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Family says recent medical graduate 'killed in cold blood'
Police: Man shot dead while trying to grab J’lem officer’s gun; family denies claim
Police say man fired twice, as witnesses deny he posed threat; cops say no footage of incident as officers testify: ‘Our lives were in real danger’
Ex-police officials: ‘Hard to believe’ disputed deadly Jerusalem shooting not on CCTV
'Send a resounding response to the incitement from the PM'
13th week of anti-overhaul protests: ‘As in Poland, government is just reorganizing’
Organizers liken pause in legislation to Poland, where government took break to silence dissent before later passing overhaul; say Levin statements show no desire for compromise
Supporters of judicial overhaul plan ‘million person’ rally after Independence Day
Negotiators believe overhaul compromise talks are dead on arrival — report
The negotiations aimed at reaching a compromise over the government’s contentious judicial overhaul legislation are already dead in the water, senior officials involved in the talks said on Friday. President Isaac Herzog began hosting the talks this week after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed on Monday to temporarily...
Poll: More Israelis prefer Gantz to Netanyahu as PM in head-to-head matchup
Herzog urges opposing sides of overhaul to give talks a chance despite mistrust
Haviv Rettig Gur
Haredi parties were at forefront of overhaul push. Then they weren’t. What changed?
Over the past week, as the government’s judicial shakeup ground to a dramatic (if temporary) halt amid ever-growing opposition and the coalition’s own profound political errors, something strange happened to Benjamin Netanyahu’s Haredi coalition partners, the parties Shas and United Torah Judaism. Everyone suddenly noticed that they had transformed from the most avid supporters of the sweeping judicial reform to...
Gallant said likely to keep job, will have to apologize for overhaul warning speech
TV reports say growing likelihood defense minister will retain post after publicly cautioning that rift over coalition’s judicial shakeup poses tangible threat to national security
Movement tells wider story of shifting Orthodox attitudes
Gay and Orthodox: Book charts the rise of a once unthinkable dual identity in Israel
‘Queer Judaism,’ a new work from academic Orit Avishai, explores the rapid transformation over just two decades of the visibility and activism of LGBTQ religious Jews
Ivanka: I love my father and my country; am pained for both
Breaking silence, Kushner and Ivanka offer Trump support after indictment
Ex-president’s son-in-law says charges are evidence of ‘fear’ in Democratic party, daughter says she is ‘pained’ for her father and the country
Trump indictment ends decades of perceived invincibility for ‘Teflon Don’
Trump to be arraigned Tuesday in NYC to face porn star hush money charges
Michael R. Sisak
An open letter to the Wise Son
I’m worried that you’ve become a bit conceited, and that you’ve lost touch with how important your brothers are for this family too
This Passover, give kosher an update: go vegan
Food should not just be about dos and don’ts, it should be a chance to inspire a nonviolent, healthy, green society.
Israeli special forces vet repurposes wartime experience, training for abstract art
David Roytman fires bullets through paint to splatter designs on canvas, a creative process he says helps him deal with combat trauma
NY state court ruling shifts burden for secular studies from yeshivas to parents
NEW YORK (JTA) — What should happen when a yeshiva does not teach its students the legally required amount of secular studies? And who should be held responsible: the school, or the parents who chose it? Both of those questions were at the heart of a bombshell ruling in a New York state court last week that, if it stands,...
'We are taking these very old songs and making them new'
With Ladino compilation, vocalist gets in tune with her family’s fading history
Israeli-American Tutti Druyan hopes release of song collection ‘Kantika’ revives interest in the endangered Judeo-Spanish language once spoken by her ancestors
In Germany, Charles III visits memorial for Jewish kids taken to UK to escape Nazis
British king and queen consort lay wreath for German citizens killed in Allied bombing of Hamburg after commemorating Kindertransport
Berlin museum displays works by artist who grapples with Germany’s Nazi past
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How a run-in with Guillermo del Toro led to NYC’s first Mexican Jewish Film Festival
US indictment: Russian spy sought to gather intel on Israelis, including party head
IDF issues demolition order for West Bank home of Dizengoff terrorist
Jerusalem churches appeal to government to safeguard Easter worship after attacks
Suspects in alleged Iranian plot to target Chabad house remanded into custody
Bill that would bar Congo’s only Jewish politician from presidency resubmitted
David I. Klein
‘April 1 absurdity’: Russia takes over rotating presidency of UN Security Council
Pope Francis leaves hospital after 3-day stay for bronchitis: ‘I’m still alive’
Match made in heaven
LA synagogue hosts ‘Mitzvah Mania’ with Jewish pro wrestlers
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