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Israelis get together to remember Yiddish language

Israelis get together to remember Yiddish language

Yiddish used to be the universal language for Jews, the glue that held us together across borders of space and time. As a language, Yiddish… Read More ›

Netanyahu refuses TV debates with Herzog

Netanyahu refuses TV debates with Herzog

The Zionist Camp Campaign Chairman, Eitan Cabel, wants to see a debate between his candidate, Isaac Herzog, and Prime Minister Netanyahu. It would be a… Read More ›

One of the most promising companies owner is an Israeli woman

One of the most promising companies owner is an Israeli woman

An Israeli woman is making a splash in the technology world. Chen Levanon’s company, ClicksMob, has recently been named by Forbes “one of American’s most… Read More ›

Israeli government is urging companies to diversify their export market to Asia

Israeli government is urging companies to diversify their export market to Asia

In the wake of rising anti-Semitism in Europe and possible trade sanctions against Israel resulting from advances by the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement… Read More ›

Israel has an increase of undergraduate applicants to academic colleges

Israel has an increase of undergraduate applicants to academic colleges

The past two decades have seen a drastic increase in the number of undergraduate applicants to academic colleges and a drop in undergraduate applicants to… Read More ›

Hundreds rabbis signed a letter asking to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes

Hundreds rabbis signed a letter asking to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes

More than 400 rabbis signed a letter asking to end the demolitions of Palestinian homes that fall outside Israeli zoning laws. Addressed to Prime Minister Benjamin… Read More ›

Possible criminal probe against Netanyahu’s wife for alleged misuse of public funds

Possible criminal probe against Netanyahu’s wife for alleged misuse of public funds

Legal authorities launching a criminal probe against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife for alleged misuse of public funds. The news comes after Attorney General Yehuda… Read More ›

Israel is now more disliked by the British public than Iran

Israel is now more disliked by the British public than Iran

A recent survey by the United Kingdom’s Royal Institute of International Affairs asked “which of the following (countries) do you feel especially unfavorable toward?”  The… Read More ›

Ambassador is sent back to Israel

Ambassador is sent back to Israel

Jordan is sending its ambassador back to Israel, after withdrawing the envoy in November over restrictions imposed on Muslim worshipers accessing Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa mosque,… Read More ›

Swastikas spray painted at University of California, Davis

Swastikas spray painted at University of California, Davis

Students at the University of California, Davis woke up Saturday morning to find swastikas spray painted outside of a Jewish fraternity, days after the school’s… Read More ›

450 tenders have been issued in West Bank

450 tenders have been issued in West Bank

Israel’s  government has issued hundreds of tenders for housing units in the West Bank, an area the Palestinians demand for their future state, a move… Read More ›

Minority of Israeli Jews identify as national-religious

Minority of Israeli Jews identify as national-religious

The Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) has released its first comprehensive survey of Israel’s national-religious community. 21% of Israeli Jews state that, to a large or… Read More ›

Israel has become a strongly partisan issue in Washington

Israel has become a strongly partisan issue in Washington

The recent rift between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu has become more contentious lately and by all appearances, will only grow wider. Netanyahu seems… Read More ›

Israeli military car was hit near the border with Lebanon

Israeli military car was hit near the border with Lebanon

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said attackers who killed two Israeli soldiers near the Israeli-Lebanese frontier would be held responsible. “Those behind the attack today… Read More ›

BBC exec: Don’t call Charlie Hebdo killers ‘terrorists’

BBC exec: Don’t call Charlie Hebdo killers ‘terrorists’

Head of corporation’s Arabic channel says term is ‘loaded,’ comments in accordance with editorial guidelines A senior BBC executive has said that the corporation avoids… Read More ›

Book store cancels sale of Charlie Hebdo after getting threats

Book store cancels sale of Charlie Hebdo after getting threats

Steimatzky book store canceled the sale of the Charlie Hebdo French magazine after Arab objection. “Steimatzky decisively supports freedom of expression. The company has sold… Read More ›

Cocaine dealers were arrested in South Tel Aviv

Cocaine dealers were arrested in South Tel Aviv

An undercover agent spent months recording cocaine deals in Tel Aviv, eventually leading to the arrest of dozens of suspected dealers in South Tel Aviv.… Read More ›

Swedish reporter dons kippa and films the anti-Semitic abuse he encountered

Swedish reporter dons kippa and films the anti-Semitic abuse he encountered

After more anti-Semitic crimes were reported in Malmo than in any other city in Sweden, Swedish reporter Peter Lindgren decided to conduct a social experiment… Read More ›

Rivlin and Peres each eulogize Saudi King Abdullah

Rivlin and Peres each eulogize Saudi King Abdullah

President Reuven Rivlin and former president Shimon Peres each expressed their condolences Friday over the death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah ibn Abdilazīz. Rivlin said… Read More ›

Iraqi Torah scroll makes a journey to Israel

Iraqi Torah scroll makes a journey to Israel

Iraqi’s Torah scroll journey to Israel remains a mystery. The scroll is believed to have been found during the 2003 Iraq War in Iraqi intelligence… Read More ›