1. Obama fights Iran sanctions

    Obama fights Iran sanctions

    Top Obama administration officials have been pushing U.S. lawmakers hard to hold off on new sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program, Reutersreported on Wednesday. Some key lawmakers, however, have clarified they are not yet convinced to support a delay. Senator Bob Corker, the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and...

    read more

  2. UN encourages terrorist release

    UN encourages terrorist release

    Releasing terrorists is good, but approving new Jewish construction in Jerusalem is wrong, according to the head of the United Nations. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, in a statement he released on Wednesday, condemnedIsrael’s announcement that it will build 1,500 new housing units in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Ramat Shlomo. “Settlement activity is contrary...

    read more

  3. Putin world’s most powerful leader

    Putin world’s most powerful leader

    For only the second time during his tenure as America’s commander-in-chief, US President Barack Obama has come in at second place on Forbes Magazine‘s list of the world’s 72 most powerful people. Significantly, Obama was beaten this year by none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin, answering the magazine’s rhetorical question: “Who’s more...

    read more

  4. Putin world's most powerful leader

    Putin world's most powerful leader

    For only the second time during his tenure as America’s commander-in-chief, US President Barack Obama has come in at second place on Forbes Magazine‘s list of the world’s 72 most powerful people. Significantly, Obama was beaten this year by none other than Russian President Vladimir Putin, answering the magazine’s rhetorical question: “Who’s more...

    read more

  5. Israeli Wins Nobel Prize

    Israeli Wins Nobel Prize

    This year’s Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be awarded to an Israeli professor, Arieh Warshel, who teaches in the United States. Professor Warshel wasannounced Wednesday as a joint winner with Professor’s Martin Karplus from Austria and Michael Levitt from Britain. The prize has been awarded for the development of multi-scale models for complex chemicalsystems. Professor Warshel – an Israeli citizen who lives...

    read more

  6. US Strands Jews Making Aliyah

    US Strands Jews Making Aliyah

    USA's Department of Agriculture Furlough to Leave Thousands of Jews Helpless The U.S.Department of Agriculture (USDA) is facing a budget crisis. The office's website is currently blocked. Anyone who tries to enter the USDA's web domain faces a statement written by the employees clamming that the federal government has put...

    read more

  7. Netherlands Visit

    Netherlands Visit

    (Communicated by the Office of the President) President Shimon Peres, today (Tuesday, 1 October 2013), began the third day of his visit to the Netherlands with a visit to the Noordeinde Palace in The Hague where he was received by King Willem-Alexander. The two inspected an honor guard, saluted the...

    read more

  8. Netanyahu warns on Iran

    Netanyahu warns on Iran

    Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Friday warned the world not to be tempted by the moderate rhetoric coming out of Iran in recent months. Speaking upon his return to Israel from the United States, Netanyahu said, “We are engaged in a comprehensive international struggle against the Iranian nuclear program. Next week I...

    read more

  9. Assad admits mistakes

    Assad admits mistakes

    Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has admitted that he has made “mistakes” but is refusing to talk to the rebels fighting to oust him and continues to describe them as “terrorists.” Assad spoke to the German weekly Der Spiegel. Excerpts of the interview, which will appear in the Monday issue of the...

    read more

  10. International effort to dismantle Syrian WMD

    International effort to dismantle Syrian WMD

    Both US and Russian officials have approached Norway with verbal requests for help in dismantling Syria’s chemical weapons, Norwegian public broadcaster NRK reported on its website. Both countries consider Norway a suitable location for the dangerous work, as it is politically stable and has large amounts of water, which is needed for the task, according to NRK....

    read more

Visit Our Friends

Jmonline  ayalim logo newest kef baner 190-100   cosmetica banner JBNF logo YB logo

mench logo copy

Skip to toolbar