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Sunday, August 28, 2022
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PM: Iran draft deal 'is not what Biden wanted'
Mossad chief to visit Washington as Israel steps up efforts to reshape Iran deal
Lapid calls for US to lay down a ‘credible military threat’ to force a better agreement; violence is ‘the language Iran understands,’ senior government official says
PM Lapid said in talks to meet Biden as new Iran nuclear accord looms
Lapid attends event for LGBTQ group: ‘Most of the public is with us’
‘Every person has the basic right to be a parent, start a family,’ he tells gay youth organization at what he says is first official community gathering attended by serving PM
Facing dire polls, ex-Yisrael Beytenu MK Avidar looks to ally with Islamist Ra’am
Meretz leader denounces merged far-right slate as ‘alliance of thugs’
Israel to experience intense heatwave in coming week
Higher-than-average temperatures will last until at least Thursday, with firefighters anticipating potential blazes
Images show heavy damage to Syrian weapons base in airstrike attributed to Israel
Satellite images obtained by The Times of Israel on Saturday showed heavily damaged structures at a Syrian weapons base near the northwestern city of Masyaf in a Thursday airstrike attributed to Israel. The images taken by Planet Labs PBC and provided by Aurora Intel, a network that provides...
Hezbollah chief meets Hamas officials days after sit-down with Islamic Jihad leader
FBI probes Ukrainian-born ‘heiress’ who posed as Rothschild, gained access to Trump
The FBI has launched an investigation into the business dealings of a Ukrainian-born woman who reportedly posed as a member of the Rothschild family, the famous Jewish international banking dynasty, and who appeared to have gained access to Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate and to the former US president himself under false pretenses. An...
Federal judge plans to appoint special master in Trump records case
FBI: Trump mixed top secret docs with magazines, other items
State of the campaign
As the campaign reaches the halfway point, how ‘predictive’ are the polls right now?
This week marks two months since the 2022 election was called, and the halfway point of the mammoth four-month campaign. For those of us following closely, it feels like a lot longer. We shouldn’t really be surprised. The fifth campaign in three years, this was always going to be a long slog. And with a weary...
Daily Briefing Aug. 28: Why ToI continues to sound the alarm about MK Ben Gvir
Brand new school year – same old crisis
No salary raise will fix a situation in which society undervalues the teaching profession and those who choose it
Herzl plus one hundred and twenty-five: Not just a handsome face…
In ’Altneuland,’ the father of modern political Zionism anticipates and expounds upon some of the thorniest challenges to being ’a free people in our own land’
Live updates (closed)
Government sources report progress in talks with teachers; union head not optimistic
Souces in Prime Minister’s Office quoted saying NIS 800 million gap is bridgeable, but Teachers Union chief sticks to her guns amid threat to strike, disrupt start of school year
In Basel, Israeli minister urges paradigm change on Israel-Diaspora relations
Footage shows Israeli driver threatening family with machete
Poll predicts all-time-low Arab turnout in upcoming vote, potentially helping Netanyahu
6-year-old Israeli girl struck by bullet while playing in yard of settlement home
Child from Kochav Yaakov listed in light-to-moderate condition after being taken to hospital; military says she was apparently hit by stray shot from direction of Ramallah
'We all got to do the things that we believe'
In England, world’s greenest soccer team is vocal critic of Israel’s blue and white
Forest Green Rovers is the first UN-certified carbon neutral club, only serves vegan concessions, and proudly flies a Palestinian flag at its ground
Russian artillery hits near nuclear power plant, amid fears of disaster
Sitting on frontline between Russia and Ukraine, Zaporizhzhia plant has previously been damaged in fighting; iodine tablets distributed to residents in case of radiation leak
Russia blocks adoption at UN of nuclear disarmament text
Oligarch super yachts avoid international sanctions in neutral Turkey
Under US sanctions for his ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Russian-Israeli oligarch Roman Abramovich has reportedly found a safe haven for his super-yachts in Turkey, which has maintained diplomatic ties with Moscow throughout the war in Ukraine. Turkey has become the go-to location for some sanctioned Russian...
IDF, police bust gun-runners on Jordan border amid rise in smuggling efforts
Security forces detain suspected leader of operation following attempt to bring 10 pistols over border last weekend; military says some 300 guns seized so far this year
Man found dead in his car, in third lethal shooting in three days
Incident in Baqa Al-Gharbiya brings to 72 the number of people killed in homicides in Arab community this year
40-year-old man fatally shot in Ramle; police detain 5 relatives for questioning
Treasury says it could seek back-to-work orders for teachers if talks fail
Finance Ministry official Kobi Bar-Nathan vows to do ‘everything in our power’ to avoid a strike on September 1
'It's felt like building the Temple in biblical times'
Detroit’s last inner-city synagogue hopes to lead its Jewish communal future
With a planned $5 million renovation set to be complete in 2024, a young contingent is revitalizing the century-old congregation and renewing Jewish life in the urban center
Herzog will set off for Basel to mark 125 years since First Zionist Congress
Economic crisis leaves Egyptians in the dark
Nearly 1,000 dead from monsoon flooding in Pakistan, toll rising
US agents seize potentially 3,000-year-old Egyptian artifact shipped from Europe
No hot dogs here
UAE dogs enjoy air-conditioned workout amid rising temperatures
Facebook and Cambridge Analytica settle after 2016 privacy breach
Far-right Swedish party surges in polls ahead of election
Antivax doctor’s license permanently revoked after court rejects appeal
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