(JNS.org) The U.S. State Department announced Monday that it plans to boycott a session of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) that will examine alleged Israeli human rights abuses against the Palestinians.
“As an expression of our deeply held conviction that this bias
(Andrew Friedman/TPS) IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot said Wednesday that while Hamas tunnels into Israel should be taken seriously, they do not represent an existential or a strategic threat.
Speaking to a Knesset State Control Committee about State Comptroller Yosef Shapira’s recent report
(JNS.org) Israel is developing contingency plans to evacuate up to 250,000 civilians living in border communities in the event of a war breaking out with Hamas, Hezbollah or other Islamic terror groups.
The contingency plan, codenamed “Safe Distance,” was initiated in response to Hezbollah
(JNS.org) Israeli police have arrested 18 Palestinian terror suspects this week in connection with their membership in a suspicious chat group on the popular messenger app WhatsApp.
The chat group, dubbed “The Road to Paradise,” included Palestinian terrorist Muhammad Ibrahim Mattar, who
(JNS.org) The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), whose annual policy conference draws more than 15,000 people and is arguably the world’s largest pro-Israel gathering, announced the highest-level dignitaries who will address the lobby’s 2017 conference later this month.
Basya Goldstein is learning at Sha’alvim for Women. She is from Teaneck, New Jersey, attended the Rosenbaum Yeshiva of North Jersey for elementary school and Bruriah for high school.
Her plans for next year? Yeshiva University’s Stern College for Women
These days, Hezbollah is usually associated with its vast arsenal of rockets pointed at Israel, or its heavy involvement in the Syrian Civil War. But the Lebanese Shi’a terrorist organization has also, in recent years, been involved in efforts to strike Israel in a very different manner.
On March 27 and 28, four adult riders, formerly from northern New Jersey, will be riding along with youngsters from Beit Shemesh, Ramat Beit Shemesh, Modiin and Raanana to benefit Geerz, a non-profit organization founded five years ago in Israel by Nachum Wasosky, CEO. Among the 25 riders will be Charlie
With tremendous enthusiasm, energy and in high spirits, nearly 300 AMIT students, teachers, principals, staff and supporters joined together at Friday’s Jerusalem Marathon in support of AMIT’s Frisch Beit Hayeled, a foster home that serves 120 children ages 4-14 who need a warm and loving safe refuge. Leading
(JNS.org) The American high-tech giant Intel Corp. announced Monday it has agreed to buy Israeli vision technology developer Mobileye for $15.3 billion, in the largest-ever acquisition of an Israeli technology company.
As automakers around the world compete to develop cutting-edge
(JNS.org) An Israeli Knesset committee delayed voting on a controversial bill to annex the Jewish settlement of Ma’ale Adumim in Judea and Samaria amid a high-profile visit by a representative from the Trump administration.
Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett, who leads the nationalist
(JNS.org) An Iranian-backed terror group operating in Syria this week announced its intention to “liberate” the strategic Golan Heights region from Israel.
In a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had sought assurances Putin