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Sunday, July 31, 2022
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'Our obligation as a government is to eradicate this'
PM: Violence against women is ‘stain on the country that cannot continue’
Lapid vows action over IDF soldier who says she was raped by terror convict; cites recent murders of women and soccer stars accused of sexually abusing teens, says it’s all linked
Judge rules woman to be placed in shelter against her will amid ex-husband’s threats
PM Lapid’s wife said to get emails hoping she and family die in car crash, of cancer
Israel to withhold NIS 600 million from PA over its payments to terrorists’ families
In the past, Jerusalem has offset its freezing of PA funds, which is required by Israeli law, with loans to keep Palestinian government afloat
Palestinian charged with terror for paving stone attack that seriously injured man
Palestinian dies days after being shot by IDF while nearing West Bank military post
Live updates (closed)
Lapid urges UN chief to disband Gaza probe over investigator’s ‘antisemitic remarks’
In letter to Antonio Guterres, prime minister says Commission of Inquiry ‘fundamentally tainted’ after member says social media ‘controlled’ by ‘Jewish lobby’
Zelensky's wife to Israeli TV: 'Your resilience serves as an example for us'
Lapid issues letter to UN secretary general calling to disband Gaza war probe over member’s ‘antisemitic remarks’
Death toll in Kentucky hits 26, with renewed flood threat
From The Hartman Institute
Why Isn’t Tisha B’Av Working?
This day of national reckoning with our collective failures asks us to mourn as a means of preventing future tragedy. Donniel Hartman and Yossi Klein Halevi discuss its current relevance.
Hezbollah hints it’s ready for a war over gas — but knows Lebanon can’t afford one
By beating war drums and ramping up military provocations, Lebanon's Hezbollah terror group has been doing everything to indicate it is ready to wage war with Israel over offshore gas extraction near a disputed maritime border between the countries. Israel, meanwhile, has become increasingly concerned by the ever-escalating rhetoric of the Iranian-backed group's leader, Hassan Nasrallah, and has been preparing...
Hezbollah renews threats on Israeli gas field: ‘Playing with time is useless’
The state of the campaign
If not Netanyahu, then who?
In 2 new polls, Zionist Spirit cleared the threshold, potentially handing the Likud leader a majority. But Shaked’s party may well slip back, so who else might break the deadlock?
Shaked: I won’t abandon the right wing to Netanyahu and Ben Gvir
Ex-top prosecutor hits back at misconduct claim, says axed cop motivated by revenge
Plan to slash medical residents’ 26-hour shifts delayed until September 2023
Burden of 26-hour shifts drove thousands of trainee doctors to threaten resignation last year; promised change to 18 hours was never implemented
Adolf Hitler’s purported watch sells for $1.1 million at US auction house
Rejecting criticism, Alexander Historical Auctions also auctions candy dish, dog collar and beer tray it claims belonged to Nazi dictator and wife
EU parliament leaders slam Hungary’s Orban for ‘openly racist’ remarks
Exiled oligarch in Israel: Putin doesn’t want to annex Ukraine, but to destroy it
Next year Leonid Nevzlin will mark 20 years since his escape from Russia and immigration to Israel. When he fled Russia in 2003, Yukos, the oil giant at which he served as vice president, was forcibly broken up and Nevzlin's associates were arrested and thrown into Siberian prisons on what many claim were trumped-up...
Zelensky calls to evacuate civilians from Donetsk frontline amid Russian ‘terror’
US Secretary of State Blinken resisting branding Russia as ‘terrorist state’ — NYT
Russia says 6 injured in Ukrainian explosive drone strike on Black Sea Fleet HQ
Funeral of anti-Zionist ultra-Orthodox leader, 95, draws thousands to Jerusalem
Rabbi Yitzchok Tuvia Weiss was head of the hardline Eda Haredit group; mourners clash with police officers in two reported incidents
Rabbi Yitzchok Tuvia Weiss, a prominent hardline ultra-Orthodox leader, dies at 95
The UNHRC’s anti-Israel obsession escalates
We knew the council was anti-Israel, but the antisemitic tropes and conspiracy theories spouted by a member of a commission of inquiry mark a new low
Can Jews agree to disagree? The hunt for ‘viewpoint diversity’
How much do we censor ourselves, fearful of what might hit the fan if what we say about gender, race, politics, or Israel rubs those who hear us the wrong way?
Brooklyn and Manhattan sending BDS to Congress?
The high polling numbers for this Democratic primary candidate in America’s most Jewish district signals a deep crisis for pro-Israel voters
The Netanyahu Doctrine on the Meron disaster: The safety of ignorance
The refusal to accept responsibility for a disaster of this magnitude displays an astonishing absence of leadership
Netanyahu denies story, says he 'voiced great appreciation'
In book, Kushner says Netanyahu was unenthusiastic on Jerusalem recognition
Jared Kushner, the son-in-law and senior advisor to former US president Donald Trump, reveals in an upcoming book that when Trump decided to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the US embassy there in 2017, then-prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's reaction was decidedly tepid. The book, "Breaking History:...
Newly confrontational Biden no longer shy in singling out Trump, the ‘former guy’
Seung Min Kim
Israeli military halts F-35 training flights over faulty ejector seats
In wake of problem reported in US, IDF says Air Force commander orders entire fleet examined, will approve operational activity on case-by-case basis
Gas prices to drop significantly at midnight due to tax breaks, lower price of oil
As of Monday, Israelis will pay an estimated NIS 6.54 per liter of gasoline, down from NIS 8.08; newest tax discount limited to month of August
Israeli startup SavorEat serves up 3D-printed kosher pork patties, turkey burgers
Rehovot-based food tech company launches new vegan products that can be customized via ‘robot chef’
Always on his mind
‘Bless this concert’: Book reveals depth of Elvis’s Christian faith
Star’s stepbrother Billy Stanley describes how religion was a source of comfort for king of rock, whose heritage had Jewish roots
AS Roma beats Tottenham in Haifa soccer game; Messi and PSG meet Israeli nonprofit
After 8 days, search teams locate body of missing Umm al-Fahm man in Sea of Galilee
UK’s Prince Charles took £1 million charity donation from bin Laden family – report
‘Epicenter’ New York City declares monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency
ADL condemns ‘out of touch’ NY progressive group Jews for Racial & Economic Justice
At least 25 dead in Kentucky flooding, with toll expected to rise
Sealing deals with vaccine makers, US plans Omicron booster rollout in the fall
Biden tests positive for COVID-19 again, returns to isolation
Sadr supporters refuse to leave Iraqi parliament amid political standoff
Lottery ticket bought at gas station wins $1.28 billion jackpot
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