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Tuesday, January 24, 2023
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Twice in history, Jewish state 'collapsed before turning 80'
Herzog warns Israel’s leaders: Clash over judicial overhaul ‘could consume us all’
President cites ‘deep concerns’ if coalition proposals are rushed through Knesset, urges dialogue, says Israel at a fateful moment: ‘This powder keg is about to explode’
Levin said unfazed by protests against judicial overhaul, unwilling to compromise
Legal overhaul could jeopardize Israel’s security and ties with US, think tank warns
Coalition warns AG any move to suspend Netanyahu akin to coup; she denies weighing it
In the latest drama to unfold between the government and the justice system, the heads of the coalition sent a scathing letter to Attorney General Gali Baharav-Miara on Monday over reports she was considering ordering Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to take a leave of absence, with party...
Daily Briefing Jan. 24: Netanyahu’s beef with the attorney general; Shabbat culture
Blinken to visit Israel next week, in second trip by senior US official this month
Official: Iran will see what we're capable of doing
Israel, US kick off massive war games in apparent message to Iran
Exercise, dubbed Juniper Oak 2023, involves over 140 aircraft, 12 naval vessels, and artillery systems from both nations drilling in Israel and Eastern Mediterranean
Hezbollah erects new watchtowers on Lebanon border as IDF builds defensive wall
Iran pans ‘mental inability’ of EU, UK after they impose sanctions; vows response
Israelis now eligible for German and Austrian citizenship based on family heritage
New laws passed in Germany and Austria regarding the victims of the Nazi persecution simplifies the threshold conditions for obtaining citizenship and passports of these countries.
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Coalition reportedly planning bill to ease disqualification of Arabs from Knesset
Proposal by Likud MK, said agreed to by coalition heads, would expand definition of terror support to keep most Arab-led parties out of parliament, Channel 12 reports
Smotrich shelves sweetened drink tax, in nod to Haredi partners
Dueling protesters lock horns outside Tel Aviv home of Supreme Court president
TV report claims joint US-Israel air drill to bomb 'Iranian nuke sites' in Negev
Hundreds of tech workers strike, block Tel Aviv road to protest judicial overhaul
Demonstrators against controversial plan warn of threat to foreign investments, impact on economy; NY-based investor in local startups says it supports action
University chiefs warn judicial reform will spark global academic boycott
He's built a coalition that now hems him in on all sides
Who runs Netanyahu’s Israel?
Haviv Rettig Gur
The fight over a tiny West Bank outpost pits the PM against the radical factions in his coalition and opens a window into the inner workings of the new government
Hinting at plans to return, Deri temporarily fills his vacated ministerial posts
Shas’s Michael Malkieli named acting interior minister, Yoav Ben-Tzur acting health minister, as Deri’s dismissal takes effect; positions must be permanently filled within 3 months
Expanded ‘Norwegian Law’ passes, with up to 27 fresh MKs able to swap into coalition
UTJ submits bill to ban hametz from hospitals during Passover
Judah Ari Gross
Progressive religious voices denounce proposal, say it will have a ‘boomerang effect’ and drive people away from Judaism
Transgender boy to be removed from religious school against parents’ wishes
You be the judge
‘There are judges in Jerusalem’: A famous Begin quote or misquote?
“There are judges in Jerusalem!” This quote attributed to prime minister Menachem Begin has become an oft-repeated rallying cry in Israel over the past half century. The phrase is regularly utilized by politicians across the spectrum to respond to court rulings that bolster their own viewpoints. In recent weeks, the phrase has been circulating more than...
New tech not all it’s cracked up to be
Israeli gene editing tech blocks male embryos, making the egg industry humane…except for all the female chicks who live
The original sin of ‘Judicial Reform’ returns
’The king neither judges nor is to be judged,’ says the Mishnah. But that doesn’t mean what you might think it means
Probe finds group supporting Jewish extremists in Israel now also fundraising in US
Uri Blau in partnership with Shomrim
AP -- An Israeli group raising funds for Jewish extremists convicted in some of the country’s most notorious hate crimes is collecting tax-exempt donations from Americans, according to findings by The Associated Press and the Israeli investigative platform Shomrim. The records in the case suggest that Israel’s far-right is gaining a new foothold...
Senator: PA premier 'open' to Abraham Accords investments
Democratic senator says Abraham Accords can expand even if settlements do too
In ToI interview fresh off trip to the region, Kirsten Gillibrand also proposes offering F-35s to Abraham Accords countries that invest in aid for the Palestinians
US Democrat: Congress would back selling Riyadh weapons for Israel normalization
UAE embrace of Holocaust education breaks barriers but faces old prejudices, denial
Tooth decay more widespread among obese and underweight, huge Israeli study finds
Researchers say study based on 66,790 soldiers should prompt vigilance, shape policy; low or high BMI can be tied to socioeconomic status, which may also impact dental health
As Cairo book fair opens, Israel expresses concern over persistent antisemitism
Works at state-run event have included Mein Kampf and Protocols of the Elders of Zion, with a new book on the history of Zionism showing hook-nosed Jews on its cover
Dermer makes secret trip to UAE to nail down Netanyahu visit
After clash over West Bank outpost, Gallant and Smotrich meet with Netanyahu
Defense minister also holds meeting with West Bank settlement community leaders after ordering the demolition of illegal structures established by settler activists
Netanyahu: We’ll fight ‘all illegal building’ in West Bank – Israeli and Palestinian
What American Jews fight about when they fight about Israel
In his new book ‘We Are Not One: A History of America’s Fight Over Israel,’ Prof. Eric Alterman examines how defending Israel has shaped Jewish – and public – discourse in the US
Elevators added to Tower of David museum, making ancient citadel accessible
Jerusalem's Tower of David was never built to be accessible. The ancient citadel located near the Jaffa Gate entrance to the Old City dates back to the Mamluk and Ottoman periods, with earlier towers constructed by Herod, the early Muslims and the Crusaders, all to safeguard the city. Its five guard towers, as well as the winding, narrow pathways, steep, narrow...
Contemporary paper artworks form focus of Herzliya museum exhibits
Dress for success
Museum wants David Bowie’s dress for exhibit on UK Jews in fashion
David I. Klein
Israel allows Palestinian cleric probed for incitement to fly to Morocco
Testifying in libel case, Netanyahus adamant Sara not involved in decision-making
Car belonging to Netanya property developer blown up in apparent warning message
Five Germans charged over putsch plot, plan to kidnap health minister
After Stockholm Quran burning, angry Erdogan says he won’t back Sweden joining NATO
Heavy yolk: Government announces 16% jump in price of regulated eggs
Four members of far-right group convicted of seditious conspiracy for Capitol riot
ALANNA DURKIN RICHER
A year after Colleyville, Houston synagogue is harassed by agitated Messianic Jew
7 killed in California’s third mass shooting in just over a week
Olga R. Rodriguez
Alleged Netanya fraudster arrested for posing as head of French presidential palace
Virgin Mary sculpture sold under Nazi duress returned to Jewish owner’s heirs
Grigory Kanovich, award-winning author who chronicled Lithuanian Jewry, dies at 93
David I. Klein
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