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Fury Over NYC ‘Greedy Jews’ Campaign

A Democrat in New York City by the name of Thomas Lopez-Pierre is running for the city council, and he’s running on the notion that people in the 7th district are suffering because of Jewish landlords. Read more

Now Is Not The Time For The UN To Run From The Congo

The Democratic Republic of Congo will only have successful elections if the United Nations (UN) maintains its strong presence in the country. UN infrastructure and personnel are vital for a credible poll. Read more

Oil Company Sees Congo Output Accord After Tribunal Ruling

La Generale Petroliere du Congo, a family-owned exploration company, said it expects the Democratic Republic of Congo’s government to sign an oil production-sharing contract after a tribunal upheld its rights to blocks covering the length of Lake Tanganyika. Read more

Unit 8200

The Unit 8200. It was 39 years ago today when this unit, which serves as the backbone of the Israel Defense Forces’ signal intelligence and code decryption apparatus, failed in its mission. Since then, however, it has amassed considerable strength. Read more

Israeli Ex-Special Ops Commander Found Dead In Thailand

A former head of the Israeli Navy’s special operations unit died in Thailand this weekend after suffering an apparent heart attack while on vacation. Read more

Head of IDF’s New Cyber Division: It’s A World With No Rules

IDF’s new Cyber Division is starting to pick up the pace of its defense activities, against a silent and deadly threat that grows day by day, threatening to paralyze the Iron Dome air defense system, disrupt tanks’ and fighter planes’ computer systems, or even steal sensitive classified information. Read more

Big Brother Is Watching: How Israel Uses Big Data To Fight Terror

Israel’s security services have used the internet to thwart hundreds of potential terror attacks in less than a year, with the Shin Bet security service and Military Intelligence stopping 2,200 Palestinians at various stages of planning and preparing for attacks, mostly stabbings and car-rammings. Read more

The Questions That Duduzane Zuma Wouldn’t Answer

Some time towards the end of last year, the public protector conducted inquiries into accusations of state capture made against President Jacob Zuma, his son Duduzani Zuma and his business partners the three Indian Gupta brothers. Read more

Will Congo’s Next President Be Jewish?

Pinchas Eliyahu Sadai was born in Kinshasa, the capital of Democratic Republic of Congo, immigrated to Paris and then fell in love with Judaism. Read more

President Trump: ‘It’s Not Too Late’ To Fire Comey

President Trump on Wednesday asserted that he has “confidence” in FBI Director James Comey, but suggested it’s “not too late” to remove him from his post. Read more