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Wednesday, January 18, 2023
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Deri: ‘I’m glad court ruled as it did. Let the people see and judge’
Shas leader says: ‘When they close the door on us, we’ll get in through the window. When they close the window we’ll break through the ceiling’
Israelis and Palestinians on a 'collision course,' UN envoy says
Arsenal reveal 'antisemitism' incidents after Spurs clash
Biden says Ukraine helicopter crash a 'heartbreaking tragedy'
Shas minister ahead of court ruling: ‘PM knows there’s no government without Deri’
Welfare Minister Margi says Netanyahu will ‘need to make decision,’ while Likud’s Karhi says ruling against party leader would be ‘shameless’
Shas MK: High Court judges ‘shooting themselves in the head’ if they disqualify Deri
AG: Netanyahu still bound by conflict of interest rules set up for his graft trial
Ukraine minister among at least 17 killed as helicopter crashes near kindergarten
Denys Monastyrsky and other top interior ministry officials onboard aircraft that came down in Kyiv suburb; 4 children among dead; security services investigating cause
Russia’s Lavrov says West seeking Hitler-style ‘final solution,’ sparking protests
US quietly shipping ammo to Ukraine from massive stockpile in Israel — report
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Eyeing Iran, Israel moves to shore up ties with neighboring Caucasus, Central Asia
Energy-rich Azerbaijan, chafing at Iranian threats, set to open embassy in Tel Aviv, with Israel seeing chance to expand relations with others in region as well
Blinken says Iran deal no longer a priority, warns Tehran of ‘consequences’
Diplomatic flurry as Jordan envoy briefly delayed at Temple Mount entrance
Jordan's ambassador to Israel visited the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Tuesday after earlier leaving the holy site in protest at being held up by police at the entrance, prompting a diplomatic protest from Amman. The Jordanian foreign ministry said it summoned Israel’s envoy Eitan Surkis after Ghassan Majali...
Daily Briefing Jan. 18: What’s the status of the status quo on the Temple Mount?
Former president Rivlin: Plan reeks of 'settling of scores'
‘It’s not a reform, it’s a pogrom’: Former AG chastises planned judicial upheaval
Yehuda Weinstein, who served under Netanyahu for 6 years, says he opposes all parts of plan; justice minister, Supreme Court chief meet for first time since trading public barbs
Knesset law panel chair seeks to expedite judicial upheaval, with some changes
Delegation of visiting US senators asks not to meet with Smotrich and Ben Gvir
Request by senator leading trip indicates Democrats are less comfortable with makeup of new Israeli government than White House, which has avoided announcing similar boycott
Homeland is bigger than a country
When you share your grandfather’s song of love and longing and find a kindred spirit with deep roots in the same song
Who protects the law? The greatest danger of the judicial reform
Canceling legal advisers’ ability to prevent illegal decisions by politicians and their ministries would be a serious blow to the rule of law
Mom of Gaza captive Mengistu: ‘His voice is different, I want to look into his eyes’
After terror group airs undated footage apparently showing Israeli held in Strip since 2014, Agurnesh Mengistu says son looks the same; Foreign Ministry urges pope, UN to act
Netanyahu says Gaza captive Mengistu ‘is alive,’ Hamas responsible for his fate
MKs accept a ‘considerate’ 5.1% pay hike, having been advised against taking 12.5%
Citing need to keep change in line with 2022 market and Israelis’ ongoing cost of living struggles, MKs accept advice to reduce their raises
Parties have racked up nearly a quarter of a billion shekels in election debts
Could the new government endanger Israel’s status as an LGBTQ haven?
JTA — The minister holding Israel’s purse strings calls himself a “proud homophobe.” Another minister says Pride parades are “vulgar,” while a deputy minister who wants to cancel them was just given power over some aspects of what schoolchildren are taught. And then there are the lawmakers who want doctors to be able to...
VC warns: If Israel democracy is harmed, tech firms will need to flourish elsewhere
TLV Partners says makeover of justice system could force best minds to leave and local tech entrepreneurs to create startups outside of Israel
CEO warns judicial overhaul plan threatens Israel’s position as a business hub
Science of silliness: Israeli study deconstructs medical clowning so MDs use it more
Israeli robot fitted with locust antenna gains scent superpowers
Dog gone? Insect parts are so powerful they could one day replace sniffer dogs and even high-resolution cameras, Tel Aviv scientists predict
'I have rarely seen a language teacher as good as he is'
This 30-something New Yorker doesn’t need a crystal ball to see a Yiddish revival
Performer and educator Mikhl Yashinsky is bringing the ‘always dying’ language out of the yeshiva and back into the limelight
Shin Bet says eighth suspect indicted over 2021 mob assault of Jewish man
Charges filed against Asi Hourani for Acre attack on Mor Ganashvili, who suffered serious injuries
Palestinians clash with IDF during pilgrimage to Joseph’s Tomb; 7 arrested overnight
Ben Gvir orders police chief to block celebrations for terrorist’s planned release
Josh Shapiro’s inauguration symbolizes a new age for Jewish politicians
New governor, who defeated rival accused of antisemitism, provides a fresh archetype for Jews by unabashedly incorporating identity into his politics
New Pennsylvania governor Josh Shapiro takes oath of office on Hebrew Bibles
Japanese firm defends ownership of ‘Nazi-tainted’ Van Gogh ‘Sunflowers’ painting
Israeli charged with defrauding $47 million from Orthodox Jews in US
Morocco says it will boost military ties with Israel
World’s oldest known person, French nun who remembered World War I, dies aged 118
US Merchant Marine Academy covers huge Jesus painting after religious freedom outcry
In Ankara, Iranian FM hails budding Turkish-Syrian reconciliation
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