Ukraine-Russia War

Ukraine-Russia War

Will Amnesty condemn Islamic Jihad’s tactics as it did Ukraine? -opinion

Armed forces are obligated to protect civilians from the effects of military operations and give these individuals effective warnings of their attacks, Amnesty emphasized.

UN nuclear watchdog warns on Ukraine plant; Russia shells several towns

The fighting over Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in the south, occupied by Russia, has raised fears of disaster. * Clashes continue in south, east.


Russia releases statement condemning Israeli airstrikes in Gaza

Russia, who have been engaged in what they have dubbed a "special military operation" in Ukraine since February, called for both sides to show "maximum restraint."

Head of Amnesty's Ukraine office quits after group accuses Kyiv

Pokalchuk said Amnesty unwittingly "created material that sounded like support for Russian narratives of the invasion."


A kosher home for Jewish-Ukrainian refugees in Hungary

Ukrainian Jewish refugees find a home at the lakeside resort Balatonoszod, once home to an infamous Hungarian political scandal.


Israeli experts help train others to treat trauma from war - opinion

Metiv reached out to Ukrainian psychotherapists, psychologists and psychiatrists, offering the opportunity for sponsored participation in a Jerusalem-based course focused on war-related trauma.

Tisha Be’av and the war in Ukraine - is there a connection? - opinion

When we see entire ethnic groups and minorities being discriminated against, we must take action. This is one of the important lessons of Tisha Be’av.

Unexpected inflation crisis warrants alarm, but not hysteria

MIDDLE ISRAEL: Israeli inflation has crossed 4%, reflecting rising global prices of both finished goods and raw materials. This doesn’t mean price rises should be accepted fatalistically.

Moscow, Kyiv exchange accusations after Ukrainian nuclear plant shelled

The nearby city of Enerhodar and the nuclear plant were seized by invading Russian troops in early March, and are still close to the frontline.


UK: Online antisemitism falls dramatically, but in-person hate rises -report

With COVID-19 restrictions removed, antisemitism has been unleased from the Internet back into Britain's streets. 

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