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Monday, April 24, 2023
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Israelis stand in silence as sirens mark 28,468 fallen soldiers, terror victims
Netanyahu opens Memorial Day events in shadow of Mahane Yehuda market car-ramming that injures five, says attack another reminder ‘Israel acquired through many tribulations’
1 dead in Oklahoma college shooting, suspect in custody
Oklahoma college issues alert of 'active shooter situation'
CNN, Don Lemon part ways weeks after sexist Nikki Haley comments
'Rothman is an enemy of the people,' activists shout
‘The Jewish people won’t forgive, won’t forget’: Protesters target Rothman at JFNA
Several ousted from General Assembly in Tel Aviv; fellow panelist accuses far-right MK of ‘crushing Israeli democracy and Diaspora relations’ with judicial overhaul, gets ovation
Protest leaders take the stage at JFNA, say overhaul is ‘tearing up social contract’
At Jewish Agency summit, visitors from Diaspora sound alarm on judicial overhaul
Sirens to blare at 8 p.m. Monday, 11 a.m. Tuesday
Israel readies to usher in Memorial Day ceremonies, under shadow of overhaul rifts
Disruption feared at events for 24,213 fallen troops and 4,255 terror victims, as some ministers cancel; bereaved relatives to stay away; Bennett: ‘Focus only on families’ pain’
String of coalition ministers, MKs withdraw from Memorial Day events amid protests
High Court orders Gallant to allow Palestinians to attend joint Memorial Day event
Abe Foxman on antisemitism, the two-state solution, and judicial reform
Join Steve and the former national director of the Anti-Defamation League as they discuss key issues facing the Jewish people today
60,000 people in Israel born in the same year as the nation
Israel’s population nears 10 million, a 12-fold increase since state’s 1948 founding
Central Bureau of Statistics releases figures ahead of nation’s 75th anniversary; 183,000 babies born last year, and 28% of population is below age of 14
National Library seeks personal diaries and accounts from 1948
All a flutter
Blue and white butterfly voted national icon in run up to Independence Day
Israel arrests Jordanian MP for trying to smuggle 200 guns into West Bank, says Amman
Israel arrested a Jordanian parliamentarian on suspicion of smuggling over 200 guns and gold into the West Bank, Jordan’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement Sunday. According to Jordan’s Ammon news outlet, the arrest took place Saturday evening at the Allenby Bridge border crossing, as MP Imad al-Adwan...
FM Cohen: We don’t hold Jordan responsible for its MP’s weapons smuggling attempt
PM drums up support for right-wing ‘million person’ rally, but won’t join – report
Netanyahu confidants in talks with ultra-Orthodox parties to convince Haredi communities to participate in protest, TV news says
In US TV interview, Netanyahu says parts of judicial overhaul ‘not going to happen’
Netanyahu stays away, isn't mentioned by Jewish dignitaries
‘Please help us’: Anti-overhaul activists set the tone at US Jews’ Tel Aviv gathering
JTA — At a marquee conference of American Jewish leaders that kicked off Sunday night in Tel Aviv, the loudest cheers were for anti-government protesters, most of the energy could be found outside of the convention center’s gates, and the biggest news was who didn’t show up. The...
Protesters outside JFNA confab try to engage visiting US Jews on judicial overhaul
Absently present: We will not be at Yossi’s graveside this year
We are out fighting on your behalf to make sense of the most senseless loss. We are defending the soul of our nation
At 75, there’s hope – if we’re willing to see it
In an Israel dangerously divided into two camps, there has been a move from both sides to the empathetic center
A letter to Israel’s demographically intoxicated
You’re right. You do have many children – more than anyone else in Israel. But guess who has even more children
Jews and Armenians: Survivors who are thriving
On this Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, so soon after Yom HaShoah, take comfort in people’s capacity for grit and resilience
Swastika carved into US Jewish teen’s back at school; culprits not found in 6 weeks
Boy, 17, with nonverbal autism is only kippah-wearing student at Las Vegas school; mom pulls him from institution, doesn’t trust version of events by staffer tasked with aiding him
Death penalty trial to begin of man accused of killing 11 at Pittsburgh synagogue
Herzog’s global Jewish dialogue initiative is laudable, as long as it’s not too late
President Isaac Herzog used his address to the Jewish Federations of North America's General Assembly in Tel Aviv on Sunday night to announce plans for "a first-of-its-kind global council for Jewish dialogue" -- a place, as he put it, "where we can engage in serious, sensitive, and strategic discussions on the most complex and pressing issues facing our people." The...
Daily Briefing Apr 24: President launches global dialogue forum. Will anyone listen?
A deeply divided Israel limps toward its 75th birthday under weight of internal rift
Government’s planned overhaul of judiciary has split the nation so deeply that the division is sometimes felt even within families
Regev said to direct cameras to cut away from protest signs at torch-lighting event
75 years on, newly found compass points to heart of 1948 battle where 35 troops died
Researchers also unearth bullet casings at site of famous Lamed Heh battle in War of Independence, shedding rare light on an incident from which there were no Palmach survivors
Netflix 'Jewish Matchmaking' star, a new immigrant, co-hosts
‘There’s somebody for everyone’: Dozens of matchmakers meet to swap tips in Jerusalem
Professional and amateur ‘shadchanim’ attend conference billed as first of its kind, while debating best practices on how to help others find their ‘bashert’
Foreign minister lauds expansion of Israeli diplomatic clout into Eurasia region
Foreign Minister Eli Cohen has eight more months in office -- until December 29, 2023, when he is scheduled to be replaced by Energy Minister Israel Katz. Then, sometime in 2026, he is meant to return to the role of top diplomat, at least according to an internal Likud rotation agreement. Because of the unusual arrangement, Cohen has been setting...
Tech transfer companies perform the 'art of translation'
Israeli universities churn out startups as ties with tech industry grow
Data shows rise of over 120% in startups set up yearly by academic institutions, from 34 in 2016 to 75 in 2020, accounting for 13% of total new startups established in Israel
Renewable energy firm opens trade on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange after IPO
The classic animated film ‘An American Tail’ is now a musical
Shira Li Bartov
The adaptation of the 1986 movie about a family of Russian-Jewish mice who move to America will run at the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis from April 25 through June 18
10 years in prison for drunk driver who killed 12-year-old cyclist on Yom Kippur
Palestinian man shot dead by Israeli troops during raid near Jericho
UK’s Labour suspends MP Diane Abbott for saying Jews don’t face racism
Israel Police use of NSO spyware set to be probed by Knesset subcommittee
Israel said to shell Hezbollah position in southern Syria, drop threatening flyers
Teacher arrested on suspicion of shooting dead boy, 11, earlier this month
Polish regulator probes TV channel after academic argued Poles ‘failed’ Jews in WWII
Earth Day art murals reinvent crumbling army barracks at Dead Sea
Man, 22, shot dead in Rishon Lezion in suspected criminal underworld slaying
Cinematheque opens archive to global viewers for Israel’s 75th
The fuzzy, neurotic, unmistakably Jewish legacy of cartoonist Ed Koren
Urgency grows in DeSantis team to launch 2024 bid amid relentless Trump attacks
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