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Israel to ask donor countries to restore payments to Palestinians

Israel to ask donor countries to restore payments to Palestinians

Donor countries will be asked to restore financial contributions to the PA as it faces an acute financial crisis.   Israel is set to ask… Read More ›

Israel is taken for a ride on Erdogan’s ‘Midnight Express’

Israel is taken for a ride on Erdogan’s ‘Midnight Express’

Opinion: Israeli couple detained in Istanbul last week are merely unfortunate pawns in Turkish leader’s twisted game of political survival, as the country further slides… Read More ›

Health chief warns travel restrictions possible for Europe amid COVID outbreaks

Health chief warns travel restrictions possible for Europe amid COVID outbreaks

Nachman Ash doesn’t specify which countries might be put on the no-fly ‘red’ list, but media reports say Austria being scrutinized, and several others are… Read More ›

Mar-a-Lago-trespasser deported to China 2 years later

Mar-a-Lago-trespasser deported to China 2 years later

  PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A Chinese businesswoman convicted of trespassing at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club and lying to Secret Service agents was… Read More ›

Analysis: Xi’s China is closing to the world. And it isn’t just about borders

Analysis: Xi’s China is closing to the world. And it isn’t just about borders

  Hong Kong – It’s been nearly two years since China shut its international borders as part of its efforts to keep Covid-19 out. China… Read More ›

Yesh Atid announces first party primaries ten years after formation

Yesh Atid announces first party primaries ten years after formation

The primaries will be held at a party conference on January 4, 2022.   Coalition partner Yesh Atid announced on Saturday that it will hold… Read More ›

Polish, Israeli govts condemn antisemitic display in Poland

Polish, Israeli govts condemn antisemitic display in Poland

Lapid welcomed ‘unequivocal condemnation, of event by Polish officials, says he expect government to act uncompromisingly against those taking part in ‘shocking display of hate’… Read More ›

Eran Kolirin thought ‘Let It Be Morning’ was ‘career suicide.’ He was dead wrong

Eran Kolirin thought ‘Let It Be Morning’ was ‘career suicide.’ He was dead wrong

Recently shown at NYC’s Other Israel festival, the Israeli director’s latest film features an all-Arab cast, won an Ophir Award, and will represent the Jewish… Read More ›

Tesla Driver’s Complaint Being Looked Into By US Regulators

Tesla Driver’s Complaint Being Looked Into By US Regulators

  DETROIT (AP) — U.S. auto safety regulators are looking into a complaint from a Tesla driver that the company’s “Full Self-Driving” software caused a… Read More ›

Queen returns to public duties for Remembrance Sunday service

Queen returns to public duties for Remembrance Sunday service

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is set to attend the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony at London’s Cenotaph memorial as the nation remembers its war dead, her… Read More ›

IAI unveils new defensive electronic warfare systems

IAI unveils new defensive electronic warfare systems

Israel Aerospace Industries unveiled a family of new electronic warfare systems to combat a range of threats with targeted beams.   Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)… Read More ›

Israel must vaccinate children for its own protection

Israel must vaccinate children for its own protection

Opinion: In recent weeks, more than half of new cases in Israel were children while morbidity in the education system is no longer receding; if… Read More ›

The Jewish story behind the Will Ferrell-Paul Rudd series ‘The Shrink Next Door’

The Jewish story behind the Will Ferrell-Paul Rudd series ‘The Shrink Next Door’

New Apple TV+ show is based on a true, and incredible, tale that unfolds within New York’s unknowing Jewish community, as a psychiatrist takes over… Read More ›

Russia Sends Nuclear-Capable Bombers On Patrol Over Belarus

Russia Sends Nuclear-Capable Bombers On Patrol Over Belarus

  MOSCOW (AP) — Russia sent two nuclear-capable strategic bombers on a training mission over Belarus for a second straight day on Thursday in a… Read More ›

Democrat-appointed appellate panel pauses release of Trump White House records ahead of Friday deadline

Democrat-appointed appellate panel pauses release of Trump White House records ahead of Friday deadline

A federal appeals court on Thursday granted former President Donald Trump’s request to pause the release of key White House records from his presidency to… Read More ›

Atraf website permanently removed from Internet in fight against Black Shadow

Atraf website permanently removed from Internet in fight against Black Shadow

Two weeks ago, Black Shadow announced its hack of Cyberserve, which hosted Atraf, and the hackers have been exposing personal information of LGBTQ clients of… Read More ›

Mansour Abbas’ meeting with Jordan’s King Abdullah strengthens palace

Mansour Abbas’ meeting with Jordan’s King Abdullah strengthens palace

Analysis: By meeting with the Islamist coalition lawmaker, the monarch seeks to bolster his relations with Israel and the U.S. and hopefully appease some of… Read More ›

In world 1st, Israel to hold national drill to prepare for future COVID variants

In world 1st, Israel to hold national drill to prepare for future COVID variants

With virus numbers down, PM Bennett says Israel is not ‘packing up’ management bodies and pandemic-fighting forces yet   Israel will hold a nationwide drill… Read More ›

Schultz Under Fire For Comparing Starbucks To Holocaust Prisoners

Schultz Under Fire For Comparing Starbucks To Holocaust Prisoners

  NEW YORK — Starbucks is known as a company that cares about its employees. Yet in a recent effort to convey that message, Howard… Read More ›

Singles Day strikes a cautious tone this year as China’s economy slows and a tech crackdown continues

Singles Day strikes a cautious tone this year as China’s economy slows and a tech crackdown continues

  Hong Kong – Singles Day — the world’s largest annual shopping event — has kicked off in China and promises to bring in tens… Read More ›