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Tuesday, November 15, 2022
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3 killed, 3 wounded in West Bank attack; terrorist shot dead
Victims of stabbing and car-ramming spree treated at three locations in Ariel Industrial Park and on nearby highway; IDF troops enter attacker’s town
Security guard probed for failure to shoot terrorist as deadly rampage began
Three fathers named as victims of West Bank terror attack
Live updates (closed)
Russian missiles hit Polish town near Ukrainian border, reportedly killing 2
Incident comes during massive barrage on Kyiv that also cuts power to much of Moldova; Poland holds emergency meeting, NATO ‘looking into’ matter; Moscow brands claim ‘provocation’
EU chief 'shocked' by reports of deaths as Poland hit by 'missile or munition'
Zelensky slams Russia's alleged strike on Poland as 'very significant escalation'
Reports: Netanyahu-Smotrich meeting didn't solve impasse over defense portfolio
In rare critique, top US Jewish leader warns against proposed limit on Law of Return
Judah Ari Gross
Conference of Presidents CEO Daroff says ‘very concerned’ by religious parties’ call to scrap ‘grandchild clause,’ at conference that highlights potential strains in Israel-US ties
Daily Briefing Nov. 15: New Knesset as coalition talks stall; UN diplomatic pinball
Jordanian king, Sudanese military ruler congratulate Netanyahu on election win
The Washington Institute
Herzl’s Chutzpah: Unpacking a Founder’s Vision
How did Theodor Herzl come to be the father of modern Zionism? David and “Herzl’s Vision” author Shlomo Avineri take a deeper look.
'We should be amazed and worried by the finding'
Sperm counts worldwide have plunged 62% in under 50 years, Israeli-led study finds
Finding is bad news for fertility and men’s health, says co-author Prof. Hagai Levine, adding that if the decline continues, it ‘could threaten humankind’s survival.’
Hospitalizations in Israel fell by 22% over a decade, Health Ministry report finds
Chappelle is right. There ARE a lot of Jews in Hollywood
The outsized role Jews play in multiple fields can be explained, and Jews – tasked with the mission of spreading light – are not above criticism
The Republican Jewish Coalition’s identity crisis
In spending an astounding $3 million on Dr. Oz’s failed US Senate campaign, the group proved it has abandoned its pledge to further Jewish interests
What’s next for Israel’s left (and Israel)?
Those opposed to the religious nationalism and right-wing populism of this coalition must forge a vision of shared society and build alliances for social solidarity
When the government believes its own slogans the country’s in trouble
Too many of our future ministers will likely be unwilling to test their assumptions or leave room for doubt – that’s a recipe for disaster
Knesset swearing-in heralds political stability, though discourse unlikely to soften
Netanyahu-led bloc holds clear majority but hasn’t finished talks to vote in a government alongside new parliament; 25th Knesset features 23 freshmen, dip in female representation
Netanyahu said to offer Deri defense minister, wants to give Smotrich treasury
Israeli liberals fear new government will undo progress on social, climate issues
Otzma Yehudit chief calls Dorfman his 'righthand man'
Lawyer for group bankrolling Jewish terrorists running coalition talks for Ben Gvir
Chanamel Dorfman is Otzma Yehudit’s representative in negotiations with Netanyahu; new MK in same party hires spokesman who was arrested for ransacking Palestinian’s warehouse
After deadly Ariel terror attack, right-wing politicians vow to ‘restore security’
Ben Gvir’s wife brings gun to gathering of incoming coalition leaders’ spouses
FBI probes killing of Palestinian-American reporter Abu Akleh; Israel: Grave mistake
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation is launching an investigation into the killing of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, apparently by an Israeli soldier, officials said Monday, with Israel immediately rejecting cooperation with the probe. US officials updated their Israeli counterparts earlier this month about the decision, an...
Family of Palestinian-US reporter Abu Akleh says FBI probe of death ‘important step’
Finding predates currently available data by 600,000 years
Fish teeth found near Jordan River yield world’s earliest evidence of cooking
Israel-led team of researchers find that some 780,000 years ago, prehistoric humans used sophisticated methods to cook huge fish from Hula Lake, in what is now northern Israel
ADL chief blasts Dave Chappelle monologue as ‘normalizing’ antisemitism
The head of the Anti-Defamation League on Sunday blasted comedian Dave Chappelle for a monologue about Jews, saying the bit “popularizes” antisemitism, though most Jewish leaders avoided weighing in on the matter. Chappelle opened “Saturday Night Live” with a lengthy monologue commenting on the antisemitism controversies surrounding Kanye...
Israelis wasted NIS 21 billion worth of food last year, meal rescue group says
Leket Israel study finds country failing at implementing policies that could help feed 450,000 needy households by saving 1 billion tons of food fit for human consumption
Egyptians keep tight leash on climate confab, muffling traditional din of protests
'Their decision to enlist was not an easy one'
Braving bigotry and enemy fire, Jews served the Union valiantly during the Civil War
Book ‘Jewish Soldiers in the Civil War,’ out November 15, shows how Jewish troops fought in an army that served pork, rested Sundays and was led by a general who didn’t want them
German Jew blasts cops for detaining him for sparring with antisemitic protesters
Marian Offman, Munich’s interfaith commissioner, says he called demonstrator who made Nazi reference an ‘asshole,’ was dragged away by officers; lawmaker demands police explanation
Georgia says it foiled Iranian attempt to murder Israeli on its soil
Security agency says several people arrested in raid, including Pakistani citizen acting on orders of Iranian operating abroad
‘Two dead’ as Iran protests swell on anniversary of lethal 2019 crackdown
Israel abstains on pro-Ukraine UN resolution after Kyiv backed Palestinian measure
One Israeli official says abstention on reparations for Ukraine unrelated to Kyiv-backed vote requesting ICJ legal opinion on Israeli ‘occupation’
After Netanyahu win, Kremlin touts hopes for ‘common approach’
In shift, Estonia to no longer vote against Israel at UN
Probe into deadly Jerusalem checkpoint shooting finds ‘severe errors’; 3 cops fired
IDF chief Kohavi says ‘lack of professionalism’ among forces at crossing near Shuafat led to killing of Sgt. Noa Lazar; troops to be permanently withdrawn, replaced by police
IDF prepares to raze home of terrorist who stabbed Israeli man to death
French, Italian energy firms sign deal with Israel on gas field shared with Lebanon
Collapse of crypto exchange FTX endangers founder’s philanthropic gifts
At least 1 killed, 8 wounded as Iranian missiles strike northern Iraq
Hosting Hamas and Taliban, negotiating ceasefires: Qatar’s outsized, contrarian role
S&P reaffirms Israel’s AA- rating, citing ‘wealthy, resilient’ economy
Both Ukrainian, Russian forces tortured prisoners of war, UN investigators find
World population slated to surpass 8 billion Tuesday amid mounting global challenges
El Al among six airlines fined by US for too-long delay of COVID ticket refunds
Second woman to testify about alleged rape by Rabbi Zvi Tau
Taliban leader orders full enforcement of Sharia law in Afghanistan
Two killed in collision with car-transporter on deadly southern highway
One for the books
Netanyahu cites his ‘3 political deaths’ as his book hits 40,000 copies
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