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Sunday, May 14, 2023
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2 killed in Israel; 28 killed in Gaza, 10 of them civilians
Tense calm between Israel, Islamic Jihad appears to hold, ending 5-day conflict
Following last-minute rocket salvo and retaliatory IDF strikes in Gaza, parties hold fire in Egypt-mediated ceasefire that went into effect late Saturday
Israel, Islamic Jihad agree to ceasefire after five days of fighting
Israel reopens Gaza crossings, shut since launch of Operation Shield and Arrow
Operation Broken Record: Israel is already counting down to the next Gaza conflict
The five-day battle between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group in the Gaza Strip dubbed Operation Shield and Arrow, which ended with a ceasefire Saturday night, was the first major conflict overseen by military chief Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi. The round of fighting was considered successful, but dragged on longer than needed,...
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Justice minister said warning he could quit if part of overhaul not passed soon
Levin reportedly demanding that at least part of the plan be approved in current Knesset session, even without broad agreement with opposition
Polls show Netanyahu's recent popularity deficit shrink after Gaza op
Hamas's Mashaal faces anger for attending Qatar wedding during Gaza fighting
Ben Gvir expected to take part in religious nationalist Flag March in Jerusalem
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‘Well done’: Netanyahu hails IDF, Shin Bet performance in Gaza operation
In first comments since ceasefire took effect Saturday night, PM claims Israel made substantive gains by eliminating terror leaders
‘We made no promises’: FM Cohen says Israel offered PIJ nothing beyond ceasefire
Israel, US, UN thank Egypt for role in mediating ceasefire with Islamic Jihad in Gaza
Israel’s Gaza operation met its goals in seconds; trouble is, it went on for 5 days
At a joint appearance last Wednesday, late on the second day of Israel's Operation Shield and Arrow against the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group in Gaza, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Yoav Gallant proclaimed that the prime goals of the operation had already been achieved -- indeed that they were achieved in what Netanyahu specified were the...
Daily Briefing May 14: Operation Shield and Arrow wrap; bittersweet Eurovision battle
Were Israelites literate when they entered the Holy Land?
Academic article on controversial 3,200-year-old ‘curse tablet’ fails to sway experts
Year after team hails bombshell discovery of oldest Hebrew writing in Israel, details of the find hit a peer-reviewed journal. But some academics don’t see any inscription at all
Polls open in Turkey for knife-edge presidential vote that could unseat Erdogan
Country’s longest-serving leader and his Islamic-rooted party face their most serious challenge ever from secular 6-party alliance led by Kemal Kilicdaroglu; high turnout expected
Erdogan put to the test by secular alliance as Turkey votes in pivotal election
My sweet baby girl is in Paris, and I don’t know how she got there
She’s the one doing the changing; I’m the one have the growing pains
‘Small Gifts’: About a place where Judaism is in the air
Rami Kleinstein’s song welcoming Sabbath represents my Israel – that beautiful fusion of religious and secular
Sweden wins 2023 Eurovision, while Israel’s Noa Kirel finishes in 3rd place
‘Unicorn’ propels Israel to best finish since its 2018 win with ‘Toy’ by Netta Barzilai, who was on hand in Liverpool to sing alongside other past Eurovision icons at grand final
King Charles said to signal interest in a trip to Israel
Visit would be the first by a sitting British monarch; Conservative politician says initial prep already underway; Gaza flareup reportedly delayed effort
Gaza rocket killed Palestinian Abdullah Abu Jaba, also seriously injured his brother
Death of father of 6 at Israeli construction site near border without functioning bomb shelter highlights urgency of providing solutions for foreign workers, says aid group
Israeli forces detain Palestinian gunmen accused of March attack on troops in Huwara
Yamam officers break into apartment in West Bank’s Nablus, arrest suspects without any resistance; two soldiers had been injured in the drive-by shooting
Police: Palestinian shot dead after trying to stab officers at West Bank checkpoint
Downsized anti-overhaul rallies held amid ongoing Gaza rocket threat
Hundreds at Tel Aviv march, 5,000 attend rally in Haifa, as main organizers cancel events in center and south of country on fifth day of conflict with Islamic Jihad
Netanyahu, Smotrich hail S&P for affirming credit score, shrug off overhaul warnings
Israeli killed in Tunisian synagogue attack buried in Netivot amid Gaza fighting
Brother-in-law says family hoped Aviel Haddad would come back from Djerba pilgrimage with a bride, instead he ‘returned in a coffin’
Growing ‘End Jew Hatred’ movement sparks controversy amid right-wing links
New York Jewish Week, via JTA — Last month, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, a Jewish Democrat, proclaimed April 29 “End Jew Hatred Day,” citing “an urgent need to act against antisemitism in Colorado and across the country.” Similar proclamations came from New York Rep. Mike Lawler, a Republican, and dozens of other elected officials nationwide. But in the New York City...
'We’re starting to see this as a profoundly Jewish issue'
US Jewish institutions awaken to climate crisis, with hundreds pledging action
Long a top priority for American Jews, climate change hasn’t been high on the agenda for the organizations serving them – but that’s beginning to change
Israelis swamp passport offices at launch of marathon drive for travel documents
Zelensky says looming offensive aims to retake lost ground, not attack Russia
Injunction issued against Jerusalem municipality over park cafe’s Shabbat restriction
Rashida Tlaib says she ‘struggles’ with prospect of uprooting West Bank settlements
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