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Saturday, May 13, 2023
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IDF: 1,234 rockets fired at Israel since start of fighting
Gazan working in Israel killed, another badly hurt by rocket hit; truce talks stall
National security adviser says Israel not engaged in ceasefire negotiations, as Islamic Jihad vows to ramp up bombardment of Israeli cities after fresh airstrikes on Gaza
Israel, Islamic Jihad said to weigh ‘improved’ Egyptian offer for ceasefire in Gaza
Israel kills another top Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza City airstrike
'There was a love between them that you don't see every day'
Woman killed by rocket was helping paralyzed husband reach shelter, says grandson
The woman killed in a rocket strike in Rehovot was named as 80-year-old Inga Avramyan, as her grandson said Saturday that she died as she tried to help her paralyzed husband reach shelter. Avramyan's husband Sergei had limited mobility after a car accident left him partially paralyzed and...
Organizers nix Saturday overhaul protests over Gaza threat; some vow to rally anyway
Leaders cancel demonstrations, including in Tel Aviv, due to concerns of possible rocket attacks; some groups will still march to Kaplan Street, others vow to protest in north
Saturday’s Backstreet Boys concert in Israel canceled as conflict with Gaza drags on
Live updates (closed)
Ceasefire appears to hold after brief rocket attacks from Gaza, IDF strikes
Israeli jets hit Islamic Jihad targets in Strip after central and southern towns come under fire post 10.p.m truce; national security adviser says ‘quiet will be met with quiet’
Palestinians in Gaza celebrate ceasefire announcement
Sweden wins Eurovision, Israel's Noa Kirel finishes in 3rd place overall
Roads shut near Gaza over fears of anti-tank missile attacks to open at 6.am. -- IDF
'I learned about boys, breasts, bras, religion, all of that'
Judy Blume is having a moment. Here’s why Jewish women love her work
The author of ‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ – newly adapted for the screen – crafts protagonists who deal with a range of teen issues as well as issues of Jewish identity
Evacuation diary: Fear of driving
We Gaza border kibbutzniks have been warmly welcomed in Nahariya, but I’m too old for this nonsense. I need my home
Jews and Blacks came together after a mass shooting. What took so long?
The May 14, 2022 killings felt far away to some Jews in Buffalo, NY even though the attack happened just down the road
In first, endangered seal snoozes on central Israeli shore
Nature and Park Authority volunteers arrive to guard rare Mediterranean Monk Seal, urge public to keep distance until she returns to sea
Revamped as a national park, ancient Sussita’s rich history is even more accessible
Aviva and Shmuel Bar-Am
Settled 2,200 years ago and razed in an earthquake in 740 CE, the Golan Heights site changed hands numerous times over the years. It is now easier to reach for intrepid visitors
It’s Eurovision time: Here’s how the contest works and who to watch for
67th annual song contest’s grand finale to be broadcast live from Liverpool on Saturday night; 26 acts including Israel’s Noa Kirel to compete; Sweden and Finland among favorites
Israel’s Noa Kirel rides ‘Unicorn’ to Eurovision grand final
Trailing in polls, Erdogan vows to respect democracy if he loses Sunday’s election
Turkey’s president, who has held the post since 2014, is fighting for his political life against an energized, unified opposition
Amir Bar Shalom
Israel needs a new policy to push Hamas out of its comfort zone
Amid the hostilities between Israel and Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at the advice of the security establishment, issued a clear directive to ministers: Keep Hamas out of your rhetoric. Up until Friday, only two ministers broke ranks: Energy Minister Israel Katz, a Likud MK who reportedly got a scolding as a result, and Finance...
S&P affirms Israel’s credit rating, warns of ‘persistent’ domestic, regional risks
Ratings agency says economic growth to slow to 1.5% in 2023; In reported talks with S&P representatives ahead of decision, Netanyahu vowed overhaul would not pass in original form
Only Republicans speak at ‘bipartisan’ Israel gathering to replace Tlaib’s event
Prominent pro-Israel Democratic lawmakers not invited to McCarthy’s discussions after US House speaker reserved space Democratic congresswoman wanted to use for Nakba meeting
Israel’s Inbar Lanir wins gold at World Judo Championships in Qatar
Judoka becomes Israel’s 3rd world champion, dedicates her win to those under rocket fire
Two Palestinian gunmen killed as IDF raids hideout apartment in West Bank’s Nablus
Military says troops detonate several primed explosives at Balata refugee camp residence, used by terror operatives planning attacks; no soldiers hurt in clash
2 killed by gunfire in Nazareth, Kafr Manda amid soaring crimewave
Nazareth shooting thought linked to feud between criminal organizations; man in his 20s killed in Kafr Manda, 77 members of Arab community killed in violence since start of year
Jewish former first lady of Peru flees to Israel after extradition request
Singers, eco-activists, designer dreams: True tales at 25th Docaviv
Company that offers farmers intel on trees adapts tech to measure carbon absorption
US to send reinforcements to Gulf after increased Iranian threat to shipping
Pittsburgh Jewish community tracks jump in hate speech amid synagogue massacre trial
France says 2 citizens freed from Iranian prison, on way to Paris
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