Join our Community
Support ToI and remove all ads
Get The Daily Edition
ISRAEL AT WAR - DAY 56
Israel & the Region
The Daily Edition
What Matters Most Today
Updates from Silicon Wadi
Real Estate Israel
The Weekend Edition
The Best Reads of the Week
Choice Voices From The Blogs
Atlanta Jewish Times
North New Jersey
The Jewish Standard
The Jewish News
The Australian Jewish News
Become a Partner
Join our community
About The Times of Israel
Advertise on The Times of Israel
Get the Daily Edition
© 2023 The Times of Israel , All Rights Reserved
Terms and conditions
The Daily Edition
What Matters Most On
Friday, March 3, 2023
View previous edition
View next edition
Soldiers, Israeli peace activists clash as army blocks solidarity march to Huwara
European diplomats also visit scene of settler rampage, call on Israel to bring to justice those behind the attack on West Bank Palestinian town
Court rebuffs cops’ demand to bar 2 protesters from rallies as condition for release
Palestinian teen allegedly hurling firebomb shot dead by Israeli troops in West Bank
Jordan, UAE, UN join chorus of condemnations
Smotrich’s DC visit still on amid uproar, but US officials not planning to meet him
Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich's visit to Washington next week to speak at an Israel Bonds conference was still scheduled to take place amid outcry over his call to "wipe out" the Palestinian town of Huwara, but the White House said Thursday that US government officials would not...
Two suspects in Huwara rampage, one a minor, sent to administrative detention
Settlers stone Palestinian cars, clash with IDF after troops block them from outpost
In apparent gesture to Netanyahu, Orban to move Hungary’s embassy to Jerusalem
Foreign Ministry sources link decision by Budapest to Hungarian leader’s desire to help out PM amid controversy over plans to weaken judiciary, which have been likened to Hungary
Foreign envoys said to flood Knesset speaker with concerned questions on overhaul
After Huwara, we must say kaddish for Judaism itself
A generation of Orthodox Jews has been raised on hate. We must reject this feral, anti-Torah approach, and return to tradition
There is just one word that I – a right-wing, religious voter who supports judicial reform – would chant at a protest
God is not in the earthquake, but in the still silent voice
The idea that suffering is divine punishment doesn’t ring true anymore, but focusing on the pain of another allows for a profound take on the problem of evil
The folly of hubris: Bibi, Levin, Rotman – and Putin
Had Israel’s right been less prideful and more strategic, they might have averted the current uproar altogether
Sara Netanyahu: My hair salon standoff could have ended in murder
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife on Thursday railed at protesters who demonstrated outside a Tel Aviv salon where she was getting her hair done a day earlier, with police called to the scene for several hours until she was extricated. The incident came during protests Wednesday evening in...
Shabtai called cop being probed for throwing stun grenade at protest, gave backing
Irregular extra Knesset session set for Sunday as coalition plows ahead with overhaul
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-religious coalition is likely to call a special Knesset plenum session on Sunday as part of its efforts to upend Israel's judicial system, indicating the government was moving full steam ahead with its legislative plans amid calls for dialogue on the far-reaching proposals. Though the plenum typically does not...
Elite engineering, cyber warfare reservists join opposition to judicial overhaul
Report: Netanyahu backtracked plan to pause overhaul after Levin threatened to quit
Four convicted on appeal of incitement at infamous 2015 ‘wedding of hate’
Jerusalem District Court rules that the accused as minors were aware they were celebrating the murder of a Palestinian family, and therefore liable to incitement charges
Palestinians mount patrols in West Bank to prevent settler incursions
Sister of slain brothers implores PM for sense of security: ‘We must do something!’
Netanyahu makes condolence visit to family of Hallel Yaniv and Yagel Yaniv in Har Bracha, touts moves ‘to deepen settlements and expand our grasp on the homeland’
Mother of brothers killed in terror attack slams crowdfunding campaign for Huwara
New Palestinian terror factions emerge amid deadly West Bank unrest
He was born Jeffrey Vejil; case stokes antisemitism online
Texan who posed as Hasidic Jew and adopted 9 boys charged with sexually abusing kids
Suspect changed name to Hayim Cohen, fabricated Jewish backstory, courted media attention and allegedly assaulted minors over years, raising questions about ignored red flags
Unfounded: Ancient Darius inscription shard isn’t authentic – Antiquities Authority
Officials backtrack on claim of find linked to Purim king’s father, say fragment was created by an expert showing inscription techniques to students, accidentally left at dig site
'We directly took on Joe Rogan'
A Holocaust survivor fought antisemitism on TikTok and now he’s a social media star
Gidon Lev and life partner Julie Gray go online to promote their memoir on Gidon’s life after growing up in the Theresienstadt ghetto, and suddenly find themselves educating youth
Top US general talks opposition to Iran during meeting in Israel with security brass
Gen. Mark Milley on Middle East visit discusses joint effort to prevent Iran obtaining nuclear weapon with IDF chief, defense minister
Head of UN’s nuclear watchdog set to visit Iran for high-level talks
Iranian warships in Rio de Janeiro raise concern in Jerusalem, Washington
'I am calm, even as the entire country isn't'
What Matters Now to Haviv Rettig Gur: Taking advantage of this ‘moment of decisions’
This week in What Matters Now, ToI’s senior analyst explains why PM Benjamin Netanyahu must see the judicial overhaul through to stay in power – but still finds room for optimism
'Untold numbers could be fed a distorted view of history'
Wikipedia’s ‘Supreme Court’ tackles alleged conspiracy to distort Holocaust articles
For the first time in its nearly 20 years, the online encyclopedia’s arbitration committee voluntarily takes up a case amid claims some editors are whitewashing Polish history
'He would never hang up on you'
‘He wore his heart on his sleeve’: Friends remember Elan Ganeles
Those who knew the 26-year-old Israeli-American victim of terror recall a young man who prioritized others and pushed them to grow: ‘If he loved you, he told you all the time’
'The character is like Cary Grant meets Zero Mostel'
Oscar Isaac plays a ‘Jewish Hamlet’ in a revival of Lorraine Hansberry’s second play
While some say the Black playwright veered out of her lane in penning the character, others – including Anne Kauffman, who’s directing a just-opened run of the play – beg to differ
Dutch church leaders take back Holocaust-related reference to Palestinians
Pro-Palestinian activist went looking to beat Jews at NYC Israel rally – prosecutors
‘What’s behind these stones?’ Egypt unveils newly discovered Great Pyramid chamber
Iran said to arrest 4 over assault linked to girls’ school poisonings
US House Ethics panel announces investigation into embattled lawmaker George Santos
Michael R. Sisak
Three more children diagnosed with polio virus in northern outbreak
ADL, AJC join in US Supreme Court case on workplace religious protections
Michigan man charged with threatening to kill Jewish state officials
Osem recalls some packages of Bamba, warning of ‘foreign body’
Howlin' for you
Garage rock duo The Black Keys book first performance in Israel
View Edition by Date
The Times of Israel
Free to Your Inbox
The email is either missing or invalid.
By signing up, you agree to our
You hereby accept The Times of Israel
, and you agree to receive the latest news & offers from The Times of Israel and its partners or ad sponsors.
Never miss breaking news on Israel
Get notifications to stay updated
Register for free
and continue reading
Registering also lets you comment on articles and helps us improve your experience. It takes just a few seconds.
Already registered? Enter your email to sign in.
Please use the following structure: email@example.com
REGISTER OR SIGN IN
Or Continue with
By registering you agree to the
terms and conditions
. Once registered, you’ll receive our Daily Edition email for free.
Send me The Times of Israel Daily Edition
Register to continue
Or Continue with
Log in to continue
Something went wrong.
Please try again in a few minutes..
Sign in or Register
Incorrect password. Please try again or choose an option below.
I forgot my password
Send me a sign in link
Or Continue with
Check your email
We sent an email to you at
It has a link that will sign you in.
Click the link in that email to complete your registration.