Cyberattack shuts down Bnei Brak hospital’s computers
Ransomware targets the haredi Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Center.
Israel’s economic growth in defiance of grave odds
Despite domestic political unrest over its government’s judicial reform push, the data predict growth for Israel’s economy.
US approves sale of Israeli missile defense system to Finland
Under the deal submitted to the US, Rafael and Raytheon will jointly develop Finland’s version of the missile defense system.
Amazon to invest $7.2 billion in Israel; launches Tel Aviv data centers
The launch of the AWS Israel (Tel Aviv) Region gives customers the option of running their applications from data centers in Israel.
Mossad chief secretly visited DC to discuss Saudi deal
David Barnea met with the U.S. national security advisor at the White House ahead of his trip to Jeddah.
Israeli forces arrested 10 wanted terrorists throughout Judea & Samaria
The wanted terrorists who were arrested were transferred for further investigation by the security forces.
Israeli and US Navies Begin Joint Exercise
The US Navy’s 5th Fleet began a joint annual exercise called Intrinsic Defender with the Israeli Navy in Haifa on Sunday.
Americans who see Israel as top ally highlight defense ties, shared values
In new poll on Americans’ trending perceptions of alliances and rivalries, more Republicans and Independents (79%) than Democrats name Israel as the top US ally
In ‘ABC News’ interview, Netanyahu dismisses fears over Israeli democracy
The Israeli prime minister described his coalition’s proposed changes to the Supreme Court as “a minor correction.”