(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) A massive onslaught of Egyptian airstrikes in the Sinai Peninsula on Sunday killed at least 70 Islamic State operatives and wounded 70 others, news outlets reported.
(JNS.org) The Israeli Air Force (IAF) struck a target in the Gaza Strip following the launch of a rocket from the territory early Monday morning.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke over the weekend with Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, who harshly criticized the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) decision last week to deny any link between the Jewish people and Jerusalem.
(JNS.org) Birthright Israel, the nonprofit educational organization that sponsors free 10-day trips to Israel for young Jewish adults, has contributed roughly $1.1 billion to the Israeli economy since it began, a new study by the firm Ernst & Young shows.
(JNS.org) The Israeli Navy is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to buy three nuclear-capable submarines from Germany for $1.3 billion.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Lawmakers from 17 countries signed a declaration Thursday against last week’s UNESCO resolution and called for international recognition of Jerusalem as the undivided and eternal capital of Israel.
(JNS.org) Israeli security officials averted a large-scale attack by Gaza-based terrorists planning to kidnap and kill an IDF solider.
(JNS.org) Archaeologists have discovered evidence the Romans had breached Jerusalem’s so-called “Third Wall” at the end of the Second Temple period in 70 C.E., the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) announced.
(JNS.org) In the third and final presidential debate, Iran, Russia and Middle East policy continued to dominate the sharp disagreement on foreign policy between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
(JNS.org) Ukrainian police arrested four suspects Monday in the attack of Rabbi Mendel Deitsch, who was brutally beaten and robbed at a Ukrainian train station in the city of Zhitomir, according to Chabad.org.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Eleven years after the unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip, nearly 30 percent of Israelis who had to leave their Gush Katif homes have yet to find permanent residences, a survey released Tuesday showed.
(JNS.org) A new report on anti-Semitism in the United Kingdom has found that Twitter is failing to properly handle abusive tweets from its users, especially anti-Semitic abuse on its platform, British daily the Independent reported.
(JNS.org) A Palestinian female terrorist was shot and killed by Israeli security forces Wednesday when she tried stabbing Israel Defense Forces (IDF) soldiers at the Tapuach Junction in Samaria.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his cabinet were not briefed on the findings of an internal military report analyzing the potential threat posed by Hamas' grid of terror tunnels, Army Radio reported Wednesday.
(JNS.org) The Mexican government Wednesday dismissed its envoy to UNESCO, Andres Roemer, over his objection to the recent resolution passed by the U.N. body that ignored the Jewish connection to Jerusalem’s Temple Mount and Western Wall.
(JNS.org) France’s conservative National Front Party leader Marine Le Pen said in an interview Sunday she will ban public display of all religious symbols and clothing if elected president in the 2017 national elections.
(JNS.org) Fatah posted anti-Semitic Palestinian children’s drawings on Facebook, calling the hate-filled, and often violent, depictions of Israel innocent, Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reported.
(JNS.org) The sharp divide over the anti-Israel Boycott Divestment Sanctions (BDS) movement recently played out onstage at a California music festival.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) The United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Tuesday ratified its controversial resolution that denies any Jewish link to Temple Mount and the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
(Israel Hayom/Exclusive to JNS.org) Almost 60 percent of Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip oppose a future Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders as a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict., a survey conducted last week by An-Najah University in Nablus found.