Israel’s Central Elections Committee in cooperation with the Transportation Ministry has announced that they will offer free inter-city public transportation on election day across the country. The move is aimed at getting more voters who live in different cities than where they are registered to still vote, and includes both busses and trains.
In preparation for Pesach, the Kosel Heritage Foundation invites the public to take part in the mass Birchas Kohanim that will take place on Monday, April 22, 2019, and join one of the special tours at the Kosel.
The relationship between Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration, which has set the global standard in aviation safety for decades, will come under unprecedented scrutiny this week after two deadly airline crashes.
Jerusalem police arrested a suspect in a drugstore in the city center with fake narcotics prescriptions with which he purchased the drugs and is suspected of drug trafficking.
The police opened a covert investigation following information received that a person used to come to pharmacies in the center of the city with fake narcotic prescriptions in order to but narcotics.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer lamented what he called the “ancient poison” of anti-Semitism Monday evening during a speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) annual conference in Washington, in which he criticized both President Trump and a fellow Democrat, freshman Rep.
Belgian Euro MP Philip Claeys is heard in the video, expressing concerns over plans by local officials from a new Muslim party who succeeded in a municipal election, to campaign to set up a Muslim state.
Israeli aircraft bombed targets across the Gaza Strip and Gaza terrorists fired rockets into Israel early Tuesday, the second day of cross-border fighting. Hamas announced a cease-fire had been brokered by Egyptian mediators, but the cross-border strikes continued into early Tuesday.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer lamented what he called the “ancient poison” of anti-Semitism in his speech at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) annual conference in Washington on Monday, during which he criticized both President Trump and a fellow Democrat, freshman Rep.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II has canceled a visit to Romania to protest its prime minister’s support for recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
The Royal Hashemite Court said Monday that the decision came “in solidarity with Jerusalem.” Abdullah was scheduled to visit Romania later in the day.
He kept up a fist-pumping victory lap over the end of the Mueller probe. Basked in gushy accolades from a foreign leader. Saw a former nemesis humiliated by the feds.
A special Tefilla election event was held on Monday at the Kever of the baba Sali in Netivot.
Minister Aryeh Deri of the Shas party was greeted by Rav Boruch Abuchatzeira, a son of the Baba Sali, where the mekubal Davened at the kever, and delivered a brocha to the Shas Party to be successful in the upcoming elections.
Democrats cannot rely on investigations and impeachment to topple Donald Trump and must instead beat the Republican president “on the merits,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday.
While the governor said ongoing state and federal investigations mean that Trump’s legal jeopardy is not over, Cuomo said it won’t be enough for his party to recapture the White House next year.
The Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says his panel will “unpack the other side of the story” of special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into President Donald Trump and his campaign.
In the shadow of the IDF’s concerns over the establishment of Iran and Hezbollah on the Syrian Golan Heights, and the announcement by US President Donald Trump of the recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Israeli part of the Golan Heights, the IDF Northern Command is preparing for a new challenge after relative calm in recent years.
New Jersey lawmakers dealt a blow to the prospects of legal recreational marijuana use Monday, when the state Senate president postponed a vote after his and the governor’s lobbying campaign failed to muster enough support in the chamber.
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The Hiddush NGO, which has ties to the Reform Movement, has recently filed against the Jerusalem Municipality to have the eruv polls installed in recent years in the city removed.
Michigan health officials have confirmed to YWN that there are around 15 confirmed cases of measles in the Detroit area, raising the number in Oakland County to eight since March 13.