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IDF launches airstrikes in Lebanon, Gaza after rocket barrages
Military targets tunnels, weapons sites in Strip after rockets hit northern, southern Israel; Lebanese PM condemns use of country’s soil for ‘escalation’ after 34 projectiles fired
IDF attacks Hamas 'infrastructure targets' in Lebanon
Loud explosions heard in Tyre in southern Lebanon
Israel launches airstrikes in Lebanon in response to rocket barrage
No immediate claim of responsibility; 2 injured by shrapnel
34 rockets fired from Lebanon at Israel in worst barrage in years; Hamas blamed
Hezbollah had earlier stated support for Palestinians amid unrest at Al-Aqsa Mosque, but is said to deny involvement in assault, which comes as Israelis celebrate Passover
Police clash with rioters in Umm al-Fahm as violence at Al-Aqsa Mosque spreads
Police clashed late Wednesday with residents of the northern Arab Israeli city of Umm al-Fahm, in a spillover of violent tensions at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque. The rioting came as clashes erupted at the mosque for a second straight night and Palestinians terrorists in the Gaza Strip again fired rockets toward Israel, further stoking...
UN Security Council to meet on Jerusalem violence in 4th emergency session in months
Violent clashes break out at Al-Aqsa, 2 rockets fired from Gaza as tensions soar
Dozens skirmish with officers at flashpoint mosque for 2nd straight night; projectile lands in open territory near Gaza fence; riots erupt near border and in northern Israeli city
Gaza terrorists fire salvo of anti-aircraft missiles, triggering sirens in Israel
Security cabinet expected to meet following clashes at Al-Aqsa Mosque, Gaza rockets
IDF does damage control after military chief says ties with US ‘not essential’
IDF Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi said Wednesday that while security cooperation with the US is beneficial, it is not "essential" and Israel knows how to act on its own. "Israel knows how to work alone in the face of any security challenge, but it is good to see the US by our...
Is Netanyahu’s government botching the Abraham Accords?
Nearly three decades ago, 5,000 guests gathered in the Arava Valley near the border with Jordan to witness what they were sure would be the start of a warm peace. With US president Bill Clinton looking on, Israeli and Jordanian girls presented bouquets to Jordan's King Hussein and Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. "This is peace with...
Iran names envoy to UAE after nearly eight-year absence as ties thaw
IDF Passover Haggadah depicts ‘evil son’ as secular, other three boys as religious
Commentary in religious book distributed to officers for holiday says God sometimes ‘allows our enemies to attack us so that we’re inspired to repent’
The four strong women of the Pesach story
The annihilation of the Israelite children was defeated by Shifra, Puah, Pharoah’s daughter and Miriam – and the moral compass they shared
Because of this government, I’m eating hametz
I am appalled at the idea of forcing ill people to bow to religious laws that they may or may not share, at a time when they are at their most vulnerable
Haviv Rettig Gur
Sinking in polls, Netanyahu belatedly bids to take control of his chaotic coalition
It’s one of the recurring ironies of Israeli politics: Nothing stabilizes a teetering government or parliamentary coalition more effectively than declining poll numbers. Since the Netanyahu government's swearing-in on December 29, the country has seemed to lurch from one dramatic crisis to another. The defense minister was fired but continues to serve; the security cabinet...
US envoy Lipstadt: Antisemitism won’t disappear, but we have the power to address it
In an op-ed published Wednesday for Passover, US President Joe Biden laid out his administration's approach to combating antisemitism. "Under my presidency, we continue to condemn antisemitism at every turn. Failure to call out hate is complicity. Silence is complicity. And we will not be silent," he wrote on CNN's website. Biden touted his decision to...
Biden vows antisemitism fight in Passover message: ‘We see this evil across society’
Florida high school removes graphic novel adaptation of Anne Frank’s diary
Eyeing Moscow, Finland to purchase Israeli David’s Sling anti-missile system
Deal worth $344 million announced a day after Nordic country joins NATO, dramatically expanding the military alliance’s border with Russia
Passover takes on special resonance for Ukraine Jews as seders held amid new normal
MARCEL GASCÓN BARBERÁ
Describing holiday as ‘a story of going through trauma,’ rabbi in Kyiv calls to ‘learn from the story… and connect it to today so we learn the lessons of hope and rehabilitation’
Azerbaijan arrests six radical Islamists over ‘coup plot’ blamed on Iran
Baku says men were trained by Iranian secret service and hoped to overthrow the government, set up a Sharia state
Iran, Saudi foreign ministers meet in China, vow to restore ‘security and stability’
Legal group hails ruling as a 'milestone'
US federal probe finds University of Vermont mishandled antisemitism allegations
A federal investigation found that the University of Vermont mishandled allegations of antisemitism on its campus, the US Department of Education said Monday, the first time the Biden administration issued such a ruling against harassment of Jewish college students. The state’s flagship public university in Burlington, also known...
The Corbynites are on a losing streak, with bills of £5.6 m.
After backlash for exposing UK Labour antisemitism, how John Ware won back his name
Following his 2019 segment on BBC’s ‘Panorama,’ veteran journalist has gone to court to prevent Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters from sweeping their party’s problems under the rug
ALANNA DURKIN RICHER
The murky legal issues behind the Trump hush money charges
NEW YORK (AP) — The cover-up is worse than the crime, the expression goes. And in the hush money case against Donald Trump, prosecutors say the cover-up made the crime worse. In an indictment and other documents unsealed Tuesday, prosecutors say Trump falsified internal business records at his company about a payoff to a porn actor in order to keep...
Possible Trump trial plunges US 2024 race into uncharted territory
The Jewish history behind the WWII rescue that inspired Netflix’s ‘Transatlantic’
Shira Li Bartov
Blinken says he has ‘no doubt’ WSJ reporter ‘wrongfully detained’ by Russia
Man killed, three lightly hurt as two cars and truck collide in West Bank
4-year-old drowns in pool, hours before start of Passover
Episcopalian bishop of Missouri bans Christian Passover seders in diocese
Sarcophagus of Ramses II, possible pharaoh of Exodus, unveiled in Paris
Alex Edelman’s very Jewish show ‘Just For Us’ heads to Broadway
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