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Friday, March 24, 2023
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Cries of 'shame' as Netanyahu approaches 10 Downing Street
Sunak stresses ‘democratic values’ to Netanyahu, as hundreds outside protest overhaul
In rare move, no public statements after PM hosted in London; large crowds call to save Israeli democracy; British premier also urges sides to de-escalate West Bank violence
As Netanyahu flies to London, UK chief rabbi calls for ‘Jewish unity’ around world
David I. Klein
After delays, Netanyahu finally leaves for London, where more protesters await
PM source says he denies any violation, must handle crisis
AG says Netanyahu is breaking the law and in violation of conflict of interest deal
Baharav-Miara: PM’s declaration that he will get involved in judicial overhaul violates court ruling; this and any further such acts ‘illegal and tainted by conflict of interest’
Protest leaders slam 'bizarre display by dictator-in-making'
PM: I’ll intervene to make overhaul ‘balanced’ — but judge selection bill will pass
Addressing his government's judicial shakeup for the first time since he was given legal cover to do so Thursday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his government will continue to charge ahead with the plan "responsibly," while aiming to pass a core tenet of the overhaul next week. The prime minister attempted to strike...
Shekel slumps after Netanyahu speech vowing to push ahead with overhaul legislation
Drama in Likud: Gallant nixes press event, likely would have called to stop overhaul
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
Citing ‘Islamo-Nazi ideologies,’ judge refuses to free anti-overhaul demonstrator
Tel Aviv court’s Menachem Klein claims protesters aim ‘to destroy our country,’ recalls trip to Holocaust sites in call for Jewish unity; lawyer slams ‘political statements’
Behind the headlines
Confused and concerned? Join ToI for live in-depth analysis of the judicial overhaul
Send in your questions and on March 26, ToI Community members will have exclusive access to ToI editor David Horovitz and senior analyst Haviv Rettig Gur’s sometimes divergent takes
Netanyahu crushes a potential mini-revolt, insists on politicizing the judiciary
A day of extraordinary drama in the bitterly divided State of Israel -- which saw escalated protests against the government's imminent judicial revolution, and the first signs of real dissent in Benjamin Netanyahu's governing Likud -- ended with the prime minister declaring that the core legislation, to give the coalition almost complete control over...
'We have to look straight, move forward and win this thing'
What Matters Now to arrested activist/physicist Shikma Bressler: ‘Saving Israel’
The nation watched Thursday as the world-renowned scientist, a leader in the anti-judicial overhaul protest movement, was dragged to a police car. Hear why she is still optimistic
Opposition decries ‘political arrests’ as several central protest leaders detained
After arrest at protest, ‘Our Boys’ director Hagai Levi calls overhaul ‘a blasphemy’
Acclaimed Israeli director Hagai Levi lashed the new government and its judicial overhaul after being arrested while filming police at a protest on Thursday. Levi called the government's effort to diminish the judiciary "a huge hilul hashem," a blasphemous act that violates the prohibition in the Torah of...
Award-winning director Hagai Levi detained at anti-overhaul rally in Tel Aviv
From the blogs
In honor of our common patriarch Abraham
A call from the rabbi of the Kotel to religious leaders of the communities of believers in Jerusalem: there is one father for all of us
Rachel Sharansky Danziger
God’s call to Moses – and us
Even if animal sacrifice was meaningful to our ancestors, how do bloody, flayed, dismembered limbs make sense today? (Vayikra)
The full-bodied experience of life needs relationships and community
Help Jewish teens avoid ’diseases of despair’ by connecting them to spiritual practices and the deep roots of their heritage
To Zev Chafets: ‘Othering’ Jews is the opposite of the Zionist dream
When you badmouth Israel’s Haredim, you display your prejudice against this segment of the population. You’re also wrong
Let’s talk about ‘foreign meddling’ in Israeli politics
Yes, Israeli left-wing causes get money from abroad. You know who else gets money from abroad – and lots of it?
Thousands march through Haredi enclave Bnei Brak as ‘Day of Paralysis’ ends
Some residents set off fireworks against anti-overhaul demonstrators; others greet them with food, water; cops shove ex-police minister Omer Barlev at Petah Tikva protest
Police called in as protesters hem in overhaul architect Rothman
Lapid rebuffs Regev request for joint call against protesting on Independence Day
Jerusalem security forces on alert as tens of thousands at 1st Friday Ramadan prayers
Senior police officer stresses non-Muslims to be barred from Temple Mount during holiday; estimated 83,000 worship at Al-Aqsa Mosque without incident
Report: Israel offered PA full security duties over city as pilot, Ramallah refused
Would the High Court dare strike down the coalition’s judicial appointments law?
With Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterating Thursday night that the coalition will next week push to enact the first part of its judicial overhaul agenda, namely the law to take control of judicial appointments, the question of whether or not the High Court of Justice will strike down such a law is becoming increasingly...
In first, FDA okays Israel-developed brain modulation device to treat PTSD
GrayMatters Health says world’s first non-invasive apparatus for stress disorder will teach patients how to regulate activity in the part of the brain that controls emotion
'I was a housewife at 14 but nobody seemed to care'
A fake reality show trailer shines light on the real issue of US child marriage
Founded by a former Haredi woman, the organization Unchained at Last releases ‘Unseen Housewives’ to raise awareness that such arrangements are still legal in 43 states
Bones kept by German former eugenics institute buried in Berlin
Munich says it can’t block Roger Waters concert, will have to ‘endure’ it
Israeli-American tech CEO opens first R&D center in Tel Aviv amid judicial jitters
Housing snapshot: Home sales and rentals across Israel
Clocks in Israel jump forward overnight with start of daylight saving time
New state budget will increase deficit, may aggravate inflation woes
US says contractor killed, troops wounded in Iranian drone attack in Syria
Saudi Arabia, Syria discuss restoring ties amid Mideast reshuffling
Military Intel soldier jailed for 27 months for leaking classified information
Genderless collection hits runway on last day of Fashion Week
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