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Wednesday, December 20, 2017
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General Assembly vote
'We don't expect those we've helped to target us'
US says it’ll be ‘taking names’ of countries that oppose Jerusalem move at UN
Nikki Haley slams emergency meeting of 193-nation assembly 'criticizing our choice,' threatens repercussions for those 'who vote against us'
Israeli diplomats gird for UN General Assembly vote on Jerusalem
Saudi King tells Abbas he supports East Jerusalem as Palestinian capital
After #MeToo, some congregations weigh changing their tune on Shlomo Carlebach
The wave of sexual misconduct accusations toppling dozens of icons has reignited the conversation about the complicated legacy of the 'singing rabbi'
Probed for corruption, Netanyahu’s coalition whip quits post
Likud MK David Bitan will stay in the Knesset, says he doesn't want his investigation to 'hamper the work of the coalition'
Netanyahu: If police recommend charges against me — so what?
Police minister uneasy with Netanyahu speech knocking law enforcement
Netanyahu heckled at Bible quiz over arms sales to rights abusers
Live updates (closed)
PM: First task for new coalition whip will be passing Jewish state law
Netanyahu says proposal will be 'one of the most important laws to enter the history pages of the State of Israel'
German man arrested for planning car-ramming attack for IS
Bitan's attorney says he'll be grilled 3 times next week
GOP tax bill clears Congress in triumph for Trump
In world first, Israeli undergoes surgery to regrow a bone
Patient Danny has fat cells removed, grown in lab and injected back into his leg, in groundbreaking procedure hailed by doctors as 'science fiction'
As far-right Austrian party attempts to shed Nazi past, a dilemma for Israel
The Foreign Ministry on Monday issued a carefully worded statement about Israel’s engagement with the new Austrian coalition government, in which the far-right Freedom Party is a senior partner. The government in Jerusalem will maintain “direct contact” with Chancellor Sebastian Kurz but will carry out “a professional review regarding the manner in which Israel will...
Austrian far-right leader hopes to overturn Israeli ban
Rise of far-right raises fears Austria hasn’t learned from Nazi past
Kenya Jewish leader with valid visa denied entry to Israel, deported
Yehudah Kimani was invited by Conservative yeshiva; Interior Ministry says he failed to disclose earlier visa request had been denied
Aryeh Ben David
Why I’m OK with my sons’ disobedience
I'd wanted to raise strong, independent kids who'd make their own decisions... to be religious in the same way that I am
Let us eat cake! How I cope at Teva
I am one of 1,750 employees who'll be directly affected by the pharmaceutical giant's layoffs
Yedidia Z. Stern
A new bill puts Haredi higher education at risk
The current cautious approach to gender segregation on campus is in jeopardy
We make our own miracles
The Maccabees sighed, rolled up their sleeves, and got to work as a community -- which earned them God's blessing
Hundreds of Palestinians riot in fresh ‘day of rage’ over Jerusalem
Army says troops employed nonlethal riot dispersal methods at Qalandiya checkpoint clash; Red Crescent says one Palestinian was injured by live fire
Abbas sends envoys to China, Russia to seek replacement for US in peace process
In NY, pilot who announced ‘Jerusalem, Palestine’ disses Trump
Trump strategy paper has good and less good news for Israel, but may not matter
IDF arrests another Palestinian woman for hitting soldiers in video
Judah Ari Gross
Nour Tamimi joins her cousin, Ahed, in custody for 'assault and incitement'; Israeli troops clash with Palestinians while escorting worshipers to Nablus holy site
East Jerusalem man sentenced to 15 years for 2016 terror attack
As Christmas nears in Bethlehem, Trump’s Jerusalem shift looms large
The Sulzberger family: A complicated Jewish legacy at The New York Times
Mother, 3 children killed in NY Hanukkah house fire buried in Israel
Citing his ‘right to life,’ ex-Auschwitz accountant fights jail sentence
Attorney General opposes Jewish Home party move to weaken High Court — report
Teva rejects Netanyahu’s request to keep Jerusalem plants open
North Korea testing biological warheads for its missiles — report
US federal judge Kozinski retires amid investigation of sexual harassment claims
Six-week-old baby dies after being hit by falling table
Hands-on education as Israeli teens excavate 1,500-year-old Byzantine church
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