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She visited Auschwitz with her father in 2019
‘It’s painful for us’: Poland invites Noa Kirel for visit after Eurovision remarks
Warsaw upset at singer for describing the maximum 12 points she received from Poland at song competition as a ‘victory’ given that members of her family perished there in Holocaust
TV host slammed for calling Haredim ‘bloodsuckers’ during panel on state budget
Galit Gutman issues apology after facing widespread criticism for accusing right-religious coalition of ‘simply milking its citizens’
Support for Netanyahu goes up, but voters unhappy with policies for Haredim — poll
Facing multiple crises, Israel’s high-tech looking to emerge stronger
On the way up to the Temple Mount, Likud is becoming Otzma Yehudit
Not long ago I asked Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu why he doesn't go up to the Temple Mount. The prime minister has never visited the holy site -- not even when he was head of the opposition or away from public office. The other Likud leaders, Menachem Begin, and Yitzhak Shamir, did not go...
Anti-overhaul protests enter 20th week as compromise talks remain stalled
Protest organizers rail against coalition’s budget, ‘deceptive negotiations,’ as rallies resume after pause due to Gaza rocket dangers last week
Far-right MK threatens to vote against budget if ‘Jewish identity’ unit not formed
The song that binds me to Israel
Not giving up on the Zionist miracle means believing that Israel is a place whose wonders have yet to cease — even now
A demographic problem of biblical proportions
If you do the math, and factor in ancient infant mortality rates, the only reasonable explanation for the Israelites’ exploding population is God
Yulia, the rare seal, briefly chased off Palmachim beach by overenthusiastic bathers
A rare and endangered Mediterranean monk seal -- affectionately known as Yulia in Israel -- briefly returned to shore several times on Saturday, but in one instance was forced to return to the waters after being chased by overenthusiastic bathers. Later Saturday, she was again seen resting...
MBS says Palestinians ‘the central issue’ for Arabs, as US pushes Israel-Saudi peace
Saudi crown prince stresses backing for Palestinian state amid intensified US effort to secure normalization; Egypt’s Sissi, who mediated Gaza ceasefire, slams Israeli ‘escalation’
‘A new phase of solidarity’: Assad caps return to Arab fold at Saudi-hosted summit
With Erdogan on cusp of keeping power, Israel has reason to root for former foe
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan appears to have weathered what is likely the most serious challenge to his continued rule yet. Though the Turkish economy is in tatters, and his policies rendered the massive February earthquakes even more deadly, his People's Alliance protected its parliamentary majority, and he appears poised to win a run-off...
Biden backs F-16 training for Ukrainian pilots at G7 meeting
US president tells leaders decisions on providing the fighter jets for use in battle will be made when the training is underway
US helping Ukraine get F-16s shows that for military aid, ‘no’ can become ‘yes’
Lolita C. Baldor
‘Peace will become closer today,’ says Zelensky, in Hiroshima for G7 talks
Russia warns West taking ‘colossal risks’ with potential supply of F-16s to Ukraine
Day after Biden approves training for Ukrainian pilots on US-made jets, Russia’s deputy foreign minister accuses Western countries of ‘still adhering to the escalation scenario’
Head of Russian mercenary group claims total capture of Ukraine’s Bakhmut
Israel Museum enters new phase with new director Denis Weil
Nation’s largest cultural institution looks to reach new audiences including Arab and Haredi communities, create new programming and develop new tech
Iran Guards chief threatens ‘final blow’ against US over 2020 killing of Soleimani
Head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps vows to drive US from Middle East, the latest in a series of threats following the assassination of the top general 3 years ago
US, French and UK naval commanders traverse key waterway in show of force to Iran
Iran executes man convicted of leading a human trafficking and prostitution ring
'Our Jewish colleagues today can face similar challenges'
UK posthumously honors Jewish diplomat blocked by Saudis in 1968 for being a Jew
19 years after his death, the British Foreign Office dedicates the ‘Phillips Room’ to Sir Horace Phillips, who overcame socioeconomic hurdles to become a long-serving ambassador
Director Jonathan Glazer’s horrifyingly ordinary Auschwitz tale chills Cannes
AFP -- The awful reality of Auschwitz seen from the other side of the wall, where the flowers grow and children play, is captured in Jonathan Glazer's long-awaited new film, "The Zone of Interest," which premiered Friday at Cannes. The horror of Auschwitz "is just bearing down on every pixel of every shot,...
In first, Portuguese parliament passes resolution supporting Israel
Measure overwhelmingly approved for Jewish state’s 75th anniversary urges bilateral cooperation and a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Over 500 rabbis say Biden’s antisemitism plan should embrace disputed IHRA definition
Letter is sent to White House endorsing outline for anti-Jewish bigotry that covers some Israel criticism, as progressive groups warn it will stifle legitimate debate
US antisemitism envoy pans attacks on Soros, after criticism by Diaspora minister
Woman run over and killed while crossing road in northern Israel
Gazan beekeeper returns to colony along border after latest fighting
Health Ministry slams hospital’s handling of potential embryo mix-up
Young boy in serious condition after choking on a grape
Weight of New York’s buildings is causing the city to sink, study says
Jeffrey Epstein-linked accounts transferred funds to Noam Chomsky, Bard College head
Asian-Jewish superhero fights 1970s Chinese mob in new comic book
Jewish American real estate magnate Sam Zell dies at 81
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