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Thursday, May 11, 2023
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Gallant orders military to prepare further Gaza operations
Israeli officials deny concessions offered to Islamic Jihad in contacts on ceasefire
Reports claimed Israel would halt targeted killings, hand over body of terror group member who died in custody; mortar fire continues on southern towns
Gallant tells US defense chief Austin: Israel is prepared for long campaign in Gaza
Netanyahu says IDF ‘at height of battle,’ as resumed fighting sinks ceasefire bid
Live updates (closed)
Efforts for truce said underway as no rockets fired for hours after IDF strikes Gaza
Optimism reportedly growing among Egyptian mediators, between Israel and Islamic Jihad; Jerusalem said continuing strikes, pushing for ceasefire as operation goals seen as achieved
Palestinian media says IDF strikes in Gaza continuing in reaction to rocket salvo
With no rockets fired for hours, optimism said growing that ceasefire can be reached
A year on, IDF spokesperson apologizes for Shireen Abu Akleh's death for 1st time
Israeli airstrike in Gaza kills commander of Islamic Jihad’s rocket forces
Targeted killing in Khan Younis further dampens hopes for a ceasefire; security restrictions in southern Israel remain in place after 507 rockets fired at Israel
Daily Briefing May 11: Day 3 of Operation Shield and Arrow – the world responds
Israel’s Declaration of Independence on May 14, 1948 was not only the birth of a state — it was also the birth of Israeli radio.
Military believes failed Islamic Jihad rockets killed four civilians in Gaza
Victims include 3 kids, among 25 reported dead in Strip; IDF publishes clip showing projectiles falling short; Air Force calls off strike after children seen near target
Haviv Rettig Gur
For Netanyahu, the storm before the calm?
Until the start of hostilities with the Islamic Jihad terror group this week, Netanyahu’s government seemed to be teetering on the brink of collapse. The prime minister was in a bitter row with most of his coalition partners. Some were threatening to leave the coalition or angrily calling for him to resign. There was the never-ending...
PM says Israel ready to expand Gaza operation despite bid to limit conflict
David’s Sling downs rocket headed for Tel Aviv in first real-world interception
Medium-range anti-missile system failed in sole previous attempt to shoot down hostile projectile, but now may join Iron Dome in changing face of Gazan threat
Massive rocket barrages target Tel Aviv and south, dampening ceasefire hopes
IDF says campaign remains focused on Islamic Jihad after nearly 300 rockets fired
Tunisia president condemns ‘cowardly’ synagogue shooting, insists country still safe
Kais Saied denounces attempt to disturb ‘stability’ as authorities probe guardsman’s motive for killing 5 outside Djerba’s historic Ghriba synagogue
‘Jewish life goes on’: Djerba community shows resilience after deadly attack
Death toll in Tunisia synagogue attack rises to five
The calm before the storm
Like a snow day in the US Midwest, we feel the stillness. We’re getting prepared. The things is, we’re not waiting for snow
For a secure, democratic Israel, the only way is separation from the Palestinians
Former security chiefs warn military responses alone are not a longterm answer to looming threats
Bernie Sanders steps in to help Rep. Tlaib hold anti-Israel event in Capitol
Sen. Bernie Sanders chaired a gathering in the US Senate Wednesday during which Congress member Rashida Tlaib hosted an event where she bashed Israel as an "apartheid" state that engages in terror. The gathering was to mark the Nakba, a Palestinian term meaning "catastrophe" that refers to the displacement of Palestinian people when...
EU Parliament slams ‘hateful’ Palestinian textbooks, threatens funding freeze
A year on, Shireen Abu Akleh’s legacy still reverberates, as colleagues seek justice
Ben Gvir solves his own coalition crisis, leveraging Gaza op to pump up his base
National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir is counting this week's operation against Gaza terror groups as a political win, but his partners are making it difficult for him to claim any credit. On Tuesday, Ben Gvir agreed to end his far-right Otzma Yehudit party's boycott of government activity, cheering on the Israeli offensive that started...
Knesset advances NIS 10,000 fines for waving the flags of terrorist groups
TV news crew attacked in Tel Aviv as right wing fumes over Gaza coverage
Holocaust survivor and ‘Exodus’ passenger Fruma Gallant, defense minister’s mom, dies
Herzog praises her for passing on sense of duty to serve to next generation; Netanyahu sends condolences to ‘our friend’ Yoav Gallant, who doesn’t break from directing Gaza op
Israeli study reveals molecular basis for female Alzheimer’s patients’ rapid decline
Israeli research combining molecular and computational neuroscience has uncovered a molecular basis for why women living with Alzheimer's disease experience more rapid cognitive deterioration than men. A study, led by Prof. Hermona Soreq and Prof. Yonatan Loewenstein of the Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem,...
Palestinian teen to be indicted for East Jerusalem shooting that injured 2
15-year-old reportedly went to school after firing at car from point-blank range in flashpoint Sheikh Jarrah; IDF plans to demolish home of terrorist who killed brothers in Huwara
'It was the only country that opened its doors to Jews'
Shuttered museum seeks to tell story of Dominican Republic as haven for Jews in WWII
About 1,000 Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazis landed on the island country’s shores. With few relics of that time left, a small Jewish museum wants the government to help it reopen
IMF says uncertainty over judicial overhaul poses ‘risks’ to Israeli economy
IMF cuts 2023 growth outlook, noting judicial uncertainty could lead to severe financial conditions, hamper investment and consumption; S&P set to affirm credit rating outlook
Countertop maker Caesarstone to shut Sdot Yam plant, lay off over 100 workers
3 Ethiopians waiting to immigrate to Israel killed in Gondar fighting
Young woman indicted for reckless homicide over Negev car crash that killed baby
Fintech Airwallex opens Israel office to expand footprint in Middle East
Jewelry pieces marred by Nazi links fall short of target price at Christie’s auction
During CNN town hall, Trump digs in on election lies, insults sexual assault accuser
Boy, 5, dies of injuries days after Netanya hit-and-run
When Einstein wept
In ‘Oppenheimer’ trailer, the atomic bomb is born
UK’s Eurovision contestant, descendant of Holocaust survivor, seeks German passport
Zelensky: Ukraine needs more time before launching counteroffensive
Congressman George Santos charged with embezzling donations to buy luxury goods
Michael R. Sisak
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