Jerusalem ultra-Orthodox rabbi is accused of being an undercover Christian missionary

Jerusalem ultra-Orthodox rabbi is accused of being an undercover Christian missionary ‘who emigrated to Israel from US after claiming to be Holocaust victim descendant’ A Jerusalem rabbi is accused of being an undercover Christian missionary  Monitoring organisation Beyneynu had the man under surveillance for 7 years The man denies the accusations, saying: ‘It’s a lie. I … Read more

So in Vogue! British fashion bible features young female Labour politicians in May issue

Its pages are usually graced by stars and supermodels, but Vogue has set aside the rich and famous in favour of politicians. The fashion bible has broken with tradition to feature four of Labour’s newest female MPs, including the controversial Equality minister Charlotte Nichols, 30. The MP for Warrington North was forced to apologise last week … Read more

Prehistoric cave painters may have been hallucinating through lack of oxygen, study claims

Prehistoric cave painters who daubed colourful murals on the walls of deep caverns some 30,000 years ago may have been hallucinating due to a lack of oxygen.  A new study speculates that the artists who produced numerous underground works across Europe may have deliberately starved themselves of oxygen.  Among the paintings mentioned by Israeli researchers are … Read more

Israel falls silent to remember the horrors of the Holocaust

Israelis stood in silence on Thursday as a two-minute siren wailed across the country in remembrance of the Holocaust’s six million Jewish victims. Public buses and cars stopped on the streets and highways, and pedestrians stood in place in memory of those killed in the Nazi genocide. The annual memorial is one of the most … Read more

Adrian Dunbar cheated death when his car was BLOWN UP on a family holiday in Jerusalem

Line Of Duty star Adrian Dunbar reveals he cheated death when his car was BLOWN UP on a family holiday in Jerusalem By Rebecca Lawrence For Mailonline Published: 11:43 BST, 7 April 2021 | Updated: 11:43 BST, 7 April 2021 Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar has revealed he had a narrow escape when his … Read more

Gal Gadot’s ‘career was threatened’ by Joss Whedon during filming of Justice League

Joss Whedon allegedly threatened Gal Gadot’s career and said he could ‘make her look incredibly stupid’ on the set of Justice League according to a bombshell report. The Hollywood Reporter released an extensive article full of many claims against the 56-year-old filmmaker including alleged friction he had with the 35-year-old Israeli actress. According to a source … Read more

Stone Age humans were HYPERCARNIVORES and survived on mostly meat

Our earliest tool-making ancestors survived on a mostly meat-based diet until about 80,000 years ago when large animals died out and they were forced to eat more vegetables, according to the findings of a new study.  Researchers from Tel Aviv University were able to reconstruct the nutrition of stone age humans by examining 400 scientific papers … Read more

How vaccinations have led Israel to freedom but failed to stop third wave in Chile

Israel, the UK and Chile are all world-leaders in terms of the percentage of their respective populations that have been given at least one dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.  Israel’s successful vaccination drive has given over 60 percent of its population at least one jab. In the UK, around 47 percent of people have been … Read more

Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu appears in court at his corruption trial

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared in court today at his corruption trial to hear prosecutors make their allegations against him. Prosecutors say Israel’s longest-serving Prime Minister used his political influence as ‘currency’ to buy favours from media executives and wealthy businessmen. The evidentiary phase of the trial was beginning as Israel’s political parties were … Read more

Crowds gather at holy sites across Jerusalem for Easter as the country unlocks

Israel’s world-leading vaccination programme allowed crowds to gather for Easter celebrations in Jerusalem, while most of the world still restricts gatherings. Christians in the Holy Land marked Good Friday without the mass pilgrimages usually seen in the days leading up to Easter because of the coronavirus, but a modest crowd was able to turn out … Read more