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Committee appointed to discuss authorities of new force
Ministers approve Ben Gvir-led national guard, major budget cuts to fund it
After warnings by police chief and AG, several cabinet members express displeasure, yet vote in favor; Lapid decries measure handing far-right minister ‘a private militia’
Police chief, attorney general sound alarm against forming Ben Gvir’s national guard
Ex-police chief: Ben Gvir could use proposed national guard to launch coup
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After alleged Israeli airstrikes, Gallant vows to push Iran ‘out of Syria’
In pre-Passover toast with soldiers, defense minister says he ‘will not allow the Iranians and Hezbollah to harm’ Israeli citizens
Family of slain Bedouin man say police DNA claims are 'false and slanderous'
US envoy to Israel welcomes long-delayed expansion of Allenby crossing hours
63-year-old man shot dead in Umm al-Fahm
No 'pause' in rallies; US flags added, after Biden critique
Government made ‘mistake of their lives’: Hundreds of thousands protest overhaul
Compromise talks notwithstanding, masses nationwide demand bills be shelved; Grossman compares far-right to Sicarii, says coalition ‘didn’t understand our determination to fight’
Daily Briefing Apr. 2: What exactly is Minister Ben Gvir’s planned ‘militia’?
Ukrainian Jewish refugees still need your help this Passover.
Chabad of Poland will be sending out Seder Kits with Matzah, Wine, Passover traditional food, and other basic needs to over 2,000 Jewish refugees throughout Poland and Ukraine.
'They started whipping me. They just ambushed me'
Mounted police officer beats protester at anti-overhaul demonstration in Tel Aviv
A mounted police officer beat a young woman with what appeared to be a whip during a mass protest in Tel Aviv on Saturday night against the government’s temporarily paused judicial overhaul plans. In widely circulating footage of the incident, two mounted police officers close in on a young woman and young man...
Right-wingers try to remove pride flag from Tel Aviv balcony, twice in a week
Amid overhaul turmoil, thousands demand politicians stay out of Memorial Day events
Noa Tishby, Bill Maher and Mizrahi invisibility
When the TV host described Palestinians as ’browner’ than Israelis, the actress-activist shouldn’t have let it slide
This year, we need an ‘ethics of dissent’ for seder night
All Jews are family, and the test of family is how we love each other when we disagree, not when we agree
No, Ishay Ribo, you can’t say that anymore
The beloved musician’s new Passover song says only Israel knows God and all others worship only idols. That’s terrible theology
Aaron David Fruh
Christian educators have a moral duty to teach about the Holocaust
Though churches were complicit in murdering Jews, data show Millennials and Gen-Z are alarmingly ignorant of the Shoah
Three soldiers injured in West Bank ramming attack, IDF says; assailant shot dead
One victim seriously hurt, another in moderate condition and a third lightly injured; attacker identified as officer in PA security services
Palestinian accused of planning to shoot police in Jerusalem
Arab localities launch strike in protest of disputed deadly Jerusalem police shooting
A general strike was held Sunday in Arab localities in protest of an incident in which police officers shot dead a man in Jerusalem's Old City a day earlier. Israeli authorities say the man was attempting a terror attack, a claim denied by eyewitnesses and the man's...
'I’m going through all the same things'
This Israeli-American ‘Bohemian Balabusta’ seeks a religious sexual revolution
Birthing coach Malka Chana Amichai uses her online platform to urge Jewish women to focus on themselves, their bodies and their desires in an effort to ‘normalize womanhood’
Pass it on
For 117,000 Israelis with Pesach-related names, the holiday never ends
Alongside 112,000 Moshes, there are 1,4290 Pesachs; 3,795 Nisans and even four Matzas
Knesset wraps winter session, shifting judicial battleground to President’s Residence
With parliament on break, focus is fully on overhaul negotiations and protests until legislature returns on April 30; 28 new laws passed in 3 months
Likud’s May Golan set to become minister for advancement of women’s status
2nd Iran Guard Corps member dies after Syria strikes said tied to Megiddo bombing
Iran says Meqdad Meqdani succumbs to wounds from Friday strike; 3 alleged Israeli strikes in 4 nights may indicate Jerusalem believes Tehran behind last month’s cross-border attack
Syria says 5 soldiers hurt in Israeli airstrikes on several targets near Homs
Iranian pours yogurt on 2 women in shop for not wearing hijab; the women are arrested
Police also issue arrest warrant for attacker after footage goes viral; Iran’s president stresses wearing headscarf is obligatory
Kushner’s private equity firm said to receive hundreds of millions from UAE, Qatar
Timing, scale of deals lead to criticism from Democrats, ethics experts; Doha said to fear it would face unfavorable treatment if Trump returns to White House and it didn’t invest
Taking his time, Biden has all but announced he’s seeking second presidential term
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden has all but announced he's running for reelection, but key questions about the 2024 campaign are unresolved: Who will manage it? Where will it be based? When will he finally make it official? Advisers have long said he planned to wait until after March, when the year's...
Palm Sunday marked in Jerusalem in shadow of escalating attacks on Christians
Catholics attend processions at Old City’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre, with churches reeling from mounting violence and acts of desecration
After being discharged from hospital, Pope Francis marks Palm Sunday at Vatican
7 arrested for alleged gang rape of 14-year-old girl in abandoned building
Slogan supporting late racist rabbi Meir Kahane found on LGBTQ center in Tel Aviv
Man killed in Jaljulia shooting, in town’s second murder in three days
Israeli, Greek, Cypriot foreign ministers meet to discuss Iranian terror in Europe
Ex-Lebanese PM Saad Hariri sued for rape, sexual assault of private jet attendants
Celebrated Ethiopian pianist and nun dies aged 99 in Jerusalem
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