89% of Netflix’s ‘Palestinian Stories’ directed by BDS supporters, watchdog reveals

October 18, 2021 by  

The vast majority of films featured in Netflix’s new “Palestinian Stories” collection were directed by supporters of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, the pro-Israel watchdog organization Im Tirtzu has revealed. Read more

Anti-Israel bots attack Billie Eilish for saying ‘Hi Israel’

October 14, 2021 by  

Singer and songwriter Billie Eilish was recently attacked on her social media platforms by a suspected network of anti-Israel bots after she said “Hi Israel” in a promotional video for her new album. Read more

World’s largest Byzantine-era winepresses discovered in Israel

October 12, 2021 by  

A massive and impressive Byzantine-era wine factory, the largest ever discovered in the world, was recently exposed near the coastal city of Yavneh, in the centre of Israel. Read more

Third stage of Israel’s National Drone Initiative takes off to Tel Aviv area

October 11, 2021 by  

Israel’s National Drone Initiative, which first began its flights over urban areas in January 2021, has launched its third phase, with the participation of five companies operating autonomous drone networks. Read more

Pompeo in Binyamin: ‘We stand with the Jewish Communities because we are loyal to the truth’

October 11, 2021 by  

A tribute event, attended by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli leaders from Judea and Samaria, was held on Sunday evening for former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in appreciation of his efforts to strengthen the Jewish communities in the region. Read more

Despite COVID-19, aliyah to Israel increased by 31% in 2021

October 10, 2021 by  

Aliyah to Israel has increased by 31% in 2021 so far with 20,360 Olim (immigrants to Israel), compared to 15,598 during the corresponding period last year, according to a report released Sunday by the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration and the Jewish Agency for Israel. Read more

Israeli study shows chance of myocarditis after COVID-19 vaccine extremely rare

October 7, 2021 by  

The chance of contracting myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, after receiving a Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine is extremely rare, new Israeli research reveals. Read more

European-funded organisation trains PA teachers using texts lauding terrorism

October 7, 2021 by  

The A.M Qattan Foundation funded by several European countries has trained teachers in the Palestinian Authority while using texts that promote and support terrorism, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported. Read more

Israeli study reveals evolutionary reason for women feeling colder than men

October 6, 2021 by  

Researchers at Tel Aviv University’s School of Zoology have offered a new evolutionary explanation for the familiar phenomenon of women feeling colder than men, concluding that this is not unique to humans, with many male species of endotherms, birds, and mammals, preferring a cooler temperature than the females. Read more

‘Double Agents’: Israeli study explores interaction between immune system and cancer

October 4, 2021 by  

A new Tel Aviv University study, which examined the response of the immune system to cancer, may help the war against the ailment. Read more

Shin Bet finds five prisoners helped six terrorists escape

September 29, 2021 by  

Five inmates from Gilboa Prison cooperated and assisted in the escape of the six terrorists earlier this month, the Shin Bet has learned. Read more

At least four terrorists killed, four arrested in IDF multi-pronged operation

September 26, 2021 by  

At least four Hamas terrorists were killed and another four were arrested Saturday night during the IDF’s multi-pronged counter-terrorism operation at several locations in Judea and Samara. Read more

The US votes to replenish Iron Dome system

September 24, 2021 by  

In spite of a few very vocal members who threatened attempts to block the financing from passing, the US House of Representatives has passed the bill to replenish Israel’s Iron Dome anti-missile defence system. Read more

Naftali Bennett makes Time Magazine list of 100 Most Influential People

September 17, 2021 by  

After just three months in office, Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has been named to Time Magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. Read more

Gilboa escapee Zakaria Zabeidi: we had no plan for after escaping the prison

September 17, 2021 by  

Zakaria Zabeidi was one of the six security prisoners who escaped from Gilboa prison before Rosh Hashanah. Read more

Study: 11% of Israeli children recovering from COVID-19 suffer from long-term symptoms

September 15, 2021 by  

About 11% of Israeli children who have recovered from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) suffer from persistent symptoms, known as Long COVID, a Health Ministry study shows. Read more

Israeli study discovers white blood cells can help destroy malignant tumorus

September 14, 2021 by  

A new study at Tel Aviv University found that eosinophils, a type of white blood cells, are recruited to the battle against cancer metastases in the lungs. Read more

Over 300 European, US lawmakers urge EU to back Israel at UN

September 14, 2021 by  

In an unprecedented transatlantic initiative, 312 cross-party lawmakers from Europe, North America, and Israel urged European Union (EU) countries and democracies worldwide to help end the discrimination against Israel at the United Nations. Read more

Mothers of soldiers march demanding a change in IDF’s debilitating rules of engagement

September 13, 2021 by  

Dozens of mothers of IDF soldiers, IDF reservists and activists marched some 15 miles on Sunday to the Gaza border, demanding that the IDF change its rules of engagement in the wake of the death of IDF soldier Barel Shmueli. Read more

On the eve of Rosh Hashanah: Israel’s population grows to 9.39 Million

September 6, 2021 by  

Israel’s population stands at 9,391,000 on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and grew by 146,000 over the past year, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) annual pre-Rosh Hashanah report on Israel’s population shows. Read more

Israeli archaeologists expose famed bimah at old Vilna synagogue destroyed during Holocaust

August 27, 2021 by  

An Israeli excavation of the famed Great Synagogue in Vilnius (Vilna), Lithuania, has fully exposed the Aron Kodesh (Torah Ark) and the Bimah (raised podium) that was destroyed decades ago by the Nazis and the Soviets. Read more

Israeli-Arab swimmer Iyad Shalabi wins 1st Gold Medal for country at Tokyo Paralympics

August 26, 2021 by  

Iyad Shalabi, an Israeli swimmer, made history Wednesday when he became the first-ever Israeli-Arab to win a gold medal at the Paralympics Games. Read more

Mother follows her daughter, fallen soldier, joins police

August 20, 2021 by  

In a moving moment, Israel Police Commissioner Yaakov Shabtai yesterday officially admitted Geula Malka into the force, following in the footsteps of her daughter, the late Border Police troop Hadas Malka, who was killed in a terror attack in the line of duty. Read more

Israeli scientists 3D-Bioprint tumour, enable rapid treatment

August 19, 2021 by  

Researchers at Tel Aviv University declared a scientific breakthrough when they printed an entire active and viable glioblastoma tumour using a 3D printer. Read more

Israeli scientists developing meds that ‘put a super cork on the Coronavirus’

August 18, 2021 by  

A new therapeutic approach developed by Weizmann Institute scientists could spell new hope in the battle against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read more

Police catch 23 people about to fly to New York with fake Corona tests

August 12, 2021 by  

The Ministry of Health and the Israel Police were successful on Wednesday in capturing 23 people who were on their way to New York with fake Coronavirus (COVID-19) tests. Read more

Linoy home in Israel

August 11, 2021 by  

Israeli Gold Medallist Linoy Ashram is back in Israel with a welcoming crowd to greet her at Ben-Gurion Airport. She won Gold for Rhythm Gymnastics. Read more

Samaria family on hike in Galilee finds 1,500-year-old coin

August 11, 2021 by  

An exciting moment was recorded on Tuesday at the Korazim National Park, in the north near the Sea of ​​Galilee, when the Yitzhaki family from Har Bracha in Samaria found an ancient coin during a visit to the site. Read more

PA paid $A1,613,660 to terrorists who blew up the Sbarro, murdering 15 Israelis

August 9, 2021 by  

Today marks 20 years since the attack on the Sbarro pizza restaurant in Jerusalem in which 15 people were murdered, including five members of Schijveschuurder family, the two parents and three of their children, and 130 people were injured. Read more

Video: Archaeological evidence of earthquake that occurred during Kingdom of Judah, mentioned in the bible – uncovered in Jerusalem

August 4, 2021 by  

Archaeological excavations by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the City of David National Park revealed a layer of destruction, including a row of shattered vessels that were smashed as the building’s walls collapsed, apparent evidence of an earthquake that occurred during the days of Uzziah, king of Judah, and that is mentioned in the Bible. Read more

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