Putin has pardoned an Israeli woman sentenced to 7,5 years in Russia for hash smuggling

President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to pardon the Israeli woman Naama Issahar, who was sentenced in Russia to 7,5 years in prison for 9,6 grams of hash, which were found in the Sheremetyevo transit zone. Last week, Putin promised his mother Issachar that "everything will be fine," writes the Air Force. ...

'This is a historic breakthrough': Trump unveiled a plan to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

On January 28, US President Donald Trump presented the Middle East peace plan developed by his administration to resolve the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. In the afternoon, the White House hosted a joint conference between President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Voice of America says. By…

Putin in Israel put anti-Semitism and Russophobia on a par

Russian President Vladimir Putin at the World Holocaust Forum in Israel put anti-Semitism and Russophobia on a par, writes the BBC. He stated this during the opening of the “Candle of Remembrance” monument to the heroes and defenders of the defense of Leningrad. “Here, as in Russia, ...

Holocaust remembrance forum: dozens of world leaders visit Israel

Dozens of world leaders gathered on January 23 in Jerusalem (Israel) for the largest meeting in history dedicated to the memory of Holocaust victims and the fight against modern anti-Semitism. About it writes the Voice of America. Russian President Vladimir Putin, French President Emmanuel Macron, British Crown Prince Charles, ...

Golden Golda Awards 2019: New York City Awards Women Contributing to Zionism

In New York on December 26, the American Golden Golda Awards 2019 were announced. This international award was established by the World Zionist Organization. The award recognizes the outstanding successes of women leaders in developing their community, strengthening the values ​​of Zionism and expanding the possibilities of immigration to Israel. Solemn event took place ...

The repatriation to Israel and support for Jews around the world: a press conference of the World Zionist Organization was held in New York

On December 24, a press conference was held in New York with representatives of the Israeli delegation who visited the United States under the auspices of the activities of the World Zionist Organization and its Department for Supporting Repatriation to Israel. The head of the Department for Support of Repatriation of the World Zionist Organization Marina ...

Hanukkah: what kind of holiday it is and how American Jews made it popular

For the Jewish people, Hanukkah is actually not so religious, although due to its proximity to Christmas, it is often considered the most important Jewish holiday. This is not true. Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and Easter, for example, are considered more religious, although Hanukkah is certainly ...

At the Moscow airport detained 40 Israeli citizens

About 40 Israeli citizens were detained at the Domodedovo airport in the capital, the reasons are still unknown, Interfax was told at the Israeli embassy in Moscow. “We are promoting good tourist and trade relations with Russia and are confident that these issues will be solved best in the future,” ...

Trump signed a decree on the fight against anti-Semitism: not all Jews in the US approve of it

The decree on the fight against anti-Semitism, signed by US President Donald Trump, criticized some of the American Jews from among the opponents of the president. Some fear that the decree infringes on freedom of speech and assembly, others worry that they will now be associated with the policies of the Israeli government. About it…

Failed to form a coalition: Israel will host third-year parliamentary elections

Israeli political parties were unable to agree on the formation of a coalition government in the Knesset (Israeli parliament) on time. Now the country has to hold the third parliamentary elections in a year. About this writes "Interfax-Ukraine." The deadline for government formation expired at midnight from 11 to 12 ...

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