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Protests being held at 150 locations across the country
‘Rally for freedom’: 12th week of protests as government to pass key overhaul bill
Organizers hope Saturday will see largest demonstrations to date; Tel Aviv event timed so Sabbath-observers can join; Yuval Harari, Tzipi Livni, daughter of spy Eli Cohen to speak
Protesters declare ‘week of paralysis’ ahead of government passing core overhaul bill
Sa'ar urges Gallant, Edelstein, Barkat to 'prevent disaster'
Defense minister said to warn PM he won’t back overhaul legislation in current form
TV report says Netanyahu asked Gallant for a few days to try to resolve crisis surrounding judicial shakeup; minister said to caution refusal could spread to active duty personnel
Netanyahu: If calls spread for refusal to serve, State of Israel in ‘terrible danger’
IDF chief cautions army on verge of curbing ops due to absence of reservists – report
IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi has warned government leaders that the army is on the verge of reducing the scope of certain operations due to the large number of reservists refusing to report for duty in protest over their efforts to weaken Israel's justice system, The...
200 more pilots to skip weekly training flight over PM’s refusal to halt overhaul
Founder of group behind Handmaid protests: Women are realizing danger of the overhaul
Moran Zer Katzenstein says crowd-funding pays for red robes; participant dispels myth of privileged white protesters, says galvanized by Ben Gvir blocking domestic violence tagging
Why I protest: For all my siblings and friends
Among other reasons I keep at it, even in the rain, is my belief that my vision of religious Zionism is under attack
The Upper Room where it happened
’I have seen grown men weep at the grave of a king who died three thousand years ago.’
Bereaved families call for ministers to stay away from Memorial Day events – report
Amid contentious judicial overhaul, thousands of relatives of those killed in service, terror attacks worry ceremonies could be exploited for political gain via speeches, protests
Book affirms role academia can play to protect democracy
How Nazi-sympathizing scholars prepared the ideological groundwork for genocide
‘Betrayal of the Humanities’ anthology examines ‘self-coordination’ of German academicians in advancing Third Reich’s ‘racial’ policies — before, during and even after the war
Poland’s PM honors citizens who helped Jews during Holocaust
Italian opposition criticizes Meloni over Nazi massacre comments
Suspect to neighbor: 'I don't think an ambulance is needed'
Neighbors of murdered woman: ‘Her partner beat her every day; we called the police’
Neighbors of a woman stabbed to death in Kiryat Ata, in the year's 8th fatal incident of domestic violence, said Saturday that they heard her being beaten on a daily basis and had called the police in the past. Edisi Elbena's partner initially went on the run after...
Woman found stabbed to death in year’s 8th domestic violence fatality
Man convicted of raping 13-year-old girl at state-run coronavirus quarantine hotel
'The erosion of democracy can happen in little nuanced ways'
Oscar-winning ‘Navalny’ director Daniel Roher urges world to resist toxic regimes
A week after the Academy Awards, the 29-year-old Jewish Canadian calls on Israelis to learn from the Russian dissident and not to ‘shy away from the fight against authoritarianism’
Senior Israeli official: Repealing Disengagement Law does not violate deal with US
Speaking to reporters in London, official says Biden administration’s dressing down of US envoy does not mark deterioration in ties with Washington
US carries out airstrikes on Iran-linked groups in Syria after attack on base
Layal Abou Rahal
Biden says Washington does not seek conflict with Iran but will ‘forcefully’ protect personnel in Syria
US army chief: Iran could produce enough material for nuclear weapon within 2 weeks
‘Sea change’: Disruptive Saudi prince shows new pragmatism with Iran
Table grapes from Israel bred with wild grapes from Turkey
It’s in the DNA: Israeli grapes are the mother of all European wines
Massive DNA study of over 3,500 wild and domesticated grapevines overturns what historians thought they knew about the first cultivation of grapes and wine
Jewish studies prof. wins $60k on ‘Jeopardy!’ — despite missing Yom Kippur question
JTA -- The most notable message Melissa Klapper got during her four-night run this week on “Jeopardy!” didn’t come because the Jewish studies scholar was unable to answer a question about Yom Kippur. It also wasn’t an unkind note from a game-show stickler who believed she’d gotten credit for a wrong response. Instead,...
3 hurt in brawl between troops, career soldiers and civilian on Lebanon border
At least 23 killed, dozens injured as tornado rips through rural Mississippi
Jewish groups urge US rugby to pull out of South Africa tourney that banned Israel
New York’s power to regulate religious schools, including yeshivas, trimmed by judge
Connecticut College head quits over planned event at golf club with antisemitic past
Trump to hold 1st rally of 2024 campaign in Waco ahead of possible charges
North Korea claims to test underwater nuke drone that causes ‘radioactive tsunami’
LGBTQ dating app Grindr warns Egyptian users of police targeting
Israeli model Michael Lewis injured in fall in Seychelles
Russian-Israeli artist dreams of Israel’s desert landscapes
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