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Monday, July 16, 2018
Israel strikes Hamas cell launching arson kites during Gaza ceasefire
By TOI staff
Palestinians say one injured by drone strike in Beit Hanoun area; Netanyahu and Liberman vow zero tolerance to ongoing, cross-border arson attacks
Israeli leaders vow Hamas will ‘pay heavy price’ if Gaza violence continues
By TOI staff
IDF says it leveled Hamas training facility sitting on tunnel network
By Judah Ari Gross and TOI staff
After flareup, IDF launches drill reportedly simulating capture of Gaza City
By Judah Ari Gross
IDF gives all-clear to southern residents as Gaza ceasefire appears to hold
By Judah Ari Gross
Military calls off limitation on large gatherings near Gaza border, requirement to be near bomb shelter, following flareup in which 200 rockets and mortar shells fired at south
Bennett slams ceasefire with Hamas as ‘serious mistake’
By Raoul Wootliff
IDF: Over 174 mortar shells, rockets fired at Israel on Saturday
By Judah Ari Gross and TOI staff
Hamas says Gaza ceasefire reached after international mediation
By TOI staff
Controversial ‘segregation’ clause dropped from Jewish nation-state bill
By Raoul Wootliff
Sanctioning of Jewish-only communities struck out in favor of more generic clause that urges 'the development of Jewish settlement' as 'a national value'
Thousands protest nation-state bill sanctioning segregated housing
By Raoul Wootliff
Palestinian killed in mysterious Gaza blast identified as head of rocket unit
By Adam Rasgon and TOI staff
Ahmad Husan, killed along with son in so-called 'work accident,' headed missile division for al-Aqsa Martyr's Brigades offshoot, according to Palestinian report
Sderot man says family had no warning before rocket hit their home
By TOI staff
Three Israelis wounded as rockets from Gaza hit house, synagogue in Sderot
By TOI staff
Iron Dome downs one of two rockets fired from Gaza in second night of unrest
By TOI staff
Israel has Iran on the brain, and all the kites in Gaza won’t change that
Realpolitik dictates that threats from Syria trump Hamas, leaving Israelis and Palestinians on both sides of the border little hope for change beyond the cycles of flareups
Syrian regime shells rebels with intense fire near Israeli border
Syria rebels begin evacuating ‘cradle’ of uprising in Daraa
By Mohamad Abazeed
Israel media review / A Gazan knot: 9 things to know for July 15
By Joshua Davidovich
Israeli handheld ultrasound could revolutionize keeping tabs on breast cancer
By Ariella Gentin
Device is brainchild of a former biomedical scientist at NASA, Yehudit Abrams, an ultra-Orthodox Jew now living in Jerusalem
Launching in English, chapter-a-day project looks to bring Bible back to masses
By David Sedley
Live updates (closed)
Ministers said to complain of media coverage of Gaza border fires
By TOI staff
'Media reports are overblown,' Netanyahu alleged to say in cabinet meeting, adding, 'the media is presenting things in a warped way'
Abbas criticized for World Cup visit amid Gaza clashes
By Adam Rasgon
Mirroring critique of Netanyahu for similar visit, Palestinian commentators take PA president to task for plans to watch soccer match during ongoing violent clashes
Putin hosts Abbas in Moscow, days after Netanyahu visit
Netanyahu and Trump discuss Syria ahead of Putin summit
By TOI staff
US and Israel share concerns about Iran’s growing military presence in Syria; PM says US president remains committed to Israel's security
Trump: No one can beat me in 2020 election
By TOI staff and AP
Trump’s remarks about Europe’s migrants draw charges of racism
By Jesse J. Holland and Russell Contreras
Top Ops
Dave Harden
Gaza 2.0
A better economy is not enough, but it may stop the current cycle of violence, destruction, and despair
Bracha Goldstein
Running for your life is hard to forget
4 years ago, I ran with my children for the bomb shelter; I am terrified that we may need to again
Under neo-Nazi and jihadist bullying, Swedish Jewish communities are shuttering
By Cnaan Liphshiz
More Headlines
Parents of Hebron shooter berate ex-defense minister at synagogue
By TOI staff
Pop singer Kobi Peretz released from prison after sentence halved
By TOI staff
Supreme Court okays release of suspected accomplice in Duma firebombing
By Jacob Magid
British journalist accused of beating Jewish anti-Corbyn protester
By Cnaan Liphshiz
Law clamping down on Facebook ‘incitement’ okayed for final vote
By Raoul Wootliff and TOI staff
From the web / Uber rival Gett is said to mull sale of ride-share startup Juno
Need tefillin? There’s an app for that
By Cnaan Liphshiz
Israel shutters PA-backed conference in East Jerusalem, top businessman arrested
By TOI staff
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