(JNS.org) The Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) new “hate list” of top alt-right figures “gives a free pass to anti-Semitism coming from left-wing activists,” a rabbinical group is asserting.
(JNS.org) The Israeli start-up Intuition Robotics, which is developing a robot that aims to improve quality of life for seniors, Wednesday announced a $14 million financing round headed by Japan’s Toyota Research Institute.
(JNS.org) In a landmark case, a Jerusalem court this week ruled that the Palestinian Authority (PA) must pay damages to 51 Palestinians who were imprisoned and systematically subjected to “unimaginable torture” by the PA from 1990-2003.
(JNS.org) Contaminated wastewater from Hamas-ruled Gaza is streaming into Israel and reaching the nearby coast of Ashkelon, which shares a border with Gaza, as a result of the growing energy crisis in the Palestinian coastal enclave.
(JNS.org) Some 50,000 Israelis flocked to Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park Wednesday night to hear the British rock band Radiohead perform in one of the summer’s most highly anticipated concerts in Israel.
(JNS.org) A Palestinian terrorist attempted to stab an Israeli soldier near the Jewish community of Tekoa in Gush Etzion Thursday, before being shot and killed by security forces.
(JNS.org) The IDF said Thursday it’s preparing to deploy five battalions to prevent the spread of violent clashes from Jerusalem to Judea and Samaria, ahead of massive Muslim protests anticipated Friday outside the Temple Mount.
(JNS.org) Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to make “unremitting” efforts towards promoting Israeli-Palestinian peace during a meeting with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Beijing.
(JNS.org) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that recently installed metal detectors will remain in place for now at the entrance gates to the Temple Mount, amid continuing Muslim riots over the security measure.
(JNS.org) The IDF revealed Wednesday the details of its secretive humanitarian aid operation with Israel's war-torn neighbor, Syria.
(JNS.org) The Palestinian Authority (PA) has significantly increased its payments to terrorists in 2017, Palestinian Media Watch reported Wednesday, citing a PA budget report.
(JNS.org) Three IDF soldiers were wounded Tuesday in a Palestinian car-ramming terror attack outside of the Jewish community of Kiryat Arba, near Hebron.
(JNS.org) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was overheard harshly criticizing the European Union (EU) during his visit to Budapest, where he took part in the Visegrad Group summit with the leaders of four central European nations.
(JNS.org) Israel and the Gaza-ruling Palestinian terror group Hamas are purportedly conducting indirect negotiations, mediated by Egypt, regarding a potential prisoner exchange deal.
(JNS.org) Nasreen Qadri, an Israeli Arab singer who is set to perform in Tel Aviv Wednesday night with the British rock band Radiohead, slammed the anti-Israel BDS movement’s calls for the show to be cancelled in an op-ed for Newsweek.
(JNS.org) Clashes erupted between Muslim rioters and Israeli police officers in Jerusalem’s Old City Wednesday for the fourth consecutive day.
(JNS.org) Iranian officials condemned fresh U.S. sanctions against Iran’s ballistic missile program Tuesday, calling the sanctions announcement “contemptible and worthless.”
(JNS.org) Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in a meeting with his Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, acknowledged Hungary’s “sin” during World War II and vowed to “protect” his country’s Jewish community.
(JNS.org) Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas is on an official three-day visit to China, with the goal of building economic and diplomatic ties.
(JNS.org) Vice President Mike Pence said Monday that relocating the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is only a matter of time.