China


Palestinian State, Fatah, Hamas
Palestinian unity? Factions agree to "reach general national unity" at Chinese conference 

14 Palestinian factions signed a statement aiming for national unity, though it remains unclear if this is a binding commitment or merely aspirational.

Avi Woolf | 22.07.24

China-Iran-Russian Alliance

Worrisome alliance? Iran, Russia, and China conduct another joint naval exercise

The three nations are back at it with a new naval drill in the Caspian Sea, simulating warship attacks. 

Avi Nachmani, JFeed Staff | 22.07.24

Hamas, Fatah

Hamas snubs reconciliation talks with rival Fatah in Beijing

Here's how Hamas surprised everyone by pulling out of Palestinian reconciliation efforts with Fatah.

Gila Isaacson | 22.07.24

Israel-Gaza War

Globes: Hamas using Chinese anti-tank missiles

A propaganda clip recently released by Hamas shows them using a Chinese guided anti-tank missile against IDF armored vehicles.

Avi Woolf | 30.06.24

Israel Gaza war, China-Hamas ties

China's 'surprising' role in the Israel-Hamas war

Recent evidence uncovers Chinas true role in the Israel war against Hamas in Gaza, with new secrets unveiled as to the nations involvement.

Eliana Fleming, JFeed Staff | 29.06.24

Ismail Haniyeh, Vladimir Putin

Hamas leader Haniyeh, Iran, Assad, and N. Korea congratulate Putin on election win 

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin on his victory, thanked him for his support, and called for strengthening the relationship between Hamas and Russia.

Chani Edri, JFeed Staff | 19.03.24

Transportation, Electric Vehicles

China beats out South Korea as Israel's biggest supplier of electric vehicles

Globes reports that though Israel has experienced a decline in car sales compared to last year, the share of electric vehicles being sold is now 24% compared to just 14% the previous year.

Avi Woolf | 10.03.24

Electric Vehicles, China

Chinese EV Sales Growing, But There Are Problems on the Horizon

Rising fuel prices, large inventories, and a glut of deliveries mean lots of deals on Chinese-made electric vehicles in Israel. But future problems may cloud this bright future.

Avi Woolf | 29.01.24

China, Economy

China Experiences Lowest Growth in Over Twenty Years, Excluding Pandemic Years

China's published GDP numbers show the lowest official growth rate since 1990, excluding the pandemic years. A shrinking population, real estate woes, and tensions with western countries have all contributed to a lack of confidence.

Avi Woolf | 17.01.24

Israel-Gaza War, Chinese-Israeli Relations

Despite a Decade of Growing Economic Ties, China Ramps Up Pro-Palestinian Rhetoric

Since the October 7 Massacre, China has not only refused to condemn Hamas in the UN but has even insisted on supporting the return of millions of Palestinian refugees into Israel, and thus its effective annihilation, at every opportunity.

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| Avi Woolf | 19.12.23

Earthquake in China

Over 100 Dead in an Earthquake in Central China

An earthquake of significant strength was felt in central China. In the country there are reports of damage to buildings and casualties under the rubble.

Yair Amar, JFeed Staff | 19.12.23

Israel-Gaza War

Hamas Senior Leader: October 7 Will Be Studied in Military Academies

In an interview he gave to Egyptian TV, Khaled Mashal took pride in the Simchat Torah Massacre, saying senior Russian figures told him the actions would be studied in military academies.

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| Yehuda Klein, JFeed Staff | 29.10.23

Intel's Acquisition Canceled

Due to China: Intel's billion-dollar acquisition has been canceled

Following the lack of approval for the massive $5.4 billion deal by the Chinese regulator until the transaction deadline, Intel's acquisition of the Israeli chip manufacturer, Tower, has been canceled

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 16.08.23

China Limits Screen Time for Youth

Are the children watching screens all day? In China, screen time is being limited

Instead of arguing with children about screen time, China has found a solution that aligns with the country's values: screen usage for teenagers will be limited to two hours a day, and younger children will be allowed only forty minutes a day

Yehuda Klein, Srugim News | 06.08.23