Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

Shin Bet thwarts bus bombing by Gazan with work permit

Shin Bet thwarts bus bombing by Gazan with work permit

Announcement comes 24hrs after two bombs placed at bus stops in Jerusalem killed a teenager and wounded dozens more.   The Shin Bet security agency… Read More ›

Body of Druze held by Palestinians in Jenin returned to family in Israel

Body of Druze held by Palestinians in Jenin returned to family in Israel

Military says expected the body returned over ‘humanitarian’ concerns; Gantz thanks Palestinian Authority for facilitating body’s return The body of Tiran Fero, a young Israeli… Read More ›

Uproar over settler attack on soldier only amplifies indifference to Palestinians

Uproar over settler attack on soldier only amplifies indifference to Palestinians

Opinion: The shock and condemnation in Israel following settler attack in Hebron on a female soldier proves that Palestinians in the same city don’t enjoy… Read More ›

Netanyahu: New government will pursue ‘broad’ consensus but defer to majority rule

Netanyahu: New government will pursue ‘broad’ consensus but defer to majority rule

In first speech to 25th Knesset, presumed prime minister rejects ‘moral preachings’ of outgoing administration, vows to ‘preserve Israeli democracy and Israel’   In his… Read More ›

Democrats poised to pick Hakeem Jeffries as Nancy Pelosi’s successor

Democrats poised to pick Hakeem Jeffries as Nancy Pelosi’s successor

  House Democrats appear likely to choose New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries to succeed Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a potentially historic move to elect the first… Read More ›

Musk’s Latest Twitter Cuts: Outsourced Content Moderators

Musk’s Latest Twitter Cuts: Outsourced Content Moderators

  Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk is further gutting the teams that battle misinformation on the social media platform as outsourced moderators learned over the… Read More ›

What’s at stake for the world’s top two economies as Biden and Xi meet

What’s at stake for the world’s top two economies as Biden and Xi meet

  Hong Kong — When President Joe Biden took office in January 2021, there were expectations on both sides of the Pacific that he would back away… Read More ›

Tweets With Racial Slurs Soar Since Musk Takeover: Report

Tweets With Racial Slurs Soar Since Musk Takeover: Report

  (AP) – Instances of racial slurs have soared on Twitter since Elon Musk purchased the influential platform, despite assurances from the platform that it… Read More ›

Girl in Germany trapped at home for 7 years, finally freed

Girl in Germany trapped at home for 7 years, finally freed

The 8-year-old girl was deprived of contact with the outside world the entire time she was confined to her mother’s house.   An eight-year-old girl… Read More ›

Iran and economy: Challenges Netanyahu’s new government likely to face

Iran and economy: Challenges Netanyahu’s new government likely to face

In-depth: All eyes are on the oppositions leader, poised to return to premiership, whose expected new coalition set to face many immediate tests, such as… Read More ›

Arizona ballot snafu drives Republican conspiracy theories

Arizona ballot snafu drives Republican conspiracy theories

State officials say every vote will be counted after malfunction affects tabulator machines, fueling questions about integrity of election from Trump, others   PHOENIX, Arizona… Read More ›

WATCH: Critically Injured Avreich From November 2021 Terror Attack Returns To Scene

WATCH: Critically Injured Avreich From November 2021 Terror Attack Returns To Scene

JERUSALEM — In a moving clip portraying Aharon Immergreen, a young Avreich who was critically injured in a terrorist attack in the Old City in… Read More ›

US launched warplanes after Iran threatened Saudi Arabia – report

US launched warplanes after Iran threatened Saudi Arabia – report

The scrambling of the jets comes after Riyadh warned the US that Iran was planning an attack against both Saudi Arabia and Iraq.   The… Read More ›

2 of 3 Arab factions predicted to enter Knesset, vow to oppose far-right ‘fascism’

2 of 3 Arab factions predicted to enter Knesset, vow to oppose far-right ‘fascism’

Exit polls show Ra’am, Hadash-Ta’al crossing electoral threshold and Balad just below as some voice fear over Religious Zionism’s strong showing   Exit polls released… Read More ›

Yeshiva Students Troll NBA Star Kyrie Irving at Nets Game, Following Antisemitic Tweet

Yeshiva Students Troll NBA Star Kyrie Irving at Nets Game, Following Antisemitic Tweet

BROOKLYN — A group of yeshiva students sat courtside at Monday’s Nets basketball game wearing pro-Jewish t-shirts, just a few feet from Kyrie Irving who… Read More ›

Crowd crush kills at least 151 at Seoul Halloween festivities

Crowd crush kills at least 151 at Seoul Halloween festivities

Seoul, South Korea – South Korea’s first big Halloween celebration since the end of Covid restrictions turned to tragedy on Saturday night, when at least 151 people,… Read More ›

Israeli hiker killed after being hit by boulder on Nepal trek

Israeli hiker killed after being hit by boulder on Nepal trek

Dr. Asaf Ben Barak, 71, from Kibbutz Be’eri was traversing through the rough terrain of Mount Annapurna when a large rock came tumbling down the… Read More ›

Zelensky to Sharansky: Israel is one of few countries that can help defend our skies

Zelensky to Sharansky: Israel is one of few countries that can help defend our skies

Ukraine’s president meets members of Babyn Yar memorial board in Kyiv, pledges governments support for expansion of museum   Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky met with… Read More ›

Smotrich: Netanyahu ‘lying through his teeth,’ was desperate to ally with Ra’am

Smotrich: Netanyahu ‘lying through his teeth,’ was desperate to ally with Ra’am

In recording, Religious Zionism chief says former PM is ‘trouble’ and may yet be found guilty in trial; wants any benefits to Arab public to… Read More ›

The line between escalation and stability in the West Bank is fragile

The line between escalation and stability in the West Bank is fragile

Opinion: On the one hand, the PA is taking proactive steps to stop armed militants and most of the Palestinian public has so far not… Read More ›