The occasion will mark the first visit to Israel by a president of the Philippines.
Ronaldo and Bernadette Lopez came to Israel for work, like many fellow Filipinos. But they also found religion.
The effigy’s four arms, in the shape of a swastika, each hold a nuclear bomb, a gun, a bag of money and a backhoe.
While the story is complicated, the ethical question at its center is not.
— The president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, told President Donald Trump that he may not be able to visit the White House because he is “supposed to go to” Israel and Russia. Responding to Trump’s invitation on Saturday to visit the United States, Duterte said on Monday, “I cannot make any definite promise. I’m supposed to go to Russia;…
Staff. Sgt. Joana Chris Arpon isn’t Israeli, or even Jewish. Her service in the Israel Defense Forces is personal.
(JTA) — Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte apologized to members of the country’s Jewish community for suggesting that he would kill as many drug dealers as Adolf Hitler did Jews. “Please accept my apology. It will never happen again,” Duterte said Tuesday at the Beit Yaacov Synagogue in Makati, a city in the Manila metropolitan area where the…
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte appeared to liken himself to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler on Friday and said he would “be happy” to exterminate three million drug users and peddlers in the country.
Rose Fostanes, the Filipina caregiver who won Israel’s “X Factor,” better not give up her day job yet.
Rose Fostanes unexpectedly found fame last night on reality TV. But her effort to use that fame to shine a spotlight on Israel’s foreign workers won’t be anywhere near as successful as her singing.