Try BlazeTV for Free
Contributors

Deadline for President Trump's decision to move US Embassy to Jerusalem is today

A picture taken on January 20, 2017 shows the exterior of the US Embassy building in the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv, coinciding with the inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. Outgoing US President Barack Obama warned his successor against any "sudden, unilateral moves" on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in an apparent reference to his plan to move the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. / AFP / JACK GUEZ (Photo credit should read JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Here are the latest headlines from Israel:

Fresh clashes in West Bank turn violent

A Palestinian man was shot and killed by an Israeli guard, who says he acted in self-defense when Palestinians allegedly attacked a group of Israeli hikers.

Trump still undecided on U.S. Embassy move

Today is President Trump’s final deadline on whether to officially move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem or sign the waiver that keeps it in Tel Aviv for another six months.

Controversial bill pulled before final vote

The controversial recommendations bill, which would block police from suggesting criminal indictments to the attorney general, has been nixed from today’s final vote.

 Poland Investigates ‘Naked Tag’ in death camp

A disturbing video has surfaced in Poland, showing a group of men and women playing a game of naked tag in a small chamber, which was the gas chamber of the Stutthof Concentration Camp.

Nazi Sympathizer raises nearly $10k on ‘Goyfundme’

The New York Times is under fire for painting a rather gentle portrait of a Neo-Nazi, but now that the man and his wife have been fired from their jobs and forced to move cities, white Supremacists are apparently sympathetic to their situation.

Join the Israeli battle against hunger & poverty

Goldie Sternbuch, director of Overseas Relations for Meir Panim speaking at ILTV studio about how over 10 percent of Israelis face significant food security, meaning their financial distress causes their families to frequently lack food.

Nazi-hunting video game kept from Israeli market

Israeli gamers and non-gamers alike are outraged over the fact that a video game, in which the player hunts down Nazis, has been blocked from the Israeli market.

First Jewish ‘Miss Germany’ apparently not first

Organizers of Germany’s biggest beauty competition thought this year’s candidate might be the first-ever Jewish ‘Miss Germany’, but as it turns out, there actually was already a Jewish ‘Miss Germany.’

Decrypting cryptocurrencies

Uriel Peled, Co-Founder of Cointree Capital speaking at ILTV Studio about Cryptocurrency and why we may want to invest in it.

Pups galore!

Six celebrity pups have just been treated to their very own ‘Doggy Vacay’ here in the holy land, after winning a contest on social media.

Israeli Patrolman saves wedding

An Israeli bride and groom were on the way to their wedding, and their car broke down, the worst nightmare was saved when a highway Patrolman swooped in, and personally raced them to the altar himself.

  1. Jerusalem dance week takes off no matter whatThe Jerusalem International dance week has officially begun, and it looks like it's coming with some creative constraints from the government
  2. Hebrew word Of The Day: CHAYAT MACHMAD | חיית מחמד = PETLearn a New Hebrew word every day. Today’s word is "Chayat Machmad" which means "Pet"
  3. The Weather Forecast

Tonight will be clear and dry with a slight rise in temperatures to a minimum of fifty-eight or fourteen degrees Celsius. Tomorrow is expected to be partly cloudy and with a drop in temperatures the high is supposed to sit around seventy-four or twenty-three degrees Celsius.

Listen to more episodes of “ZION News” on-demand at TheBlaze Contributors.

One last thing…
Watch TheBlaze live and on demand on any device, anywhere, anytime.
try premium
Exclusive video
All Videos
Watch BlazeTV on your favorite device, anytime, anywhere.
Try BlazeTV for Free
Recommended
Daily News Highlights

Get the news that matters most delivered directly to your inbox.