All posts tagged Nathan Jeffay
A Jewish youngster is to be charged in Israel for killing a Palestinian woman called Aisha Rabi in a stoning attack last October.
Bibi's biggest challenger came out of the shadows this week, Benny Gantz, giving the first hints on his campaign themes.
Benjamin Netanyahu attempted to convince the public to stick by him despite the corruption scandal hovering over the election campaign that is just beginning.
After a fortnight of frenzy, Israel's security officials relaxed on Sunday, when America slowed the timetable for its pullout from Syria.
Moshe Arens, one of Israel's best-known former defence ministers, was buried on Tuesday, and lauded for his lasting contribution to Israeli security.
Three Israeli families where in mourning this week, after a sharp spike in terror attacks in the West Bank that killed two soldiers and a baby.
An olah from Sydney has told The AJN of the precious moments with her great-grandson hours before terrorism claimed his life.
Israel has reacted to Australia's big announcement with a cold shoulder. Benjamin Netanyahu was silent on Australia's decision at his weekly cabinet meeting last week.
A NEWBORN baby is fighting for his life, after being delivered by caesarean section after his mother was shot in a terrorist attack.
Metulla – The attack tunnel that was meant to deliver Hezbollah terrorists from Lebanon to this tiny town has just been destroyed, and residents are breathing a collective sigh of relief.