Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

Anti-Netanyahu protests have shot themselves in the foot

Anti-Netanyahu protests have shot themselves in the foot

Opinion: Holding what are essentially beach parties and packed holiday feasts while the rest of the country is locked down with either their nuclear families… Read More ›

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be first Jew and first woman to lie in state at Capitol

Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be first Jew and first woman to lie in state at Capitol

Plan marks a departure from Jewish tradition, which dictates that a body should be buried within 24 hours, with some exceptions; justice to be buried… Read More ›

One-Third Of Netanyahu’s Voters Believe COVID-19 Was Sent By God

One-Third Of Netanyahu’s Voters Believe COVID-19 Was Sent By God

  JERUSALEM (JTA) — One quarter of Jewish Israelis, and more than one-third of Jews who voted for Benjamin Netanyahu, believes the coronavirus was sent… Read More ›

Mideast peace, Trump style

Mideast peace, Trump style

Opinion: The agreements signed Tuesday are testament to U.S. weakness and Gulf nations’ understanding that the American president cannot be trusted to defend them; Israel… Read More ›

Analysis: Peace agreements suggest UAE, Bahrain are now less pro-Palestinian than Europe

Analysis: Peace agreements suggest UAE, Bahrain are now less pro-Palestinian than Europe

The documents signed by Abu Dhabi and Manama vaguely call for a ‘solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict’ but don’t explicitly mention the two-state solution or… Read More ›

Analysis: China has spent 2020 losing friends. But Brussels can’t afford to make an enemy of world’s next hyperpower

Analysis: China has spent 2020 losing friends. But Brussels can’t afford to make an enemy of world’s next hyperpower

  This year has left the European Union very confused over what to do about China. At the start of the year, the two parties… Read More ›

Government approves NIS 11 bilion budget increase after late-night talks

Government approves NIS 11 bilion budget increase after late-night talks

The plan’s approval by the government means it will move to the Knesset plenum, where it must pass in 3 readings before December 23, 2020.… Read More ›

Seven states should be on alert for rising coronavirus cases over Labor Day weekend, Fauci says

Seven states should be on alert for rising coronavirus cases over Labor Day weekend, Fauci says

  The nation’s top infectious disease specialist warned that seven states might see a surge in the number of positive coronavirus cases after the Labor… Read More ›

Israeli leadership must stop shifting the blame on the people and act against COVID

Israeli leadership must stop shifting the blame on the people and act against COVID

Opinion: Instead of launching constant threats at the public, lawmakers and health experts must formulate a precise and responsible strategy to fight coronavirus, just like… Read More ›

Bahrain opens airspace to Israeli planes, following Saudi lead

Bahrain opens airspace to Israeli planes, following Saudi lead

Using Bahrain’s airspace could make route to UAE even more direct, though only if Qatari airspace is used as well   The tiny Gulf kingdom… Read More ›

US Vetoes UN Resolution Over Islamic State Fighters’ Return

US Vetoes UN Resolution Over Islamic State Fighters’ Return

  UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States vetoed a U.N. resolution Monday calling for the prosecution, rehabilitation and reintegration of all those engaged in… Read More ›

Pompeo ends Middle East tour with no further peace declarations

Pompeo ends Middle East tour with no further peace declarations

Pompeo’s trip comes in advance of a planned visit next Monday to the UAE by an official Israeli delegation led by National Security Adviser Meir… Read More ›

Police say 17 suspects identified in gang rape of 16-year-old

Police say 17 suspects identified in gang rape of 16-year-old

Officers say evidence from Eilat resort investigation backs victim’s testimony; prosecutors expected to file charges against suspects next week, 14 of whom already under arrest,… Read More ›

Jared Kushner Will Be On First Flight From Israel To Abu Dhabi Next Monday

Jared Kushner Will Be On First Flight From Israel To Abu Dhabi Next Monday

  TEL AVIV  — The US announced Tuesday that the first official commercial flight from Israel to Abu Dhabi will take place Monday and will… Read More ›

Israel needs an honest conversation with its superspreaders

Israel needs an honest conversation with its superspreaders

Opinion: The precarious pandemic situation stems from the government’s lack of communication with the Arab and ultra-Orthodox sectors, which constitute the most infections and as… Read More ›

Pompeo to defy own order to deliver RNC speech from Jerusalem

Pompeo to defy own order to deliver RNC speech from Jerusalem

Secretary of State sent cable to all US missions last month warning American diplomats that under federal law they should not take overt sides in… Read More ›

Prosecutors: Former Uber Exec Charged In Hacking Cover-Up

Prosecutors: Former Uber Exec Charged In Hacking Cover-Up

  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A former Uber executive was charged Thursday in federal court on allegations that he arranged to pay hackers $100,000 to… Read More ›

Think tank, ex-Mossad, IDF intel try to predict Lebanon’s future

Think tank, ex-Mossad, IDF intel try to predict Lebanon’s future

Exclusive: The Jerusalem Post reveals the results of the ICT-IDC open poker project.   The recent Beirut explosion and the resignation of the Lebanese government… Read More ›

UAE agreement could usher in a new golden age for Israel

UAE agreement could usher in a new golden age for Israel

Opinion: The new accord with the United Arab Emirates will not only allow Israel to keep an eye on the Iranian threat in its own… Read More ›

Israel working on ties with Bahrain, implementing UAE agreement

Israel working on ties with Bahrain, implementing UAE agreement

The agreement between Israel and the UAE is the first in 26 years, since prime minister Yitzhak Rabin made peace with Jordan, and Israel’s third-ever… Read More ›