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Tuesday, August 30, 2022
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Strike looms after court rejects state’s request to order teachers to work
Treasury source claims maximum offered after reports that sides still far apart on some issues, with one day to go before planned opening of school
Strike looms after court rejects state's request to order teachers to work
High Court rejects hunger striker's release, says he should 'come to his senses'
Education Ministry, National Unity party criticize court gambit to block strike
'There is no going home for these people'
How Jewish communities across the US helped resettle 1,900 Afghan evacuees this year
On the first anniversary of the end of the chaotic US pullout from Afghanistan as Taliban regained power, evacuees and Jewish volunteers reflect on the struggles of starting over
Surviving members of Afghan family devastated in US drone strike head to America
Sanctions on Taliban putting 6 million Afghans at risk of famine, UN warns
Edith M. Lederer
Jewish man killed by Muslim roommate in France; community questions official silence
A Jewish man was killed in France by his Muslim roommate, who told police he committed the crime over 100 euros he was owed and because the victim was Jewish, a French Jewish anti-Semitism watchdog group reported Monday. Eyal Haddad, 34, was murdered in Longperrier, just northeast of...
Palestinians suspected of shooting attack surrender to troops after Nablus gunfight
Nabeel Sawalhi and Nihad Owais suspected of weekend shooting attack on settlement’s security vehicle; police launch small missiles at building during exchange of fire
Two Israelis moderately hurt in shooting during unauthorized visit to Joseph’s Tomb
White House pressures Israel to fulfill Jordan crossing promise – report
Israel sentences Gaza aid worker to 12 years for funding Hamas terror
Mohammed Halabi, local director of international Christian charity World Vision who was controversially held for 5 years before finally being sentenced, intends to appeal decision
Offices said to squabble over releasing photo of meeting
Lapid and Netanyahu spar after briefing on emerging Iran nuclear deal
Opposition leader says sit-down made him ‘more worried than before’; PM’s Yesh Atid party: Netanyahu ‘continues to sabotage and endanger the security of Israeli citizens’
Iran steps up uranium enrichment with new centrifuges at Natanz
Iran shuts border with Iraq after 20 killed in violence over Sadr’s resignation
No one’s pulling the brakes on the ‘doomsday settlement’
A near-final step toward greenlighting the E1 settlement plan that would obstruct a contiguous Palestinian state is scheduled for Sept. 12
Ilai Z. Saltzman
On Iran, Yair Lapid is practicing domestic politics
The PM is acting more like a politician concerned about his electability than a statesman who needs to make the hard decision even if it is unpopular
Rocker Aviv Geffen changes his tune with West Bank concerts for ‘brother’ settlers
Rocker Aviv Geffen, previously known for his left-wing views and lyrics, has apparently made an abrupt political shift with two performances in the past week in the West Bank settlements of Kedumim and Beit El, and others at IDF bases, where he spoke about a need for national unity and referred to...
Ramat Migron illegal settlement outpost demolished for third time this month
Jewish Israeli voters have moved significantly rightward in recent years, data shows
Percentage of those who identify as right-wing has grown from 46% in 2019 to 62% now, with both center and left shrinking
Daily Briefing Aug 30: Defiance at Ramat Migron; parties vying for the Arab vote
Israeli study: Western powers can protect own people by donating COVID shots abroad
Game theory analysis finds big, vaccine-rich countries could protect citizens’ lives more effectively by dispatching spare doses to developing countries than by stockpiling them
Herzog calls to ‘reclaim Zionism,’ turn it from a slur to a source of pride
Judah Ari Gross
President makes his remarks in headline speech at event marking 125th anniversary of the First Zionist Congress in Switzerland
In Basel, Herzog recreates Herzl balcony photo, urges Israel-Diaspora unity in op-ed
US court dismisses $200m Nazi-treasure dispute, filed by heirs of Jewish art dealers
Similar lawsuit over Guelph Treasure, medieval trove of Christian artifacts, was thrown out in Germany, where court rejected claims that 1935 sale was forced and below market value
Russia displeased with 1st combat drones delivered by Iran for Ukraine war – report
Moscow unhappy with early performance of advanced attack and stealth UAVs, says Washington Post; delivery said marred by serious technical failures in early tests
Ukraine launches operation to push back Russian troops in Kherson
Russia struggles to recruit soldiers for Ukraine, says Pentagon
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Teachers union chief signals optimism in talks to avert strike, but gaps remain
As school year meant to start Thursday, Yaffa Ben David says aim is to iron out details quickly, with significant hurdles cleared; sides still at loggerheads over vacation days
Ministers optimistic they can reach deal to avert strike at start of school year
'Some shlemiel must have gotten them mixed up'
Why does a 120-year-old church in Alaska have a prominent Star of David window?
Locals only have theories about how a seemingly out-of-place icon in the remote town of Sitka got there, but one thing is certain: The beloved landmark spurs conversation
Mount Halo rises
Oregon’s Swastika Mountain to soon be renamed
History of 4,000-feet mountain predates Nazi Germany, may soon be dubbed Mount Halo after a chief who led the area’s Indigenous Yoncalla Kalapuya tribe in the 1800s
Congregation at oldest US synagogue can stay for now, says judge
Man filmed threatening Arab driver with machete says he thought he was a terrorist
A third of Pakistan is underwater as tens of millions swamped by deadly floods
Health officials inspect Tnuva factory after animal parts found in frozen veggies
Families of Munich Olympic victims said close to compensation deal with Germany
Caregiver for autistic Palestinian killed by police sues, citing emotional trauma
In Tokyo, Gantz signs defense deal with Japan as global tensions simmer
Gasoline prices set to drop midnight Wednesday, but not by as much as expected
Jerusalem startup pulls in initial funding for ‘world’s first’ cultivated scallops
Palestinian worker crushed to death by excavator at Rishon Lezion landfill
Israeli startup Theranica, maker of migraine-zapping device, nabs $45m investment
Proud Boy-linked US Capitol rioter who encountered Schumer jailed for over 4 years
NASA scrubs launch of new moon rocket after unexplained engine problem
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