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Saturday, March 11, 2023
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10th week of mass protests nationwide, with overhaul laws potentially only days away
Rallies across Israel as coalition scheduled to drive contentious bills through committee this week, despite Herzog plea for ‘disastrous’ legislation to be abandoned immediately
Hundreds more Israeli academics express support for coalition’s judicial shakeup bid
Eshed to Shabtai: 'You're weak, you've destroyed the police'
Tel Aviv’s ousted top cop said to tell police commissioner he’s ‘unfit’ to lead force
6 deputy commissioners call for Shabtai to resign over his handling of now-frozen removal of Eshed, linked to Ben Gvir’s criticism of restrained response to protesters
Says Israeli children must be educated on rights, equality
Lapid proposes constitution for Israel to extract itself from ‘terrible crisis’
Opposition chief calls to codify start of Declaration of Independence, limit judicial activism but maintain strong court, examine how many Haredi men can stay in full-time study
Ahead of Netanyahu visit, German president voices concern about judicial overhaul
'We take solace in the fact that no calves were burned'
Large fire at hay barn belonging to Yesh Atid MK; investigators open arson probe
A large storage area for hay bales belonging to an opposition lawmaker went up in flames in the early hours of Saturday morning, with investigators examining whether the blaze was caused by arson. The fire was at Yesh Atid Ram Ben Barak's property at Moshav Nahalal in the...
Top official blames weakness of Biden, Bennett-Lapid government for Saudi-Iran deal
Official falsely asserts talks began under previous coalition when US was working to re-enter nuclear deal; however, negotiations started when Netanyahu was PM; Lapid derides claim
Israeli official: Ask Biden administration why PM hasn’t been invited to White House
UAE welcomes Iran-Saudi deal as ‘important step for regional stability, prosperity’
Three victims in Tel Aviv terror shooting were en route to friend’s wedding
Seriously injured man’s girlfriend asks Israelis to pray for his recovery; hundreds show up for vigil at attack site; hospital notes small improvement in their conditions
IDF says troops arrest suspect behind attempted bus bombing in West Bank settlement
IDF: Palestinian teen who hurled firebomb at West Bank army post shot dead
In Rome, Netanyahu says ties with Italy about to expand dramatically
After meeting Italian premier Giorgia Meloni, PM doesn’t mention Iran threat, though sources say it dominated the discussion
Ex-staffers at Israeli embassy in UK: We couldn’t serve under current government
Could the key to saving Kan be the Eurovision song contest?
No Kan do: How Israel’s public broadcaster ended up in the government’s firing line
Communications Minister Shlomo Karhi has vowed to drastically cut funding from Kan in a bid to engender competition, but observers say his plans are misguided and dangerous
10 tons of hope
In Acre, Arab and Jewish youths came together to pack coats and blankets for the needy in post-earthquake Turkey
Germany should fast-track Nazi trials before the criminals all die off
Those now in their 90s and older who kept the death camps running don’t deserve to pass away in tranquility
Quietly, a stretch of the Jordan River is being cleaned up and transformed
Earthworks and landscaping are aimed at attracting visitors, tourists, with plans to make water safe for swimming; the cleanup will still leave Jordan, Palestinians high and dry
Players, presenters back UK ex-soccer star who likened asylum policy to Nazi Germany
BBC faces growing outrage after former England captain Gary Lineker, now its top TV soccer presenter, suspended for comments criticizing government
Ex-soccer star barred from BBC for comparing government language on migrants to Nazis
'If you were a Jew in Medieval England, you knew the Tower'
Why the Tower of London holds a paradoxical place in Medieval England’s Jewish story
New research by Dr. Rory MacLellan, who led a 2-year project at Historic Royal Palaces, paints iconic fortress as a place of imprisonment, and sanctuary, for 13th-century Jews
New desert promenade will take visitors on Ben-Gurion’s favorite Negev walk
Sde Boker, where the first prime minister lived after retiring, gets an upgrade that aims to draw tourists while keeping their footprint small
With F1 as showcase, Bahrain pushes image of tolerance post-Abraham Accords
Hosting regional reporters for grand prix, Gulf kingdom touts itself as model of ‘modern peaceful coexistence,’ calls normalized ties with Israel key part of foreign policy vision
Stars of David, Mensch on a Bench feature on Team Israel’s custom cleats for WBC
Stadium Custom Cleats, a company owned by Alex Katz, a pitcher for Israel at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, is livening up the shoes worn at the World Baseball Classic
'I had to tone down his character for people to believe it'
The real story behind Jewish family comedy ‘iMordecai’
Homegrown director Marvin Samel jumps behind the camera to film Judd Hirsch in the leading role based on Samel’s colorful – and barely believable – real-life father
Iran says deal reached to buy Russian fighter jets, as defense cooperation deepens
Sanctions-hit Tehran has aging fleet, struggled to get spare parts; advanced planes will apparently be housed at underground base designed to respond to potential Israeli strikes
Amid Iran crisis, Grossi set for second term at helm of UN nuclear watchdog
US authorities arrest Israeli accused of defrauding $47 million from Orthodox Jews
Officer seriously wounded after being stabbed by mentally ill man in Jerusalem
US closes Silicon Valley Bank in biggest collapse since 2008
Last known survivor of WWII White Rose Nazi resistance group dies at 103
DeSantis makes long-anticipated first Iowa trip ahead of expected 2024 bid
Raphael Mechoulam, Israel’s ‘father of cannabis research,’ dies at 92
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