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Tuesday, April 11, 2023
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'How do you go from everything to nothing?'
‘To lose a mother is to lose life’: Thousands at funeral for terror victim Lucy Dee
Husband and three surviving children return to cemetery less than 48 hours after burying Dee’s two daughters Maia and Rina; all were killed in a West Bank shooting attack
After wife, 2 daughters killed, Leo Dee slams comparisons between terrorists, victims
‘Incomprehensible generosity’: Lucy Dee’s organs donated, saving five lives
The organs of terror victim Lucy Dee were transplanted Tuesday hours before her funeral, saving the lives of five people, the National Transplant Center said. Her widower, Rabbi Leo Dee, explained the decision by surviving family members to donate the organs -- a practice that some Orthodox Jews consider forbidden by Jewish law. "Since...
Netanyahu reinstates Gallant, blames last coalition for cross-border attacks, terror
PM says IDF reservists’ threats to refuse service in protest at overhaul emboldens enemies, shrugs off bad polls; Bennett and Lapid assail him: ‘Stop whining, take responsibility’
Hundreds demonstrate in Tel Aviv after Netanyahu blames opposition for terrorism
Daily Briefing Apr 11: PM passes buck on terror wave; no private militia for Ben Gvir
Netanyahu belatedly reverses course on Gallant. If only he’d do the same on autocracy
This Editor’s Note was sent out earlier Tuesday in ToI’s weekly update email to members of the Times of Israel Community. To receive these Editor’s Notes as they’re released, join the ToI Community here. He shamefully blamed the opposition for the surge in attacks on Israel across multiple fronts, and falsely accused his predecessors of emboldening our enemies. He misrepresented...
Judicial overhaul negotiation teams hold talks on anchoring fundamental rights in law
Brother, sister killed, woman rescued after flash flood carries them away
Rescue workers on Tuesday found the bodies of a brother and sister who went missing after their car was carried away by a flash flood in southern Israel the day before. A third woman who was with them was located and rescued. The two fatalities were identified as...
Rescue services search for 3 missing in suspected flash flood north of Eilat
Teenage girl injured by toppling tree at Sea of Galilee
'What I was trying to do was to elevate the conversation'
As the State of Israel turns 75, author Daniel Gordis asks: Is it a success story?
In a new book, ‘Impossible Takes Longer,’ the thinker explores the parameters he believes the Jewish state should be judged by — and where it has triumphed and where it has failed
There is an appropriate Zionist response. It’s not revenge.
Some may argue that ’expansion of settlements’ caused most of the Palestinian violence in the first place. The opposite is true
Rachel Sharansky Danziger
The world saved my father, Natan Sharansky; now another needs that rallying cry
Vladimir Kara-Murza’s stand against Russian tyranny got him a sham trial for treason. His only chance of survival is Western pressure
IDF: 2 Palestinian gunmen trying to carry out attack shot dead by troops near Nablus
Soldiers spot suspects opening fire from passing car at military post near Elon Moreh settlement, ambush them; several firearms seized at the scene
IDF arrests alleged Palestinian terror cell planning ‘imminent attack’
‘Polish propaganda’: Critics assail deal to resume Israeli youth trips to Poland
Destinations in a draft agreement include a museum for Poles who saved Jews and another for Soviet repression victims — including killers of Jews
Polish PM heads to Washington to expand defense ties with US
Israeli youth movement opens kibbutz-style community center in war-torn Ukraine
Open to all of Kharkiv’s residents, the Asho Center features one of the bombed-out city’s few running kindergartens
Egypt planned to supply thousands of rockets to Russia amid Ukraine war – report
'Russia has returned to Stalinist times'
Jailed Russian-Jewish dissident reminds Natan Sharansky of his own ordeal
As he awaits the next court date in his trial for treason, Russian opposition activist Vladimir Kara-Murza has been picking the brain of a man with intimate knowledge of his situation: Natan Sharansky. Kara-Murza, a 41-year-old father of three facing the prospect of a 25-year sentence, is unable...
Kremlin opponent and Ukraine war critic defiant in statement during treason trial
‘You’re the refuser’: Netanyahu’s former commander says he evaded wartime service
PM’s office denies claim by retired Lt. Col. Shlomi Reisman, says he wasn’t even Netanyahu’s commander during Lebanon War
Iran plans to toughen penalties for violence against women in coming months
Proposals include up to 15-year sentence for a man convicted of murdering his wife, criminalization of publishing pornographic images without a woman’s consent
Iranian-born US woman given 4 years over plot to kidnap dissident Masih Alinejad
Taliban ban restaurant gardens for families, women in northwestern province
Israeli group joins forces with Morocco university for Sahara fish food project
Consortium of startups, led by Halman-Aldubi Technologies, will develop sustainable food solutions without the need for water, land or energy
Moderna seeking to roll out vaccines for cancer, heart disease by end of decade
Man killed in ATV crash; sister in critical condition
Temple Mount opens to Jewish visitors Tuesday, may close for remainder of Ramadan
US finds WSJ reporter in Russia is wrongfully detained
Pentagon warns apparent intel leak poses ‘very serious risk’ to US security
Head of UK’s main business lobby fired over sexual misconduct allegations
Michael Lerner, who got Oscar nod for role in ‘Barton Fink,’ dies at 81
Al Jaffee, cartoonist and creator of Mad’s Fold-In, dies at 102
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