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Israel to charge Islamic Jihad’s West Bank leader with terror activities, incitement
Bassem Saadi’s detention extended until August 25 as IDF indictment to be filed in coming days; his arrest sparked recent Gaza conflict
3 Palestinian women arrested at West Bank checkpoint with makeshift submachine gun
Hamas and PIJ: Germany showing its bias by probing Abbas’s ’50 holocausts’ claim
US officials said seeking to calm Israeli fears, insisting Iran deal ‘not imminent’
Report says Washington stressing it has made no new concessions to Tehran as talks seem to accelerate, amid ‘difficult’ conversations with Jerusalem
Iranian opposition outlet names IRGC officer ostensibly behind Turkey terror plot
Iran Guards chief: ‘Zionists have no safe haven in occupied Palestine’
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Israel said wary of Hezbollah ‘provocation’ before possible maritime deal
TV report details alleged concessions by Jerusalem and Beirut in US-brokered talks, days after head of terror group warned of ‘escalation’ if Lebanese demands not met
Western leaders urge 'restraint' around Ukrainian nuclear plant
Israel said concerned Hezbollah could carry out 'provocation' before possible maritime deal
Ben Gvir names scion of prominent rabbinic family to far-right slate
2 crushed to death by falling container, 3rd worker killed in fall at separate site
Victims identified as Hassan Watted, Diab Watted and Bilal Jabarin; police detain five at first construction site on suspicion of negligent manslaughter
State of the campaign
Why this campaign will be the toughest yet for Avigdor Liberman
In recent weeks, as this column has looked at the right and center-right of the Israeli political spectrum, one big name has been missing: that of Avigdor Liberman, leader of Yisrael Beytenu, and one of just a handful of politicians to have held the three big ministries of Defense, Foreign Affairs and, presently, Finance. Just...
Haaretz reporter Gideon Levy says he rejected offer to join Arab nationalist party
Gimme shelter…in Tel Aviv
My landlord gave me information about where to go in case of an air-raid siren…and then he said something really important
James R. Russell
Dzhankoye’s in the news
The semi-mythical place of our happy childhood Yiddish songs should be a place for fun and joy, not a target in the fight between Ukraine and Russia over Crimea
How a Catholic-born Peruvian villager led hundreds to Jewish conversion – and Israel
In ‘The Prophet of the Andes,’ author Graciela Mochkofsky documents unlikely tale of Segundo Villanueva, whose revelations and efforts brought the ‘Inca Jews’ to the Promised Land
‘I’m still shaking’: Bus driver recounts West Bank shooting attack
The driver of a bus that came under fire in the central West Bank on Saturday night, who won praise for his quick response, said on Sunday he had never encountered such a situation before. "While en route to Ariel I heard gunshots," the unnamed driver told...
Gunfire hits crowded Israeli bus in West Bank; IDF launches manhunt
Daughter of ‘Putin’s brain’ killed in car explosion near Moscow
Darya Dugina, 30, dies as vehicle engulfed in flames; father, philosopher Alexander Dugin, believed to be intended target, said to watch in horror from roadside
Zelensky warns of ‘cruel’ Russian action to ruin Ukraine’s independence day
Russians down Ukrainian drones in Crimea as war broadens
Israel’s top diplomat in Turkey: ‘We’re not going into a perfect marriage’
On Wednesday, Israel and Turkey announced they would be renewing full diplomatic ties after two years of work to patch up their damaged relationship. Irit Lillian, Israel's charge d'affaires in Ankara, has played a central role in the process since her appointment in February 2021. "From the beginning, it was clear that we were building a process in which we agree...
'Most of process for leaving country will be done online'
Weigh and tag your own baggage: Ben Gurion Airport set for digital upgrade in 2023
Ben Gurion, Israel's primary international airport, is expected to undergo a digital transformation next year that will see waiting times significantly reduced, the Israel Airports Authority announced Sunday. According to a statement issued by IAA, the authority's CEO Hagai Topolansky has allocated over NIS 50 million (over $15...
On eve of its start, plan to let Palestinians use Eilat’s Ramon Airport shelved
Cyprus set to buy Iron Dome from Israel — report
Greek newspaper says Israeli-made air defense batteries to be used by Cypriot military to protect against Turkish threat
'It will become a very hip, sacred space very quickly'
Boston’s Jews are getting a ‘Jewish tavern’ – to study religious texts, drink beer
Combining the Old Country secular Torah study house and the kretshme, or Yiddish pub, the Boston Lehrhaus seeks to woo all denominations with food, cocktails and meaningful classes
Pro-Trump wins in blue states threaten GOP hopes in November
Republicans find more success in Democratic strongholds like Maryland and Massachusetts when they run moderates who appeal to voters in both parties
Hospital denies abortion to Louisiana woman whose 10-week-old fetus missing a skull
Israeli climber killed in Indonesia, where Jerusalem has no diplomatic relations
At least 34 dead, dozens injured in two Turkey road accidents
Somali forces say they regained control of hotel after deadly jihadist siege
Deputy mayor of Umm al-Fahm assaulted at home, lightly hurt
Ethiopian Airlines suspends pilots who fell asleep during flight, missing landing
Treasury, teachers set to resume talks, hoping to ensure school year opens
Drought exposes dozens of Nazi ships sunk in Danube River
Young and restless
Finland asks: Does a PM have a right to party?
Twist and shout
These sweet and savory rugelach get rolled with unusual fillings
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