open area near Kibbutz Matsuba, close to border, without causing damage or injuries; no warning sirens sounded and army says alert… Read More ›

Stocks Stumble 2.8% As Worries About Interest Rates Worsen

Stocks Stumble 2.8% As Worries About Interest Rates Worsen

  NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks tumbled on Wall Street Friday, leaving the S&P 500 with its biggest one-day loss in almost seven weeks, as… Read More ›

What happens to weapons sent to Ukraine? The US doesn’t really know

What happens to weapons sent to Ukraine? The US doesn’t really know

  Washington – The US has few ways to track the substantial supply of anti-tank, anti-aircraft and other weaponry it has sent across the border… Read More ›