Wednesday, January 27, 2021


Tel Aviv mayor proved what is wrong with Israel’s left parties

Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Haldai announcing the launch of his Hasraelim party, there are no fewer than six parties competing for the votes of centrist and leftist Israel.

US spy Pollard reaches Israel after conviction

Jonathan Pollard, who spent over 30 years in US prison for espionage for Israel, arrives in Israel early Wednesday with his wife.

COVID-19 affected voters will cast ballots at drive-through polling stations

Israelis who are ill with COVID-19 will be able to cast their ballots at drive-through polling stations, which officials hope will ensure a smooth election in March while reducing infection risk.

Israel to support India with full military assistance, worries Pak and China

Israel's Ambassador to India Ron Malka's assurance of unwavering military support to India appears to be aimed at increasing tensions in Asia for later arch-rivals - Pakistan and its brother-in-law 'China'.

Turkey Prez: Palestine policy is road barrier against Turkey, Israel ties

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Ankara wants to establish better relations with Israel, but gave the slogan calling the Jewish state policy on Palestine "unacceptable".

Why President Donald Trump is reckless to retain his presidency

Donald Trump seems so desperate to continue in his post as President of the United States as over the weekend, he reportedly spoke with attorney Sidney Powell and former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn about trying to impose martial law in the states to hold fresh elections in the hope that he could remain president.

EU member states to get first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines

COVID-19 vaccines are being provided for shipment to European Union member states, the Commission confirmed on Thursday.

The new COVID-19 likely to be in all European countries: Experts

Expert in the United Kingdom said that the new type of coronavirus is likely now in most if not all European countries.

Fall of Israel government, new challenges awaits PM Netanyahu

Israel will hold a snap election in March after the parliament meet on Tuesday failed the deadline to pass a budget

Dispute over national budget to bring Israel’s general elections

Israel is holding was all set to call the fourth national election in two years after failing to resolve a dispute over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief governor Benny Gantz over the budget.
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