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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Fuming at US, Abbas calls ambassador a ‘son of a dog, settler’
By TOI staff
Friedman shoots back that PA president's unprecedented attack could be a form of anti-Semitism
After Abbas rips US envoy as son of dog, PM says Palestinians losing their cool
By Michael Bachner and TOI staff
Israel media review / Who’s not a very good boy? 10 things to know for March 20
By Joshua Davidovich
Burning all bridges, Abbas sets himself up for complete isolation
PA chief thinks Palestinians have nothing to lose in confrontation with a US administration that, he feels, has endorsed Israel's positions. But it's not only the US he's taking on
US slams Abbas over ‘outrageous’ insult of its Israel envoy
By Raphael Ahren
Hamas slams Abbas for threatening sanctions on Gaza
By Khaled Abu Toameh
Chief rabbi calls black people ‘monkeys’
By Sue Surkes
Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef uses pejorative term 'kushi' for African Americans in weekly sermon
Military intel chief: Upcoming holiday season ‘tense’ for Israel
By TOI staff
Maj. Gen. Herzl Halevi warns enemies of Jewish state against attack, urges them to 'consider their actions and the capabilities at our disposal'
Poland censors Israeli mayor who sought to cite Polish Holocaust crimes at event
By Michael Bachner and TOI staff
In Holocaust law dispute, Kiryat Bialik mayor, leading group of students to Poland, refuses to remove reference to Poles who handed Jews to Nazis; authorities cancel joint ceremony
One-armed IDF sharpshooter still fights on the front lines — from the US
By Renee Ghert-Zand
Trump campaign mined Facebook user data using Israeli ‘intelligence gathering’
By TOI staff and AP
Cambridge Analytica CEO filmed boasting of using entrapment, bribes and honey-traps to influence election
Kushner company met with Qatari minister but turned down money – report
By TOI staff
Fogging Jews
Washington councilman accuses Jews of controlling weather
Following backlash, Trayon White Sr. apologizes for saying ‘Rothschilds’ created snowstorm to make money, says he didn't mean to be anti-Semitic
Israeli firm Orbotech sold to US company in $3.4 billion deal
By Michael Bachner
Yavneh-based electronics maker will keep offices in Israel after purchase by KLA-Tencor in one of country's largest-ever deals
Israeli medical marijuana firms may flee if export ban persists
By Shoshanna Solomon
Top Ops
Dina Rabhan
What you don’t know if you don’t live in Israel
It's the weight of the sacrifices IDF soldiers make for safety and security -- yours and mine
Judy Freedman
Why do you cover your hair?
Each woman has her own path; most are making a statement: 'I am observant and proud of it'
Joshua Hammerman
Marching for our lives by hopping on the Shab-bus
The gun control rally is so important that I, a rabbi, am going to blatantly disrupt God’s holy Sabbath
Andrew Silow-Carroll
‘Nobody’s talking about anti-Semitism.’ Wait, what?
Jewish groups are most certainly not downplaying the threat, they just disagree on where it's coming from
Gideon Sa’ar: Instead of new settlements, build up existing ones
By Raphael Ahren and David Horovitz
Netanyahu congratulates Putin, refrains from criticizing Russian elections
By Michael Bachner and AFP
PM hails 'personal dialogue' with re-elected leader, as Europe largely denounces process and inclusion of Crimea in vote
Few Russians in Israel cast ballots, but most who do back Putin
By Raphael Ahren
More Headlines
Security forces gear up for mass Palestinian protest marches on Passover eve
By Sue Surkes
Illinois Democratic primary pits J Street against AIPAC
By Eric Cortellessa
Israeli parents want kids to be doctors; lawyers, not so much; cops, no way
By Sue Surkes
Israel begins clearing thousands of landmines from Jordan River baptism site
By Melanie Lidman and TOI staff
Police detain 8 Palestinians for not intervening in Old City stabbing
By Sue Surkes
Tesla mogul Elon Musk visits Israel to meet AI startup Cortica
By Shoshanna Solomon
‘Sex and the City’ NY governor hopeful draws praise, scorn from Jewish leaders
By Ben Sales
Prominent architect reportedly suspected of bribing Likud MK
By TOI staff
Palestinian-born legislator dreams of rebuilding a synagogue in Berlin
By Toby Axelrod
Europeans, US working behind scenes to salvage Iran deal — report
By AP and TOI staff
Holy smoke / Police agent disguised as Bratslav Hasid incriminates drug dealers
By Michael Bachner
Ballad for change / Ben Platt and Lin-Manuel Miranda fight violence with vocals
By Tracy Frydberg
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