Malls and outdoor markets reopened last week after six weeks of closure, as Israel’s daily new cases of coronavirus remained in the low dozens.
For May, Israelis have a sense the coronavirus has weakened its attacks in the country and people are recovering more quickly.
After years of pressure from the US (both Obama and Trump administrations) and the Israeli government, Germany’s interior minister on Thursday banned all activities of the Lebanese terrorist movement Hezbollah.
A proposal to open the economy began to take effect this week, as presented by Defense Minister Naftali Bennett, who claimed it is vital to begin lifting the current lockdown.
After many years of drought and an unusually wet winter, Israel’s Sea of Galilee is full for the first time in decades.
The seven-day commemoration of the Jewish Exodus from Egypt begins this year at sunset Wed. 8 April and concludes at nightfall on Wed. 15 April.
Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett has published a video imploring Jews around the world to abide by strict social-distancing rules at their upcoming seders.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States reached 100,040 last week, the highest number in the world, according to a Reuters tally.
USA Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says Iranian regime officials have pocketed more than $1 billion in humanitarian funds meant to be used to help fight the spread of coronavirus.
Dr. Elli Rosenberg thought Israel’s first response to the coronavirus was too aggressive. Now? Maybe not.