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Sunday, March 19, 2023
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300 IAF reservists boycott training this week
Hundreds of elite IDF reservists stop showing up for duty over judicial overhaul
Officers and soldiers who volunteer in Military Intelligence’s Special Operations Division and cyber warfare units begin boycott ‘until this attempted coup is over’
Ex-chief of atomic commission warns overhaul will undercut fight against Iran
Business leaders warn Likud MKs: Judicial overhaul already harming economy
As violence against protesters escalates, opposition blames Netanyahu’s ‘incitement’
Man said to ram car into Herzliya group; motorcyclist drives into Givatayim crowd; multiple assault reports; well-known Likud activist calls women ‘Hitler’s contemptible handmaids’
‘Destroying Zionism’: Masses protest overhaul; rise in violence against demonstrators
Police detain man over graffiti calling justice minister ‘enemy of the people’
Lapid: 'Stop placing the responsibility on others'
PM: IDF chief must crack down on insubordination, police on road-blocking protesters
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday railed at Israelis protesting his government's plans to upend the judicial system, as well as at the heads of the IDF, police and Shin Bet, and urged increased intervention by security forces, as reserve soldiers opposed to the measures escalated their protests and mass demonstrations showed...
Yair Netanyahu compares anti-overhaul protesters to Nazi Brownshirts
Report: Rothman intern banned several times from social media over offensive posts
Yokohama transforms into a tech innovation hub of East Asia
The city aims to attract foreign talent in technology and research to become a powerhouse beyond Japan’s shores
Live updates (closed)
As Rothman unveils new judicial selection plan, coalition heads meet to discuss moves
Reports indicate government is likely to halt most legislation until after Passover, focusing until then on passing bill that shakes up commitee which selects justices and judges
Report: Foreign Ministry weighing firing Noa Tishby as antisemitism envoy due to overhaul criticism
Israeli consul to New York summoned to Jerusalem after comments against overhaul
Ben Gvir says High Court ruling against him is 'a coup in the full sense of the word'
Likud's Bitan calls for halt to legislative process
Coalition heads to hold talks on softening judicial overhaul; opposition: ‘A joke’
Coalition leaders were due to meet Sunday evening to consider softening their far-reaching plans for overhauling the judicial system, amid continued protests against the measures following the government's rejection of an alternative framework put forward by President Isaac Herzog. The meeting was confirmed by a spokesperson for Justice...
Coalition to push ahead with judicial overhaul, bills to assist Netanyahu and Deri
Sephardic chief rabbi calls for judicial reform dialogue to avoid civil war
'Love is global today, like any other commodity'
A match made in desperation: New Israeli film unveils plight of mail-order brides
Playing at the Boston Israeli Film Festival, ‘Valeria is Getting Married’ touches on the murky morality of these mutualistic relationships – and their resulting emotional toll
The future Israelis we risk losing
Potential newcomers may be willing to sacrifice convenience and luxury – they won’t forego their democratic liberties
Israel is still a free country – but now with a warning sign
A top democracy index hasn’t yet ranked Israel with Hungary. That will change if the majority becomes all powerful
Netanyahu: Israel will 'get to the terrorists everywhere'
Palestinian Islamic Jihad claims senior engineer assassinated by Israel in Syria
The Gaza Strip-based Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group on Sunday morning claimed one of its senior members, an engineer, was assassinated by Israel in Syria. In a statement, the military wing of the PIJ, the al-Quds Brigades, said Ali Ramzi al-Aswad, 31, was shot dead by "agents of...
Two German tourists attacked by Palestinians after entering Nablus with Israeli car
PA premier Shtayyeh: ICC should order arrest of those who call to destroy villages
Residents of south, opposition MKs slam government’s lack of response to Gaza rocket
‘They’re again forgetting us,’ says Sderot man after another attack from Hamas-ruled Strip apparently goes unanswered; ministers mum on failure to retaliate
IDF: Rocket launched from Gaza at south, causes no injuries
Rest your weary feet my friend
Ancient rest stop with flowery mosaic to host tired travelers once again
Israel Antiquities Authority teams up with residents from central town of Shoham during Good Deeds Day to spruce up 1,800-year-old spot for travelers to take a break
'Our community is a family, and we'll welcome you into it!'
Aruba’s new rabbi comes out of retirement to lead a congregation in ‘paradise’
After manning the pulpit in Medellin, Colombia, at the height of Pablo Escobar’s notorious reign, Baruch Zeilicovich feels ready for anything on the beautiful and serene island
ADL research: Conspiracy-minded Americans tend toward antisemitic views
Study finds close link between individuals’ belief in secretive plots and their agreement with negative stereotypes about Jews
‘We are at war’: US election deniers remain force in GOP as 2024 vote nears
CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY
Dozens of psychiatrists warn of mental health dangers from judicial overhaul ‘trauma’
In letter to Netanyahu and Herzog, top specialists say sooner or later everyone in the country will feel ‘irreversible damage’ from impact of controversial changes
Daily Briefing Mar. 19: Did Herzog drop the ball with his ‘People’s Framework’?
How HaZamir youth choir serves as ‘an on-ramp to Jewish life’
Ministers to reconsider bill to monitor domestic abusers following latest murder
Police clash with East Jerusalem residents while responding to crash
Birthright Israel set to announce five-year ‘greening’ process
Man found stabbed to death near entrance to southern town
FM Cohen to visit UK ahead of Netanyahu visit, before heading to Poland
Man shot dead in apparent criminal dispute in northern Arab town
Tony Blair: Palestinians should draw lessons from Northern Ireland peace deal
Colombian police foil apparent kidnapping of Israeli tourist lured by Tinder date
BBC soccer presenter back after suspension for likening government rhetoric to Nazis
Former UK student union head sues body after being ousted for alleged antisemitism
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