Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Lebanese Hezbollah gearing up to face new Israeli government

Lebanese Hezbollah gearing up to face new Israeli government

In-depth: Expert says Israel’s shift to extreme right could determine who Lebanon choses as next president, with Hezbollah arguing for someone who will support the… Read More ›

Britain to send 14 of its main battle tanks, more weaponry to Ukraine

Britain to send 14 of its main battle tanks, more weaponry to Ukraine

The Challenger 2 is a battle tank designed to attack other tanks and has been in service with the British Army since 1994.   Prime… Read More ›

Analysis: With farcical speaker deadlock, the new Republican House brings chaos back to Washington

Analysis: With farcical speaker deadlock, the new Republican House brings chaos back to Washington

  Governing by chaos is back. Two years after the master of political mayhem, ex-President Donald Trump, stormed out of Washington in disgrace, Republicans have… Read More ›

Asia rings in the New Year as the world starts ushering out 2022

Asia rings in the New Year as the world starts ushering out 2022

As 2023 takes its first steps, it is greeted with fireworks, celebrations and hope despite COVID still spreading through China, the ongoing war in Ukraine… Read More ›

New government’s proposed IDF reforms pose existential threat to Israel

New government’s proposed IDF reforms pose existential threat to Israel

Opinion: Incoming coalition’s demands to de-facto dismantle the ‘army of the people’ model will rid the military of its brightest minds and trample on motivation… Read More ›

Likud agrees to split entire Border Police from police force, hand Ben Gvir control

Likud agrees to split entire Border Police from police force, hand Ben Gvir control

Surprise clause in coalition deal says move to make the gendarmerie force ‘an independent service,’ subject it to authority of national security minister, to occur… Read More ›

Drukman: ‘I’m alive because I have to do good for the people of Israel’

Drukman: ‘I’m alive because I have to do good for the people of Israel’

Top religious Zionist leader Rabbi Haim Drukman died on Sunday evening after suffering from multiple medical issues.   A bit less than a month ago… Read More ›

Why celebrating ‘HanuChristmas’ threatens Jewish cultural identity

Why celebrating ‘HanuChristmas’ threatens Jewish cultural identity

Opinion: Christmas parties or stores selling Santa Claus hats along with dreidels in Israel do not fall under the definition of pluralism; tolerance is one… Read More ›

Netanyahu’s cult of personality won’t bridge troubled diplomatic waters – analysis

Netanyahu’s cult of personality won’t bridge troubled diplomatic waters – analysis

Israel’s incoming prime minister’s cult of personality is likely to be more difficult to promote abroad than at home.   Incoming prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu… Read More ›

West Bank’s Maccabee palaces must be Israeli national park, settlers say

West Bank’s Maccabee palaces must be Israeli national park, settlers say

The remnants of the palaces, with their ritual baths and the ancient Hashmonaim synagogue, which King Herod converted into his winter palace, are located in… Read More ›

Kohavi to Iranians: ‘We’re watching;’ to Israelis: ‘We’re ready’ – analysis

Kohavi to Iranians: ‘We’re watching;’ to Israelis: ‘We’re ready’ – analysis

Kohavi used the IDF hit on an Iranian convoy as an illustration of the IDF’s ability to adapt to new situations and shape reality on… Read More ›

Arab politicians should learn from their World Cup teams

Arab politicians should learn from their World Cup teams

Opinion: Disunity and fragmentation across the Arab world leads to individual weakness that can only be overcome by joining forces and accomplishing what many thought… Read More ›

Far-right will drive Israelis to the streets en masse

Far-right will drive Israelis to the streets en masse

Opinion: Incoming government is set to trample on the beliefs and values of the Jewish democratic state, and will discover that non-religious Zionists will not… Read More ›

Proposed law gives far-right’s Ben Gvir unprecedented powers over police

Proposed law gives far-right’s Ben Gvir unprecedented powers over police

New bill would put Otzma Yehudit chief in charge of policy instead of leaving it to police commissioner; says the outgoing minister: ‘This is a… Read More ›

Will Netanyahu’s new government doom the Abraham Accords? – analysis

Will Netanyahu’s new government doom the Abraham Accords? – analysis

Herzog might be dreaming of new accord members, and Netanyahu might speak of them, but he will most likely find himself walking a tightrope.  … Read More ›

Religious parties’ demand for gender segregation will only amplify sex

Religious parties’ demand for gender segregation will only amplify sex

Opinion: United Torah Judaism and far-right Religious Zionist parties’ demand for legislation permitting gender segregation at publicly funded events takes us back to primitive habits… Read More ›

Netanyahu gives Smotrich broad powers over settlements, Palestinian construction

Netanyahu gives Smotrich broad powers over settlements, Palestinian construction

Under coalition deal, Religious Zionism chief will be finance minister for two years, with party also granted influential position to advance controversial judicial reform  … Read More ›

WATCH: Rabbi Zweibel Discusses Trump Dining with Antisemites Kanye and Fuentes at Agudah Convention

WATCH: Rabbi Zweibel Discusses Trump Dining with Antisemites Kanye and Fuentes at Agudah Convention

STAMFORD (Yaakov M / VINnews) — At the Agudah Convention on Motzei Shabbos, Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zweibel, executive VP of Agudath Israel of America, appeared… Read More ›

South Korea spent $200 billion, but it can’t pay people enough to have a baby

South Korea spent $200 billion, but it can’t pay people enough to have a baby

The season of baby fairs is here once again in South Korea. Busy, noisy affairs held in cavernous conference halls where hundreds of vendors try… Read More ›

PM, IDF chief slam lawmakers for targeting officer who jailed Hebron soldier

PM, IDF chief slam lawmakers for targeting officer who jailed Hebron soldier

Lapid: ‘Dangerous’ rhetoric; Kohavi: ‘Political interference in commanders’ decisions unacceptable’; IDF weighing punishment of soldier who warned Ben Gvir will ‘sort things out’   Prime… Read More ›