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Says judicial reforms need to 'preserve checks and balances'
US praises Netanyahu call for compromise, lowering heat after Biden overhaul rebuke
White House says ‘a lot to like’ in PM’s response, downplaying sharp criticism over US interference in Israeli affairs, even as coalition members continue to bash Washington
GOP’s Haley, Rubio slam Biden for rebuke of Netanyahu over judicial overhaul
US vice president Harris joins Biden in expressing concern over Israeli upheaval
Levin vows to pass overhaul when Knesset resumes, amplifying doubts over dialogue
Justice minister says nationwide rallies will be organized ‘to show what the majority of the public wants,’ and bills will pass after Passover, even as Netanyahu talks of consensus
Coalition blasts opposition negotiator who insists government can’t choose justices
Herzog meets with opposition factions for 2nd day of talks on judiciary
Cabinet vote Sunday on Ben Gvir bid for 2,000-strong national guard under his command
Ultranationalist National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir will ask the government on Sunday to approve the creation of a national guard force with 2,000 service members who will answer directly to him, according to a proposal published Wednesday night. Based on the text of a resolution to be...
Hundreds rally in Tel Aviv, other cities against forming Ben Gvir-led National Guard
Rabbi Steven Pruzansky on Life after the Pulpit
Steve sits with American Orthodox Rabbi and Oleh Chaddash about Israel, life after the rabbinate, the current challenges for a pulpit rabbi, and much more.
'The truth triumphed. I am happy'
After 16 years, man convicted of brutal murder of teen girl acquitted in retrial
After more than a decade behind bars for 2006 killing of 13-year-old Tair Rada that shocked the nation, judges rule 2-1 that there is reasonable doubt Roman Zadorov is the culprit
As attacks on Christians become more frequent, a crisis looms for Israel
"If you are a Christian in the Middle East, there’s only one place where you are safe," asserted Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking to Christian Zionists in Rio de Janeiro in December 2018. "There’s only one place where the Christian community is growing, thriving, prospering. That’s in the State of Israel." Netanyahu's claim is a...
Daily Briefing Mar. 30: Why isn’t Israel taking persecution of Christians seriously?
Shakespeare at the Seder: Author writes Passover Haggadah as the Bard ‘would hast’
Martin Bodek renders the traditional holiday text into readable Elizabethan English, seamlessly adding multiple quotes from each of the great writer’s 39 plays
Live updates (closed)
Thousands of judicial overhaul supporters demonstrate in Tel Aviv, block highway
With posters bearing slogans such as ‘they’re stealing the election’ and ‘I’m a second class citizen,’ demonstrators stage rally as counter to mass anti-government protests
Judge in Netanyahu trial said to ask the sides to consider non-binding mediation
US embassies of Israel, Bahrain and Azerbaijan co-host Iftar meal
McCarthy issues statement of support for Netanyahu amid overhaul friction with Biden
Israel already has a blueprint for a constitution
20 years ago an Orthodox rabbi and an avowedly secular legal scholar co-authored a remarkable covenant. What came of it?
The flavor of memory
Every Passover, a new layer of memory becomes melded into this powerful mélange, transporting me between times and places and people
Once again, the American right is pushing Israel into a war with Iran
The war hawks should stop playing with Israeli and US lives and give Joe Biden room to secure an agreement that prevents an Iranian bomb
The dire consequences of America’s Iran-friendly strategy
The Iran-Saudi deal signaled a US exit from the region, augured the rise of a Sino-centric world order, and dealt a blow to the Abraham Accords
'When dialogue doesn’t take place, insults do'
Bnei Brak presents: How to turn a tense anti-overhaul rally into a ‘cholent party’
A grassroots charm offensive in the predominantly ultra-Orthodox city had locals handing out treats to thousands of protesting out-of-towners
Study points to coding DNA variants as cause for childhood onset schizophrenia
Israeli research finds that some children with this rare mental illness carry genetic mutations previously found in people with language, learning, and developmental challenges
2 more suspects arrested over attack on Arab taxi driver by right-wing protesters
Rioting group in Jerusalem chased man, damaged his vehicle after rally in support of judicial overhaul; pro-government march to be held in Tel Aviv Thursday evening
Protesters against overhaul begin forming defense group after right-wing attacks
Arab Israelis largely stay away from pro-democracy protests against legal overhaul
Community, angry that most Jewish Israelis didn’t defend its rights during decades of discrimination, feels it doesn’t have a place in rallies featuring generals as speakers
2 killed within hours in Arab communities, bringing year’s toll to 41
Protesters tie themselves to Knesset gates, decry overhaul talks as ‘fake dialogue’
Knesset okays passenger data law in final push for US visa waiver, but work remains
US ambassador says snapback mechanism to possibly revoke Israeli membership will be included in agreement being crafted, with Washington keeping close eye on reciprocity
Gallant said considering apology over timing of statement against judicial push
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant is considering apologizing for the timing of his statement against the government’s push to overhaul the judiciary, as part of a compromise aimed at keeping him in his post, according to Wednesday reports. Gallant on Saturday night called for the contentious legislative process to...
Senior ultra-Orthodox MK said wooing Gantz to join government to ‘balance’ far right
Likud members call to oust airport union chief from party after labor strike
The first Passover Haggadah in Ukrainian marks a community’s break with Russia
David I. Klein
Holiday text undergoes complex translation as Ukraine’s Jews continue to forge a separate identity, a process hastened by Russia’s invasion
'Those who made the noise must be held accountable'
Indonesia, booted as U-20 World Cup host, sees backlash against anti-Israel leaders
Muslim-majority state loses soccer tourney hosting rights after governors called to ban Israel; Indonesians inundate Instagram page of presidential candidate with negative comments
Indonesia yanked as U-20 World Cup host after calls to bar Israeli soccer team
Azerbaijan and Israel tout strategic ties ahead of Tel Aviv embassy opening
'We're alienated, but we feel so used to supporting Israel'
Israeli tensions spill over into Berlin at summit of European Jewish leaders
David I. Klein
As Jews with strong ties to Israel, communities on the continent express frustration with its eroding democratic values and policies that affect them even in their own countries
Chaotic response to Israel’s turmoil reveals dilemma for US Jewish organizations
Almost 100 prominent UK Jews voice ‘profound concern’ about overhaul, welcome pause
Russia arrests US reporter for Wall Street Journal over alleged espionage
Yair Netanyahu to pay damages to former MK Stav Shaffir after losing libel suit
US tech giant Cisco to buy Tel Aviv cybersecurity startup Lightspin
Israeli airstrike wounds two soldiers in Damascus – Syrian state media
IAEA warns of ‘increasing’ military activity near front-line Ukraine nuclear plant
Greece suspects fixer in Iran paid terror suspects to target Jewish site
Israeli fintech startup helps tech workers crunch value of stock options
Nature authority presses for millions more to protect threatened vultures
Entering role, new IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari looks to bolster trust in military
UK museum to return painting stolen by Nazis to family of Jewish owner
UAE leader designates eldest son as crown prince, next in line for presidency
No Frodo though
Horror director Aster says new film is a ‘Jewish Lord of the Rings’
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