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Sunday, July 3, 2022
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High Court nixes Israel’s quota for entry of Ukrainian refugees
Judges rule that existing regulations allow visitors from Ukraine to stay for three months without a visa, reject state’s claim they will stay longer
Russians gaining foothold in pivotal eastern Ukraine city, governor says
Battle rages for key Ukraine city; Belarus claims to down missiles fired by Kyiv
Israel to examine bullet that killed Abu Akleh, with Americans present, says IDF
Army spokesperson appears to dismiss Palestinian claims US experts would examine the shell that killed Al Jazeera correspondent; PA transferred bullet to US on Saturday
Palestinian Authority hands US bullet that killed Shireen Abu Akleh for examination
IDF: Troops nab 2 Gaza infiltrators armed with grenade and knives
'The State of Israel is bigger than all of us'
In first speech as PM, Lapid urges unity in face of ‘violent and vicious’ politics
Taking aim at Netanyahu, PM says extremism ‘flowing from politics to the streets,’ sets out vision for ‘liberal democracy’; says Israel seeks peace with Palestinians, warns Iran
Leading 1st cabinet meeting, Lapid pledges to govern as if elections weren’t looming
Lapid speech, full text: We must stop the flow of extremism from politics to streets
From The Hartman Institute
Reading the Trans Talmud
Rethinking human gender and sexuality in Jewish sources – a discussion of Max Strassfeld’s new book.
Judah Ari Gross
Matan Kahana has upset the religious status quo, and his work won’t be easily undone
In his short term as head of Israel's Religious Services Ministry, Matan Kahana made his mark on the often-overlooked office, rolling out a number of reforms that won't easily be reversed no matter who wins the upcoming election. Kahana updated the long-maligned process of naming municipal rabbis, removing many of the aspects that left the...
Live updates (closed)
Outrage at Likud MK Kisch for issuing a direct threat to oust AG
MK said that if Baharav-Miara okays IDF chief’s appointment during election season, future Netanyahu government will fire her; Knesset speaker: ‘We can’t allow this in a democracy’
AG said leaning toward allowing caretaker government to appoint next IDF chief
Shark confirmed to have killed 2nd tourist in Egypt's Red Sea
Bennett said to have sought ex-PM conditions despite not being eligible
IDF had advance intel on Hezbollah attempt to launch drones at Karish gas field
Military spokesman says terror group suffered ‘significant operational setback’ in failed attempt to convey a message, as its three UAVs were downed over Lebanon’s waters
IDF shoots down 3 Hezbollah drones heading for Karish gas field
Amir Bar Shalom
Hezbollah’s drones carried a message to Israeli gas rig, not weapons
Terror group is seeing political instability in Jerusalem and trying to set a precedent, while scoring valuable publicity points at home
Live updates (closed)
Hezbollah takes responsibility for drones launched at Karish gas field
Without naming him, Lapid seeks to portray Netanyahu as Israel’s national nemesis
Yair Lapid is no longer bound by the ideological constraints of an eight-party, radically diverse coalition. That partnership has collapsed, the Knesset dispersed on Thursday, and elections were set for November 1. Yet in his first address to the nation as interim prime minister on Saturday night, Lapid gave a speech that few in that...
Times of Israel Podcast
Daily Briefing July 3: PM Lapid’s ‘We believe’ speech; IDF strikes drones, Syria
Lapid moves into ‘secure’ apartment near PM’s residence, amid construction work
Rachel L. Suggs
Ukrainian refugees and Israel’s ‘Jewish character’
The attempt to put a strict quota on non-Jewish refugees is not only cruel – it directly contradicts the most important Jewish values
If only they had signed a halachic prenup at their wedding
Does a document that protects you from get-refusal mean you’ll end up divorced? Does wearing a seat belt mean you’ll have a car accident?
DON’T MISS, TONIGHT: Hi-tech archaeology reveals ancient Jerusalem’s destructions
On July 6, join us for 2nd in
series: Archaeologists Jodi Magness and Joe Uziel in conversation with ToI’s Amanda Borschel-Dan at Jerusalem’s Begin Center — plus live music!
Far-right ex-MK Feiglin dips feet back into Likud after failed solo Knesset run
Politician’s quasi-libertarian, pro-pot, nationalist party failed to enter Knesset in 2019 despite high expectations; will try again with party that previously pushed him out
Top Bennett ally Matan Kahana says he’s ‘exploring’ political future
Yamina’s ex-director lets fly at rebel MK Silman: She only had her next post in mind
Netanyahu’s economic adviser to run in Likud primaries
Alleged Israeli strike in Syria targeted ‘game changing’ Iranian air defenses — TV
After airstrike Saturday morning, unsourced report names IRGC commander allegedly leading ‘new effort’ to deploy Iranian systems in Syria
'Men wouldn't toss their phones, so rabbis focused on women'
Orthodox women who built businesses, friendships online are being told to sign off
10 years after an ultra-Orthodox anti-internet rally filled a NY stadium to capacity, ladies are urged to attend similar gatherings pressuring them to give up their smart phones
NY gun licenses to require social media checks, character references, safety course
Israeli boy, 14, critically injured in boating accident in Jordan; parents also hurt
Leading HMO head resigned amid suspicions of fraud, conflict of interest – report
In first, IDF officers participate in major drill in Morocco, as observers
Peter Brook, mystical giant who changed theater forever, dies at 97
IDF seizes $2.5 million worth of drugs on Egypt border
After US rulings, Israeli ex-chief justice warns against politicizing judicial picks
Jewish marriage certificate of Moe Howard from Three Stooges auctioned for $21,889
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