Arutz Sheva : News (297)

IAEA: Iran complying with nuclear deal

UN watchdog says Iran complying with nuclear deal it sealed with major world powers in 2015.

Israel willing to reconsider denial of visa to HRW

Foreign Ministry spokesman says Human Rights Watch can appeal Israel's decision not to issue a work visa to its staff.

White House blocks several media outlets from press briefing

White House blocks news outlets that have covered Trump negatively from spokesman's daily press briefing.

Yeshiva University alumni awarded Kohelet Prize

$36,000 prizes celebrate progression in Jewish education.

Trump: I like the two-state solution

Trump explains he likes the concept of a two-state solution but will be satisfied with what makes both parties happy.

Russia to veto UN resolution on Syria chemical weapons

Russia ready to veto draft resolution calling for sanctions against Syria over the use of chemical weapons on civilians.

Student who called to 'punch a Zionist' resigns

Student politician at McGill University in Montreal who tweeted a call to punch a Zionist' resigns.

Liberman: UNHRC 'the Council of Hatred of Israel'

Israeli politicians blast UNHRC over its criticism of the sentencing of soldier Elor Azariya.

Op-ed: Leftist quasi-Jews, stop lecturing Trump on anti-Semitism

Trump is exceptionally supportive of Jews and Israel Leftist Jews advance anti-Semites, while Orthodox Jews voted overwhelmingly for Trump.

'Dress up as Elor - win a family vacation'

Activist for Elor Azariya calls on parents to send pictures of their children dressed as Azariya on Purim in order to participate in raffle.

UN blasts Azariya sentence

A representative of the UN Human Rights Council criticizes the 18-month prison sentence of Elor Azariya as 'excessively lenient.'

'Judicial activism will become a rare event'

Former District Judge to Arutz Sheva about new High Court appointments: 'They won't oppose judicial activism, but will use it sparingly.'

G-d will defeat our enemies

It is important to point out that G-d will constantly defeat the enemies of Israel. Parshat Mishpatim could not be clearer on the subject.

UN blasts Azariya sentence

A representative of the UN Human Rights Council criticizes the 18-month prison sentence of Elor Azariya as 'too light.'

Following school closure, incitement education continues

Organization which glorifies murder of Israelis hosts conference for J'lem Arab schoolkids - a day after Hamas school in Jerusalem closed.

Suspect used young son to help carry out thefts

Man caught using 9-year-old son to help commit robberies.

Paris attack: 'The ugliest anti-Semitism is rearing its head'

Deputy Foreign Minister reacts to brutal attack against young Jews in Paris this week.

'New Supreme Court Judge biased against men'

Head of Family Research Institute says new Justice has history of punishing divorced men who want to be involved in raising their children.

Agudath Israel praises grant to fund guarding religious schools

US Orthodox Jewish group praises NY Governor's announcement of $25 million security grant for religious schools.

My 7 Children Are Hungry on Shabbos

Since being diagnosed with muscular dystrophy, I've been kept prisoner in my own home, unable to move on my own.

'The ugliest anti-Semitism is rearing its head'

Deputy Foreign Minister reacts to brutal attack against Jews in Paris this week.

Terrifying moment: Plane's landing gear collapses

Plane's landing gear breaks during touchdown in bad weather at Holland airport.

'New Supreme Court Judge is biased against men'

Head of Family Research Institute says new justice has history of punishing men who want to be involved in raising their children.

Agudath Israel praises grant to combat anti-Semitism

US Orthodox Jewish group praises NY Governor's announcement of $25 million security grant for religious schools.

Likud Minister: Don't get too excited about Court appointments

'To think that the appointments will drastically change the face of the Supreme Court is exaggerated.'

PM to Ministers: No leaks about Trump talk

New report finds that Netanyahu took extra steps to prevent leaks related to his talks with Trump over Judea and Samaria policy.

Israel to deny visas to anti-Israel NGO 'Human Rights Watch'

Foreign Ministry: 'Why give working visas to people whose only purpose is to attack us?'

A fashion show - also in the haredi world

Haredi models on fashion runways? Haredi fashion show in Jerusalem makes it possible.

Abbas blames Israel for talks impasse

Visiting Lebanon, PA chairman claims he is extending his hand for peace but Israel refuses talks.

India approves purchase of Israeli missile system

India's Prime Minister approves $2.5 billion purchase of Israeli-made Barak 8 anti-aircraft missile system.

Polish official charged over demolition of former Jewish school

Polish conservator facing prison term for allowing the demolition of former Jewish school building in central Poland.

Student leader who called to 'punch a Zionist' not impeached

Arts Undergraduate Society at McGill University votes not to impeach student union leader for punch a Zionist today' tweet.

Venezuelan president meets Jewish leaders to build cooperation

President Nicolas Maduro welcomes Jewish leaders at the governmental palace to strengthen cooperation.

The covenant of the righteous

Discover how the nations can also enter into a covenant relationship with HaShem.

White supremacist booted out of conservative conference

Alt-right leader Richard Spencer kicked out of Conservative Political Action Conference.

PA accuses Israel of 'terrorism' against schools

PA blasts as terrorism' Israel's decision to close Hamas-affiliated elementary school in Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem marathons revel in 'healthy competition'

Tel Aviv to stage its annual marathon on Friday. Jerusalem will follow three weeks later.

New York unveils grant to combat anti-Semitism

New York state takes steps to combat spike in anti-Semitism and hate crimes.

Yiddish-Cuban opera to premiere in Havana

Opera based on 86-year-old Yiddish poem will have its premiere in Havana next month.

Security Council to vote on Syria sanctions

Security Council likely to vote on resolution sanctioning Syrian officials over chemical weapons attacks as early as next week.

Bomb threat forces evacuation of New Orleans JCC

Bomb threat forces evacuation of the New Orleans Jewish Community Center.

What did Netanyahu obtain from the US government?

Listen to the weekly summary of what is happening behind the scenes in American politics.

Arizona Jewish teacher resigns over anti-immigrant tweets

Teacher at Jewish day school in Scottsdale resigns over Twitter posts in which she said that immigrants should be shot.

'Trump should be better informed about what goes on here'

Sweden's Justice and Migration Minister fires back at Trump's comments about his country's crime rate.

Brooklyn matzah bakery damaged in fire

Matzah bakery in Brooklyn heavily damaged in a two-alarm fire.

Jewish-American journalist Alan Colmes dies at 66

Alan Colmes, a liberal voice on Fox News, passes away after brief illness.

Trump wants to build up nuclear arsenal

Trump says he'd like to see "nobody have nukes" but until that happens, the U.S. can't fall behind the pack.

Are you prepared for the next market crash?

What should your financial planning priorities be?

Jewish man's finger sawed off in Paris attack

Jewish brothers attacked and beaten in suburban Paris. Assailants saw off one brother's finger.

Hamas politician and UNRWA employee?

UNRWA workers leader and school director reportedly elected to Hamas political bureau.