Nick Cave calls boycott of Israel “cowardly and shameful”

December 13, 2018 by  

Veteran Australian singer Nick Cave has elaborated on his stance against the Israel boycott movement through releasing an email he sent to musician well-known Brian Eno, after he was pressured not to play in Israel last year.

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Parents of young mother wounded in ofra terror attack say condition improving

December 11, 2018 by  

Chaim and Liora Silberstein, the parents of Shira Ish-Ron, the young mother injured critically in Sunday night’s shooting attack at the Ofra Junction in Samaria, confirmed on Monday night that her condition is improving. Read more

Netanyahu: We have no interest in sparking Palestinian fronts unless there is no choice

December 10, 2018 by  

Israel has no interest in sparking any conflicts with the Palestinians while it deals with threats in the North, but would not hesitate to do so should it be left with no choice, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said at the weekly Cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, yesterday.

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Chadian president hints to re-establishing ties with Israel

November 26, 2018 by  

In a historic visit to Israel, President of Chad Idriss Deby told reporters on Sunday during a joint press conference with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu that he “wants to renew ties between the two countries, and that doing so would not eliminate the Palestinian problem.”

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Africa and Israel join hands in battle against climate change

November 25, 2018 by  

For the African delegates who took part in Thursday’s “Africa, Climate Change and Israel’s Contribution” conference in Jerusalem, many voiced that they hoped to learn better water resource management, see more Israeli technology like sustainable energy and green growth on their continent.

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Jewish Home says will stay in coalition, goes back on ultimatum to prime minister

November 20, 2018 by  

In a major turn of events, Jewish Home leader Naftali Bennett has said his party will remain in the government coalition, despite threats last week that he would leave if not given the Defense Minister position. Read more

Polls show majority of Israelis unhappy with Netanyahu’s handling of Gaza flare-up

November 16, 2018 by  

Two polls done by Israeli television news outlets have shown that the majority of citizens are unhappy with the way Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu handled the Gaza flare-up this week. Read more

Reporter’s notebook: under fire on the Gaza border

November 13, 2018 by  

The sky lit up for a moment and the quiet was shattered by the cries “Tzeva Adom” meaning Colour Red – the sign that there was an incoming rocket attack. Read more

Senior Hamas commander killed in Gaza raid, IDF denies soldier kidnapped

November 12, 2018 by  

The IDF launched air strikes in Southern Gaza as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cuts his visit to Paris cancelling a meeting President Macron this morning to return to Israel.

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Naftali Bennett rebukes French President Macron for praising Nazi collaborator

November 9, 2018 by  

Israel’s Diaspora Affairs Minister Naftali Bennett has lambasted French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday for praising Marshal Philippe Petain, a French leader and Nazi collaborator in World War II. Read more

Water polo match between Spain and Israel cancelled following BDS pressure

November 7, 2018 by  

The Molins de Rei Municipality in Catalonia, Spain has left Israel’s women water polo team in the lurch after cancelling the venue for a water polo match between Israel and Spain, due to pressure from anti-Israel boycott movements. Read more

Body of IAF pilot found 56 years after his death

November 7, 2018 by  

After a decades-long search, the head of the IDF manpower directorate, Maj.-Gen. Moti Almoz, announced the discovery of the remains of air force pilot, Lt. Yakir Mordechai Naveh (Leifer), whose burial place was, until recently, unknown. Read more

Gaza border communities under fire say enough is enough

November 5, 2018 by  

“I lay on top of my children, we were 300 meters from the bomb shelter but there was not enough time to run there, we were caught off-guard walking home from a Shabbat meal, all my children were screaming as we saw the rockets and heard the explosions.” Read more

Politicians slam PLO’s decision to suspend its recognition of Israel

October 31, 2018 by  

Israeli politicians have slammed the Palestine Liberation Organization’s decision to suspend the recognition of the State of Israel. Read more

United Hatzalah en route to Pittsburgh, ZAKA volunteers waiting to enter Tree of Life Synagogue

October 29, 2018 by  

As world Jewry reels following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, United Hatzalah volunteers from Israel are on their way to the Jewish community in Squirrel Hill to help counsel witnesses and family members of those killed in the attack. Read more

Suspects arrested in connection with Barkan terrorist attack

October 25, 2018 by  

Several suspects were arrested during an overnight operation to find the Barkan terrorist, the IDF confirmed on Wednesday Read more

PM Netanyahu: Israel is The Nation State of The Jewish People

October 25, 2018 by  

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has emphasized that he wants Israel “to be the home of every Jew.” Read more

IDF discovers Hezbollah observation post on Lebanon-Israel border

October 23, 2018 by  

The IDF has discovered a Hezbollah observation post on the Israel-Lebanon border, which it says is acting under the guise of the so-called environmental NGO “Green Without Borders.” Read more

Jordan cancels annexes of peace treaty with Israel

October 22, 2018 by  

In a shocking decision, Jordan’s King Abdullah II announced on Sunday that his country will be cancelling parts of the peace treaty with Israel. Read more

Palestinian baby first-ever recipient of a heart transplant from Israeli-Jewish child

October 16, 2018 by  

Clinging to life, a Palestinian baby from Ramallah has become the first-ever recipient of a heart transplant from an Israeli-Jewish child.

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IDF neutralises half-mile-long tunnel crossing from Gaza into Israel

October 12, 2018 by  

The IDF announced on Thursday that it neutralised a half-mile-long tunnel penetrating 200 meters into Israel from the central Gaza Strip. Read more

Barkan: Two Israelis shot dead – the timeline

October 8, 2018 by  

A man and a woman were shot dead Sunday morning in a terrorist attack at the Barkan Industrial Zone, close to the town of Ariel in northern Samaria. Read more

Thousands mourn terrorism victim Ari Fuld

September 17, 2018 by  

The funeral began with soft singing. The swelling crowd stood for over an hour lamenting his death through words of Jewish prayer and song. There was not a dry eye in sight. Read more

Call for Arab parliamentarians to be expelled from Knesset after letter supporting “anti-semite” Corbyn

September 4, 2018 by  

Deputy Minister for Diplomacy Michael Oren called for a group of Arab MKs from the Joint List to be expelled from the Knesset after they penned a letter of support to the United Kingdom Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. Read more

The Corbyn Question: What’s driving UK Jews to Israel

August 31, 2018 by  

For months, the Labour Party, and its leader Jeremy Corbyn, has been caught up in a storm of antisemitism allegations leading many British Jews to contemplate moving their lives to Israel.

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Nazi hunter Zuroff lambasts PM for praise of Lithuania’s Holocaust remembrance

August 27, 2018 by  

Top Nazi Hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Centre Efraim Zuroff has lambasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over his comments praising Lithuania and its efforts to commemorate the Holocaust while visiting the country over the last few days. Read more