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NGO says 'already seeing effects of Ben Gvir's appointment'
IDF suspends soldiers for beating and taunting left-wing activists in Hebron
Footage shows soldier tackling Breaking the Silence guide and punching him in the face, as another boasts that incoming extremist minister will ‘sort things out’ in flashpoint city
Cars set alight, anti-Arab graffiti sprayed in towns near Jerusalem
Ben Gvir to get newly created role of national security minister in deal with Likud
Full agreement between Likud, Otzma Yehudit not yet signed; far-right party head’s portfolio to include control over West Bank Border Police; Religious Zionism talks remain stalled
Peace Now group: Smotrich’s demand could lead to ‘de facto annexation’ of West Bank
How Netanyahu’s far-right, Haredi coalition could help him beat corruption charges
Eleanor H. Reich
‘Show me the evidence’: US captain defends alleged chess cheat Niemann at J’lem meet
American grandmaster Hans Niemann, appearing this week in Jerusalem in his first tournament since launching a $100 million lawsuit against the world chess champion who calls him a cheat, refused interviews and maintained an insistent silence as he played matches closely watched by spectators in person and online. But his US team captain at the...
Two young men found shot dead in car in Arab town of Tira
Temporary presence, not a breakthrough: The Israeli diplomats in Qatar for World Cup
Group of six Foreign Ministry employees attends to consular needs of estimated 10,000 Israelis expected to visit tournament
Palestinian soccer fans, Qatar media, show enmity to Israelis at World Cup
Who will pay our teachers?
Too many quality day school teachers leave the field due to financial struggles, but if starting salary were $70K (plus raises), they’d cover the shortage easily
Elder abuse, then and now
Did Isaac allow Jacob to get away with deceiving him because it was just easier? More convenient? I know I reacted with uncharacteristic timidity when I was swindled (Toledot)
Holon road rage killing suspect set to face murder charge after public outcry
Court initially hears Adi Mizrahi, 23, will face manslaughter indictment, but charge sheet updated after widespread anger; victim’s family say weren’t told of charges in advance
Murder suspect in Holon road rage incident nabbed; dog attacks cops during arrest
Beersheba car-ramming suspect to be charged with terrorist act of attempted murder
A man is expected to be charged with terror offenses after he allegedly carried out a car-ramming attack that moderately wounded an 18-year-old in the southern city of Beersheba, a court was told Friday. Amr Alkirnawi, a 39-year-old resident of Rahat, is expected to be charged with a...
Israeli shoots, wounds another Israeli following apparent argument in West Bank
Manhunt continues for Jerusalem bomb attack suspects; police on high alert in city
'There is a long history of Nazi occultism and atrocities'
In new comedic horror film, Holocaust survivor vampire faces his surprise daughter
Noah Segan writes, directs, and acts in ‘Blood Relatives,’ a not-too-bloody road trip movie with an uplifting message about family and the benefits of uniting in the face of evil
IDF chief says joint activities with US in Mideast to be ‘significantly expanded’
Aviv Kohavi wraps up 5-day final official trip focused on Iranian threat; plans for handling Iran and terror proxies said agreed upon
Israel steps up security for current, ex Mossad officials amid Iran threats – report
Iran team sings anthem at World Cup after previously staying silent amid protests
Crowd boos and jeers as players sing, some with their eyes closed; Iranian fans seen crying in stadium; pro-government fans harass anti-government soccer supporters
Iran beats Wales 2-0 in World Cup game that began with its players singing anthem
Iran arrests star soccer player for ‘propagandizing’ against regime
Tehran Jewish community says it sides with regime amid Iran protests
In letter, Iranian Jewish body condemns deadly unrest by ‘enemies’ seeking to ‘target unity of people’
UN rights body condemns bloody Iran crackdown on protests, establishes probe
Times Will Tell
Podcast: Israelis love these natural popsicles — all year round
This week's Times Will Tell brings us chef Nomi Zysblat, creator of Paletas, a Tel Aviv-based company that makes natural popsicles with fresh, seasonal fruit and ingredients, inspired by the Mexican version of this frozen treat that she discovered while living in New York. We discuss the inspiration for Paletas, driven by seasonal...
Jerusalem-led mentorship program to help Gulf women in tech climb up career ladder
New York pro-Palestinian activist pleads guilty to hate crimes for 3 attacks on Jews
Saadah Masoud beat a Jewish man at an anti-Israel protest earlier this year; new conspiracy charge could open door to further prosecutions
Diplomatic push and IDF threats said behind return of body seized by Palestinians
Reports say UN and US officials interceded with Islamic Jihad and PA, while Israeli military had prepared a wide-scale operation to bring home remains of teen Tiran Fero
Thousands mourn Druze teen whose body was abducted by Palestinians
Musk to grant amnesty to suspended Twitter accounts, drawing hate speech concerns
SAN FRANCISCO, United States — New Twitter owner Elon Musk said Thursday that he is granting "amnesty” for suspended accounts, which online safety experts predict will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation. The billionaire's announcement came after he asked in a poll posted to his...
Adidas says it’s probing allegations it ignored Kanye West’s inappropriate behavior
A month after Irving scandal, antisemitic book and film still available on Amazon
Zelensky speaks to Herzog about Ukraine’s dire energy situation
Nine months into war, Ukrainian leader offers condolences on Jerusalem terror attack, expresses optimism about working with new government
Ukraine battles to reconnect millions in the cold and dark after Russian strikes
Russian lawmakers approve bill blocking ‘gay propaganda’ across media platforms
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In Detroit, Orthodox NBA hopeful Ryan Turell’s fanbase turns up loud and proud
For a gaggle of Jewish kids, the NBA G-team rookie is a superhero embodying the idea that if you will it (and practice a lot), you too could become a basketball legend
Saudi Arabia urges its investors to buy Manchester United, Liverpool soccer clubs
2 Epstein accusers sue banks they say enabled his sex-trafficking operation
2nd sinkhole opens on main Tel Aviv highway, causing traffic chaos but no injuries
New York writer who says Trump raped her in 1990s files second lawsuit
A concrete challenge: Tel Aviv tech startup uses sensors to ensure better building
Egypt announces freedom, pardons for 30 jailed activists amid human rights scrutiny
Jerusalem Gateway project on track with development plans for first 40-floor towers
Soul, jazz and R&B artist Frank McComb to visit Rimon School of Music
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