Cops nab 14 suspects in raid targeting protection racket in north
Police say raid comes after undercover probe into alleged torching of truck to force business owners to pay up; Ben Gvir touts process to ‘restore governance and security’
Reintroduced congressional bill aims to counter hatred in Palestinian textbooks
The bipartisan legislation would require a yearly check by the State Department on bigotry in education materials.
Israel, Montenegro sign $20 million defense exports agreement
As part of the contract, Elbit will supply 120mm mortar munition systems that can be mounted on 4×4 armored vehicles, as well as training at its academy in Israel.
Israeli Hospitals Hit With 13 Significant Cyberattacks
The Comptroller’s report said ten of the cyberattacks were “of the most severe level.”
Diaspora minister says 48% rise in violent antisemitic incidents since 2022
Amichai Chikli calls anti-Israel online activity the ‘new antisemitism’ that demonizes and delegitimizes Israel.
Israel and Cyprus working on deal to build natural gas pipeline, processing plant
Cypriot energy minister says he’ll visit Jewish state soon to hammer out agreement, with project expected to take at least 2.5 years to finish
5 years on, the US embassy in Jerusalem remains the key to peace in the Middle East
Some have said that the Abraham Accords were achieved despite moving our embassy to Jerusalem. No, the Abraham Accords were signed because of the move.
Police make heavy security arrangements ahead of Jerusalem Flag March
Thousands of cops expected to be deployed in capital to secure marchers who are scheduled to pass through several friction points in Old City; Ben-Gvir to attend
Despite cost of interceptors, Iron Dome saves Israel both lives and treasure
Israeli air defenses shot down 96% of projectiles heading for populated areas so far, saving lives, property and helping avert a costly ground war.