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Wednesday, March 1, 2023
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Cops kneel on neck of protester; another said to lose ear
As protests sweep nation, police use aggressive means to clear Tel Aviv rally
Clashes with stun grenades, water cannons mark 1st time these are seen at demos; at least 11 injured, 50 arrested; Netanyahu, Lapid accuse each other of stirring up anarchy
Roads, trains blocked as thousands march in ‘day of disruption’ against overhaul
Daily Briefing Mar. 1: Protests rage across the country in ‘day of disruption’
Israel should ‘wipe out’ Palestinian town of Huwara, says senior minister Smotrich
‘Huwara needs to be wiped out. State of Israel should do it,’ top Netanyahu ally says, days after settlers rampaged through West Bank town following deadly terror attack
Police to probe far-right MK for remarks backing violent West Bank settler rampage
‘A dangerous slope’: Gantz says Smotrich seeking West Bank chaos
Knesset committee okays bill sharply limiting judicial review; opposition: ‘Putsch’
The government-backed bill to radically restrict the High Court of Justice’s ability to strike down unconstitutional legislation was approved in the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee on Wednesday morning and will now be sent for its first reading in the Knesset plenum, amid opposition outrage directed at committee chair MK Simcha...
Justice minister insists judicial changes will keep Supreme Court independent
From The Hartman Institute
From Kharkiv to New York
Rachel Jacoby Rosenfield opened her Riverdale home to a family of Ukrainian refugees. She discusses what the experience may tell us about Jewish obligation, history and dignity.
Parents fly in for funeral; say he loved Israel, its people
‘A loss for the world’: Israeli-American Elan Ganeles, killed by terrorists, buried
Elan Ganeles, a 26-year-old Israeli-American killed in a terror attack near the Dead Sea on Monday, was laid to rest in a Ra'anana cemetery on Wednesday. Ganeles's family, who live in West Hartford, Connecticut, flew to Israel for the funeral, with thousands in attendance. Eulogizing her son, Ganeles's mother Caroline said, "He was the...
IDF arrests suspected terrorists behind deadly Jericho attack as victim is buried
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Mass protests continue into the night in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
Thousands convene for demonstrations at end of ‘day of disruption,’ with some clashing with police; in capital, hundreds march toward PM’s residence
'Where were you in Huwara?': Anti-gov't protesters clash with cops at evening demonstrations
US lambastes 'repugnant' call by Smotrich to 'wipe out' Palestinian town, urges PM to speak out as well
Lapid slams Netanyahu for comparing Tel Aviv protests to Huwara rioters
Settler extremists are sowing terror, Huwara riot was a ‘pogrom,’ top general says
Maj. Gen. Yehuda Fuchs, who oversees West Bank, also warns future clashes could end in Israeli fatalities; report says settler violence has doubled under new government
Police detain eight more suspects over extremist settler rampage in Huwara
US State Department report says Israel failing to prevent settler attacks
Rejects talks 'until legislative abominations withdrawn'
Former attorney general: High Court must strike down ‘regime coup’ laws if passed
Former Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit described the government’s judicial overhaul program on Tuesday as “a regime coup” and insisted that if the proposed legislation is approved by the Knesset, the attorney general and the High Court of Justice would have “a duty” to strike it down. Mandelblit’s explosive...
Ex-security chiefs urge Herzog to air ‘unambiguous’ opposition to judicial overhaul
Defense chief: Threats to refuse service over judicial shakeup harm Israel’s security
US envoy on diaspora minister: 'I don't know who he is'
Clapping back at minister, envoy Nides says US won’t stay out of Israel’s business
US Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides on Tuesday hit back at Diaspora Affairs Minister Amichai Chikli, who said earlier this month that the envoy should "mind own business" after Nides called on the Israeli government to slow its controversial plan to overhaul the judiciary. "Some Israeli official -- I don't know who...
Europe warns Israel against ‘game-changer’ death penalty legislation
German FM voices concerns about Israel’s legal overhaul, planned death penalty
This might top the list of 100 most precious Jewish artifacts
Last Sunday, I visited Sotheby’s to see an exhibition with a difference
Hamantaschen: The real love triangle
The day after that ’National Day of Hate,’ I entered the synagogue for my first conversion class, and found exactly what I needed
EU diplomats: We’re surprised by Netanyahu’s lack of coalition control
European officials in Israel expected premier to have more influence over far-right, will meet Wednesday to discuss rising violence, but not all see situation as particularly dire
Settlers hurl stones at Palestinians, attack soldiers and police; five arrested
New budget heads to Knesset with massive NIS 32b increase, despite inflation fears
Finance Minister Smotrich blames swell on coalition deals, inflation and public salary increases; as for economic risks of judicial overhaul, he says: ‘I don’t see a catastrophe’
In latest coalition snag, UTJ’s Porush quits as minister of Meron pilgrimage
Minor tremor rattles Tiberias amid increase in regional seismic activity
Geological Institute says temblor’s epicenter 2 kilometers northwest of city; no immediate reports of damage or injuries
Revised toll shows over 50,000 killed in Turkey, Syria earthquake
'When I see a need, I develop a platform'
How a young Harvard dropout and friends are set to level-up global humanitarian aid
The ‘whiz kid’ who developed the world’s first COVID-tracking site is ramping up his organization, Internet Activism, and helping victims of Turkey’s earthquake and Ukraine’s war
US official says Iran could produce nuclear material for a bomb ‘in about 12 days’
Under secretary of defense tells House lawmakers Iranian nuclear program has seen ‘remarkable’ progress, as UN watchdog says it has enriched uranium to near weapons-grade
Senior IDF officer: Iran tried to drone strike two vessels in Arabian Sea last month
UN atomic agency confirms Iran has enriched uranium close to weapons grade
'When I picked it up, I thought it was an elaborate prank'
Hiker discovers 2,500-year-old ancient receipt from reign of Purim king’s father
Eylon Levy, international media adviser to President Isaac Herzog, finds ostracon at Tel Lachish with the first-ever reference in Israel to the name of Persian king Darius I
'As Jews we gravitate to things with history, like baseball'
ESPN’s Jeff Passan on Hebrew school, Sandy Koufax and Jewish baseball history
For fans of America’s favorite pastime, he’s everywhere. The ubiquitous sports reporter answers some curveballs about his time in the field
NYC official: Yeshiva University public funds at risk due to LGBTQ policy
Stamp of disapproval
Sadat’s family angered by sale of passport used for historic Israel trip
Israel lab backed by pharma giants mints startup for computer-designed antibodies
Bill to cancel statute of limitations for some sex crimes passes preliminary reading
Ramle man murdered in his bed in apparent underworld revenge attack
Former cop pleads guilty to killing wife in front of tied-up kids
Officer on trial for slaying Palestinian with autism: ‘I feared a killing spree’
Prestigious Dan David Prize names 9 innovative historians as winners
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