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Israel Will Always Be A Jewish State

Monday, July 13, 2020

It is not surprising that at a time when nearly all the American values that have served our nation for generations are being rejected upon the flimsiest and most dangerous of theories, an Upper West Side pundit named Peter Beinart  would  throw Israel into that woke cauldron of mayhem and destruction. What is surprising is … Read More

Canadian MP Running for Prime Minister Vows to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Canadian lawmaker Erin O’Toole vowed Wednesday to move his country’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem if he were to become the next prime minister. “Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish people, and the modern presence there just cements this. The Knesset [Israel Parliament], the Supreme Court and Foreign Ministry are all in west-Jerusalem,” … Read More

Iran Inks Deal With Assad Regime to Boost Syria’s Air Defenses

Thursday, July 9, 2020

The Tehran and Damascus regimes signed a military cooperation agreement on Wednesday as part of which Iran will boost Syria’s air defenses, according to media reports. The head of Iran’s armed forces, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Bagheri, was quoted by state TV as saying the deal was meant to “confront pressures by America.” In recent years, … Read More

Greek Parliament Ratifies Defense Agreement with Israel

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

The Greek Parliament on Tuesday ratified an agreement with Israel for the supply of defense equipment and services between the two countries, in a move widely seen as further strengthening ties between the two Eastern Mediterranean allies.“” The parliament’s Standing Committee on National Defense and Foreign Affairs approved the agreement on July 1, with Greek … Read More

US Supreme Court to Hear Case of Nazi-Stolen Art

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on June 2 to hear the case about a German art museum and whether or not a treasure trove, known as the “Guelph Treasure,” should be returned to the heirs of four Jewish art dealers in Germany. The dealers have argued that they were forced to sell it to the Nazi-controlled Prussian … Read More

President to Honor Man Who Died Saving Woman and Her 3 Kids From Drowning

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

President Reuven Rivlin will inaugurate a special civilian commendation for exemplary behavior to honor a man who died as he saved a mother and her three children from drowning in a lake, the president’s office said in a statement Monday. The new Civil Medal of Distinguished Service will be given to the family of Michael … Read More

PA Continues to Dump Waste While Israel Grapples With Coronavirus Crisis

Monday, July 6, 2020

Exploiting the furlough of Israeli Civil Administration inspectors during the coronavirus shutdown in March and April, convoys of Palestinian Authority municipal garbage trucks have been dumping thousands of cubic meters of refuse from the towns of Ramallah and El Bireh into the Binyamin Region’s Tarrifi Quarry, just outside the Jewish communities of Kochav Ya’akov and … Read More

Air Defenses Respond to Rocket Attack on US Embassy in Baghdad – Report

Monday, July 6, 2020

Air defense systems responded to a rocket attack on the US Embassy in Baghdad on Saturday night, according to Al-Arabiya. The eastern entrance of the “Green Zone” in Baghdad where the embassy is located was reportedly closed after the attack. The rocket reportedly fell near a number of protesters near the suspension bridge in the … Read More

Israel Launches Ofek 16 Recon Satellite Into Orbit

Monday, July 6, 2020

A new advanced Israeli reconnaissance satellite took off and reached the planet’s orbit Monday morning, Israel’s Defense Ministry announced. According to a press statement, the satellite, dubbed Ofek 16, took off from a launchpad in central Israel at 4:00 am local time — 21:00 Eastern Time. The launch came as a joint endeavor of the Space … Read More

Brazil Names First Jewish Chief Justice

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Brazil on Sunday appointed Luiz Fux, 67, its first Jewish Supreme Federal Court (SFC) president. This is the second time Fux has made history in Brazil; in 2011 he became the first Jewish judge to be named to the bench at SFC. Brazil rotates the post of chief justice among the 11 members comprising its … Read More