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Former IDF chief says making Smotrich defense minister would be a worrying ‘gamble’
Eisenkot warns far-right MK’s inexperience, hardline views would ‘create chaotic environment’; ex-Shin Bet man describes Smotrich’s potentially dangerous bid to thwart Gaza pullout
UN panel asks Int’l Court of Justice to urgently weigh in on Israeli ‘annexation’
ICJ to issue ‘advisory opinion’ on ‘occupation, settlement of Palestinian territory’; Israel says ‘only purpose is to demonize,’ raps panel for ignoring Jewish ties to Temple Mount
Israeli envoy lashes Kyiv for backing UN panel call on ICJ to opine on ‘annexation’
UN rights council to hold special session on Iran amid protest crackdown
Judah Ari Gross
Bid to scrap Law of Return grandchild clause likely to fail, but part of wider fight
The far-right Religious Zionist party and ultra-Orthodox parties have issued a fresh demand in their coalition negotiations with Likud leader Benjamin Netanyahu -- to remove the "grandchild clause" of Israel's Law of Return and thereby to restrict immigration only to people born to Jewish parents, not those with a Jewish grandparent, or who have...
Likud, religious allies said to agree on near-doubling stipends for yeshiva students
Report says likely new coalition to raise monthly handouts to $380, slightly more than soldiers in non-combat units receive, costing taxpayers an additional $439 million a year
$2.3 million plan to improve ties with non-Orthodox Jews uncertain after election
US Democrats one seat away from Senate control after Arizona win
JONATHAN J. COOPER
PHOENIX (AP) — Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly won his bid for reelection Friday in the crucial swing state of Arizona, defeating Republican venture capitalist Blake Masters to put his party one victory away from clinching control of the chamber for the next two years of Joe Biden's presidency. With Vice President Kamala Harris'...
Trump files suit to avoid subpoena from House panel probing US Capitol riot
Fake AIPAC endorsement of apartheid spreads, Jewish exec exits, amid Twitter turmoil
JTA -- For a short time Thursday night, Twitter users could see a post that would confuse anyone plugged into the world of Israel advocacy. “We love apartheid,” tweeted an account with the handle AIPAC, the acronym for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. The account’s profile picture...
To anti-Zionists, Ben Gvir is not a problem, he is an opportunity
The same Israel critics who minimize the crimes of Palestinian terrorists welcome Ben Gvir’s rise — it helps them demonize the Jewish state
A reaction to a reaction to the Israeli elections
An OU message calls for upholding Shabbat observance, kashrut, and conversion standards. Isn’t there more to Israel’s ’essential Jewish character’?
After 4-year gap, Turkey appoints new ambassador to Israel amid rapprochement
New envoy named as Sakir Ozkan Torunlar, who was previously Turkish consul general in Jerusalem; appointment comes after Erdogan insisted Israeli election wouldn’t impact ties
Decade-old testimony from PA probe into Arafat’s death leaked to Palestinian press
Outlets unveil accounts from top PA officials convinced of unproven claim that ex-leader was poisoned; source says leak aimed at settling scores amid Ramallah succession fight
73,000 bullets, 72 grenades stolen from Golan Heights army base in latest theft
Suspects involved in burglary at Tznobar military site arrested, as Military Police, Shin Bet probe matter; last month, 30,000 rounds were stolen from base in south
IDF nabs wanted Islamic Jihad member in daylight raid near Jenin
Officials say Muhammad Abu Zina worked to finance and arm PIJ operatives in northern West Bank after being freed from prison in August
Tour the well-fortified Tel Gezer, the biblical Canaanite holdout that wouldn’t fall
Aviva and Shmuel Bar-Am
One of the rare sites with written evidence matching it to its Bible location, the massive 32-acre park is free for all and boasts layers of history down to King Solomon’s time
Ukrainian FM says West on way to ‘joint victory’ over Russia after Kherson retaken
Meeting Blinken at summit in Cambodia, Dmytro Kuleba hails military aid from US and others that enabled recapture of occupied city
Ukraine features prominently as far-right Poles stage Independence Day march
Photographer’s images of Ukraine bear witness to war zone
Russian-born Israeli Pavel Wolberg’s new exhibit in Haifa of Russia’s previous incursion foreshadows the 2022 war
Iran charges 11 for killing militiaman at ceremony for slain protester
Indictments filed against suspects for allegedly taking part in deadly assault on Basij member in Karaj last week
British FM summons Iran envoy over threats to journalists
Germany’s Scholz warns Iran that more EU sanctions coming
New digital platform seeks to connect region’s business with climate opportunities
Climatech MEA, brainchild of two lawyers who met at State Comptroller’s office, looks to build network of climate change actors working in energy, water and food security
Netafim to introduce carbon credits for rice growers using drip irrigation
Israel’s DeserTech partners with UN to help African nations build ‘Great Green Wall’
'He's alive, but he doesn't feel like it'
Hunted by the mafia, Italian author teams up with Israeli artist in graphic memoir
In new cooperative work ‘I’m Still Alive,’ Roberto Saviano and Israeli Asaf Hanuka depict the author’s life on the run since famously exposing the Camorra crime syndicate
At COP27 in Egypt, Biden says climate efforts ‘more urgent than ever’
Seung Min Kim
Hezbollah chief says doesn’t believe maritime deal at risk after Netanyahu win
Iran-born brothers indicted by Sweden over spying for Russia
JAN M. OLSEN
Egypt hunger-striker’s family requests presidential pardon as health concerns mount
Noose found at Obama Presidential Center construction site in Chicago
Crypto exchange giant FTX collapses, files for bankruptcy
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