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Sunday, September 18, 2022
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'It's not every day that you walk onto an Indiana Jones set'
Frozen in time: 3,300-year-old burial cave from Ramses II era found at popular beach
During construction work at Palmachim National Park near Tel Aviv, a fallen rock reveals an ancient treasure trove from the era of the biblically notorious pharoah
Marvel vows ‘new approach’ to Sabra character amid torrent of anti-Israel criticism
Marvel Studios said it will take "a new approach" to its controversial character Sabra, to be played by Israeli actress Shira Haas, after Palestinian groups criticized the decision to bring the Israeli comic book character to the big screen. "While our characters and stories are inspired by the comics,...
Some of Netanyahu’s most bitter adversaries have smoothed a path for his return
There are still more than six weeks to go until election day, and the Likud opposition is wisely refraining from premature kvelling, but Thursday's eleventh-hour split in the mainly Arab Joint List has boosted the prospects for a return to power after November 1 by Benjamin Netanyahu. His right-religious bloc of loyalists -- Likud, Religious Zionism, Shas and United Torah...
Daily Briefing Sept. 18: Was this just the defining moment of the 2022 elections?
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Yisrael Beytenu petitions to disqualify Balad party chief from running in election
Sami Abou Shehadeh’s party dismisses ‘attempt to silence’ him; Netanyahu-led bloc seen as unlikely to back move, preferring Balad have a chance to fall below electoral threshold
Herzog tells MKs he’ll work to establish unity government after elections – report
Anti-Netanyahu protesters assaulted at two roadside demonstrations
Live updates (closed)
Lapid seeking meeting with Jordan’s King Abdullah on sidelines of UN
Prime minister looking to sit down in New York with Jordanian monarch as police say they will boost presence around Jerusalem’s Old City amid concerns over clashes, terror attack
Ukraine's First Lady views Queen Elizabeth's casket in London
Sa'ar vows that he will not support potential coalition with Hadash-Ta'al
Herzog eulogizes Queen Elizabeth in London: 'Her reign was truly majestic'
State of the campaign
How close is Netanyahu to the magic 61?
Finally, after three months of wrangling, the election campaign is truly underway. On Thursday, the parties submitted their official candidate lists for the elections, meaning there can be no more mergers or breakups. Under the guidance of Benjamin Netanyahu, Religious Zionism and Otzma Yehudit agreed to run as a single slate, as did two different strands...
At unique camp, Bedouin and Jewish girls discover they like each other
A first-ever sports summer camp empowered the teens to live together, play together, and dream together — and even got them to put down their phones
Queen Elizabeth mattered. Civil religion explains why.
It’s possible to think of the late monarch as a sort of intermediary between profane humans and divine aspirations, as a symbol of order and justice
Facebook directly linked to decline in mental health, new study says
While previous research established correlation between social media platform and increased anxiety and depression, study in American Economic Review finds direct causation
Facebook bans, reverses decision on Holocaust movie ads that ‘violated’ race policy
Chile reschedules ceremony to accredit Israeli ambassador after diplomatic snub
Envoy will present credentials on September 30, Santiago says, explaining that last-minute cancellation was due to killing of Palestinian teen on ceremony’s original date
Lapid, Turkey’s Erdogan to hold 1st meeting on sidelines of UN General Assembly
Ayalon reopens after sinkhole sealed, HaShalom exit to remain closed until Tuesday
Trains resume operations; ongoing construction of Tel Aviv’s second-tallest tower believed to be what caused sinkhole
PM announces road safety plan, recalling sister killed in car accident
‘Victim blaming’: University of Vermont assailed for denying antisemitism charges
Over 20 Jewish groups, including the ADL, Hillel and Jewish Federations, decry college for calling allegations of discrimination ‘patently false’
‘Death to dictator’: Protests after funeral of Iran woman held by ‘morality police’
Angry protests seen in Kurdistan Province city following burial of Mahsa Amini, 22, arrested in Tehran last week for alleged fault with hijab; forces open fire, tear gas crowds
IDF chief Kohavi heads to France and Poland to discuss Iranian threat, Hezbollah
Iran-linked plane crew returns to Venezuela 3 months after grounding in Argentina
Woody Allen, 86, announces retirement from filmmaking to focus on writing
Four-time Academy Award-winning actor and director quits the movies, will write novel; has been plagued by accusations of sexual abuse by adopted daughter
This Holocaust survivor and Brazilian swimming champion is still competing at 98
Marcus M. Gilban
Nora Tausz Ronai started swimming competitively at age 69 and has won 13 gold medals, broken 12 world records at Masters World Championships – and just keeps swimming
‘Don’t. Don’t’: Biden warns Putin against using nuclear weapons in Ukraine
US president says such a step by Putin, who’s losing ground in Ukraine, ‘would change the face of war unlike anything since World War II’; they’d become even ‘more of a pariah’
Military, diplomatic pressures mount for Putin as Ukraine counter-offensive advances
Putin, Xi look to challenge world order at regional summit but are quickly hobbled
Israel to reopen northern West Bank checkpoints, days after deadly gun battle
Report: West German police knew Black September member lived in Berlin after release
‘God, homeland, family’: Prospect of far-right female premier divides Italian women
All eight of queen’s grandchildren hold silent vigil beside her coffin
3-year-old girl dies after being forgotten in car in southern town
Princes William, Harry lead Queen Elizabeth II’s eight grandchildren in coffin vigil
Tunisia’s ancient hanging gardens face challenges of climate change
Habib Haj Salem
Hospital stops accepting new IVF applicants after embryo mixup
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