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Wednesday, July 20, 2022
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Man moderately hurt in Jerusalem stabbing attack, Palestinian assailant shot
Victim, 41, attacked with screwdriver on bus near Ramot; civilian shoots stabber before officers reach area
Video shows Palestinian students ‘executing’ Jews in East Jerusalem school play
IDF strikes Hamas post after gunfire from Gaza hits southern town
Liftoff: Israeli startup’s ‘flying car’ aces first test
AIR says its AIR ONE aircraft, a two-seater eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff and landing) vehicle, performed ‘flawlessly’ in a hover test in northern Israel
First map of Israeli desert tech identifies over 300 companies
Syria announces cutting all ties with Ukraine in support of close ally Russia
Kyiv already severed relations with Damascus after Syria recognized breakaway republics of Donetsk and Luhansk in eastern Ukraine
Russian strikes pummel Ukraine as Putin wins Iranian support for offensive
In Tehran, Putin, Raisi and Erdogan vow to continue Syria cooperation
Make the veggie street treat Israelis adore
This Sunday, Chef Harry Rubenstein will show us how to make a trendy Israeli street food, ara’yes — with a vegetarian twist! Grab your apron and join us live.
PM flies over Israeli gas field claimed by Lebanon amid Hezbollah threats
Lapid emphasizes economic potential, but says negotiations should conclude for Beirut to also enjoy resource
Iran says fatwa against building nuclear weapons unchanged after ‘bomb’ comment
TEHRAN, Iran — Tehran gave assurances Wednesday that its nuclear policy was unchanged and that it still adhered to a fatwa banning weapons of mass destruction, after an Iranian official said the country was able to make atomic bombs. It is the second time in the past 18 months...
Iranian politician says Israel ‘freely runs its operations’ in Tehran
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Police begin evacuating illegal West Bank outposts set up by radical settler group
Thousands turn out to multiple sites in effort led by right-wing Nachala movement and backed by MKs from several parties, despite police, IDF calling such activity illegal
Government 'satisfied' with TV station's apology over Mecca stunt
Kohavi meets members of Moroccan Jewish community during visit to Marrakesh
NASA aiming for test flight of giant moon rocket in late August
Expert: We dug through 'all the layers of ancient Jerusalem'
Elevator project at the Western Wall unearths an ancient archaeological trove
Ilan Ben Zion
Old City excavations, ahead of work to improve disabled access at holy site, uncover ornate 1st century villa, oil lamps and a ritual mikveh that overlooked the Temple esplanade
Environment minister seeks moratorium on new wind farms to probe impact on nature
Ministry says 200 new turbines, some as high as Israel’s tallest towers, planned for gusty Golan and other areas, endangering wildlife, with protective tech having ‘zero effect’
Daily Briefing July 20: From snorkeling at Straits of Tiran to harnessing Saudi sun
London firefighters had busiest day since WWII amid scorching heatwave, says mayor
Sadiq Khan accuses Conservative leadership candidates vying to succeed Johnson of ignoring climate change ‘elephant in the room’; activists block motorway, call for urgent action
Wildfire threatens Athens hillside suburbs for second day
The Camp Koby model of healing
Our campers have suffered loss, but when we cloak their sadness in kindness, we help them tell their stories, on the kids’ own terms, which makes them bearable
America’s Karaite Court
Why don’t Jews take ’an eye for an eye,’ and why is ’the rebellious child’ not stoned to death? If only the US Supreme Court knew
Bishara A. Bahbah
Biden leaves Palestinians – and Israelis – without hope for peace
The president did nothing to counter the perception of the US as Israel’s partner in its occupation of Palestinian lands
How I learned to stop kvetching and love the Yiddish revival
The language has always been a harsh reminder of the cruel twists of Jewish history; then I saw the young adults who were not mourning, but dancing in the aisles
'Yiddish has so many juicy words for sex'
Provocative novel peeps into the profane world of a Haredi woman’s porn addiction
In her debut work set in New York, pseudonymous author Felicia Berliner tells the story of a young Hasidic woman sucked into an obsession with ‘Shmutz’
Police, army gear up for clashes as settler group to try set up 3 illegal outposts
The radical Nachala Settlement Movement was set to send hundreds of activists to at least three locations in the West Bank on Wednesday afternoon in a bid to set up illegal settlement outposts. The operation threatens to spark clashes between the activists and the security services that are...
Court drops some charges against Elovitch, clears other officials in Bezeq affair
Judge rules several of the charges in indictment do not constitute a crime; prosecutors to consider their next steps; issue sparked Case 4000 at heart of Netanyahu corruption trial
Key witness in Netanyahu trial says Milchan felt free to pull ex-PM from meetings
Ex-finance minister Kahlon grilled over alleged involvement in credit firm scandal
Off the Haifa coast, a giant jellyfish swarm speckles the sea
Nature and Parks Authority blames increases in huge schools of the gelatinous creatures in Mediterranean on human behavior, including pollution, climate change
83-year-old man drowns off beach near Zichron Yaakov; son unable to save him
'She invited us to a safe place. It was like a miracle'
US rabbi revives Italian hamlet by restoring Jewish roots, bringing Ukraine refugees
Rabbi Barbara Aiello reconnects ancestral community with Jewish history, links that were nearly severed 5 centuries ago when the Inquisition forced Jews to convert to Christianity
From 76ers to 48ers: Sports nonprofit works to level playing field in Israel
NGO that brands itself the ‘home of sports for social change’ looks to raise money with an unusual fundraising technique — auctioning off Philadelphia memorabilia over Facebook
All-star Joc Pederson to play for Israel in 2023 World Baseball Classic
Center of attention
Sixers’ Embiid spotted dancing the hora at Jewish wedding
Israel’s monkeypox vaccines strategy: Stop sexual spread to those most at-risk
The first monkeypox vaccinations headed to Israel will be reserved for men who have sex with other men (MSM) and whose medical records suggest particularly high vulnerability to the virus. Following Israel's decision to secure 10,000 monkeypox vaccines, Dr. Tal Brosh, coordinator of Israel’s Epidemic Management Team and chair of its deliberations on the national...
Meretz’s Galon says she’s returning to politics to foil a Netanyahu return to power
Leaked report says rival factions in Corbyn’s Labour wielded antisemitism as weapon
Kohavi meets Morocco’s defense minister, army chief on second day of landmark trip
Jordan says crowding at Allenby crossing ‘unprecedented,’ Israel to blame
Commission set to tell police brass they will be held responsible for Meron disaster
Former top El Al security worker gets 12 years for smuggling cocaine on the job
Drag queen trapped in Dead Sea sinkhole, barely escapes
Lapid and nearly every other world leader to crowd UN assembly in September
Edith M. Lederer
UN aviation watchdog condemns Belarus for fake Hamas bomb threat
Two Jewish candidates still in contention for US House race after De Blasio’s exit
Georgia school slammed over new logo’s similarity to Nazi symbol
Caregiver held on suspicion of indecent assault of Jerusalem nursing home resident
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