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Tel Aviv mayor: I'll stand in front of any water cannon
Gantz urges Israelis ‘from left to right’ to attend anti-government rallies Saturday
‘Making your voice heard at this time is a civic duty,’ National Unity leader says ahead of protests against coalition’s plan for major judicial overhaul
Attorneys in state’s employ warned against protesting judicial overhaul
Lapid: Public didn't give you a mandate to destroy democracy
PM defends judicial overhaul: Amendments will be made responsibly, everyone calm down
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Friday rejected intense professional criticism of his government's plan for sweeping judicial changes, a day after Supreme Court Chief Justice Esther Hayut warned their enactment would deal a “fatal blow” to the country’s democratic character. In a video statement, Netanyahu argued that the...
Israel’s credit rating could take a hit due to judicial shakeup, major agency warns
'Dictatorships don't have independent courts,' he noted
Netanyahu in 2012: ‘Rights cannot be protected without strong, independent courts’
As Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his new hardline government pursue sweeping changes to the judiciary that will remove nearly all High Court tools for oversight of the government, a clip from over 10 years ago where he gives a rousing defense of a "strong and independent" legal system is circulating widely...
Poll: 55% of Likud voters back judicial overhaul, but 27% fear for Israeli democracy
UK's Sunak: 'Appalled' at 'callous and cowardly' execution
Iran executes former deputy defense minister, a dual UK national, accused of spying
Iran said Saturday it had executed a dual Iranian-British national who once served as its deputy minister of defense, despite an international outcry over his death sentence and those of others held amid nationwide protests. Iran’s Mizan news agency, associated with the country’s judiciary, announced Ali Reza Akbari’s...
Warsaw says Polish scientist held by Iran for alleged spying has been freed
Driver returned to vehicle to retrieve cellphone, cigarettes
Driver has ‘miracle’ escape after sinkhole opens in Hod Hasharon, pulling his car in
Police say no injuries in incident caused by ‘malfunction in the underground water infrastructure’; Chaim Boaron, 70, says it happened very fast: ‘My life was miraculously saved’
She exposed China’s crimes against the Uighurs; now she needs the world to save them
When Rushan Abbas spoke out about disappeared in-laws from Xinjiang, Beijing took her sister away, one more person in a system of camps she says has swallowed over 3 million souls
Richelle Budd Caplan
In the shadow of giants
In their 90s and even past age 100, there are still those who continue to bear witness and teach the truth about the Holocaust
Could ChatGPT replace rabbis?
Who better than the AI bot itself to answer that question – the answer it gave might surprise you
Cabinet set to approve appointment of anti-LGBTQ Avi Maoz to educational role
Head of homophobic Noam party to get authority over schools’ external programming, with many municipalities as well as national parents association vowing to oppose him
2 Islamic Jihad gunmen killed in attempted West Bank shooting attack on IDF troops
Local wing of terror group tries to target Israeli forces near Jaba’, south of Jenin; another Palestinian wounded in clash 2 weeks ago dies
'I opened to a radically different mode of human experience'
Do you see the light? Descendant of Hasidic scholar teaches ‘Primordial Torah’
Jen Sonstein Maidenberg
In his 20s, Zvi Ish-Shalom underwent a spiritual transformation rooted in Kabbalah; his new book offers an ‘experiential shift in consciousness’ – for Jews and non-Jews alike
Man stabbed to death, 2nd man seriously injured in Kiryat Bialik brawl
No arrests made; several people said to have been involved in the fight
Murder probe launched after Bedouin man shot dead in south
Hitler is alive, in hiding, in final season of ‘Hunters,’ where Jews kill Nazis
Amazon series, by executive producer Jordan Peele, tells bloody, embellished tale of Jewish-led team of multiracial Nazi hunters in 1970s trying to stop rise of ‘Fourth Reich’
Boston dedicates new monument to Martin Luther King, local Jews march in solidarity
BOSTON (JTA) – A month after Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel stood on the front line of the 1965 march from Selma, Alabama, to demand voting rights for African Americans, another march unfolded in Boston. There, on April 23, 1965, King led more than 20,000 people on a...
Biden’s stray classified document revelations: Disaster or just distraction?
Even if special counsel concludes it was sloppiness rather than criminal, experts say imbroglio will plague US president as Republicans will say it shows he’s not fit for office
Under oath, Trump hurled insults at woman who alleges he raped her
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In twist, scandal-plagued German rabbi cedes rabbinical schools to Berlin Jews
Walter Homolka suddenly sells stake in two institutions housed in the University of Potsdam after sexual harassment investigation against his husband reveals a wider abuse of power
Documentary places lens on transformation from grief to reconciliation
Explosions heard in Kyiv; Ukrainian officials say key infrastructure hit
Brazil prosecutors request probe into Bolsonaro’s role in inciting capital riot
Taliban urged to reverse ban on female aid workers, end restrictions on Afghan women
Edith M. Lederer
Golda Meir biopic starring Helen Mirren to debut at Berlin festival
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