Daily Archives: January 24, 2022

Three Palestinians reportedly wounded as settles hurl stones in West Bank

By | 2022-01-24T19:39:54+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Israel|

In a video of the incident, soldiers are seen standing at the side of the road and a military jeep is seen driving behind the settlers' vehicles

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Fourth COVID vaccine unlikely for most people, Israeli health minister says

By | 2022-01-24T18:23:16+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Israel|

Israel started administering a fourth COVID dose to most vulnerable groups as omicron surged

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Israel’s Arab and Jews united in their fight against a power plant

By | 2022-01-24T18:15:01+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Israel|

Following clashes between Jews and Arabs across Israel during May’s Gaza war, the campaign by residents of the Tel Aviv suburbs of Kafr Qasem and Rosh Ha'ayin waned, but it has since been revived

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Netanyahu pours cold water on plea deal, rejects moral turpitude demand

By | 2022-01-24T17:35:24+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Israel|

Netanyahu’s announcement comes after his lawyers received a message from AG Mendelblit that negotiations with him would not be possible and that they would have to wait for the appointment of his successor

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Syrian Kurds say Islamic State militants surrendered after prison raid

By | 2022-01-24T17:01:18+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Middle East|

At least 180 inmates and militants and 27 security forces have reportedly died since ISIS fighters attacked the jail in Hasaka last week in a bid to free their members

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‘JewFace’ faces backlash: ‘What’s offensive is the idea that there’s such thing as Jewish character traits’

By | 2022-01-24T15:09:27+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Entertainment|

Acclaimed Israeli filmmakers Joseph Cedar and Hagai Levi respond to the uproar over 'JewFace,' the term coined by comedian Sarah Silverman for non-Jewish actors being cast as Jewish characters

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Discovery of millet in Bronze Age Mesopotamia changes understanding of early farming

By | 2022-01-24T14:17:52+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Sci/Tech|

Not only were the Mesopotamians growing millet, a thirsty summer crop, before the Neo-Assyrians introduced irrigation: They were early adopters of multi-cropping at least 3,500 years ago

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Most Nazi war criminals got away with murder – but not this one

By | 2022-01-24T13:02:52+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Entertainment|

Andrei ‘Andrusha’ Sawoniuk was the only Nazi collaborator to stand trial in a British court for his crimes. A gripping new book tells the remarkable story of how justice was finally served, 50 years late

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Istanbul Airport suspends operations as winter storm sends chills across Mediterranean

By | 2022-01-24T12:39:41+00:00 January 24th, 2022|Middle East|

Turkey and Greece face frigid temperatures and heavy snow, as Israel braces for winter storm Elpis

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