Monday, September 26, 2022


Dr. Zev Zelenko Dies at 48

(WND) After a four-year battle with cancer, COVID treatment innovator Dr. Zev Zelenko has died, at just 48 years old. He developed his protocol of hydroxychloroquine, zinc, azithromycin, steroids and other drugs, reportedly treating over 7,000 patients successfully worldwide. The innovative and dedicated physician was a member of the Kiryas


Christian Groups Protest Move by Presbyterian Church Accusing Israel of Apartheid

The International Engagement Committee of the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s 225th annual General Assembly adopted an overture accusing Israel of being an apartheid state on June 28.

Several Christian organizations, alongside groups opposed to antisemitism, protested against the overture and the


Bennett Won't Run In Upcoming Elections

(Jewish Link) Prime Minister Naftali Bennett will not run in the upcoming Knesset elections, the prime minister announced on Wednesday evening in a statement to the press. The announcement came as the Knesset prepared to dissolve on Wednesday evening, with elections expected to take place in late October or early November.


Iran and the US Resume Indirect Nuclear Talks in Qatar

(JNS) Indirect nuclear talks between the United States and Iran resumed Tuesday, June 28 in Doha, Qatar, Iranian state media reported.

Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani and U.S. special envoy for Iran Robert Malley are negotiating from separate rooms in a Doha hotel, reported Reuters.


Israel to Cooperate With World Powers to Shape Possible Iran Nuclear Deal

(JNS) Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz said on Monday, June 27 that Israel would work with world powers to shape any deal on Iran’s nuclear program.

“With the expected or possible resumption of the nuclear talks, we will continue to work together with the United States and other countries in


More Than 80 Scholars Form Group To Fight Anti-Zionism on Campus

(JNS) More than 80 scholars of Jewish and Israel studies have joined together to form an initiative to combat on-campus anti-Zionism: The Jewish Studies Zionist Network.

The organization is the brainchild of Jarrod Tanny, an associate professor of Jewish history at the University of North


Knesset Approves Second Reading of Motion to Disperse

(JNS) The Knesset plenum on Wednesday, June 29 passed in second reading a motion to disperse, with 74 Knesset members voting in favor and five against.

The motion will now return to the House Committee ahead of a third reading, which will require a majority of 61 votes to pass, according to Ynet.


US Airstrikes Militia Groups Along Iraq-Syria Border Region, US Military Says

(JNS) The United States carried out airstrikes on Monday, June 27 targeting “Iran-backed militia groups in the Iraq-Syria border region,” the Defense Department said in a statement.

“The targets were selected because these facilities are utilized by Iran-backed militias that are engaged in unmanned


Biden Administration Sees Progress in Resolving Israel-Lebanon Maritime Border Dispute

(JNS) The U.S. State Department announced on Monday, June 27 that it is seeing progress in helping to resolve a dispute between Israel and Lebanon over maritime boundaries.

According to a news release from State Department spokesman Ned Price, Senior Advisor for Energy Security Amos Hochstein—who was


Grand Mufti of Oman: Palestine Can Only Be Taken Back Through Resistance, Not Peace Deals

(JNS) The Grand Mufti of Oman, Ahmed bin Hamad Al-Khalili, said in an interview on Qatar’s Al Jazeera that the Taliban’s “victory” over the United States was a miracle.

“We saw a child from the Taliban learning the Quran with a gun hanging next to him[;] [The Taliban] combine the Quran with the


NJ and Israeli Leaders Meet to Help Enhance NJ-Israel Travel

Meeting held during Minister Razvozov’s first official visit to the United States and paves the way for more tourism opportunities to grow the already strong New Jersey-Israel tourism market.

(Courtesy of Israel Ministry of Tourism) During his first official visit to the United


Israel’s Government Falls

The coalition led by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett cleared the first major hurdle on its path to ending the current government on Wednesday, June 22, passing the first of the four votes necessary to disperse the Knesset and force snap elections.

Unable to agree even on dissolution, the

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