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Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Netanyahu slams Corbyn for honoring Munich terrorists, comparing Israel to Nazis
By TOI staff
Prime minister calls for 'unequivocal condemnation' of the UK opposition leader 'from everyone – left, right and everything in between'
Striking back at Netanyahu, Corbyn says Israel killed ‘dozens’ of Gaza kids
By Raphael Ahren
UK Labour denies Corbyn honored Munich terrorists, but he says he was present
By TOI staff
The man behind the curtain in Corbyn’s Oz: A virulently anti-Israel spin doctor
One Labour insider says that because of top aide Seumas Milne, if the party came to power 'Israel would have to assume diplomatic relations were unofficially null and void'
Jewish leader Ron Lauder slams nation-state law, Orthodox hegemony
By TOI staff and JTA
In second op-ed critical of government, former Netanyahu confidant writes that recent Israeli policies pose the 'greatest threat' to the future of the Jewish people
To sway the teachers’ union to love Israel, Randi Weingarten criticizes it
By Ben Sales
Netanyahu says detention, questioning of Peter Beinart at airport a ‘mistake’
By TOI staff and Agencies
Prominent journalist is latest in a string of progressive US Jews questioned about their political affiliations, support for Palestinians, while trying to enter Israel
Fire balloons land in south as Israel considers easing Gaza restrictions
By Judah Ari Gross
Defense minister said to meet with security chiefs on possibility of lifting controls on goods entering Strip, expanding fishing zone
Israel and Hamas reportedly near truce after days of relative quiet
By TOI staff and Judah Ari Gross
Defense minister’s office clarifies: Not all Gazans killed on fence were Hamas
By Judah Ari Gross
Live updates (closed)
Jewish Home ministers to oppose long-term Gaza ceasefire agreement
By Jacob Magid
Naftali Bennett slams play by Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman to reopen Kerem Shalom Crossing if quiet continues; says such moves give Hamas time to prepare future attacks
Support for two-state solution at lowest in nearly 20 years — poll
By Adam Rasgon
43% of Palestinians and Israeli Jews back the two-state solution; last year, the Palestinian figure was 52% and the Jewish figure was 47%
Hebron shooter reportedly denied gun license, police say he may be public danger
By Stuart Winer and TOI staff
IDF arrests 21 Palestinians, seizes suspected gunsmith tools
By Judah Ari Gross
IDF: Soldiers nab 3 Palestinians with pipe bombs near West Bank settlement
By Judah Ari Gross
Netanyahu reportedly had secret talks on Gaza with Sissi in Egypt in May
By TOI staff
Leaders said to have discussed easing blockade in exchange for ceasefire, PA assuming control of Strip and return of Israelis held by Hamas
Israel media review / Strip-search: 9 things to know for August 14
By Joshua Davidovich
Ministers said to reject plan to return PA control to Gaza
By Stuart Winer and TOI staff
Israel said to nix German plan for garbage dump to be used only by Palestinians
By TOI staff
Car hits pedestrians outside UK Parliament in terror attack
By Agencies
Two injured; London police arrest driver, treating incident as terror; witnesses say crash appears to have been deliberate
Questions, open wounds remain on anniversary of Catalonia jihadist attacks
First Israeli patient gets startup’s knee cartilage-regrowing implant
By Shoshanna Solomon
Procedure is part of global clinical trial for technology developed by Israel's CartiHeal, which hopes to bring relief to millions of sufferers of knee pain
Educational TV takes its final breath — what a pity
Israel's oldest broadcast company shaped generations of kids with intelligent, sensitive programming. It was axed for no good reason
Top Ops
Merav Blum
Every day with no siren is a gift
As a student in Sderot, I strive to enjoy the calm between rocket attacks -- and carry anti-anxiety pills in my wallet
Ari Segal
Religious revelations from the slaughterhouse
The OU's decertification of 'shackle and hoist'-slaughtered meat shows how Jewish ethical precepts can be elevated
Warning: Spoilers
Why Spike Lee’s ‘BlacKkKlansman’ is a cautionary tale for 21st-century Jews
By Charles Dunst
Europe is going bananas over this Israeli guy’s avocados
By Cnaan Liphshiz
More Headlines
Amid bacterial disease scare in Golan streams, hikers urged to seek treatment
By Michael Bachner
Tel Aviv mayor says municipality will pay venue cost for Eurovision song contest
By TOI staff
Israeli swimmers bag 2 gold medals in European para championship
By Michael Bachner
B-U-N-C-O / Man charged with fraud for fixing New York synagogue bingo game
Stephen Miller’s uncle calls him an ‘immigration hypocrite’
Russia deploys police to help UN patrol Israel-Syria border
By TOI staff and AP
2 men found dead after standoff were sons of slain Cleveland Jewish doctor
By TOI staff and AP
Supreme Court icon / Looking for a little justice? RBG now has her own action figure
Israeli, US embassies in Berlin receive letters with powder
Israel approves construction of housing for Bedouin, disabled populations
Israel protests to Romania after tourists beaten by police
By AP and TOI staff
Deadly day on Israeli construction sites as 3 workers fall to their deaths
By TOI staff
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