Articles by: JewishNews-Rami

IDF says it foiled Hamas attack tunnel with two branches along northern Gaza border

IDF says it foiled Hamas attack tunnel with two branches along northern Gaza border

Official says tunnel first struck during last year’s war, but since repaired and extended by Hamas; it crossed into Israeli territory, but posed no danger… Read More ›

Explosive!  Judge Who Signed Trump Warrant Was Jeffrey Epstein Defender

Explosive! Judge Who Signed Trump Warrant Was Jeffrey Epstein Defender

(Miami) You got to think twice about a judge who quits his job at the South Florida US Attorney’s Office on January 1st and the very… Read More ›

Russians have begun training on Iranian drones, US believes

Russians have begun training on Iranian drones, US believes

  The US believes Russian officials have begun training on drones in Iran over the last several weeks, the latest sign that Russia intends to… Read More ›

Senate passes Democrats’ sweeping health care and climate bill

Senate passes Democrats’ sweeping health care and climate bill

The Senate on Sunday afternoon passed Democrats’ $750 billion health care, tax and climate bill, in a significant victory for President Joe Biden and his… Read More ›

Islamic Jihad is trying to drag Israel into a war of attrition

Islamic Jihad is trying to drag Israel into a war of attrition

Analysis: Although Hamas is not intervening, it is too soon to tell whether the terror group is saving its most deadly weapons for a better… Read More ›

Far-right MK Ben Gvir says he’ll visit Temple Mount Sunday, as tensions boil

Far-right MK Ben Gvir says he’ll visit Temple Mount Sunday, as tensions boil

‘We mustn’t give in to terror,’ says firebrand lawmaker on Tisha B’Av visit, as police aim to prevent escalation at flashpoint Jerusalem site during Israeli… Read More ›

Chaverim Info Leads to Arrest as Another Chasidic Victim Hit by Projectile in Monsey

Chaverim Info Leads to Arrest as Another Chasidic Victim Hit by Projectile in Monsey

MONSEY (VINnews/Sandy Eller) – Just one day after Monsey was rocked by its fourth late night projectile attack on pedestrians in two weeks, Chaverim of… Read More ›

No More Cash Deals in Israel (if it’s over 6000 Shekels)

No More Cash Deals in Israel (if it’s over 6000 Shekels)

It is called “mezuman” in Hebrew and it is about to become illegal.  On August 1st, a new law is about to take effect which… Read More ›

Mykolaiv in Ukraine hit with heavy shelling as Putin threatens ‘lightning speed’ response to interference

Mykolaiv in Ukraine hit with heavy shelling as Putin threatens ‘lightning speed’ response to interference

The southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv came under intense shelling in the early morning hours on Sunday, according to officials there, as Russian President Vladimir… Read More ›

Russia row: Israel’s persistence over Jewish Agency may cost it dearly

Russia row: Israel’s persistence over Jewish Agency may cost it dearly

Opinion: Maintaining good relations with Moscow is in Israel’s national interests, especially in wake of our activity in Syria; prioritizing the Jewish Agency over stable… Read More ›

Nasrallah: No Israeli target, on land or sea, is beyond range of Hezbollah missiles

Nasrallah: No Israeli target, on land or sea, is beyond range of Hezbollah missiles

Terror chief issues new threats against backdrop of ongoing maritime, gas field disputes, claims Iran not asking for anything in exchange for its support of… Read More ›

Ben Shapiro and Har HaBayis: Why He Was Wrong to Go Up

Ben Shapiro and Har HaBayis: Why He Was Wrong to Go Up

By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com Recently, it was widely reported that Ben Shapiro and others travelled to and entered he Temple Mount. While the… Read More ›

Lavrov says Russia’s objectives in Ukraine now extend beyond eastern Donbas region

Lavrov says Russia’s objectives in Ukraine now extend beyond eastern Donbas region

  Russia’s objectives in Ukraine now extend beyond the eastern Donbas region into the country’s south, a senior government minister has said. As the war… Read More ›

Opinion: Boris Johnson’s greatest disappearing trick of all

Opinion: Boris Johnson’s greatest disappearing trick of all

It wasn’t so much a starting pistol as a starting squib. Last week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stood outside Number 10 and announced his… Read More ›

Isaac Herzog awards Biden with Presidential Medal of Honor

Isaac Herzog awards Biden with Presidential Medal of Honor

Before awarding Biden with the Presidential Medal of Honor, Herzog spoke of peace – but warned of war.   A strong and secure nation-state of… Read More ›

VIDEO: Adams’ NYC – Crown Heights Resident Brutally Beaten In Front Of His Young Child

VIDEO: Adams’ NYC – Crown Heights Resident Brutally Beaten In Front Of His Young Child

CROWN HEIGHTS — A Jewish resident of Crown Heights was brutally beaten by three thugs on Tuesday afternoon. According to footage provided by Crown Heights… Read More ›

Opinion: The ‘cheap food’ era could soon be over. Here’s what comes next

Opinion: The ‘cheap food’ era could soon be over. Here’s what comes next

As farmers across Ukraine attempt to bring in their wheat harvests in the coming weeks, it could be make-or-break for global food supplies. Last year,… Read More ›

White House says Israel-Saudi normalization would be a ‘long process’

White House says Israel-Saudi normalization would be a ‘long process’

US National Security Adviser Sullivan says integrating Israel into region will be a focus of Biden’s upcoming trip, but plays down hopes for a breakthrough… Read More ›

Gantz and Sa’ar sign political merger in bid to take votes from Lapid

Gantz and Sa’ar sign political merger in bid to take votes from Lapid

“The citizens of Israel need a functioning government that will take care of its national security,” Gantz said.   Defense Minister Benny Gantz’s Blue and… Read More ›

NYC’s Holocaust Museum Uses Personal Objects To Tell The Story Of Lives Lived And Lost

NYC’s Holocaust Museum Uses Personal Objects To Tell The Story Of Lives Lived And Lost

  NEW YORK (JTA) – A young child’s diary, a favorite doll, a cookbook of family recipes, a report card, a Torah scroll smuggled to… Read More ›