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Social Media Influencers Emily Schrader, Yoseph Haddad Discuss Israel Activism at WIZO Event

Social media influencers Emily Schrader and Yoseph Haddad discussed their pro-Israel activism at Women’s International Zionist Organization (WIZO) California event on June 20.

Doron Almog, Advocate for Those with Special Needs, to Lead Jewish Agency

He previously served as the commander of the Southern Command from 2000 to 2003. He is the founder and chairman of the Adi Negev-Nahalat Eran Rehabilitation Village.

Don’t Travel to Turkey, Israel Warns Citizens Amid Alleged Threat From Iran

In addition to seeking revenge, Iran appears to want to destroy the Israeli-Turkish rapprochement process, experts say

Indie Rock Band Cancels Tel Aviv Concert Following BDS Pressure

The United States indie rock band Big Thief announced they have canceled their upcoming concerts in Tel Aviv in the midst of pressure from the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

A Desert Spring: How This Israeli City Solved Its Water Crisis

Israel began the hard work of providing water for its residents in the 1930s, a decade before the state was established. The work has been so successful that most Israelis don’t suffer from lack of water, and cannot remember water restrictions.

United in Pain, United in Hope

A few years ago, I had the honor and joy to accompany a delegation of IDF orphans on a trip to North America on behalf of the IDF's Widows and Orphans Organization.

Israeli Judge Overturns Controversial Ruling on Temple Mount Status Quo

Lower court had canceled Jewish minors’ ban from Old City for praying at holy site

AOC Accuses Israel of Killing Al Jazeera Journalist: “Our Tax Dollars Are a Part of This”

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) accused Israel of killing Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh during a May 19 Instagram Live video and said that...

Israel Set to Hold Its First NFT Auction as Local Artists Embrace New Technology

The first auction of NFT works in Israel will be held this month, as many artists and collectors embrace the emerging technology.

Chants of “Intifada Revolution,” “When People Are Occupied, Resistance Is Justified” At Nakba Day Protests in LA, NY

Pro-Palestinian protesters shouted chants of “intifada revolution” and various other anti-Israel slogans during Nakba Day protests in Los Angeles and New York on May 15, according to video footage posted to social media.

Israeli Police Clash With Palestinians During Al Jazeera Reporter Funeral Procession

Israeli police forces clashed with Palestinians during the May 13 funeral procession for Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Akleh, who was killed during an...

‘Edge of Tomorrow’ Program to Create Israeli Combat Soldiers of the Future

Cutting-edge technology will enable an infantry combat team to work seamlessly together using networked warfare technologies

Al Jazeera Journalist Killed During IDF Raid

Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, 51, was killed during an Israeli Defense Force (IDF) raid of a Palestinian refugee camp in the West Bank village of Jenin on May 11.

Terror Attack in Elad on Yom Ha’atzmaut: Three Murdered, Four Seriously Wounded

The suspects, who attacked people in the city’s central park by Ibn Gvirol Street, were believed to be armed with an ax and perhaps a firearm. With the aid of at least one helicopter, security forces are searching the area for the assailants.

Israel Appoints Noa Tishby As First Special Envoy for Combating Antisemitism and Delegitimization of Israel

Actress, producer and activist Noa Tishby was appointed today as Israel’s first Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism and Delegitimization of Israel.

Palestinian Terrorist Behind Tel Aviv Shooting Killed

The Palestinian terrorist who committed the shooting on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street on April 7 was killed by the Israeli authorities several hours after the terror attack, The Times of Israel reported.

Jewish Groups Condemn Tel Aviv Terror Attack

Jewish groups have condemned the latest terror attack in Israel, which took place in Tel Aviv on the evening of April 7. Two Israelis...

B’nei Brak Terrorist Came Into Israel Through West Bank Security Barrier “Gap”

The Palestinian terrorist who shot and killed five Israelis on March 29 reportedly came into Israel through a “gap” in the West Bank security barrier.

At Least 5 Dead in B’nei Brak Terror Attack

At least five people have been killed and one person has been wounded in two shootings in B’nei Brak, a heavily Orthodox city in the Tel Aviv area.

Brandeis Disassociates from MESA Following Passage of Pro-BDS Resolution

Brandeis University announced on March 24 that they are disassociating themselves from the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) after the organization overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution endorsing the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

UN Rapporteur Issues Report Accusing Israel of Apartheid

United Nations Special Rapporteur Michael Lynk released a report on March 24 accusing Israel of being an apartheid state.

Middle East Studies Association Endorses BDS

The Middle East Studies Association (MESA) overwhelmingly voted in favor of a resolution on March 22 to endorse the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Four Dead, Two Wounded in Beersheba Terror Attack

Four people are dead and two others are wounded from a March 22 terror attack at a mall in Beersheba.

Bennett, Lapid: “We Refuse to Believe” US Will Remove IRGC Terror Designation in New Iran Deal

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Foreign Minister Yair Lapid issued a joint statement on March 18 saying that they “refuse to believe that the Biden administration will remove the terror designation” from the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in a new Iran deal.

Sierra Club to Continue Israel Trip After Initial Cancellation

After initially canceling their trip to Israel amidst pressure from pro-Palestinian activists, The Sierra Club will reportedly continue with their trip to the Jewish state.

Young Ukrainian Jews on Masa Programs Meet with Israeli PM Bennett

In 2022, unlike any other time in history, the Jews of Ukraine are not alone.

Displaced Jewish-Ukrainian Children Shelter in Israel Away From Reality of War

Children and staff from the Alumim Jewish orphanage in Zhytomyr have received trucks filled with donations of clothing, shoes, toys, diapers, games and food from all over the country

Ben & Jerry’s Israel Files Wrongful Termination Suit Against Unilever, Ben & Jerry’s

The Ben & Jerry’s Israel distributor filed a lawsuit against Unilever and Ben & Jerry’s on March 3, alleging that Unilever wrongfully terminated their...

Amnesty Israel Head Slams Report Accusing Israel of Apartheid As “A Punch to the Gut”: “Neither True Nor Helpful”

Amnesty International Israel Executive Director Molly Malekar blasted the organization’s February 1 report alleging that Israel is engaging in apartheid, calling it “a punch to the gut” and saying that it’s “neither true not helpful” in how it depicts Palestinians as apartheid victims in a February 21 interview with Zman Yisrael, The Times of Israel’s (TOI) sister Hebrew website.

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