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Russia officially calls for Jewish Agency operations to be ‘dissolved’ — state media
Judah Ari Gross
Moscow’s action against organization that oversees immigration to Israel seen as retaliation for Israel’s stance on Ukraine war; Agency says its activities continuing for now
Israeli government intervenes as Moscow tightens screws on Jewish Agency
Judah Ari Gross
Facing jail threat, Russian dissident former mayor plans to keep fighting Kremlin
Testifying at Meron probe, Netanyahu denies responsibility for deadly disaster
Opposition leader, who was PM during 2021 catastrophe that killed 45, tells commision of inquiry he was not involved in planning event beyond concerns due to COVID-19 pandemic
Ben Shapiro draws thousands to conservative, pro-Trump confab in Tel Aviv
Conservative Political Action Conference holds first gathering in Israel; speakers rail against liberal CNN and Europe and extol Israel for its unity and birthrate
Police remove all settler activists from illegal outpost, ending massive campaign
After thousands of settler activists sought to establish seven outposts in the West Bank, police evacuate all the encampments within a day
5 arrested in clashes as cops try to block settlers from building West Bank outposts
Thousands of settler activists create mayhem in West Bank campaign
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UK spy chief doubts Iran supreme leader will back nuclear deal
‘The deal is absolutely on the table but I don’t think the Iranians want it,’ MI6 director tells security forum
Gantz: Elected officials' support for attempts to build illegal outposts is 'grave'
Jerusalem Film Festival opens at capital's Sultan's Pool
Lapid speaks with Bahrain's crown prince
Hamas-Fatah reconciliation attempts are DOA
The recent Abbas-Haniyeh handshake signifies the desperate state of both Palestinian factions – as well as of their Algerian hosts
Bazy Swirsky Rubin
Kids who slap, exhausted teachers: The Israeli school system is broken
I ran workshops in 18 different schools, and the shocking misbehavior I witnessed left me crying on the floor. Something must be done now!
Religious Zionism was once all for minority rights in Israel. What changed?
From the beginning, Israel’s important religious Zionist rabbis grounded equal rights for the Arab minority in Jewish law. They wouldn’t know their own camp now
Rivy Poupko Kletenik
Praying for your team to win? The problem isn’t the Supreme Court
When a coach had my school’s students recite Shema before games in the hopes of a divine assist, I had to wrestle with my sense that it was a losing play
Lapid: ‘Extremist’ Netanyahu and Ben Gvir ‘dragging us in dangerous directions’
Ahead of elections, caretaker PM says right-wing rivals are divisive and anti-democratic, calls on moderates to reject their vision of Israel
Lapid: Elections not a choice between me and Netanyahu, but between future and past
Lapid honors two civilians who intervened to stop suspected terror stabbing
What the Saudis think about when they think about peace with Israel
This Editor’s Note was sent out Wednesday in ToI’s weekly update email to members of the Times of Israel Community. To receive these Editor’s Notes as they’re released, join the ToI Community here. As of this writing, Israeli planes are not yet routinely overflying Saudi airspace to and from India, China and other destinations. This...
Israeli gov’t said ‘satisfied’ with reporter, TV network’s apologies over Mecca trip
After 16 years, Israel arrests Fatah-linked terrorist for killing of IDF soldier
Alam al-Ra’i, 42, held for firing at Israelis near Nablus in April; during probe Shin Bet finds he was part of cell that set off 2006 bomb that killed Staff Sgt. Osher Damari
Amid outcry, IDF expected to revoke pension of officer accused of 79 sex crimes
IDF soldier indicted for stealing Palestinians’ phone, cash during West Bank raid
Kohavi: 'I feel a sense of pride and admiration to meet you'
Between security briefings, IDF chief meets Jewish community in Marrakesh
Visiting IDF chief of staff Aviv Kohavi met with the local Jewish community in the Old City of Marrakesh on Wednesday ahead of security briefings with Morrocan air force officials. Kohavi is the first Israeli army chief to make an official visit to Morocco. On what was the third...
As Europe swelters, Israeli heat to ease slightly in coming days — but future bleak
While this year’s summer not out of ordinary, experts warn Israel to witness more intense summers and drop in average rainfall by middle of century, as global temperatures rise
‘This is an emergency’: Biden announces modest climate actions, pledges more to come
Seung Min Kim
After almost two decades, IDF finally admits to using armed drones in airstrikes
Military censor says ‘no impediment’ to publishing Israel’s attack UAV capabilities; Hermes 450 used in Tuesday strike on Hamas post
12 arrested in West Bank operation, violent clashes reported in Ramallah, Jenin
Trees dedicated to Holocaust victims chopped down at Buchenwald camp
‘Appalled at the deliberate attack on remembrance,’ memorial foundation says seven beeches were severed, one of which commemorated children killed at the Nazi camp
UK Labour leader defends showing Berlin Holocaust memorial in election video
In Budapest, an underground ‘Gypsy music’ pub plays on Jewish heartstrings
One of the Hungarian capital’s best-kept open secrets is Giero Pub, a small but charming basement venue with top-notch music – and a tragic family history marred by the Holocaust
'The most distant starlight that anyone has ever seen'
Peering back in time, Webb telescope may have found most distant known galaxy
Images from orbiting system reveal indications of GLASS-z13, a galaxy that existed 13.5 billion years ago, just 300 million years after Big Bang
Mammals became warm-blooded 20 million years later than previously thought — study
Maccabiah fans gather on Netanya coast for beachside festivities
Hundreds of people gathered on Netanya's sunset-drenched Poleg beach to hear the beloved Israeli band Teapacks perform at the Maccabiah Village sports complex on Tuesday evening, as part of the 21st Maccabiah Games. The village, which opened last Thursday, strives to give Israeli competitors a chance to get...
In ‘My Name is Sara,’ Jewish girl survives the Holocaust by living as a Christian
The film, now playing at New York’s Quad Cinema, is a dramatization of the true story of Sara Góralnik Shapiro, who disguised herself and worked for a family of Ukrainian farmers
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EU sounds alarm over Israel’s ‘continuously increasing settlement expansion’
Senior IDF officer killed in traffic accident
Man, 23, shot dead in southern Bedouin city of Rahat
Israeli exports projected to reach record high of $165b in 2022
AIPAC-backed candidate poised to defeat J Street-endorsed rival in Democratic race
‘Hasta la vista, baby’: UK’s defiant Johnson bows out in Parliament
Jewish Super Bowl champion Mitchell Schwartz retires from the NFL
Putin his place
‘Payback’: Erdogan makes Putin wait awkwardly at summit
Funeral held for Ivana Trump, with former US president in attendance
Former Holon kindergarten workers convicted of abusing 26 toddlers in daycare ‘hell’
Iraqi PM: Turkey’s deadly shelling of Kurdistan a ‘flagrant sovereignty violation’
Laure Al Khoury
Jewish Broadway star opens for MLB all-star game
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