September 25, 2018

Israel

Israel’s health ministry is probing hospitals that required women to obtain rabbinical approval for birth control procedures.
Jewish organizations ZOA and AJC are sparring over whether national security advisor H.R. McMaster is anti-Israel or not.
It appears that Netanyahu is more emboldened in the Trump era. He seems to be asking himself, ‘If Trump can get away with these things, why can’t I?’
Embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at the “fake news” media at a rally attended by thousands of Likud Party supporters.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under investigation for receiving gifts and taking bribes. But that's just the beginning of his problems.
A Mexican industrial group, Mexichem, will acquire control of the Israeli drip irrigation giant Netafim for $1.5 billion.
Jordan’s King Abdullah visited Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah for the first time in nearly five years.
Al Jazeera threatened to take legal action to remain in its Jerusalem bureau following Israel’s decision to close it down.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu must disclose the dates and lengths of the phone conversations he had with billionaire American Sheldon Adelson
Senegal and Guinea are sending ambassadors to Israel for the first time. The two predominantly Muslim countries are to present their credentials.
"The 'witch-hunt' to topple the government is in full swing but it will fail because of this simple reason: There will be nothing because there was nothing,
Ousted Palestinian strongman Mohammed Dahlan has a plan to work with the Islamist Hamas movement in the Gaza Strip and with Egypt to take over.
The turnout for Jerusalem’s Gay Pride Parade on Thursday was more than three times the expected number, with at least 14,000 people marching.
Israeli soldier Elor Azaria, convicted of shooting a downed Palestinian terrorist, has asked the head of the Israel Defense Forces for leniency.
Two people affiliated with the Israeli team, Hapoel Petach Tikvah, were injured in the incident Wednesday evening in Sochocin.
An Israeli man was wounded in a stabbing by a Palestinian assailant at a supermarket in central Israel in what police say was a nationalistic terror attack.
A nearly equal majority of Israelis and Palestinians back a two-state solution, and the Palestinians’ support is rising, a new poll shows.
A Palestinian man confessed to killing his pregnant Israeli girlfriend, Israel Police said.
Badboy Israeli lawmaker Oren Hazan was ordered by the Prime Minister’s Office to call off a fistfight with a Jordanian lawmaker.
In a speech delivered Monday, Kushner expounded on the Trump administration’s efforts to achieve Israeli-Palestinian peace.
At least 1,046 Jews visited the site on the observance of Tisha b’Av by early afternoon. More were expected to visit later in the day when the site reopens.
For many Jews, Tisha b’Av is centered around mourning the destruction of the First and Second Temples in Jerusalem.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly defended his decision to remove metal detectors and other security measures from the Temple Mount.
Israeli-American Haim Saban and his wife were on hand in Israel for the groundbreaking ceremony of a Druze Soldiers Heritage Center they are funding.
With President Donald Trump’s goal of reaching the ‘ultimate deal’ between Israelis and Palestinians, Jewish Insider asked top Washington-based experts.
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