July 26, 2019

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As celebrations begin for Israel’s 75th anniversary, Israel InSight Magazine, the new print magazine for Israel’s Christian friends, is finally launching, and you won’t want to miss a single issue. Become a charter subscriber today! Click here to find out […]
June 1, 2023

Historic Arkansas resolution emphasizes Israel’s claim to Judea and Samaria

Rep. Mindy McAlindon, sponsor of the pro-Israel resolution, speaks in the Arkansas State House of Representatives. Courtesy. by David Isaac (JNS) — A resolution passed by a unanimous vote in the Arkansas House of Representatives, which includes a strong statement […]
May 31, 2023

Another improbable win for Israel in U20 World Cup

(JNS) — Israel scored a second consecutive improbable win at the Under-20 FIFA World Cup in Argentina on May 30, punching its ticket to the quarter-finals. Anan Khalaili fired home a goal in the 97th minute to propel Israel to a […]
May 28, 2023

Israel has historic win, advances in U20 World Cup

The Israeli national youth soccer team (in blue) during a European U21 championship playoff vs Ireland at Bloomfield Stadium in Jaffa, Sept. 27, 2022. Credit: TPS. (JNS) — Israel made soccer history on May 27 at the Under-20 World Cup […]
May 15, 2023

Five years later, U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem remains key to Middle East peace

by Ambassador David Friedman (Israel Hayom) — On May 14, 2018 — exactly the same date and even the same hour that David Ben-Gurion announced Israel’s independence 70 years earlier — I presided over the opening of the United States […]
May 15, 2023

Family of Gazan killed in Israel by PIJ rocket getting terror victim benefits from Israel

Abdullah Abu Jaba, the Gazan laborer killed by an Islamic Jihad rocket while working in southern Israel on May 13, 2023. Source: Twitter. (JNS) — A Palestinian man from Gaza killed by a Palestinian Islamic Jihad rocket on May 13 […]
May 15, 2023

Five-day operation won’t change Gaza, but offers quiet to the South

A building in Rehovot, a day after a Gazan rocket killed an elderly woman there, May 12, 2023. Photo by Yossi Aloni/Flash90. by Yaakov Lappin (JNS) — On the day that a truce between Israel and the Iranian-backed Palestinian Islamic […]
May 14, 2023

King Charles to become first British sovereign to visit Israel

Israeli President Isaac Herzog with Prince Charles at Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, England, Nov. 22, 2021. Photo by Koby Gideon/GPO. (JNS) — Preparations are underway for newly-crowned King Charles of England to become the first British sovereign to visit the […]
May 12, 2023

IDF: Iran pushing Palestinian Islamic Jihad to keep firing at Israel

Israeli security forces and emergency responders take cover in Israel as a siren sounds a warning of incoming rockets from the Gaza Strip, where one hit and damaged a home in the southern Israeli city of Sderot on May 11, […]
May 12, 2023

Debunking the lie that Israel is a “settler-colonial project”

by Paul Schneider (JNS) — Anti-Zionists, especially Palestinian activists, often try to delegitimize Israel by calling it a white supremacist, European-style, settler-colonial project. According to the Palestine National Charter of 1964, “Zionism is a colonialist movement in its inception, aggressive […]
May 12, 2023

What is Palestinian Islamic Jihad? New York Times won’t give you an honest answer

by Gilead Ini (CAMERA) — Palestinian Islamic Jihad is an antisemitic terrorist group whose attacks on civilians have caused unfathomable suffering and destruction. Consider the case of Oran Almog. When Oran was just 10 years old, a PIJ operative entered the […]


April 19, 2023

Why the financial crisis in UNRWA? It’s self-inflicted

UNRWA textbook featuring Palestinian terrorist Dalal Mughrabi as a role model for children. (Photo: by David Bedein This week, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East discerned that the United States will […]
April 4, 2023

Explaining Israel’s Crisis, Part 3: What Were the Protests Really About?

Israel Supreme Court in Jerusalem, July 2021. Credit: Igal Vaisman/Shutterstock. by Alex Traiman (JNS) — Since the announcement of a package of proposed judicial reforms by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s right-wing government, a small protest movement quickly gained momentum, […]
April 2, 2023

Explaining Israel’s Crisis (Part 2): It’s about much more than the court

Israel Supreme Court in Jerusalem, July 2021. Credit: Igal Vaisman/Shutterstock. by Alex Traiman (JNS) — In “Explaining Israel’s Crisis (Part 1): Why Reform the Supreme Court?,” we explored the reasons Israel’s new government put advancing judicial reform at the forefront […]
April 1, 2023

Explaining Israel’s Crisis (Part 1): Why Reform the Supreme Court?

Israel Supreme Court in Jerusalem, July 2021. Credit: Igal Vaisman/Shutterstock. by Alex Traiman (JNS) — For the last several weeks, hundreds of thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets to protest a highly controversial package of judicial reforms being […]
February 28, 2023

Antisemitism as the new form of “human rights”

An anti-Israel protest in London in June 2021. Credit: Loredana Sangiuliano/Shutterstock. by Fiamma Nirenstein (JNS) — Those who lament a recent incident in which a kippa-wearing Jewish boy in Turin, Italy was told by his classmates that, in an earlier […]