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Saturday, November 11, 2023
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Nov. 11: PM opposes PA return to Gaza after war; IDF to help evacuate babies from Shifa
Netanyahu says Israel will stand alone if needed to beat Hamas * Tens of thousands urge return of hostages * Huge anti-Israel march in UK * 5 more IDF deaths, ground op toll at 42
Israel targets anti-tank missile cell in strikes on Hezbollah targets
Sderot says drone intercepted after sirens activated in Gaza border towns
Sirens sound in southern towns due to suspected drone infiltration
Times: Jewish students at UK universities face rising threats
300,000 march against Israel in London on Armistice Day, demand Gaza ceasefire
Anti-Israel ‘From the river to the sea’ slogan chanted; some wear Hamas headbands; 82 counter-protestors arrested amid scuffles; police out in force to keep peace on sensitive date
Wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh, Iran’s Raisi arrives in Saudi Arabia for Gaza summit
Macron: Israel must stop bombing babies, women, elderly; PM: Hamas to blame for deaths
French president says ‘no justification’ for killing civilians in Gaza; Netanyahu says Hamas is using them as human shields, ‘world leaders must condemn Hamas-ISIS and not Israel’
Blinken says ‘far too many Palestinians have been killed’ in Israel-Hamas war
Netanyahu says IDF will control Gaza after war, rejects notion of international force
Fierce battles as IDF troops close in on Gaza’s Shifa hospital, said to house Hamas HQ
Medical center says it is out of fuel; witnesses say Israeli soldiers ‘visible’ near hospital; military announces ‘tactical pauses’ in Jabaliya activities so residents can evacuate
IDF says it captured key Hamas posts in Gaza City, killing 150 terror operatives
Israel revises death toll from Oct. 7 Hamas assault, dropping it from 1,400 to 1,200
Foreign Ministry official gives new number as Israel continues painstaking efforts to identify the victims of terrorists’ brutal rampage
This US veteran stands by the soldiers defending Israel
This attack on Israel is an attack on all the same values that Americans have fought to defend
Noam E. Marans
To Christian leaders: Your Jewish neighbors need you
To those who failed to see our pain, please reconsider. For most Jews, this is the most vulnerable moment of their lifetimes
PM's wife meets with relatives of hostages
Israel said more bullish on limited hostage deal as families mark 5 weeks of captivity
Senior officials tell networks any agreement will likely be for many dozens of captives — but not all of them; Shabbat service held in Tel Aviv in honor of hundreds of kidnapped
4 IDF soldiers seriously wounded by Hezbollah anti-tank missile, drone strike
Military responds with airstrikes on Iran-backed terror group’s sites; UAVs set off alarms in Upper Galilee
LA charter school ousts teachers who taught 1st graders about ‘genocide of Palestine’
LOS ANGELES (JTA) — The Los Angeles charter school that stirred controversy at the synagogue where it is housed after first-grade teachers taught lessons about “the genocide of Palestine” announced steps on Friday to “repair this harm.” Two teachers have been removed from the school and the principal has been placed on leave at Citizens...
LA charter school housed at synagogue tells 1st-graders about ‘genocide of Palestine’
NYC high schoolers stage walkout to protest Israel’s war against Hamas
Columbia University suspends Jewish Voice for Peace, Students for Justice in Palestine
New York Jewish Week — Columbia University has suspended two pro-Palestinian student groups — Jewish Voice for Peace and Students for Justice in Palestine — saying they violated university policies and expressed “threatening rhetoric and intimidation.” The suspension runs through the end of the fall semester, about six...
'I have 6,000 messages on my Whatsapp right now'
Israeli charity aims to provide it all for soldiers, including mobile laundry and spas
With a special orientation towards reserve soldiers and evacuee families, the Klal Yisroel Organization also wants to bridge the religious-secular divide
Organizers of mass pro-Israel rally in Washington seek to pitch broad tent for Jews
Conference of Presidents chief says Nov. 14 protest to focus on tragedy of Hamas attacks, need to free hostages and danger of antisemitism: ‘We must stand together as one’
'I gave them permission. I trusted them'
Jewish musicians want Jewish Israel critics to stop singing their songs at protests
Rabbi Menachem Creditor and Shoshana Jedwab are among artists who don’t want anti-Zionist groups, such as IfNotNow, using their works in wake of Hamas’s Oct. 7 massacre
In Eilat, 10,000 evacuated residents of Sderot form a ‘city within a city’
Municipality of the rocket-battered border town continues to provide service to its 30,000 residents, a third of whom are staying in Eilat
New York Times: Accusations 'untrue and outrageous'
Watchdog accepts news orgs weren’t tipped off about Oct. 7: We just ‘raised questions’
The executive director of an Israeli media watchdog organization said Thursday it was simply “raising questions” by publicly wondering whether Palestinian photojournalists who documented the devastating October 7 Hamas assault on southern Israel — and sent some of the first images — had been tipped off in advance that the attack would...
Charging abandonment by Netanyahu’s government, Likud’s southern base is rising up
Yehiel Zohar, the mayor of Netivot and Tamir Idan, the head of the Sdot Negev Regional Council, are unable to free themselves from the trauma of October 7, dealing with its impact day by day, hour by hour. Both feel that the state abandoned them before and after the horrific terrorist attacks. Neither is ready...
'She generated so many conversations we take for granted'
New biography revisits legacy of Jewish feminist Betty Friedan
Shira Li Bartov
Rachel Shteir’s ‘Betty Friedan: Magnificent Disrupter’ offers a more comprehensive portrait of the complex, often controversial activist for women’s rights
US publisher removes antisemitic stereotypes from Georgette Heyer romance novel
Hebrew pocket watch, frozen in time of Titanic wreck, to be auctioned
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