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Two Jewish conservatives launch ‘Jews Against Soros’ website
They seek to counter the claim that any criticism of the billionaire qualifies as antisemitic.
Israeli, US national security advisors meet at the White House
Jake Sullivan, Tzachi Hanegbi and Ron Dermer discussed Iran, among other topics, per a White House readout.
Ukraine shoots down missiles, Iran-made drones in 6th Russian air assault in 6 days
Ukrainian authorities report 2 people wounded in strikes on Kyiv, which also damaged buildings and cars; US think thank says Russia’s aerial campaign could backfire
Ancient Meets Hi-Tech in Jerusalem's Tower of David Museum
One of Jerusalem’s ancient landmarks is taking a giant leap into the world of technology. Visitors can now not only see the ancient stones of the renovated Tower of David Museum but also touch and follow its history.
Holocaust memorial project marks milestone with 100,000 ‘stumbling blocks’
Gunter Demnig, who began initiative, says he hopes the Stolpersteine will help create ‘a different image of Germany,’ as US ambassador lays memorial plaque for her relatives
Ancient relics found during Jerusalem traffic stop
A Palestinian was arrested on suspicion of intending to sell the Roman-era artifacts on the black market.
Features, Analysis & Opinion
Pew: More than 120% jump in Hebrew speakers in America since 1980
In the same time span Hebrew speakers increased from 100,000 to 220,000, Arabic speakers in U.S. homes rose from 215,000 to 1.4 million.
‘Irreversible Impact’: Over 100 Organizations Urge Universities to Reject Academic Association BDS Resolution
Measure proposed by American Anthropological Association accuses Israel of being an apartheid regime and committing crimes against humanity.
A new natural gas reservoir was discovered off the coast of Israel
The Ministry of Energy and the Energian company announced that the extent of the reservoir is estimated at 68 BCM, while the annual gas consumption in Israel is less than 13 BCM.