Articles by: JewishNews-Ilan

Israel launches manhunt for terrorist who killed 2 in central Tel Aviv

Israel launches manhunt for terrorist who killed 2 in central Tel Aviv

Police say gunman opened fire at a bar on busy Dizengoff Street during the pre-holiday rush; police go door to door in search for the… Read More ›

Gantz approves administrative detention for Islamic State suspect from Nazareth

Gantz approves administrative detention for Islamic State suspect from Nazareth

Move follows Bennett’s order to use controversial practice of holding suspects without trial as part of efforts to prevent further terror attacks, after spate of… Read More ›

Russia denies killings in Bucha, calls images of bodies ‘another production’ by Kyiv

Russia denies killings in Bucha, calls images of bodies ‘another production’ by Kyiv

Moscow maintains residents didn’t ‘suffer any violent actions’ and that everyone ‘had opportunity to freely leave’; Ukrainian prosecutors say 410 corpses recovered so far  … Read More ›

‘We Are Strong:’ Israelis undeterred by wave of terror

‘We Are Strong:’ Israelis undeterred by wave of terror

Security presence reinforced across Israel ahead of Easter, Passover, and Ramadan holidays.   Israelis shopping at the bustling Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem on Wednesday… Read More ›

Ukraine war: Russia to only use nukes in case of existential threat – Kremlin

Ukraine war: Russia to only use nukes in case of existential threat – Kremlin

British military intelligence said the Russian private military company, the Wagner Group, has been deployed to eastern Ukraine.   Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov told PBS… Read More ›

Israel welcomes 10,000 immigrants since start of Ukraine war

Israel welcomes 10,000 immigrants since start of Ukraine war

Immigration Ministry says Sasha Zlobjn, a native of the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, is the 10,000th person to immigrate to Israel since the country opened… Read More ›

Tensions rise again as Azerbaijani forces cross line of contact – report

Tensions rise again as Azerbaijani forces cross line of contact – report

Armenia has also accused Azerbaijan of cutting off gas supplies to Artsakh amid extreme winter weather in the area.   Tensions are rising again between… Read More ›

Globetrotting Bennett forgot most of Israel’s problems are at home

Globetrotting Bennett forgot most of Israel’s problems are at home

Opinion: The horrific terror attack in Be’er Sheva shows PM that the most urgent matters he must contend with are domestic, and as long as… Read More ›

US condemns ‘abhorrent’ terror attack in Beersheba: ‘This has to stop’

US condemns ‘abhorrent’ terror attack in Beersheba: ‘This has to stop’

Washington calls killing of four Israelis ‘despicable,’ offers condolences; UN envoy to Mideast says ‘no justification’ for violence, and ‘no excuse for praising such acts’… Read More ›

Meet Israeli organ transplant coordinators who rushed to aid Ukrainian refugees

Meet Israeli organ transplant coordinators who rushed to aid Ukrainian refugees

Malka Stein was on board one of the earliest rescue delegations that set out to provide first-hand aid to Ukrainians fleeing war; she is one… Read More ›

In scathing speech, Zelensky pleads with Israel to prevent Russia’s ‘final solution’

In scathing speech, Zelensky pleads with Israel to prevent Russia’s ‘final solution’

Addressing lawmakers via Zoom, Ukrainian leader says Israel ‘will have to live’ with its decisions to withhold military aid from Kyiv and sit out Western… Read More ›

Search for survivors continues in Mariupol theater; dozens killed in Russian strikes

Search for survivors continues in Mariupol theater; dozens killed in Russian strikes

Reports say some 7,000 Russian soldiers killed so far during invasion; Biden calls Putin a ‘thug’ and a murderous dictator as US evaluates potential war… Read More ›

In Rare Show Of Unity, All 25 Jewish House Democrats Blast Amnesty Director’s Comments On Israel

In Rare Show Of Unity, All 25 Jewish House Democrats Blast Amnesty Director’s Comments On Israel

  WASHINGTON (JTA) — All 25 Jewish Democrats in the House, a fractious caucus that rarely unanimously agrees on issues of Jewish interest, signed onto… Read More ›

China has expressed some openness to providing military and financial aid to Russia, US cable suggests

China has expressed some openness to providing military and financial aid to Russia, US cable suggests

The US has information suggesting China has expressed some openness to providing Russia with requested military and financial assistance as part of its war on… Read More ›

Despite battles being waged in some cities, parts of Ukraine still untouched by war

Despite battles being waged in some cities, parts of Ukraine still untouched by war

Ynet correspondent to war-torn country joins a refugee convoy heading to Hungarian and Romanian borders to escape the war, and finds in some areas in… Read More ›

Effort to relieve encircled Ukrainian port city put in jeopardy

Effort to relieve encircled Ukrainian port city put in jeopardy

Mariupol official says Russian forces continued to pound areas where people were trying to gather ahead of being taken out; adds some roads were blocked,… Read More ›

Israel said to believe Ukraine now faces critical choice: capitulation or calamity

Israel said to believe Ukraine now faces critical choice: capitulation or calamity

Following Bennett’s talks with Putin and Zelensky, Israeli officials say Russia has softened demands, but will likely double down on destructive assault if no capitulation… Read More ›

Russian ambassador claims media ‘lies’, depicts Russia as ‘monstrous’

Russian ambassador claims media ‘lies’, depicts Russia as ‘monstrous’

Anatoly Viktorov says there is incitement and hate against his country and everything that the Russians say is considered propaganda; denies opposition outlets hounded by… Read More ›

Pro-Putin Chechen general who led ‘gay purge’ killed in Ukraine

Pro-Putin Chechen general who led ‘gay purge’ killed in Ukraine

Chechen general Magomed Tushayev was killed on Saturday, and was responsible for for torturing and murdering LGBTQ+ individuals.   Ukraine forces killed Chechen general Magomed… Read More ›

China so far not helping Russia evade Western sanctions-US official

China so far not helping Russia evade Western sanctions-US official

China is Russia’s biggest trade partner for both exports and imports.   China so far does not appear to be helping Russia evade Western financial… Read More ›