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Gallant warns multi-front war far more likely for Israel than limited conflicts
In briefing with reporters, defense minister says Iran ‘driving force in convergence of arenas,’ proxies becoming more brazen in attacks
Gallant: Iran gives Hezbollah $700m a year, is ‘driving force’ of current escalation
Iran announces supplying army with over 200 ‘strategic’ drones
MK Rothman briefly trapped in room by protesters at World Zionist Congress
Lawmaker, who has been leading contentious judicial overhaul, stayed inside a locked room as demonstrators outside shouted ‘shame’ and ‘democracy’ before he was extracted by police
Right-wing groups force voting delays at World Zionist Congress amid sparring over resolutions
US State Department 'condemns' lawmaker's past rhetoric
Amid concern, far-right MK says if made NY consul she’ll ‘work with all Jewish orgs’
NEW YORK -- Likud lawmaker May Golan said Thursday she will work with all Jewish organizations as Israel's consul general in New York, if she takes up an offer to serve in the high-profile diplomatic post. Her comments came after some Jewish leaders and former diplomats expressed concern the firebrand right-wing lawmaker could...
Israeli hospital and U.S. Naval Forces prepare Kenya for mass casualty events
For the first time ever, Israel’s Sheba Medical Center and the U.S. Navy’s 5th Fleet conducted a training program to prepare Kenya’s Navy for disasters.
‘Worried for our families’ futures’: Grandmothers in Tel Aviv protest judicial shakeup
A dozen grandmothers boarded a bus Thursday to make their way from an assisted living facility in Israel’s center to Tel Aviv’s HaBima Square. Usually, their driver would drop them at a philharmonic performance, but this time, they joined hundreds of other senior citizens as part of a grandmothers’ protest against the government’s plan to increase political power by...
Ex-chief justice Barak moved to tears as thousands rally in support outside his home
PM, Gallant tell ministers and MKs to leave politics, arguments out of Memorial Day
In letter, defense minister says lawmakers must refrain from divisive comments on ‘one of the most sensitive and sacred’ days of the year, as authorities seek to tamp down tensions
59 soldiers added to list of Israel’s fallen since last Memorial Day
In Sderot, Netanyahu promises $440m to city after criticism of rocket response
Israeli food tech startup debuts texturized chickpea protein ‘meat’ burger
Meat. The End, a developer of soy-based Whopper burger for Burger King Israel, launches burger made from chickpea protein flake that mimics the taste and smell of meat
'This show is about family, about obligation, about loyalty'
‘Godfather’ meets ‘Shtisel’: New Netflix thriller delves into Haredi diamond dealers
‘Rough Diamonds,’ an Israeli-Belgian co-production, tells a tale of an Antwerp Hasidic family struggling to keep its business alive as it is drawn deeper into the underworld
Isn’t integration more important than army service?
Barring Haredi men from working while their peers served in the IDF was legitimate – but it also harmed Israeli society
Israel-UAE ties: Never stronger or falling apart?
A careful look at the Emirati reaction to Israel’s government shows that reports of a crisis are greatly exaggerated
‘Love has a country, and he was its prince’: Lyricist Yehonatan Geffen laid to rest
Mourners honor late author, musician with songs he wrote; daughter Shira Geffen recalls helping father with book of songs before his death, feared his passing upon completing work
Complete text of Kafka’s diaries in English for the 1st time
Kafka uncensored: A new version of the writer’s diaries adds back the sordid details
JP O’ Malley
When the ‘Metamorphosis’ author died his friend Max Brod published his journals – cutting the parts he thought too personal. Now they’re complete thanks to translator Ross Benjamin
Pledged Israeli measures to boost cash-strapped PA back on track after delay
Top official says drop in handling fee Israel charges PA for fuel transfers and boost in Ramallah’s portion of Allenby crossing fees will be applied for month of April
Israelis, Palestinians share kosher Ramadan iftar meal in West Bank ‘to end hatred’
Tens of thousands gather at Al-Aqsa as Sunni Muslims celebrate Eid holiday
What Matters Now to past Justice head Emi Palmor: A stronger post-crisis Israel
Welcome to What Matters Now, a weekly podcast exploration into one key issue shaping Israel and the Jewish World — right now. This episode is being published during a uniquely Israeli window of time that occurs between Yom Hashoah — Holocaust Remembrance Day — and Yom Hazikaron — our Memorial Day for fallen soldiers. This is...
Israel to reportedly test missile warning system in Kyiv next month
Report says IDF Home Front Command will deploy system to Ukrainian capital, then expand to other cities if successful; array does not include missile interception
‘A storm is coming’: Ukrainian brigade gears up for counteroffensive against Russia
Russia’s air force accidentally bombs its own city
'Are we just going to be folk dancing and eating falafel?'
Amid overhaul debate, US Jews’ plans for Israel’s 75th birthday get complicated
Communities ponder whether they can – or should – put aside the political controversy rocking the Jewish state as they celebrate its independence this year
Reservists urge Regev to oust ex-battalion head from torch-lighting ceremony role
Reservist paratroopers say Lt. Col. ‘Daled’, now head of elite Duvdevan unit, falsely claimed eye injury occurred during 2014 Gaza battle; IDF backs his version of events
Golani troops who deserted base over new commander get suspended jail sentences
Housing prices finally dip, but market pressures mean a surge will likely follow
New data from the housing sector is finally backing up what the experts have been saying for some time: Israel's overheated property market has started to cool down. The latest Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) figures reflect a fall in housing prices between January and February in Tel Aviv (-0.5%), in Jerusalem (-1.1%), in Haifa...
Great Synagogue in Tel Aviv to get massive upgrade, surrounding public square
FM inaugurates Israeli embassy in Turkmenistan, 10 miles from border with Iran
Israel in contact with Sudan’s leaders, trying to help calm fighting, official says
Security guard for mayor of central Arab-Israeli town shot dead outside official’s home
DeSantis heading to Israel ahead of expected 2024 presidential run
Three men indicted over gang rape of 13-year-old girl in Netanya
Germany sets up panel to review 1972 Munich Olympic massacre of Israeli athletes
Tagged a day before Yom Hashoah, Seattle temple keeps anti-Israel graffiti as message
SpaceX’s Starship, world’s biggest rocket, explodes during test flight
Holocaust survivor slated to recite prayer at Yad Vashem ceremony dies at 85
Coastal cliff partially collapses at Netanya seaside promenade
Alec Baldwin charge to be dropped in fatal film set shooting as probe carries on
UK deputy prime minister Raab resigns after bullying investigation
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