News Sparks: Israel expected to Vaccinate babies by April; Five Israelis Arrested, Accused of Spying for Iran
Israel expected to Vaccinate babies by April
Pfizer is in the process of conducting clinical trials to lower the approved age for its vaccine from five years to six months. So far no safety concerns have been found.
The company is currently testing the response to a regimen of three mini doses for children under five, after finding that a two-dose approach was too strong for children under 24 months of age.
Five Israelis Arrested, Accused of Spying for Iran
The Shin Bet security service has become aware of alleged acts of espionage in which 5 Israeli’s gave over sensitive information to an Iranian operative who went by the name of Rambod Namdar.
In exchange for thousands of dollars, the five suspects provided information about various security arrangements and photographs of strategically significant sites in Israel including the US Consulate in Tel Aviv.
They also attempted to form relationships with politicians presumably to gain more classified information.
The five suspects were indicted over the past month in the Jerusalem District Court.
Neo Nazi Leader Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison
Kaleb Cole, a 25-year-old Neo Nazi leader has been sentenced to seven years in prison. Atomwaffen Division, the group cole led, targeted Jewish people and journalists of color.
The Neo-Nazi leader was convicted of conspiracy, mailing threatening communications, and interfering with federally protected activity in September. Now, cole was sentenced to sit seven years behind bars, putting an end to his unacceptable behavior.
"Today the community and those Mr. Cole and his co-conspirators targeted stand up to say, 'hate has no place here,'" U.S. Attorney Nick Brown said.