Articles by: JewishNews-Malki

Officials say Buffalo shooter researched, targeted black neighborhood

Officials say Buffalo shooter researched, targeted black neighborhood

18-year-old suspect, who left behind a white supremacist manifesto, traveled 200 miles and carried out reconnaissance at store a day before deadly shooting   BUFFALO,… Read More ›

Shura council huddles to deliberate Ra’am’s future in the coalition

Shura council huddles to deliberate Ra’am’s future in the coalition

Report claims Islamist party won’t quit coalition but plans to keep freeze in place; Ra’am reportedly considering reuniting with Joint List   The religious council… Read More ›

Israel juggling Iran, Gaza, and domestic politics

Israel juggling Iran, Gaza, and domestic politics

Analysis: Upcoming week may be a significant turning point for the security and political future of the country; with Iran nuclear deal at crossroads and… Read More ›

Yentl’s revenge: Young American-Jewish women outperform all others academically

Yentl’s revenge: Young American-Jewish women outperform all others academically

Tulane University professor Ilana Horwitz’s research points to religious culture as reason for why Jewish girls surpass educational attainment of non-Jewish girls – and Jewish… Read More ›

Putin has put himself at the center of Russia’s Victory Day. But he has little to celebrate

Putin has put himself at the center of Russia’s Victory Day. But he has little to celebrate

President Vladimir Putin takes Russian anniversaries seriously. It was no coincidence that his invasion of Ukraine came a day after Defender of the Fatherland Day,… Read More ›

Jewish Soldiers Are Buried Under Crosses Around The World. A Rabbi’s Nonprofit Is Changing That

Jewish Soldiers Are Buried Under Crosses Around The World. A Rabbi’s Nonprofit Is Changing That

  Rabbi Jacob J. Schacter was visiting the cemetery for U.S. soldiers in Normandy when something struck the professor of Jewish history at Yeshiva University… Read More ›

Supreme Court Draft Opinion Leak Suggests High Court Will Overturn Roe

Supreme Court Draft Opinion Leak Suggests High Court Will Overturn Roe

  WASHINGTON (AP) — A draft opinion circulated among Supreme Court justices suggests that earlier this year a majority of them had thrown support behind… Read More ›

Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade published by Politico

Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade published by Politico

  In a stunning breach of Supreme Court confidentiality, Politico has obtained what it calls a draft of a majority opinion written by Justice Samuel… Read More ›

Russians plunder $5M farm vehicles from Ukraine — to find they’ve been remotely disabled

Russians plunder $5M farm vehicles from Ukraine — to find they’ve been remotely disabled

  Russian troops in the occupied city of Melitopol have stolen all the equipment from a farm equipment dealership — and shipped it to Chechnya,… Read More ›

Russia’s tanks in Ukraine have a ‘jack-in-the-box’ design flaw. And the West has known about it since the Gulf war

Russia’s tanks in Ukraine have a ‘jack-in-the-box’ design flaw. And the West has known about it since the Gulf war

  Russian tanks with their tops blown off are just the latest sign that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine isn’t going to plan. Hundreds of Russian… Read More ›

Hamas is taking advantage of Israel’s lax retaliation policy

Hamas is taking advantage of Israel’s lax retaliation policy

Opinion: Israel’s new strategy has allowed Gaza rulers to become increasingly brazen and expand into Lebanon; in order to stop them, Israel must punish the… Read More ›

What were Hitler, Stalin, Mao, like as kids? Early years of 6 dictators…plus Putin

What were Hitler, Stalin, Mao, like as kids? Early years of 6 dictators…plus Putin

In ‘Before Evil,’ out on April 26, author and historian Brandon Gauthier paints a picture of typical, if somewhat misfit, youths who enjoyed reading and… Read More ›

France braces for election showdown between centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen

France braces for election showdown between centrist Macron, far-right Le Pen

Macron favored to win another five-year term, but outcome is far from certain in election that could have far-reaching repercussions for Europe and the war… Read More ›

How Matzah and the Teshuvas HaRashba Miraculously Saved Yidden from Terrorism

How Matzah and the Teshuvas HaRashba Miraculously Saved Yidden from Terrorism

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com Yes, it is true. Six Hamas terrorist were killed and 7 were foiled because of Matzah and a Teshuvas… Read More ›

3 US sailors from aircraft carrier found dead in less than one week

3 US sailors from aircraft carrier found dead in less than one week

  Three sailors from the USS George Washington aircraft carrier were found dead in less than one week, the Navy said, as the Naval Criminal… Read More ›

Russians flee Putin regime to join Ukraine refugees in Israel

Russians flee Putin regime to join Ukraine refugees in Israel

Young, middle class Russians, some having expressed criticism of the government say remaining in Russian can eventually lead to their arrest; arriving under Law of… Read More ›

Chabad stages worldwide celebrations to mark former leader’s 120th birthday

Chabad stages worldwide celebrations to mark former leader’s 120th birthday

After street parties, Hasidic movement’s emissaries fan out across NYC in ‘mitzvah tanks’ to give out matzah as part of festivities memorializing Rabbi Menachem Mendel… Read More ›

Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine, drawing Israeli condemnations

Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine, drawing Israeli condemnations

Gantz says attack on Joseph’s Tomb, apparently by Palestinian rioters, is ‘grave event’ and damage will be repaired immediately; Lapid: It’s attacking the heart of… Read More ›

Ukrainian prosecutor-general says is gathering evidence of Russian war crimes

Ukrainian prosecutor-general says is gathering evidence of Russian war crimes

Russia has vehemently denied the accusations, calling them fabricated and staged.   Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky told the UN Security Council on Tuesday that the… Read More ›

US, Europe plan further Russia sanctions as Ukraine civilian death toll mounts

US, Europe plan further Russia sanctions as Ukraine civilian death toll mounts

The US, Germany and France promised new sanctions against Russia as images of atrocities and war crimes in Bucha, Ukraine drew an international outcry.  … Read More ›