Syria Attacks Israel

Syria launched a missile at Israel that fell in the Negev Desert. The IDF described the weapon as a surface-to-air missile, which is usually used for air defense against warplanes or other missiles, that flew … Read More

Sudan Repeals Boycott Law

Sudan repealed its 1958 law that boycotted diplomatic relations with the Jewish state.The move is meant to pave the way for diplomatic relations with Israel. This is yet another predominantly Muslim country that is making … Read More

Israel to Scrap Outdoors Mask Mandate

Beginning Sunday, Israelis will no longer be required to wear masks outdoors. After one year of being required to do so, Israelis are one step closer to emerging from the pandemic. This is great news! … Read More

Memorial Day

Today is Israel’s Memorial Day. We remember our fallen soldiers as well as victims of terror. On this day, a two-minute siren sounds and the country comes to a stop. Whatever people are doing, they … Read More

Iran Attempts to Lure Israelis

The Israeli intelligence agency, Mossad, reported that Iranian agents tried to lure Israelis abroad in an attempt to harm or kidnap them. The agency released a statement that said, “Their method is based on using … Read More

Iran Blames Israel for Nuclear Plant Outage

Iran blames Israel for the incident that happened at the Iranian nuclear facility, Natanz, on Sunday. Iranian officials have vowed revenge. While Israel has not officially taken credit for the power outage that set back … Read More

Israel Refuses to Recognize ICC

Israel will tell the ICC that it does not recognize its authority. This comes as the ICC begins a probe into war crimes by both Israel and Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip. By not … Read More

Major Reopening of Education System

Israel’s Ministry of Education announced it is planning a major reopening of the educational system soon. Due to drastically falling rates of infection and high vaccination rates, Israel hopes to do away with learning capsules … Read More

Pfizer Halts Vaccine Shipment to Israel

Pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer, halted shipment of an additional 700,000 doses of their coronavirus vaccine to Israel. The company cited failure to pay for previous doses as the reason. Israel reportedly has not payed for the … Read More

Netanyahu Tasked To Form Government

Israeli President, Reuven Rivlin, reluctantly tasked current Prime Minister Netanyahu with forming the next government. Rivlin conducted interviews with heads of the political parties that will be part of the next Knesset, and Netanyahu received … Read More