Israel is scrambling to battle a second wave of virus infections sweeping across the country. After reopening the economy in May, Israel’s daily cases went from the double digits to now 1,200 to 1,400 new cases per day.
A senior Hamas official accused of spying for Israel defected to the Jewish State on Saturday, a leading Saudi Arabian media outlet reported.
Moments after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s controversial decision to convert Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia into a mosque, the Muslim call to prayer sounded from the UNESCO world heritage site.
As Israel braces for a possible second, total lockdown, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu admitted that Israel may have re-opened its economy too soon.
The wave of protests calling for an end to racism and police brutality have also led to unforeseen consequences. Some Jewish leaders say these demonstrations have taken a turn toward anti-Semitism.
Philadelphia Eagles star wide receiver DeSean Jackson apologized Tuesday for sharing an anti-Semitic message attributed to Hitler on his social media pages over the weekend.
Erin O’Toole, a Canadian parliament member seeking to become Canada’s next Prime Minister, has vowed to move his country’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem if elected.
South African Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng is refusing to walk back recent statements he’s made in support of Israel despite receiving backlash.
Another explosion rocked a factory south of the Iranian capital of Tehran on Tuesday, killing at least two and wounding three.
Israel is imposing a partial lockdown again as the country struggles to contain a new surge in COVID-19 cases.