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Far-right MK: This represents our victory over the Arabs
At Jerusalem Flag March, chants of ‘Death to Arabs’ and assaults on Palestinians
Still, contentious event ends without major incident as thousands of religious nationalists participate; some attack Palestinians and reporters, sing ‘May your village burn’
Jewish, Palestinian worshipers clash in Jerusalem a day after city’s Flag March
Israel draws fire from allies over Flag March, lawmakers’ visits to Temple Mount
Triumphalism and ethno-nationalism take center stage at Jerusalem Day events
Thursday's Flag March for Jerusalem Day was an event of both national celebration as well as fervid nationalistic sentiment, which was once again badly tarnished by violence and incitement in the Old City of Jerusalem. This year, as in every year, tens of thousands of young religious-Zionist men and women from schools, yeshivas and seminaries around the country descended on...
Herzog at Jerusalem Day event warns ‘senseless hatred’ leads to destruction
Hundreds of Palestinians riot on Gaza border amid controversial Jerusalem Flag March
'It's like you are sitting with him, watching how he works'
Mysterious trilingual Cairo Geniza vocab list found to be penned by Maimonides
Housed at Cambridge University’s Genizah Research Unit, crib sheet with words in Hebrew, Arabic and a Romance dialect gives a glimpse into renowned philosopher’s method of thinking
Exploring Innovation Initiatives Between Israel and Bahrain
Learn how the latest collaborations between Israel and Bahrain have the potential to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life for all people in the MENA region.
Fear and loathing at Damascus Gate
When the teen bullies at the Flag March saw me filming them, they surrounded me and cursed me out, never mind that we all wore the same kippot on our heads
Sderot, the day after: No one is alone
The time the man who helps locals process the rocky emotional terrain of Sderot was schooled in emotional health by Sderot residents, under rocket attack
A single absentee mohel is thwarting dozens of converts at very end of their journey
It takes years of studying, considerable devotion and a radical lifestyle change for someone born outside Judaism to pass a conversion test, conducted by three Orthodox rabbinical judges certified by the Chief Rabbinate to vet such processes. So when one such young man recently passed the test, he believed that he had cleared the last...
'Nobody knew what he looked like for so many years'
Hunting for a ghost: New show depicts CIA-Mossad pursuit of most-wanted terrorist
‘Fauda’ co-creators Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff team up with Showtime on ‘Ghosts of Beirut,’ a mostly-true account of the assassination of Hezbollah terror chief Imad Mughniyeh
After Musk’s anti-Soros remarks, Diaspora minister calls Twitter chief a ‘role model’
Diaspora Affairs Minister Amichai Chikli on Thursday defended Elon Musk after the Twitter chief and tech billionaire attacked Jewish megadonor George Soros, drawing fire from the Foreign Ministry and the Anti-Defamation League. Musk said on Twitter on Monday that Soros "hates humanity" and compared the philanthropist to a...
Austrian police charge 2 men after Hitler speech plays on train’s loudspeakers
Addressing Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia, Zelensky vows Ukraine ‘will never submit’
Ukrainian president attends Jeddah summit as part of efforts to rally world support, swipes at Iran for supplying drones to Russia; Syria’s Assad welcomed back after 12 years
Arab leaders, joined by Assad, look to resolve conflicts at summit in Saudi Arabia
Iran hangs 3 linked to Amini protests, drawing condemnations
Dueling ministers said threatening to quit government over budget demands
Finance Minister Smotrich denies report he’s warning he’ll resign if Haredi parties’ demands for further funds are met
Strike ends, but municipalities vow legal action on plan to redistribute local taxes
Ex-president Rivlin: Compromise on overhaul might still damage democracy
Film mogul Milchan said to fear harassment from Netanyahu base if he attends trial
Newspaper says key witness, who received okay to give upcoming testimony remotely for health reasons, feels he would need ‘an army of security guards’ if he returned to testify
Top Netanyahu associate warns against ‘playing with the lion’s balls’
Netanyahu jokes with Noa Kirel: ‘You don’t want to see me dance’
'Each person puts their own identity into it'
Jewish weavers craft their own heritage at this New Jersey synagogue’s ‘Loom Room’
Over 300 Judaica items have been woven at Neve Shalom, which offers equipment and instruction so experts and novices alike can create custom religious pieces for friends and family
Chabad envoys gather in Morocco, the cradle of the emissary project
Rabbis and their wives, from small communities in about 40 countries, celebrate 70th anniversary of ‘shluchim’ network that’s working to strengthen Jewish life across the globe
'What used to be fringe is now in the Knesset'
What Matters Now to historian Sara Hirschhorn: Extremism is now mainstream
For an American scholar of Israel’s ultranationalistic movements, a research trip that coincides with the Jerusalem flashpoint Flag March couldn’t have been better timed
From Fruit Roll-Ups to a fish filet, Israeli startup ready to feed its printer
Steakholder Foods says it produced world’s first ready-to-cook filet that can go from printer to plate within minutes
Rabbi at Tel Aviv synagogue bars autistic child from attending prayers
Man shot dead in northern town, in Arab community’s 80th fatality this year
In first, Tel Aviv religious council offers funds to Orthodox LGBTQ women’s group
Air Force grounds fleet of Yasur choppers after malfunction
Testing uncovers another possible embryo mix-up at Assuta clinic
US mayor apologizes for saying trash collectors ‘not trying to Jew anybody’
Steve McQueen’s marathon documentary on Nazi-occupied Amsterdam divides Cannes
Man killed, 9 hurt in carbon monoxide poisoning incident at Beersheba pizzeria
Pittsburgh synagogue shooter faces death penalty in trial set to start May 30
No place like home
Man charged with stealing famed ruby slippers of ‘Wizard of Oz’
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