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Friday, August 26, 2022
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Republican National Committee calls comments 'despicable'
Stumping for midterms, Biden says Trump is leading Republicans into ‘semi-fascism’
‘This is not your father’s Republican party,’ president tells donors at backyard fundraiser, warning of dangers of ‘extreme MAGA philosophy’
Heavily redacted affidavit on raid of Trump home to be published
Minnesota governor bashes rival for comparing COVID rules to Holocaust
Mossad chief says looming Iran deal ‘based on lies,’ is ‘very bad for Israel’
Barnea warns pact allows Tehran to amass nuclear material for a bomb within a few years, says his agency ‘is preparing and knows how to remove that threat’
Visiting US, Gantz emphasizes Israel-US cooperation ‘in face of Iran’s aggression’
‘The ball is in Iran’s court,’ Macron says on prospects for revived nuclear deal
Israeli scientists say brain analysis tool can spot cognitive decline — using music
Doctors today rely on face-to-face questions and answers to diagnose cognitive decline, but new peer-reviewed research suggests music may help make EEG-based testing viable
'I was collecting material this whole time'
Taking a page, iconic Tel Aviv bookseller releases his 1st original story collection
Yosef Halper has served English readers from his rough location on Allenby Street for 30 years. Now the street and some of its regulars feature in his new book ‘The Bibliomaniacs’
Netanyahu meets Ben Gvir, Smotrich in bid to press far-right merger
Opposition chief hosts the leaders of Otzma Yehudit and Religious Zionism at his Caesarea home, as he urges them to reunite before election
Yamina’s Abir Kara parts ways with Shaked’s Zionist Spirit
Lapid says Joint List doesn’t want to be in his coalition, urges Labor-Meretz merger
New report shares shocking details of 2012 massacre of 700 Syrians by Assad regime
New details of the 2012 massacre in the Syrian town of Daraya, during the early stages of the country's civil war, have emerged in a comprehensive report issued on Thursday. The investigation sponsored by the Syrian British Consortium collected evidence and testimonies from witnesses of the atrocities committed...
Syria accuses Israel of launching airstrike, says two civilians hurt
UN Mideast envoy warns of Lebanon tensions as Israel, Hezbollah spar over gas field
Could a road diet fix Jerusalem’s packed and perilous Hebron Road? Here’s the skinny
Activists want to turn the street into a pedestrian-friendly space with cafes, bike paths and more by squeezing out cars and investing heavily in public transportation
Shira Pasternak Be'eri
Celebrating our marriage by preparing my divorce
My husband wasn’t incapacitated by injury or illness, but a serious brush with what-might-have-been made me revisit the terms of our marriage under Jewish law
Providence on 1360’s Black Monday
If Maimonides is right, and divine intervention depends on us being worthy of it, it’s no wonder that so few believe in it. Just ask musician Nick Cave (Re’eh)
Israeli work permits for Gazan Palestinians: a lifeline, a leverage tool or both?
Many Palestinians earn 10 times as much in Israel as they would in Gaza: ‘One month of work there equals three years of work here,’ says one permit holder
Islamic Jihad: Israel breaking ceasefire deal, ‘must bear full responsibility’
Desperate for fuel, Gazans burn plastic despite serious environmental, health risks
Belal AL SABBAGH
Iranian dissidents file lawsuit against Raisi for human rights violations
Exiled group accuses Iranian president of torture and murder in a 1988 crackdown on Iranian dissidents, urges US to take action ahead of his arrival in New York next month for UN
Four Iran-backed fighters killed in US strikes in Syria, Pentagon says
Lolita C. Baldor
Iranian drone sales to Russia underline worries for nuke deal critics
'It was like having my grandparents back'
US Jews pay homage to Holocaust survivor ancestors as they aid Ukrainian refugees
Jewish organizations and volunteers step up as a new influx of people fleeing the Russian invasion reach America, while the memory of a complex shared history still lingers
East Jerusalem resident planned shooting attack in capital, police say
Suspect was allegedly part of Hamas-affiliated Kutla Islamiya student cell, whose members have tried to carry out attacks in Israel before
Police close case against settler suspected of killing Palestinian in June
Jordan chafes at Israel’s move to let Palestinians fly via Eilat’s Ramon Airport
Patriots owner Kraft pours $1m into AIPAC’s super PAC; Soros gives $1m to J Street’s
Majority of candidates backed by AIPAC’s United Democracy Project have won their primaries, while Rep. Jamaal Bowman, backed by J Street Action Fund, survived challenge on Tuesday
Israeli tech worker goes viral with AI bot that churns out ‘cringe’ LinkedIn posts
Scientists again manage to create synthetic mouse embryos using only stem cells
Study by California researchers follows on from similar work by Israeli biologists at Weizmann Institute: ‘We are undoubtedly facing a new technological revolution’
'The problem in this region runs deeper than we think'
A Texas rabbi is fighting Jewish stereotypes on China’s TikTok
Matt Trusch lived in China for years, but it’s been tough to go back to visit during the pandemic era. Now he’s found a way to connect with Chinese speakers that has gone viral
Police suspect man found dead was Ponzi schemer and Epstein mentor Hoffenberg
52-year-old man shot to death in broad daylight in Lod
Jewish groups slam Argentine president for comparing COVID deaths to Holocaust
Three more US states with Republican governors enact abortion ‘trigger laws’
1 in 3 Israeli Jews would forgo psychological support due to stigma, poll finds
Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant cut off from power grid due to fire damage
Maccabi Haifa to face PSG’s Messi, Neymar in Champion’s League group stage
Explosion targets Australian diplomats in Baghdad’s Green Zone
Suspect in woman’s stabbing death tries to kill himself
Former top cop jailed for sex crimes released early despite state’s objections
Ex-cop connected to police killings resigns job securing Louisville Jewish community
Turkish pop star arrested over joke about ‘perversion’ in religious schools
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