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Putin's war in Ukraine backfires as Sweden, Finland apply for NATO membership

Finland and Sweden's NATO membership applications are a major geopolitical blow to Vladimir Putin as the Russian leader's military struggles in Ukraine.

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Ukrainian Holocaust survivors are being helped to flee Putin's army by a US-based charity

Israel has taken in almost 300 Holocaust survivors from Ukraine. Among them is 100-year-old Dova Govergeviz (pictured), who is now in an Israeli care home.

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Putin's Ukraine War Disaster: 873 Tanks Destroyed, 21,800 Dead Soliders

Estimates from Ukraine and NATO intelligence officials repeatedly differ from the figures infrequently offered by the Kremlin.

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New tanks and artillery bolster Ukraine’s hopes of defeating Russia

Ukraine now has more tanks on the ground than Russia, according to the Pentagon

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Russian buildup in eastern Ukraine seen in satellite photos

Russia's intensifying focus on eastern and southern Ukraine is visible in satellite imagery.

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Israel Helps Seven-Year-Old Ukrainian Boy Evacuate for Eyesight-Saving Treatment at Tel Aviv Hospital

People fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine stand in line at the border crossing, waiting for entry into Poland, in …

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As Ukraine Pummels Russians With Javelin Missiles, Can Production Keep Pace With Demand?

The delivery of thousands of Javelin missiles, as well as Stingers, to Ukraine has raised questions about production capacity.

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The endless ignorance of tying Ukraine needs to Israel’s Iron Dome

Israel couldn’t supply Iron Dome to Ukraine, because Israel has never supplied the system abroad, except to the US.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

As Russia Plots Its Next Move, an AI Listens to the Chatter

With vast amounts of data becoming available to intelligence analysts, new tools will help them sift and interpret it all—but they will introduce new risks, too.

News | Israel Around The World

‘Being Here Is Part of Our DNA’: Israelis Treat Refugees at Ukraine Field Hospital as War Enters Fifth Week

Doctors at Israel’s ‘Kochav Meir’ field hospital in western Ukraine check patient x-rays against the morning daylight. Photo: Naama Frank …

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After AP Story, Bnei Brak Slaughter Kills Palestine-Ukraine Analogy

Within hours of an AP report giving favorable coverage to the proponents of the false Palestine-Ukraine analogy, the slaughter of two peaceful Ukrainians by

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The Russia - Ukraine War of 2022: The End of the Beginning?

The first major steps towards ending the 2022 Russia - Ukraine War came into focus on when both sides emerged from the negotiating table.

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: History Should Be Our Guide in Ukraine

There are several historical referents we should keep in mind about the Ukraine war. First, no-fly zones. Lots of Westerners are calling for NATO aircraft to…

Politics | Opinion

The Lesson of Ukraine

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, France’s President Emmanuel Macron and US President Joe Biden talk as they arrive at NATO …

Politics | Politics

Putin Doesn’t Realize How Much Warfare Has Changed

The Russian president’s obsession with World War II is hindering his invasion of Ukraine.

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Ukraine's Nazi problem is real, even if Putin's 'denazification' claim isn't

Russia-Ukraine conflict: Vladimir Putin’s ‘denazification’ claim for war is a lie. But Ukraine has a neo-Nazi problem.

Politics | Opinion

Ukraine: What Is in America’s Interest?

As a result of the Russian invasion and partial destruction of Ukraine, the question "What is in America's interest?" is the question of the day. Specifically…

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Victor Davis Hanson: 10 Realities of Ukraine

One. Reassuring an enemy what one will not do ensures that the enemy will do just that and more. Unpredictability and occasional enigmatic silence bolster…

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Israel & Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: The False Narrative of Israeli Neutrality

The pernicious message that Israel is neutral or silent in this war just because it doesn’t sound the same as the U.S. is simply false.

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Kyiv's mayor learns from the IDF how to defend Ukraine

UKRAINIAN AFFAIRS: In an interview with The Jerusalem Post, Mayor Vitali Klitschko discussed his admiration for Israel and the IDF.

Politics | Opinion

Russia's War in Ukraine Is Now Officially a Disaster for Putin

Russian forces are battering Ukrainian cities in an attempt to force Ukraine into giving up and surrendering. That strategy is falling apart.

Politics | Opinion

The Winner in Ukraine Won't Be Russia or America. It Will Be China. - Tablet Magazine

A seat at the European table won't be too much to ask for the man who saves Europe from nuclear war

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Fox News journalist Benjamin Hall wounded in Ukraine

Fox News journalist Benjamin Hall was reporting outside of Kyiv, Ukraine when he was hurt, said Fox CEO Suzanne Scott in a statement.

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How Russia's Invasion of Ukraine is Fueling Holocaust Distortion

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the dire humanitarian crisis that it is causing has been the top story globally for the past two weeks. Prominent news

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Ukraine Trusts in Israeli Mediation, Denies Bennett Advised Caving to Russia

Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett attends a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, November 21, 2021. Photo: Abir Sultan Pool via REUTERS …

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Elon Musk's SpaceX sends more Starlink terminals, power supplies to Ukraine

SpaceX has been building out Ukrainian capability for weeks amid an invasion by Russia.

Politics | Politics

Russia Seeks to Seize Assets Left Behind by Foreign Companies Leaving

A Russian bill would allow the Kremlin to nationalize the assets of foreign-owned businesses that leave the country.

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The Race to Rescue Ukraine’s Power Grid From Russia

In late February, Ukraine began a long-planned 72-hour test to unhook its electricity grid from Russia’s. Then the invasion started.

Politics | Politics

US leaders predicted Kyiv's swift fall after Russian invasion. Why were they so wrong?

As Russia massed a large military presence on its border with Ukraine weeks before launching its invasion, Western intelligence officials were concerned the capital city of Kyiv could fall in a matter of days amid a Russian assault.

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Russia’s Invasion Is a Wake-Up Call for Israel and the West

Destroyed Russian tanks are seen, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in the Sumy region, Ukraine, March 7, 2022. Irina Rybakova/Press …

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‘Another Jewish Community Ceases to Exist’: Ukrainian Chief Rabbi Condemns Russian Advance, Attacks on Civilians

Elderly Jews departing the Ukrainian city of Bila Tserkva in the face of a Russian onslaught. Photo: Screenshot One of …

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How the Letter 'Z' Fits Into the History of Russian Propaganda Efforts

The letter Z has become an emblem of support for the Russian invasion, but it's just the latest use of symbols to bolster the country's propaganda efforts.

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Pentagon Shoots Down Polish Plan to Transfer MiG-29s to Ukraine

The Pentagon on Tuesday evening shot down a Polish proposal to transfer their MiG-29 fighter aircraft to Ukraine.

Politics | Op-Ed

Victor Davis Hanson: Vladimir Putin, the Latest of the Failed Irredentists

Irredentism—the romance of reclaiming “unredeemed” old lands—is a symptom of messianic presidents and premiers, and national paranoia and insecurity.

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Ukraine rejects Russian cease-fire offer of humanitarian corridors to Russia, Belarus

Ukraine dismissed Russian promises to let civilians flee its assault on Kyiv and other major cities Monday after Moscow offered humanitarian corridors that led to Russia and Belarus

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Ukraine military turns volunteers away as 140K Ukrainians come home to fight Russia

Although 1.5 million Ukrainians have fled the country amid the Russian invasion, more than 100,000 Ukrainians and others have flocked to Ukraine in order to fight Russian President Vladimir Putin's forces, according to Ukraine Defense Minister Oleksiy Rez

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Israel's Foreign Ministry to boost aid to Ukraine, including generators for hospital

Staff to provide assistance to Jewish and non-Jewish refugees at border crossings; officials believe around 2,000 Israelis remain in Ukraine more than a week into war

Politics | Malfeasance

Biden Strong Arms Democrats To Vote Against Russia Oil Ban – PJ Media

Joe Biden has been bragging how tough he is on Russia following Putin beginning a war of aggression in Ukraine.

Politics | Politics

Revealed: The Real Reason That Deal to Send Fighter Jets to Ukraine Fell Through

A lot of what we are seeing is a front.

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Young Ukrainian volunteer killed after delivering food to dog shelter

Anastasiia Yalanskaya was one of three volunteers delivering the food to Bucha, about 18 miles outside the Ukrainian capitol. All three were killed, according to a news report.

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Ukraine still has 'significant majority' of its military aircraft -U.S. official

Ukraine still has a "significant majority" of its military aircraft available nine days after Russian forces started their invasion of the country, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.

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New poll finds 74% of Americans want a NATO-led no-fly zone over Ukraine

A new Reuters/Ipsos poll found that 74% of Americans want “NATO to “set up ‘no-fly zones’ to protect Ukraine from Russian air strikes”

Politics | Opinion

The lessons for Israel from Russia’s war on Ukraine

Self-reliance is the key to security. Israelis must understand that they should avoid being put in a position where, like the Ukrainians, they must rely on fickle international sympathy.

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Ukraine nuclear reactors being safely shut down - U.S. energy official

U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said on Thursday the reactors at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station "are protected by robust containment structures and reactors are being safely shut down".

History | History

Why Russia Can't Seem to Win in Ukraine: Study the Winter War of 1939

The Winter War, forgotten by many as an appetizer to World War II, has many similarities to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

News | Israel Around The World

Israel preparing a field hospital for Ukraine, Health Minister says

The Israeli field hospital will be managed entirely by the Health Ministry and not by the IDF Medical Corps.

Politics | Politics

Jen Psaki Notices an Interesting Pattern About Putin's Invasions

During an interview with CNN Wednesday morning, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was asked about President Vladimir Putin's ongoing assault on Ukraine, where he is targeting civilians, media outlets

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‘Get Out of Ukraine, You B*stard’: Holocaust Survivor in Kyiv Sends Defiant Message to Putin

Sitting in front of Ukrainian and Israeli flags, Tamara Oleksiivna (r) and Valentyna Romanova (l) told Russian President Vladimir Putin …

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Five reasons why Russian forces are struggling in Ukraine

Six days into a multi-pronged attack on Ukraine, Russian forces have failed to claim any major cities and have reportedly suffered heavy

Politics | Politics

Is This World War III? › American Greatness

We don’t need to dwell on the question of who is at fault for the war. Suffice to say, if you voted for Joe Biden, or called the theft of the 2020 election a…

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‘A Moment Of Truth For Europe’: European Parliament Greenlights Ukraine Bid To Join EU

The European Parliament voted on Tuesday to accept Ukraine’s application to join the European Union (EU) after Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky gave a passionate speech before the body.

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Six Americans Volunteer To Fight For Ukraine, Take Up Zelensky’s Offer

A team of 10 special forces veterans, including six Americans, is taking up Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on his offer to join in the military battle against Russia, according to a new report.

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Zelenskyy's powerful speech moves translator to tears

A German interpreter responsible for translating Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s speech on live TV Saturday evening was so moved by its contents that she abruptly stopped before she broke down into tears, she said.

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WATCH: Russian Helicopter Gets Blown out of the Sky, Illustrates Putin's Big Issue

As Ukrainian resolve hardens, things get a lot more complicated for the Russians.

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What are thermobaric weapons and how do they work?

The ‘vacuum bomb’, which Ukraine says the Russians have used in the invasion, ignites a fireball that sucks in all surrounding oxygen

Politics | Politics

Is All Not Well With Putin’s Health?

Washington — I hate Vladimir Putin! I would put him in a category with Fidel Castro, Adolf Hitler, and his...

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Ukraine’s Hero President Z. - Tablet Magazine

The funnyman who became a warrior and founded a new Europe

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‘Right Side of History’: Israel to Back UN Resolution Condemning Kremlin for Ukraine Invasion

The turret of a destroyed tank is seen on the roadside in Kharkiv, Ukraine February 26, 2022. REUTERS/Vyacheslav Madiyevskyy Foreign …

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Ukraine Ambassador: Dead Russian Soldier Said Commander Deceived Military Before Invasion

A Russian soldier in a text sent moments before his death allegedly expressed doubts about the war in Ukraine and suggested that his commanding officer lied to him about his mission.

Sports | Sports

Sports world leads Russia boycotts after Ukraine invasion

The sports world leads Russia boycotts after Ukraine invasion.

Politics | Politics

Victor Davis Hanson: The Crowded Road to Kyiv

One of the oddest commentaries about the Russian invasion of Ukraine is the boilerplate reaction that “borders can’t change in modern Europe” or “this does not…

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Belarus could join Russian invasion of Ukraine: LIVE UPDATES

Belarus may join the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which entered its fifth day on Monday. Fighting in the streets has engulfed Ukraine's second-largest city, Kharkiv, and Russian troops are encircling Ukraine's capital city, Kyiv.

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‘We Need a Miracle’: Jews of Ukraine Pray for Peace as Invasion Continues

Chabad rabbis are providing material aid and spiritual comfort wherever possible

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Israel helped Lebanese, Syrian citizens reach Ukraine border

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett: Israel sending 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Ukraine

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Israeli medical delegation prepares to assist Ukrainian refugees at Moldovan border

A medical mission to Ukraine was organized by United Hatzalah and consists of a team of 15 medical professionals

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Actions by the 'Ukraine Tank Man' Echo 1989 Tiananmen Square

As Red Army tanks rolled down the streets and gunfire could be heard in the distance, a lone protester walked calmly in front of a brigade of tanks.

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Elon Musk Comes To The Rescue After Ukraine Government Pleads For His Help

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk said late on Saturday that SpaceX’s Starlink satellite broadband service was now available in Ukraine with more terminals en route to the country.

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Russian tank maliciously crushes civilian car with driver inside

Harrowing footage shows a Russian tank flattening a passenger car on the outskirts of Ukraine’s capital — with a civilian inside who appeared to miraculously survive.

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NATO Takes Unprecedented Action To Respond To Russia: Putin’s ‘Objectives Not Limited To Ukraine’

NATO activated the NATO Response Force for the first time ever on Friday in response to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion into Ukraine, which many critics have said is a result of weakness from Democrat President Joe Biden.

Politics | POLITICS

Biden's Appeasement of Putin Was Years in Making

Trump's foreign policy was successful. Biden's appeasement of Russia and of Putin, on the other hand, has been a 15-year project.

Politics | POLITICS

Kyiv Bombarded by Rockets Overnight, Reports of Fighting In Suburbs

The Ukrainian capital of Kyiv was hit by rocket strikes overnight, with reports of fighting in its suburbs on Friday morning.

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Zelensky Appears To Take Shot At Biden: ‘The World’s Most Powerful Forces Are Watching From Afar’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky appeared to take a shot at Democrat President Joe Biden for not doing more to assist Ukraine as it fought back an invasion from Russia.

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‘We Will Defend Ukraine’: Hasidic Jews in Historic City of Uman Aiding Ukrainian Armed Forces Against Russian Invasion

(Illustrative) Russian soldiers and military hardware crossing the border into Ukraine. Photo: Reuters/Sergei Malgavko The Jewish community in the historic …

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Defiant Ukrainian border guards killed after telling Russian warship to ‘go f–k yourself’

Ukrainian border guards defending a Black Sea island defiantly told an invading Russian warship to "go f--k yourself" when asked to surrender and were killed when the it opened fire.

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Massive Explosion Rocks Ukraine’s Capital City Of Kyiv

A massive explosion rocked Ukraine’s capital city of Kyiv during the early morning hours on Friday as numerous videos posted to social media showed a large fire ball falling onto the city.