All posts tagged Reuven Rivlin

IDF destroys Hezbollah terror tunnels

The IDF has launched an operation to strike a blow to Hezbollah’s tunnels – a vast underground network intended for attacking Israelis.

Israel shares Pittsburgh’s pain

Israel's Diaspora Minister flew to Pittsburgh hours after the deadly attack at the Tree of Life synagogue and told locals, "Our whole nation is feeling the pain you are feeling."

Rabin’s granddaughter calls for change

The Israeli government needs to change the atmosphere in Israel or there will be another political murder, Yitzhak Rabin's granddaughter Noa Rotman warned this week.

Israeli father fatally stabbed

Israel is in mourning after a young father was stabbed to death by a terrorist who is being hailed as a "martyr" by the Palestinian Authority.

Thumbs up for Israeli basketball

International history was made in Israeli basketball on July 22 when the Jewish State won the 2018 FIBA U20 Men's European Basketball Championships.

Nation-state law: for and against

The new nation-state law has come under fire both domestically and internationally, but the government in Jerusalem claims it is a pinnacle of Zionism.

Rivlin urges Prince to be ambassador for peace

Israel's president Reuven Rivlin went off-script in his meeting with Prince William, and tasked him with conveying a message of peace from Israel to the Palestinians.

Herzog takes helm of Jewish Agency

The Jewish Agency has selected Isaac Herzog, leader of Israel’s opposition, to take over as chairman from Natan Sharansky - a move Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was trying to block.

US Embassy move: ‘A great day for Israel’

After years of Israeli campaigning and complaining, the US moved its embassy to Jerusalem on Monday, in what Israel's President lauded as a "brave step".

Flash flood kills 10 Israelis

The smiling faces of 10 teenagers, cut off in their prime, dominated Israeli news this week. This time the killer wasn't terror, but a hike that went ahead despite flood warnings.