Wednesday, November 20, 2019


Trump Declares al-Baghdadi’s ‘No. 1 Replacement’ Also Dead


Mnuchin Promises New US Sanctions, Part of ‘Maximum Pressure’ Campaign on Iran


Leo and Susan Noé Dedicate Israel’s Largest Special Ed School and Rehab Center

 ALEH residents with severe complex disabilities and Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks join extended Noé family for sefer Torah inauguration and dedication of ALEH’s ‘Bet Chayil’ center, a game changer for disability care in Israel.

(Courtesy of ALEH)

What’s Next for Hezbollah?

The mass protests in Lebanon and Iraq have thrown Iran and in particular Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah off balance, even to the point of alarm, but ultimately are not likely to have a lasting effect.

Saturday saw

Israeli Election Outcome Still Uncertain

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met this week with leaders of parties from the right-wing bloc to discuss the future of negotiations to form a unity government after talks with Blue and White went south, with the center-left list pulling out of a recent scheduled meeting to, in its officials’ own words, “weaken”

Report: Israel Letting in More Gaza Workers as Part Of Deal With Hamas


Israeli Startups Raise Over $1 Billion in September


Netanyahu’s Indictment Hearings Begin


On Pre-Holiday Call, Trump Highlights Exiting Iran Deal, Backing Holocaust Education, Battling Anti-Semitism


Tel Aviv Included on Investment Bank’s List of Real Estate Bubbles

(JNS/Israel Hayom)

Joint List Calls for Probe After Terror Suspect Critically Injured in Custody



Jerusalem College of Technology’s NYC Gala to Highlight School’s 50 Years of Inclusion

From charedim to Ethiopians to everyone in between, JCT has proven since 1969 that Israel can be the land of opportunity for students from any background.

(Courtesy of JCOT) Friends of Jerusalem College of Technology, which rallies support for an academic institution that is at

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