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Contradicting Biden, Saudis deny opening of airspace is step toward ties with Israel
Riyadh’s FM says move ‘has nothing to do’ with diplomatic relations; also states he’s not aware of any talks on Israel-integrated air defense alliance, after US hailed notion
Israeli airlines said prodding Saudis to already allow overflights this week
Daily Briefing July 17: Did Biden’s trip yield closer Israeli-Saudi ties? Jury’s out
Cop killed in central Israel ramming by Palestinian teen driving stolen car – police
Father of two Barak Meshulam, 29, found dead in road; 17-year-suspected of hitting officer at checkpoint near Ra’anana during chase; tries to flee on foot but is later arrested
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IDF chief: Israel has ‘moral obligation’ to ready military response to Iran’s nukes
Days after Biden vowed Tehran would never achieve nuclear weapons, Aviv Kohavi says military ‘continues to prepare vigorously for an attack on Iran’
IDF chief: Israel has 'moral obligation' to ready military response to Iran's nukes
Poll shows Religious Zionism party would soar if headed by Ben-Gvir
Gantz holds meeting with visiting CENTCOM chief
From The Hartman Institute
The Antisemitism We Tolerate
When Haredi men recently attacked American Jews celebrating a Bar Mitzvah at the egalitarian section of the Western Wall, there was little outrage in Israel. Why is that?
After Gaza rockets, PM says Israel will respond ‘swiftly, forcefully’ to any attacks
After four rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza a day earlier, Prime Minister Yair Lapid said Sunday that Israel will respond "swiftly and forcefully" to any attacks from the Strip. "This government's policy has not changed. To any fire, any incendiary balloon -- we will respond swiftly...
After Gaza rockets, Israel freezes move to allow in 1,500 more workers
Palestinian gunmen clash with IDF troops in early-morning West Bank raid
US Central Command chief arrives in Israel to discuss air defenses
Visit follows recent ‘war games’ discussion between visiting CENTCOM delegation and senior IDF officers; Biden viewed Israeli defense tech during trip last week
The state of the campaign
Allied with Sa’ar, Gantz sets out to crack the ‘soft right’
In microeconomics and game theory, the median voter theorem states that “in a majority rule voting system, the candidate or party most preferred by the median voter will be elected.” While Israel has an extremely diverse political landscape, with 13 parties in the current Knesset, modern Israeli politics has often been a battle over this...
Nazis and heretics and whores – oh my!
The same young people who tore up prayer books of fellow Jews – and would do it again — are fasting to repent for the past mistakes of the Jewish people
The problem is not baseless hatred
We Israeli Jews must learn to coexist with 2 million Arab Israelis, not because we’re doing them a favor, but as a profound existential need of our society
French Holocaust survivors mark 80 years since mass Vel d’Hiv roundup of Jews
jade le deley
Over 2 days in 1942, police herded 13,152 people, including 4,115 children, into the Winter Velodrome of Paris before they were sent on to Nazi camps; very few survived
Macron to speak at ceremony marking 80th anniversary of WWII round-up of Jews
3 generations of Uruguayan athletes suit up for abuelo’s ‘bar mitzvah’ Maccabiah
82-year-old Eugenio Garfinkle takes to the tennis courts in his 13th appearance at the Jewish Olympics, while his son and grandson represent on the football field
Michaeli expected to hold onto Labor leadership in primary — a first in decades
Incumbent expected to easily win Monday’s vote, but underdog challenger Eran Hermoni says Labor needs to shift to the center if it wants to be a ‘ruling party’ again
Outgoing deputy AG warns of ‘extreme’ discourse on Netanyahu trial, backs plea deal
Massive forest fires cause deaths, force evacuations in scorching southwest Europe
Blazes burn large swaths of land in France, Portugal, Spain and Greece; climate change blamed for intense heatwave set to break temperature records in Britain
Tehran says US used ‘Iranophobia’ to ramp up Mideast tensions during Biden visit
Iranian foreign ministry makes accusation after US president wraps up trip to Israel, West Bank and Saudi Arabia
Iran says naval officer ‘martyred’ in latest mysterious military death
Iran arrests several for protesting drying up of lake once seen as Mideast’s largest
Illegally sold weight loss drug contains ecstasy, Health Ministry warns
‘Zero fat’ also contains sibutramine, which was banned over a decade ago; ministry tells public to only buy medicine from pharmacies
Gantz narrows IDF chief of staff race down to two candidates
Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Sunday narrowed down the number of candidates in the race to become the next chief of the Israel Defense Forces. Last month, Gantz named three senior Israeli generals as candidates to replace Lt. Gen. Aviv Kohavi, whose tenure is expected to end in January 2023. The candidates were Eyal...
Former Islamic State stronghold in Syria hosts Jackie Chan film set
Maher Al Mounes
‘Home Operation’ was inspired by China’s 2015 operation to evacuate its citizens and other foreigners from Yemen amid civil war, but film only mentions fictional country ‘Poman’
Ex-Moscow chief rabbi fears return of ‘Iron Curtain’ blocking Jewish emigrants
Pinchas Goldschmidt, who until recently served as the chief rabbi of Moscow, has expressed concerns that Russia may move to prevent Jewish citizens from leaving the country, in a return to Cold War-era Soviet policy. "There is a fear today that the Iron Curtain will close completely, and...
At least 16 civilians reported dead in Ukraine as Russia steps up its offensive
Russians visited Iran twice in June to assess combat drones for Ukraine, US says
All 8 crew members killed after cargo plane goes down in Greece
Couple indicted for man’s alleged rape of child stepdaughter with mother’s consent
Ruti the celebrity hyena run over and killed near Modiin
Chief of German art festival quits after antisemitic works go on display
Iraqi PM says he is ready for regional dialogue, but refuses to comment on Israel
Israel to host Messi and PSG for French soccer league curtain-raiser
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