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Saturday, January 21, 2023
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Lapid to attend, having skipped last week; Ya'alon to speak
Police, demonstrators prepare for bigger anti-government protests in Tel Aviv
Organizers call rallies in two locations Saturday night to enable more to attend; police expect 100,000 given clear weather forecast, anger over government response to Deri ruling
Report: AG could tell PM to step aside over conflict of interest with legal overhaul
Gali Baharav-Miara said close to requiring Netanyahu take leave of absence, for breach of rules that bar him from involvement in matters that could impact his corruption trial
Supreme Court chief, Tzipi Livni met amid government push to overhaul judiciary
Palestinian shot dead in alleged stabbing attempt at West Bank outpost — IDF
Military says man entered the illegal Sde Ephraim Farm by car, tried to stab Israeli before being killed; no other injuries reported
Police investigating as Jerusalem girl lightly wounded by apparent errant gun fire
World court receives UN request for opinion on Israeli ‘occupation’ and ‘annexation’
Chikli tells Diaspora he’s ‘listening’ but doesn’t rule out change to Law of Return
Selah Maya Zighelboim
AUSTIN, Texas (JTA) — The new Israeli government is listening to the concerns of more liberal Jews, Israel’s new minister of Diaspora affairs said on Thursday. But Amichai Chikli said that while some proposed changes that worry Americans — including an overhaul to the country’s Law of Return — would happen slowly, any...
'They're the closest we’ve got to royalty in New York City'
How the ‘Jewish Kennedys’ helped save 200,000 Jews in WWII and delayed Iranian nukes
JP O’ Malley
A new book tells how over 150 years the Morgenthaus, a German-Jewish immigrant family, publicized the Armenian genocide, ran the US Treasury and prosecuted mobsters and terrorists
Showing care by being there: Parshat Vaera
Moses and Queen Elizabeth – two leaders who had to learn how to comfort the people in their time of suffering
Israel said to send formal request to US for 25 advanced F-15-EX fighter jets
Report says IAF would need the powerful warplanes to carry munitions in a potential strike on Iran’s heavily defended nuclear sites; not likely to receive jets before 2028
Air Force again grounds drone fleet after aircraft damaged during takeoff
As Santos pressed to resign, Black Jewish GOP lawmaker in NY emerges as contender
JTA — Last Friday, as George Santos completed his second week in US Congress, Mazi Melesa Pilip was contemplating the relief Shabbat would bring — and also the sting of the betrayal she felt by her fellow Long Island lawmaker. Among the welter of falsehoods that Santos scattered throughout the byways of the Great Neck area in northern Long Island...
'Family always brings your contradictions out'
In ‘Alegría,’ Jews, Christians and Muslims come to a boil in a Spanish melting pot
The new film by director Violeta Salama, screening at the New York Jewish Film Festival on Jan. 22, embraces complexities of identity in the tumultuous African port city of Melilla
Orban: Israel and Hungary have ‘great results’ in ‘building conservative community’
Right-wing Hungarian PM tweets prognosis after meeting with head of conservative Jewish organization’s Israel branch
Putin fires top official who described Chabad as a supremacist cult
No reason given for dismissal of assistant secretary of the Russian Security Council Aleksey Pavlov, but reports noted his controversial statement
Germany faces backlash from allies over refusal to give Ukraine tanks
'We're not in this for the money, it's a labor of love'
Directing a virtual JCC, one woman is making Jewish Prague the envy of its neighbors
When COVID scuttled director Pavlina Sulcova’s plans to open a new community space, a pivot to fun educational content paid off big time. She just released her 2nd children’s book
Israeli appointed CEO of US chip manufacturer Texas Instruments
Haviv Ilan, who joined the semiconductor manufacturer in 1999 after it bought out his Israeli startup, will replace longtime chief in April
A Jewish reporter goes inside Rikers for a new book on a notorious jail
Reuven Blau, 43, co-authors deep dive into a New York City prison that makes headlines for violence, mistreatment
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Raunchy Israeli TV comedy ‘Chanshi’ heads to Sundance
Small sinkhole opens up in central Tel Aviv, latest in series of similar incidents
Zelensky says ‘no alternative’ to supplying Ukraine with tanks as Germany waffles
Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warn EU of ‘consequences’ if designated a terror group
5 rabbis sue state of Missouri over abortion bans, citing religious freedom grounds
New dean at Michigan school resigns over antisemitic death threat
Match made in heavens
Turning 93, Buzz Aldrin marries longtime girlfriend
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