Jewish Journal

Israeli soldier missing but presumed dead


12 hours ago

Missing Israeli soldier Oron Shaul. Handout photo via Reuters

An Israeli soldier is missing, the Israeli army confirmed, though it is widely presumed he is dead.

On Tuesday, more than a day after Hamas said it had kidnapped an Israeli soldier, the... read full article

  • Two more IDF soldiers killed in Gaza fighting

    by JTA

    13 hours ago

    Two more Israeli soldiers were killed in combat in Gaza, while another soldier presumed dead is missing.

    The two soldiers were killed on Monday afternoon, the Israel Defense Forces said in a statement, and the families were notified.

    The missing soldier is believed to have been...

  • Planeload of North American immigrants lands in Israel

    by JTA

    13 hours ago

    New immigrants from North America arrived in Israel equipped with instructions about what to do if there were a siren warning of an incoming rocket.

    The 228 olim, including 100 children making aliyah with their parents, landed Tuesday morning at Ben Gurion International Airport...

  • Kerry arrives in Cairo to press for Gaza cease-fire

    by Arshad Mohammed and Yasmine Saleh, Reuters

    1 day ago

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry began a diplomatic push on Monday to try to secure a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas but senior U.S. officials acknowledged this would be challenging.

    More than 500 people have died in the Gaza Strip fighting, the vast majority of them...

  • Israel blocks subpoena in terrorism case over Florida teen’s death

    by Jonathan Stempel, Reuters

    1 day ago

    Israel persuaded a U.S. judge not to require a key witness to testify in a case where Bank of China Ltd is accused of supporting terrorism by Palestinian militants, including the 2006 death of an American teenager in a suicide bombing.

    U.S. District Judge Shira Scheindlin in...

  • Slain Americans in Gaza among long line from U.S. to fight for Israel

    by Amanda Orr, Reuters

    1 day ago

    Three days before he was killed fighting for Israel in Gaza, American Nissim Sean Carmeli sprained his ankle, and a doctor asked the Texan if he wanted to heal before going into action.

    He refused, according to Maya Kadosh, Israel's deputy consul for the U.S. Southwest.


  • SodaStream fires Palestinian employees in Ramadan fast dispute

    by JTA

    1 day ago

    The SodaStream company reportedly fired 60 Palestinian employees from its West Bank plant over a dispute on breaking the Ramadan fast.

    The workers were fired earlier this month, the WAC-MAAN trade union representing the Palestinian workers told The Marker, a business newspaper...

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