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Friday, July 29, 2022
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Gilboa prisoner 'controlled all the officers and staff'
Ex-soldier: My commanders ‘handed me over’ to be raped by jailed terror convict
A former IDF soldier has said she was repeatedly raped and sexually abused by a Palestinian security prisoner while she served in Gilboa Prison, with the full cooperation of her commander. The anonymous woman, identifying under the pseudonym "Hila," made her allegations in a post on crowdfunding site...
'This should have been front-page news'
As the Holocaust raged, US newspapers buried reports on Hitler’s Final Solution
In a new book, scholar Rafael Medoff shows how outlets downplayed news of the genocide until late 1943, as FDR’s government and even Jewish leaders felt little pressure to act
Can you judge your COVID immunity with an antibody test? Israeli research says yes
Team says such tests could be used as a screening tool for the allocation of the first batches of updated vaccines, once these arrive
Two Israeli youth counselors killed, 5 injured in Sinai car crash
The 7 tourists in their 20s were on their way back from a beachside vacation when their taxi crashed, reportedly while driving dangerously and attempting to overtake another car
3 killed in deadly car crash on Route 6 in southern Israel
‘I thought everyone held guns’: Gazan girl makes rare Israel visit to face her fears
In rare event, 12 year old with PTSD from conflict permitted to visit with dad, meet Israelis; ‘Unfortunately there are children in Gaza who think monsters live in Israel,’ he says
‘How can I be free if I’ve never seen the sea?’
On a Tel Aviv beach, I marveled at what could be, as Palestinian families from the West Bank who had never encountered the Mediterranean frolicked in its waves
Lipstick and the Jews
The line between commodification and freedom is very fine when it comes to this colorful cosmetic, with its surprising impact on the power dynamics of history
'I never knew how much he influenced the early Nazis'
Henry Ford’s ‘ghost’ opens up about his infamous antisemitism in new art documentary
A century after the publication of ‘The International Jew,’ filmmaker Andy Kirshner revives the automaker in ’10 Questions for Henry Ford,’ screening at the SF Jewish Film Festival
‘We have no home’: Undecided former Yamina voters wait for least worst option
Yosef Spiezer recently made a decision. The Jerusalem city council member and tour guide held the 14th spot on the Yamina party’s 2021 Knesset candidate list, but recently decided to run in the Religious Zionism party’s primary. After turning against Yamina because he felt the government it formed in 2021 with broad-base political...
Straddling the Netanyahu question, Zionist Spirit could be kingmaker, if it survives
Poll shows Shaked’s new Zionist Spirit crossing electoral threshold
Hungarian rabbis pan Orban speech warning against ‘mixed races’; PM’s adviser quits
Robert Frolich, head of umbrella group, calls prime minister’s remarks against mixing of races ‘a violation of human dignity;’ Orthodox group says they were ‘unfortunate’
Yad Vashem chair: Orban’s race comments evoke ideologies behind Holocaust
Facebook continues to allow hate speech in ads, latest test reveals
Lufthansa denies antisemitism in decision to kick all identifiable Jews off a flight
German airline will still appoint manager to deal with prejudice; blames miscommunication for incident in which 100 people were removed to ‘pay’ for others refusing to don mask
US auction house shrugs off criticism as Hitler’s personal items go under hammer
Palestinian teen said killed in clashes with IDF northeast of Ramallah
16-year-old shot in chest near al-Mughayyir, PA health ministry says; army says troops responded to riot; Israeli drivers come under rock attack nearby
Palestinian shot after opening fire at military post near Nablus — IDF
Head of UN panel probing Israel claims ‘Jewish lobby’ comments taken out of context
The head of a UN commission of inquiry looking into alleged Israeli crimes against Palestinians pushed back Thursday against criticism of a member of the panel who was quoted speaking out against the "Jewish lobby" and questioning Israel's inclusion in the world body. Navi Pillay, a former UN...
Education minister revokes licenses of 6 East Jerusalem schools for incitement
Alongside Abu Akleh relatives, progressive Dems call on Biden to probe killing
Huge AIPAC investment in primaries is paying off — but at what price down the road?
WASHINGTON (JTA) — AIPAC believes it’s getting bang for its buck. Big time. As of this month, the United Democracy Project (UDP), one of the two US political action committees AIPAC established last December, is the biggest-spending nonpartisan political committee and the second-largest overall this cycle, dispensing more than $26 million on its favored candidates. The...
Times Will Tell
Podcast: ‘Sababa’ author Adeena Sussman talks camp culinary arts
Bestselling cookbook writer taught how to cook with tahini and hummus beans, pomegranates and fresh dates at a summer camp
'Terrified Jews are leaving. In this context, we must build'
Amid existential angst, Parisian Jews bet on the future with giant community center
The European Jewish Center boasts event halls, a gym, kosher food, auditoriums, office spaces and a synagogue – and perhaps most of all, a sense of permanence
'Jews, Roma, and others are second-class citizens'
New law may cement de facto ban on Bosnia-Herzegovina’s Jews holding high office
David I. Klein
Proposed legislation by a European overseeing body would bolster the three country’s largest ethnic blocs while continuing to disenfranchise at least 17 national minority groups
After a century, mystery owners of coveted Petah Tikva plot identified
In what is now the center of Petah Tikva, a prime stretch of land has remained undeveloped for a century because no one could find the owners of a small puzzle-piece plot in the middle of it. The plot contains the ruins of one of the city's early wells, used for agriculture, in the late 19th century. The parcel of land...
New incentives for long-term rentals could be a game-changer
New construction legislation from Knesset’s last days kicks in
Graduate sues UK university after failing essay for not criticizing Israel
MK Benny Begin, son of first Likud PM, leaves politics
US says it is keeping eye on Israel-Russia spat over Jewish Agency
Man shot dead, 7 injured in gunfight in southern Bedouin city of Rahat
In phone call, Xi warns Biden not to ‘play with fire’ on Taiwan
Zelensky oversees loading of ships with Ukrainian grain: ‘We are ready’ to export
Israeli detained by Greece in mistaken identity case cleared to return home
Animal lovers protest against zoo amid clash of narratives over animal welfare
Surprise deal hammered out by Democrats touted as major step toward climate goals
From the web
Saudi investor becomes largest shareholder in Israeli auto data firm Otonomo
Striking a chord
Music project to build bridges, on border of East and West Jerusalem
Belting on the lawn
Israeli Opera brings ‘Carmen’ back to Tel Aviv park
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