Antisemitism on campus experienced by 50% of Jewish college students
A new study also reveals that nearly a third of Jewish undergraduates witnessed bigotry on their campus.
Terrorists fire rocket from Jenin towards Gilboa region
Terrorists from Jenin published a video of an attempt to fire rockets from Jenin towards the Gilboa region.
Hackers publish Israeli hospital records after cyberattack
The group threatened more to come if ransom not paid.
Israel completes sale of TROPHY Active Protection System to UK
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems says 20 million pound agreement signed will see an advanced version of the system, modified to specifications, provided to the British military
The head of the snake: Israel police bust international crypto fraud ring
Watch: Cops raid Ramat Gan offices of company behind ‘sting software’ used by criminal gangs, both domestic and foreign, to defraud investors of tens of millions of euros; Ynet joined the operation and captured the dramatic moments
Fatah terror operative arrested in Jenin refugee camp
The IDF identified the suspect as Muhammad Nanghiyeh, an operative of Tanzim, the armed wing of Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah Party.
Israel, Japan explore possible free trade deal
Israel’s Economy and Industry Minister Nir Barkat and Japanese Economy, Trade and Industry Yasutoshi Nishimura met in Tel Aviv on Monday and signed an economic and innovation agreement between their nations.
Lockheed Martin to build 8 more CH-53K helicopters for Israel
This contract brings the number of helicopters to be delivered to Israel to 12, following the initial production announcement last year for the first four aircraft under a US Navy Foreign Military Sales (FMS) agreement.
Israel's airports conclude the busiest summer in history
Air travel picks up in 2023 after the previous two years were considered slow in the wake of the COVID pandemic; Although record numbers pass through Ben Gurion and Ramon, a further rush is expected during the High-Holiday