Tuesday, May 17, 2022


Magen Unit Responsible for Protecting Bennett Steps Up Security After Death Threat

(JNS) The Magen Unit responsible for protecting Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett stepped up security after an unknown individual sent a letter containing a death threat and a live bullet, and addressed it to the premier and his family.


‘Turkey Deporting Hamas Members At Israel’s Request’

(Israel Hayom via JNS) Amid Ankara’s efforts to repair relations with Israel, Hamas members and associates are being deported from Turkey, according to Palestinian officials.

“Dozens of people identified with Hamas, in


German Bundestag President to Tour Yad Vashem, Take Part in Yom HaShoah Events

(JNS) German Bundestag President Bärbel Bas will visit Yad Vashem—the World Holocaust Remembrance Center—in Jerusalem on the eve of Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, which takes place from April 27-28.

She will be


Israeli Security Forces Arrest 11 Terror Suspects in Multiple Raids

(JNS) The Israel Defense Forces, the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) and Israel’s Border Police undercover units launched multiple counterterror raids across Judea and Samaria, arresting 11 Palestinian suspects, the military announced.


Israel Police Seize 100 Grenades, Firearms at Lebanon Border

(JNS) Israeli security forces thwarted an attempt to smuggle 100 grenades into the country from Lebanon, the Israel Police announced. The grenades, which were of the fragmentation type, were likely intended for use in terror attacks, according to police.

Israeli military spotters detected suspicious


Annual Holocaust March Faces Major Challenge as Survivors Pass Away

(JNS) At press time, the International March of the Living was scheduled to take place in Poland on Thursday, April 28, following a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19. While organizers are pleased to put the pandemic behind them, they say they are now facing a much greater challenge.

“The reality is that


Israel Now Believes Chances of New Iran Deal ‘Slim to None’

Israel now believes the chances of a new nuclear deal being signed by Iran and the West are “slim to none,” according to Israeli diplomatic officials.

“The possibility that the sides will sign a deal in the foreseeable future is shrinking exponentially,” the officials told Israeli daily Israel


Ambassador David Friedman Honored With Guardian of Zion Award

On the evening of April 19, during Chol Hamoed Pesach, Ambassador David Friedman, who was the U.S. ambassador to Israel from March 2017 to January 2021, received the prestigious Guardian of Zion Award from the Ingeborg Rennert Center for Jerusalem Studies of Bar Ilan University, sponsored by Ira and Ingeborg


Eretz Hakodesh Rabbis Visit Gedolei Yisrael on Chol Hamoed Pesach


At Least 10 Shot or Injured In Brooklyn Subway Station; Person of Interest Named

(theyeshivaworld and combined sources) At press time, at least 10 people had been reported shot or injured in a shooting in a Brooklyn subway station during the Tuesday, April 12 morning rush hour. Police released a photo of Frank James, 62, a person of interest in the attack.

The incident happened


‘We Won’t Let Them Win,’ Says Bennett

(Israel Hayom via JNS) Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, Public Security Minister Omer Barlev and Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai on Monday night, April 11 visited the Ilka Bar in Tel Aviv, the site of the deadly terror attack last Thursday. The pub opened its doors on Monday for the first


IDF Arrests 20 Security Suspects in Overnight Judea And Samaria Raids

(JNS) Israeli security forces arrested 20 terror suspects overnight Tuesday, April 12 in a series of raids in Judea and Samaria, according to the Israeli military.

One of the suspects was allegedly involved in the attack on

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