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UN Chief Says Report Accusing Israel of Apartheid ‘Does Not Reflect’ His Views

UN Chief Says Report Accusing Israel of Apartheid ‘Does Not Reflect’ His Views

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Photo: Alchetron. JNS.org – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres distanced himself from a new UN report that accuses Israel of implementing “an apartheid regime.” Israeli Ambassador…

Trump Mideast Negotiations Envoy Jason Greenblatt Conducts ‘Positive’ Closed-Door Meeting in Jerusalem With Settler Leaders

Trump Mideast Negotiations Envoy Jason Greenblatt Conducts ‘Positive’ Closed-Door Meeting in Jerusalem With Settler Leaders

Jason Greenblatt. Photo: Wikipedia. US President Donald Trump’s envoy for Mideast negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, met with Israeli settler leaders on Thursday in Jerusalem, in what the Hebrew news site nrg…

Coverage Proposal: Dozens of Terror Victims and Family Members Will Run in Jerusalem Marathon

Coverage Proposal: Dozens of Terror Victims and Family Members Will Run in Jerusalem Marathon

A group of 300 runners, including dozens of terror victims, family members, and volunteers who facilitate terror victims through their recuperation, will participate in the upcoming Jerusalem Marathon tomorrow, Friday,…

Trump Adviser Jason Greenblatt, Netanyahu Emerge From 5-Hour Meeting With Statement on Commitment to Achieving Sustainable Peace Agreement

Trump Adviser Jason Greenblatt, Netanyahu Emerge From 5-Hour Meeting With Statement on Commitment to Achieving Sustainable Peace Agreement

US President Donald Trump’s adviser Jason Greenblatt and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meeting on March 13. Photo: Twitter. A five hour meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US…

Israel Police Raids Home of Palestinian Terrorist Behind Jerusalem Stabbing Attack

Israel Police Raids Home of Palestinian Terrorist Behind Jerusalem Stabbing Attack

Jerusalem’s Lions’ Gate (pictured) was the scene of a Palestinian stabbing attack Monday. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. JNS.org – Israeli police on Monday raided the east Jerusalem home of the Palestinian…

Israel’s Ben-Gurion University Announces Development of Algorithms That Immunize Against Cyberattacks Launched Through Images, Video

Israel’s Ben-Gurion University Announces Development of Algorithms That Immunize Against Cyberattacks Launched Through Images, Video

Typing on a computer keyboard. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. JNS.org – A researcher at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has developed a new method that provides “virtually 100 percent…

Israeli Defense Minister Calls for Arab MKs With Terrorist Sympathies to Emigrate to Palestinian State in Any Future Peace Deal

Israeli Defense Minister Calls for Arab MKs With Terrorist Sympathies to Emigrate to Palestinian State in Any Future Peace Deal

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. Photo: Jonathan Klinger via Wikimedia Commons. JNS.org – Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Monday that, in any future peace deal with the Palestinians, Arab…

Settlement boundaries have never been delimited

Settlement boundaries have never been delimited

T. Belman. The reason that this is important is that we have an understanding with the Bush Admin, and even with earlier administrations, that we could build within the agreed…

Intel Buys Mobileye in Biggest Ever Deal in Israeli High-tech

Intel Buys Mobileye in Biggest Ever Deal in Israeli High-tech

Computer chip giant Intel to enter autonomous vehicle market with $15 billion acquisition of Israel’s Mobileye, sources say. By Omri Zerachovitz, HAARETZ Technology giant Intel is purchasing Israeli company Mobileye…

Netanyahu Seeks Putin’s Reassurance to Keep Iran From Presence on Israeli Border

Netanyahu Seeks Putin’s Reassurance to Keep Iran From Presence on Israeli Border

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin in a meeting on Thursday. Photo: Twitter. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited Moscow on Thursday seeking reassurance from Russian…