Israel administers 4th COVID-19 vaccine dose to over 500,000 people

Israel has administered a 4th vaccine dose to more than 500,000 people, the Health Ministry said Friday.Source Link: Read more »

Israeli Security Agency foiled an Iranian attempt to recruit Israeli Jewish women to spy for Iran

Israeli Security Agency (Shin Bet) foiled an Iranian attempt to recruit Israeli Jewish women to spy for Iran.Source Link: Read more »

COVID-19 omicron variant sets record for new infections in Israel

The COVID-19 omicron variant has been setting a record for infections in Israel.Source Link: Read more »

Jerusalem Post hacked on anniversary of Soleimani drone strike

The Jerusalem Post said Monday that its website and Twitter account were targeted by “pro-Iranian hackers” who posted an ominous image of a model of the Israeli Dimona nuclear facility under a... Read more »

Baghdad rally marks anniversary of Iranian general's death; US, Israeli flags trampled

Chanting anti-American slogans, hundreds of people rallied in the Iraqi capital Saturday to mark the anniversary of the killing of a powerful Iranian general and a top Iraqi militia leader in a... Read more »

Fourth COVID-19 vaccine approved in Israel for most vulnerable

Israel has approved a fourth vaccine dose for people most vulnerable to COVID-19, an official said Thursday, becoming one of the first countries to do so as it braces for a wave... Read more »

Israel approves 4th vaccine dose for most vulnerable

Israel on Thursday approved a fourth vaccine dose for the Jewish nation’s most vulnerable as coronavirus cases spike globally with the spread of the omicron variant.Source Link: Read more »

Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett not opposed to 'good' nuclear deal with Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said Tuesday he is not opposed to a “good” nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, but voiced skepticism that such an outcome would emerge from the... Read more »

Birthplace of Jesus shut to foreign Christian pilgrims on Christmas because of omicron

The traditional site where Jesus was born in Bethlehem remains shut to would-be foreign Christian pilgrims because of Israel’s latest response to the omicron variant of the coronavirus.Source Link: Read more »

Israeli archaeologists find Roman, medieval treasures in ancient shipwrecks

The Israel Antiquities Authority announced Wednesday the discovery of remnants of two shipwrecks off the Mediterranean coast, replete with a sunken trove of hundreds Roman and medieval silver coins.Source Link: Read more »