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Thursday, April 13, 2023
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Police warned Temple Mount unrest could spread to mixed Jewish-Arab cities — report
Israeli TV says top cops believe decision to bar non-Muslims from visiting Jerusalem holy site over last 10 days of Ramadan prevented clashes that could have sparked wider flareup
Police say they foiled two Jerusalem stabbing attacks in past 2 weeks
IDF rebukes senior officer for meeting Ben Gvir without permission
Live updates (closed)
Probe into cops who shot Arab man in Jerusalem is closed, finding no crime committed
State prosecutors say the evidence clearly supports police version that officers were acting in self-defense when they killed Mohammed Elasibi earlier this month in Old City
Gallant rejects request to hold Israeli-Palestinian ceremony on Memorial Day
Israel said to deploy Iron Dome batteries ahead of potential violence tomorrow
Netanyahu said to bar his son Yair from speaking with ministers, MKs
Netanyahu said to bar son Yair from social media posts, speaking directly with MKs
Reports say demand from PM and his wife sparked ‘an explosion’ in the family and Yair has now gone to the US amid claims he’s stoking tensions; has not tweeted since March 28
Public diplomacy minister: Media, academia, security brass working against gov’t
High school student highlights right-wing think tank’s influence on civics curricula
Sheba Science Dose
Learn about the stem cell revolution happening at Sheba Medical Center.
Hundreds of protesters outside as Netanyahu extols Jewish unity at Mimouna event
Hadera residents say they were kicked out of celebration because they aren’t Likud members; in first, Mimouna festivities also held at the Knesset
Daily Briefing April 13: Passover ends with protests against the premier at Mimouna
Market braces for downgrade of Moody’s Israel credit outlook amid judicial jitters
Shekel continues to depreciate amid investor concern that, following credit agency’s earlier warnings, outlook could be changed from positive to stable in coming days
'Iran is more sure of itself; the world has changed'
Israel must prepare for war with Iran without US help, former NSA chief says
Former national security adviser Yaakov Amidror said Thursday that war with Iran is increasingly likely and Israel needs to gear up to attack without US assistance. "We need to prepare for war. It's possible that we will reach a point where we have to attack Iran even without...
Saudis set to host Arab nation talks on Syria as Mideast diplomacy shifts
Mimouna, when Jews and Arabs celebrate together
The end-of-Passover fete reflects a cultural symbiosis unique to Morocco, where Jews were more welcome than elsewhere
Of Nazi crimes and German repentance
I can’t forget what they did to my family, but I can be grateful to a remorseful Germany
Secret US documents were leaked online by young gun enthusiast – report
Sources tell Washington Post classified material was posted to social media group tinged with racism, antisemitism, by user ‘OG,’ who claims to work at secure military facility
'These people feel they are protected'
Latin patriarch says new government has made life worse for Holy Land Christians
Pierbattista Pizzaballa, the top Catholic cleric in the region, says Jewish extremists are emboldened by having representatives in power, leading to rise in attacks on Christians
Church: Israel infringing on freedoms by limiting attendance at ‘Holy Fire’ event
Israeli flag burned; fireworks, rocks thrown at fans at basketball game in Greece
A basketball game between Hapoel Jerusalem and AEK Athens Wednesday in the Greek capital descended into chaos when local fans burned an Israeli flag, launched fireworks and threw rocks at Israeli fans. Images showed a banner hung on the stands with the text "The capital of Palestine is...
Shekel continues to decline, hits two-year low against the euro
Currency currently trading at 3.68 to the dollar and 4.02 to the euro, ahead of Moody’s country credit rating update on Friday
'I said Why, Jack? I've tried to wipe his reply from my mind'
Hillel Silverman, Dallas rabbi whose congregant killed JFK’s assassin, dies at 99
Silverman was spiritual leader of Shearith Israel from 1954 to 1964; Jack Ruby, a nightclub owner with links to the Mafia who shot Lee Harvey Oswald, was one of his congregants
Lapid to US Jewish leaders: Don’t give up on Israel because of current government
Opposition chair’s comments during US trip mark rare example of him criticizing coalition while abroad; he also meets with Democratic Reps. Jerrold Nadler and Ritchie Torres
He was the first European leader to back a Palestinian state
How Austria’s Jewish chancellor helped country evade responsibility for Nazi past
A new book by Israeli diplomat Daniel Aschheim examines Bruno Kreisky, Austria’s longest-serving leader, and his ambivalent relationship with his own Judaism and the Jewish state
Key roads to southern Israel and Eilat reopen after rain and flooding
North Korea fires intercontinental missile that may be new type of weapon
Trump sues ex-lawyer Cohen for revealing details of porn star hush money case
Michael R. Sisak
Unarmed man crosses Lebanon border, is arrested by IDF troops amid high tensions
Israel condemns ‘horrifying’ acts after video of beheading of Ukraine soldier
Bahrain, Qatar announce restoration of diplomatic ties
Rights group: 75% surge in Iran executions last year as it sought to spread fear
Court orders remand of 88-year-old Rehovot man suspected of murdering wife
US court preserves access to abortion drug for now, but tightens rules
Paul J. Weber
Woman killed, three people hurt in car crash in southern Israel
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