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 U.S. President Joe Biden looks on as he meets with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S., June 17, 2024.

There are challenges in implementing Biden's plan for peace in Gaza, but still possible

By MARK LAVIE/THEMEDIALINE
 NEW CASUAL CLOTHES worn by staff at Abarbanel Mental Health Center.

Grapevine June 16, 2024: Musical chairs at the UN

Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest against the drafting of haredim to the IDF, in Jerusalem, June 2, 2024

Haredim can no longer avoid drafting into the IDF

 Former President Donald Trump walks to make comments to members of the media after being found guilty on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first degree at Manhattan Criminal Court, Thursday, May 30, 2024, in New York.

Donald Trump ‘can’t fix it’ when it comes to his campaign promises

 THE WRITER and US Rep. Mike Lawler, co-sponsor of the Antisemitism Awareness Act, pose after the legislation passed in the House of Representatives.

Anti-Israel demonstrators are not protesters, but bullies

By KAREN PAIKIN-BARALL
 PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu greets former hostage Noa Argamani and her father.

Grapevine June 13, 2024: Listen to your friends, Swedish ambassador urges Israel

 A PANEL of Diaspora education experts hold a discussion, chaired by the writer (far left), at last month’s Herzog College-Melton conference, dealing with ‘navigating challenges in Jewish values education in Israel and the Diaspora in the aftermath of October 7.’

Remote trauma: Jewish students worldwide respond to war in Israel

By HOWARD DEITCHER
 Marine Le Pen, member of parliament and president of the French far-right National Rally (Rassemblement National - RN) party parliamentary group, arrives to attend a meeting with French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, April 11, 2023.

The waves of the Right are remaining afloat in Europe

By SHIMON COHEN
 BENNY GANTZ holds a news conference, in which he announced his party’s pullout from the emergency government, in Ramat Gan.

Benny Gantz again in a political dilemma following resignation from gov't

 Arik Elman: Israel can no longer afford a foreign policy of a status quo nation.

A globalist status quo means Israel’s demise - opinion

By ARIK ELMAN
People take part in the Israel Day on Fifth event, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas in Gaza, in New York City, U.S., June 2, 2024.

‘Bring them home’ means different things to Israelis and American Jews

By ANDREW SILOW-CARROLL/JTA
 An American $100 dollar bill.

Leaving the US dollar behind, embracing digital currency

By DENIS KARLINSKIY
 PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu addresses a joint session of the US Congress in 2015. ‘I am currently experiencing déjà vu,’ says the writer.

Rumors concerning a prime minister's health impact national resilience

By Binyamin Bertz
 Jury members listen to readback of testimony as Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump attends his criminal trial over charges that he falsified business records to conceal money paid to silence porn star Stormy Daniels in 2016, at Manhattan state court in New York

The Jewish problem with Trump supporters saying his guilty verdict was ‘rigged’

By RABBI AVI SHAFRAN/JTA
 PROTESTERS BURN an Israeli and a US flag in Tehran, earlier this year. The Iranian cyber threat is especially troubling for the Jewish Diaspora, which Iran targets as part of its broader agenda, encapsulated in its chilling slogan: ‘Death to America, Death to Israel,’ says the writer.

Iran is a cybersecurity threat to the West, Jewish diaspora and Gulf states

 SASA SETTON educators are in action at an Israeli hospital. (SASA SeSASA SETTON educators are in action at an Israeli hospital.

October 7 wounds on Israeli children go beyond scars and bruises

By SONIA GOMES DE MESQUITA
 MEMBERS OF the Brothers in Arms movement protest outside the home of Transportation Minister Miri Regev, this past Monday, following a report of alleged corruption in her office.

Miri Regev allegations show that Likud has lost its way

By MORAN ZER KATZENSTEIN
 US SECRETARY of State Antony Blinken walks with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry as they attend a US-Arab meeting, also with the participation of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the UAE, and the Palestinian Authority, in Riyadh, last month. Uploaded on 29/5/2024

US offers conditional intelligence assistance to Israel during ongoing war with Hamas