The Eurovision's "unusual" message following threats to Israeli singer

The European Broadcasting Union issued an official statement that strongly condemned threats against Israeli singer Eden Golan: "We call on everyone to engage in a respectful and constructive dialogue," it read.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 10.04.24

Royal Bamboozle? 

Kate Middleton or her double? The video that's rattled social media

After a paparazzi video in which the Princess of Wales, Kate Middleton, was seen for the first time in weeks, conspiracies abound regarding its authenticity and Kate's real condition.

Michal Yoskovich, Jfeed Staff | 20.03.24


Israel's new Eurovision song, "Hurricane" to be revealed in special broadcast 

Although it has not yet been approved by the representatives of the European Union, the song "Hurricane" that Eden Golan is expected to perform on the Eurovision stage will be revealed in a festive broadcast this coming Sunday.

Eitan Divinsky, JFeed Staff | 07.03.24

Israel-Gaza War, Harvard, Ishay Ribo

Ishay Ribo to perform at Harvard amidst pro-Palestinian opposition at music hall

Israeli singer Ishay Ribo will be performing before Jewish students at Harvard University. Pro-Palestinian protestors are calling for its cancellation.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 27.02.24

Israel-Gaza War, Israel Prize

Education Minister: Israel Prize for 2024 to be given only for civic heroism and social solidarity

According to the minister's statement, the Israel Prize for other fields will be given in a separate ceremony next year.

Avi Woolf | 14.02.24

Netflix, Streaming, Advertisements

AP: Netflix Registers Continued Subscriber Growth in Fourth Quarter of 2023

The streaming giant has now registered three consecutive quarters of subscription growth, driven by low cost plans containing advertisements and crackdowns of multiple use of subscriptions.

Avi Woolf | 24.01.24

Three Musketeers, France

Castle of Real-Life Inspiration for D'artagnan Subject of Fierce Local Dispute

The castle of Charles de Batz de Castelmore, the real life inspiration for D'Artagnan of The Three Musketeers fame, is now caught between those who want it to be a museum and a CEO who wants it to be his second house.

Avi Woolf | 15.01.24

Idan Raichel Photo In Khan Yunis

Photo of Israeli Musician Found Inside Closet in Khan Yunis

During a raid on a house in Khan Yunis, a reserve soldier found a picture of the Israeli singer-songwriter and musician Idan Raichel inside one of the closets. | "What a crazy world."

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 15.01.24

Libraries, Internet

Are Physical Public Libraries Doomed? Singapore Might Have the Answer

FirstPost host Palki Sharma discusses the rapid global decline in library attendance, discussing the reasons for it and how it might still be possible to attract people back to the stacks.

Avi Woolf | 10.01.24

Israel - Gaza War, Idan Amedi

Good News: Improvement in the Condition of Idan Amedi

After the star singer, ‘Fauda’ actor Idan Amedi, who was drafted into the reserves, was seriously injured during the battles in Gaza, there has been an improvement in his condition in the last hours.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 09.01.24

Culture, Fantasy, Translation

Professor Emanuel Lotem, Beloved Israeli Translator of Tolkien and Herbert Dies at 80

Lotem translated over 400 works of fiction and non-fiction, including works by Tolkien, Herbert, Chrichton, and Stephen Hawking.

Avi Woolf | 07.01.24

Gomez: Next Album - Last

American Singer Retires: "The Next Album will be the Last"

The American singer and actress Selena Gomez announced that the next album she will release will probably also be her last, and that she prefers to focus on the world of acting and beauty.

| Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 04.01.24

Morissette Revealed: Jewish Roots

Canadian Singer Reveals: "I had no Idea how Jewish I was"

As part of a program that traces the roots of the biggest celebrities in the world, the Canadian singer Alanis Morissette reveals in depth about her family's Judaism and reveals that she discovered that her mother was Jewish only at a late age.

| Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 04.01.24

Return to the Stage

Using Artificial Intelligence: King of Rock and Roll Returns to the Stage

47 years after his death, the legendary singer Elvis Presley returns to perform on stage in a new show with the help of holographic artificial intelligence.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 04.01.24

Tetris, Video Games

Watch: 13-Year Old Boy Becomes First Ever Human Player to "Beat" Tetris

Willis Gibson, otherwise known as Blue Scuti, was the first Tetris player to reach what's known as the "kill screen" in Tetris, reaching a point in the game where the code starts to glitch or hit a dead end.

Avi Woolf | 04.01.24

Victims' Son Sings

"We Must Continue Playing": Daniel Sings Near the House of His Murdered Parents | Watch the Moving Performance

Against the background of the ruins of the home of his parents from Kibbutz Be'eri who were murdered in the Hamas attack, the singer Daniel Weiss in a moving performance of the song "We Must Continue Playing."

| JFeed Staff | 02.01.24

Ian Ziering Shares

Hollywood Star: "I would like to Celebrate My Children's Bar and Bat Mitzvah in Israel"

In a first glimpse of the new season of "Goalstar" starring him, the Hollywood star Ian Ziering shares that he would be happy to pass on the values ​​of Judaism to his children as well.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 01.01.24

New Film

In Shadow of the War: New Film About Massacre of Jews of Lisbon

In chilling timing with the Black Sabbath massacre, a new film is released which recreates the historical events that happened in Lisbon in 1506, in which thousands of Jews were murdered.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 01.01.24

Glasses Trends

Real Looker: Hot Trends of Glasses in 2024

You wear glasses and plan to buy a new pair soon? These are the leading trends in eyeglasses that will conquer the streets in the coming year.

| Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 01.01.24

Rights to Mickey Mouse

No Longer Theirs: Disney Loses the Rights to Mickey Mouse

After almost 100 years in which the Disney company fought for the rights to the well-known character of Mickey Mouse, the character of the human mouse will belong to everyone from 2024.

Rinat Kramer Jablinowitz, JFeed Staff | 31.12.23