When Israel wanted to help its troops, it sent them to America.Read More
While hundreds of thousands of Israelis take to the streets to protest the high cost of housing, a penthouse on Tel Aviv’s Rothschild Street is on the market for $50 million.Read More
A Russian Jewish immigrant was sentenced to a year and a day in jail for scamming thousands from a fund benefiting Holocaust victims.Read More
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to ease the economic burden on Israeli citizens as he was presented Monday with the list of experts who will comprise a panel to engage in dialogue with representatives of the popular protests currently sweeping Israel.Read More
Artifacts from the Second Temple period were found in Jerusalem.Read More
Standard & Poor’s said ratings for the loan guarantees Israel obtains from the United States dropped commensurately with its downgrading of the U.S. credit rating.Read More
The Iranian regime continues to pursue avenues to circumvent both U.S. and multilateral sanctions,” says the letter to be sent Tuesday and first reported Sunday by The Wall Street Journal. “In the banking sector, the Central Bank of Iran lies at the center of Iran’s circumvention strategy.”Read More
Israelis in the United States are pitching tents in public spaces, taking up the social justice protests crisscrossing Israel.
Small tent cities have sprung up in New York’s Time Square, across the street from the White House and at a park in Los Angeles, Ynet reported.
About 200 ex-Israelis and supporters of Israel’s housing protesters demonstrated in Los Angeles’ Woodley Park Sunday, in a protest organized on Facebook, according to Ynet. The Israeli protesters said they would return to the country of their birth if the cost of living was less and the financial pressures were not as great.Read More
The White House called on Cuba to release Alan Gross.Read More