Tuesday, 21 July 2020 | The coronavirus pandemic that continues to threaten the world’s entire population has already progressed from a health crisis to a worldwide economic, social and human one. I hear the cries of Israeli men and women as their world collapses. These wonderful people had done the most Israeli thing to do—theyContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 21 July 2020 | Minister of Foreign Affairs Gabi Ashkenazi met [Monday] at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem with Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Peter Szijjarto. The two discussed bilateral issues, collaboration in dealing with the corona pandemic and Middle Eastern regional issues, with emphasis on the Iranian threat and the preciseContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 21 July 2020 | The inner cabinet on economics on Monday approved a higher stipend for Israelis from weaker sectors of society, in addition to the amount already pledged to every citizen during the pandemic crisis. The inner cabinet, which is comprised of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Finance Minister Israel Katz, Economy Minister AmirContinue Reading »
Tuesday, 21 July 2020 | Hamas, the Palestinian terrorist group that controls the Gaza Strip, is seeking to forge an alliance with the Iran-aligned Yemini Houthi movement, officially called Ansar Allah (Supporters of [Allah]), whose members have launched repeated missile and drone attacks against Saudi Arabia for the past few years. The Hamas–Houthi partnership doesContinue Reading »
Monday, 20 July 2020 | The explosions in Iran have continued, with the latest blast at a power plant in the city of Isfahan, a city home to a major Iranian nuclear research facility. The CEO of Isfahan Power Generation Company told the IRNA [Islamic Republic News Agency] that the explosion on Sunday did notContinue Reading »
Monday, 20 July 2020 | The Health Ministry on Sunday evening said 254 coronavirus patients are in serious condition in Israel, with 70 people on ventilators, an increase of 15 since Saturday. Two more people also died Sunday from COVID-19, bringing the death toll to 409 people since the start of the pandemic. Only 40Continue Reading »
Monday, 20 July 2020 | The government on Sunday approved the budgetary request by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a cash stipend to citizens announced last week, though ministers insisted on a more deliberate effort to help those in need and not a universal distribution to all. Netanyahu and Finance Minister Israel Katz said theContinue Reading »
Monday, 20 July 2020 | There is little coincidence to the signing of a new military cooperation agreement between Syria and Iran, the recent explosion at the Natanz nuclear plant in Iran and the implementation of the “US ‘Caesar’ Syria Civilian Protection Act,” which extended sanctions to Syria and to anyone who supports it. TheContinue Reading »
Friday, 17 July 2020 | The Health Ministry on Thursday evening reported that a staggering 7.7% of all coronavirus tests conducted since midnight returned positive, mounting to 1,109 new cases. There are currently 24,956 active carriers of coronavirus in Israel, among them 203 patients in serious condition and 110 in moderate condition. The number ofContinue Reading »
Friday, 17 July 2020 | Peter Beinart’s New York Times op-ed advocating the end of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people is a study in historical ignorance, willful deception and arrogant rejection of democracy. Beinart proposed that a single binational, bireligious state in what is now Israel, the West Bank [Judea and Samaria]Continue Reading »
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