Monday, February 24, 2020


Abbas: No Palestinian Elections If Eastern Jerusalem Residents Can’t Vote


Bennett Vows Not to Join Coalition Unless Religious Services Ministry Headed by Religious Zionist


AMIT Students Hit Social Media Denouncing Domestic Violence

(Courtesy of AMIT) Students from AMIT HaOfek Technological High School joined activists around the world to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women with a campaign aimed at raising awareness about gender-based violence.

Members of the student council at the AMIT

White Plains Father-Son Duo Wins Top Honors at Talmud Israeli Chinuch Olami

On Sunday morning, December 15, the Jerusalem Theater reverberated with the exciting sounds of Torah as it hosted the Premier Chidon Olami, the worldwide contest of Talmud Israeli (TI).

The gathering included family and friends of the 15 finalist duos as well as hundreds of excited

Trump to Sign Executive Order Addressing Anti-Semitism in U.S. Education, Particularly on Campus


Natan Sharansky Receives 2020 Genesis Prize


Israeli Lawmakers Expedite Bill To Dissolve the 22nd Knesset


Netanyahu Has No Chance To Form a Government, Says Rival Gideon Sa’ar


Report: Former Trump Campaign Aides in Israel to Meet Netanyahu


Israeli Startups Raise Around $900 Million in November


Ilhan Omar Is a ‘Qatari Asset’: Witness Confirms Jerusalem Post Report

(JPost) Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN-5th) was recruited by a foreign government, received funding from a foreign government and passed sensitive information through intermediaries to Iran, a Florida

Mandelbit Says Netanyahu Can Remain Interim Premier While Under Indictment

(JNS) Israel’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit says that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu does not need to resign or take a leave of absence as interim prime minister due to the indictments against

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