Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

Europe’s loud, rule-breaking unvaccinated minority are falling out of society

Europe’s loud, rule-breaking unvaccinated minority are falling out of society

London – Before Covid-19, Nicolas Rimoldi had never attended a protest. But somewhere along the pandemic’s long and tortuous road, which saw his native Switzerland… Read More ›

COVID-19: New Omicron sub variant discovered in Israel

COVID-19: New Omicron sub variant discovered in Israel

Some 20 cases have been discovered so far. The sub variant is thought to have originated in India, and has been found in Canada, Denmark,… Read More ›

Iran reveals ‘untold story’ of arming Palestinians in Gaza

Iran reveals ‘untold story’ of arming Palestinians in Gaza

Soleimani’s strategy “was able to multiply the power of the resistance against the Zionist regime” by arming them.   Iranian media, to mark the anniversary… Read More ›

Israel must shut down its schools now!

Israel must shut down its schools now!

Opinion: Efforts to keep education system open at all cost have resulted in more and more students becoming infected with coronavirus; state must recognize reality… Read More ›

Iran will face ‘severe consequences’ if it attacks Americans – White House

Iran will face ‘severe consequences’ if it attacks Americans – White House

“Make no mistake: the USA will protect and defend its citizens, including those serving the United States now and those who formerly served.”   There… Read More ›

Rabbi Tau: ‘We Have Become Involved In Mob Justice Towards Any Person Accused Of Intimate Crimes’

Rabbi Tau: ‘We Have Become Involved In Mob Justice Towards Any Person Accused Of Intimate Crimes’

JERUSALEM — In a long letter published after his meeting with Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, Rabbi Tzvi Tau, head of the Har Hamor yeshiva and the… Read More ›

Progress expected but breakthrough unlikely in Iran nuclear talks, analysts say

Progress expected but breakthrough unlikely in Iran nuclear talks, analysts say

Analysis: Tehran pushing for early lifting of sanctions as negotiations in Vienna enter 8th round; Iran, meanwhile, continues to develop its nuclear program, insisting it’s… Read More ›

Anti-aircraft missiles fired at IDF helicopters during Gaza strike, but miss

Anti-aircraft missiles fired at IDF helicopters during Gaza strike, but miss

Hamas rarely launches surface-to-air missiles at Israeli manned aircraft; military says attack caused no injury or damage   In a rare incident, Gazan terrorists targeted… Read More ›

Pair Of Men In Brooklyn Verbally, Physically Abused For Being Jewish

Pair Of Men In Brooklyn Verbally, Physically Abused For Being Jewish

BROOKLYN – Two young Jewish men were brutally attacked Sunday in Brooklyn, and they say it’s because they where Jewish. Blake Zavadsky and Ilan Kaganovich,… Read More ›

Palestinians Rip Mansour Abbas over Pro-Israel Comments

Palestinians Rip Mansour Abbas over Pro-Israel Comments

MIDDLE EAST — A broad range of Palestinian groups have blasted Ra’am leader Mansour Abbas after he did what many Arabs consider unthinkable–he recognized Israel… Read More ›

Early studies suggest a reduced risk of Covid-19 hospitalization when infected with Omicron compared to Delta

Early studies suggest a reduced risk of Covid-19 hospitalization when infected with Omicron compared to Delta

  Two new preprint papers add to the growing evidence that the Omicron coronavirus variant may be less likely to cause severe disease and hospitalization… Read More ›

‘An event canceled is better than a life canceled,’ WHO chief warns ahead of holiday season

‘An event canceled is better than a life canceled,’ WHO chief warns ahead of holiday season

It might be time to rethink your festive plans, the World Health Organization has warned amid a rising number of cases of the coronavirus caused… Read More ›

Health Ministry recommends putting US, Canada, Turkey under travel ban

Health Ministry recommends putting US, Canada, Turkey under travel ban

According to the Health Ministry’s recommendation, the ban is scheduled to come into effect at midnight between Tuesday and Wednesday.   The government should classify… Read More ›

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila “Gift Card Steala” Dixon Baselessly Attacks Orthodox Jews

Former Baltimore Mayor Sheila “Gift Card Steala” Dixon Baselessly Attacks Orthodox Jews

BALTIMORE — Sheila Dixon, the former Mayor of Baltimore, is being sharply condemned after she made antisemitic remarks on a Youtube video. Her baseless claims… Read More ›

Bennett to embark on surprise trip to UAE, meet Bin Salman

Bennett to embark on surprise trip to UAE, meet Bin Salman

The visit will be the first-ever by an Israeli prime minister to the Gulf state, and comes as tensions with Iran continue to grow.  … Read More ›

Omicron carriers to require 14-day quarantine, instead of 10 mandated for others

Omicron carriers to require 14-day quarantine, instead of 10 mandated for others

Policy going into effect on Thursday put in place due to suspicion variant may stay contagious for longer, Health Ministry says   Confirmed carriers of… Read More ›

Pressure Ratchets Up On Unilever To End Ben & Jerry’s Ice-Cream Boycott

Pressure Ratchets Up On Unilever To End Ben & Jerry’s Ice-Cream Boycott

NEW YORK (JNS) – Pressure is intensifying on the British company Unilever, the parent company of Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream brand, because of its announcement… Read More ›

Australia joins US in diplomatic boycott of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

Australia joins US in diplomatic boycott of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics

Australia will join the United States in a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Wednesday. Morrison said while… Read More ›

Israeli wounded in suspected West Bank car-ramming, driver shot and killed

Israeli wounded in suspected West Bank car-ramming, driver shot and killed

Guard at Te’enim Checkpoint seriously wounded when hit by vehicle coming from Palestinian side; suspected assailant said ‘neutralized’   An Israeli security guard was seriously… Read More ›

Michigan school shooting: Man identifies himself as person accused of helping alleged gunman’s parents

Michigan school shooting: Man identifies himself as person accused of helping alleged gunman’s parents

A 65-year-old man has publicly identified himself as the person law enforcement says helped the fugitive parents of the alleged Michigan school shooter into the… Read More ›