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Renowned microbiologist and WWII hero dies at 100

Renowned microbiologist and WWII hero dies at 100

Prof. David Sompolinsky left hiding in Denmark during WWII to save other Jews.   Renowned biologist and Holocaust hero Prof. David Sompolinsky passed away last… Read More ›

Israel set to approve construction of 3,000 housing units in West Bank

Israel set to approve construction of 3,000 housing units in West Bank

Approved construction will be inside existing settlements all across the West Bank; commission is to also approve construction of 1,300 units for Palestinians in Area… Read More ›

In first, US intel agencies warn climate change driving security threats

In first, US intel agencies warn climate change driving security threats

White House says Defense Department and other agencies will integrate consequences of global warming into national security planning   US intelligence services said Thursday for… Read More ›

Google Maps Removes ‘Apartheid Wall’ Label From Security Barrier Near Jerusalem

Google Maps Removes ‘Apartheid Wall’ Label From Security Barrier Near Jerusalem

NEW YORK (JNS) – Google has announced that it has removed the label “Apartheid Wall” from a road adjacent to the security barrier on the… Read More ›

House votes to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for defying subpoena

House votes to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for defying subpoena

  The House of Representatives voted on Thursday to hold Steve Bannon, one of former President Donald Trump’s closest allies, in criminal contempt of Congress… Read More ›

US FDA clears Moderna and J&J boosters

US FDA clears Moderna and J&J boosters

The decision paves the way for millions more people in the US to get the additional protection with the highly contagious Delta variant of the… Read More ›

Mega-quake on horizon for Israel, but country not prepared

Mega-quake on horizon for Israel, but country not prepared

A 5.8 magnitude tremor rattled Israel this week, and although it caused no injuries or damage, experts warn a much more serious earthquake is on… Read More ›

Large Israeli study finds Pfizer COVID shot keeps teens safe from Delta strain

Large Israeli study finds Pfizer COVID shot keeps teens safe from Delta strain

Researchers analyzing Clalit data of over 94,000 vaccinated adolescents and the same number of unimmunized finds those who got the shot are 90% less likely… Read More ›

Trump Announces Launch Of Media Company, Social Media Site

Trump Announces Launch Of Media Company, Social Media Site

  NEW YORK (AP) — Nine months after being silenced from several of the main social media platforms, former President Donald Trump said Wednesday he’s… Read More ›

The world plans to produce far more fossil fuel than it should to stay under dangerous climate limits, UN says

The world plans to produce far more fossil fuel than it should to stay under dangerous climate limits, UN says

New York – Ahead of a critical global climate conference in November, a UN report released Wednesday shows that many of the world’s largest fossil… Read More ›

Thomas Nides approved as US ambassador to Israel

Thomas Nides approved as US ambassador to Israel

Nides, an American banker and government official, was born in Duluth, Minnesota to a Jewish family.   The United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee has… Read More ›

Jewish radicals who harm Palestinians are enemies of the state

Jewish radicals who harm Palestinians are enemies of the state

Opinion: Extremists acting with unbridled violence against Palestinian civilians and even IDF soldiers, do so due to racism and not patriotism as they claim, and… Read More ›

First case of new Delta mutation AY4.2 diagnosed in Israel

First case of new Delta mutation AY4.2 diagnosed in Israel

Boy entering country from Moldova put in isolation after found with subvariant; scientists say no evidence it is more dangerous than Delta, but are watching… Read More ›

South African Regulator Rejects Russia’s COVID-19 Vaccine

South African Regulator Rejects Russia’s COVID-19 Vaccine

  JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The South African drug regulator has rejected the Russian-made coronavirus vaccine Sputnik V, citing some safety concerns the manufacturer wasn’t able… Read More ›

Leaked Covid-19 report calls for mass homicide charges against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro

Leaked Covid-19 report calls for mass homicide charges against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro

  A Brazilian congressional panel is set to recommend mass homicide charges against President Jair Bolsonaro over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, according a… Read More ›

FDA to allow mix and match of COVID-19 booster vaccines- NYT

FDA to allow mix and match of COVID-19 booster vaccines- NYT

The government would not recommend one shot over another, and it might note that using the same vaccine as a booster when possible is preferable,… Read More ›

The most important lesson Yitzhak Rabin taught us

The most important lesson Yitzhak Rabin taught us

Opinion: Israel and the Palestinians — who both abandoned the idea of living side by side to one degree or another — must unite under… Read More ›

UK Jewish toddler Alta Fixsler, 2, dies after being removed from life support

UK Jewish toddler Alta Fixsler, 2, dies after being removed from life support

Manchester girl had been at center of protracted legal battle by parents to keep her on life-saving machines or have her transferred to Israel for… Read More ›

German Israeli Singer At Crux Of Anti-Semitic Hotel Incident Accused Of Fabricating Story

German Israeli Singer At Crux Of Anti-Semitic Hotel Incident Accused Of Fabricating Story

BERLIN (JNS) – Gil Ofarim, the German Israeli singer who accused the Westin Hotel in Leipzig, Germany, of refusing him service because he wore a… Read More ›

Colin Powell, first Black US secretary of state, dies of Covid-19 complications amid cancer battle

Colin Powell, first Black US secretary of state, dies of Covid-19 complications amid cancer battle

  Colin Powell, the first Black US secretary of state whose leadership in several Republican administrations helped shape American foreign policy in the last years… Read More ›