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Senior Likud Knesset members continued on Tuesday to express their disappointment over the reduced roles they will receive in the upcoming government and Knesset. “There is a problem with the upcoming coalition agreement, and I hope it will change,” Likud’s MK David Bitan said on 103FM on Tuesday morning. “There is a problem with the […]

The disgraced modeling agent was arrested in Amsterdam earlier this year in a joint operation by the intelligence divisions of the Dutch and Israel Police. Published: NOVEMBER 22, 2022 14:10 Updated: NOVEMBER 22, 2022 14:19 Israeli modeling agent Shai Avital (C) poses for a picture with Israeli models during an event on a rooftop in […]

Turkey and Iran both carried out attacks against Kurdish areas of Syria and Iraq, threatening to destabilize the region and harming civilian life. Turkey claimed its attacks were in response to “terrorism,” although Ankara has shown no evidence that Kurdish groups are behind any terror attacks in Turkey. Iran claims its attacks are designed to […]

Iran will likely soon carry out at least a symbolic enrichment of uranium to the 90% weaponized level, saidIDF Intelligence Chief Maj. Gen. Aharon Haliva on Monday. Speaking at the INSS conference on Iran, he said that the world will be tested soon like never before. To date, the Islamic Republic has never dared to cross […]

Five people were killed and 18 injured in a shooting at a gay nightclub on Saturday night in Colorado Springs, Colorado, police said. A suspect was in custody and was being treated for injuries after the attack at Club Q, Colorado Springs Lieutenant Pamela Castro told a news conference. Police got the initial phone call […]

The haredi United Torah Judaism party (UTJ) and the Religious Zionist Party (RZP) demanded as part of the ongoing coalition negotiations to legalize gender-segregation for the haredi and religious public, Yisrael Hayom reported on Sunday morning. The demand is to enact legislation that says that segregation between men and women in public spaces, specifically cultural […]

To me, the most enigmatic and interesting character in the Bible is neither Moses nor David, but Abraham. After 10 generations between Adam and Noah and then a further 10 generations between Noah and Abraham, the Bible switches its focus from the wide universal to the very narrow and particular. From now on, our story […]

A few years ago, an Orthodox woman penned a New York Times article advocating the virtues of Shabbat observance to a general, non-Jewish public. The author portrayed Shabbat as a 24-hour oasis of serenity within our noisy and boisterous modern world. Shabbat provides down time to reconnect with our inner self, our families and our […]

This week’s deadly terrorist rampage in Ariel’s industrial zone came just as the IDF was expressing cautious optimism about the wave of Palestinian terrorism in the West Bank and Israel coming to an end. It’s been 250 days since the army launched Operation Break the Wave to crack down on terrorist attacks that killed 20 […]

The rise of right-leaning candidates in Israel’s November 1 election has been derided by a gaggle of breathless commentators, notably The New York Times’ Thomas Friedman, lamenting the end of Israel as we once knew it. First, it should be noted that such prognostications are wildly premature; Israel’s government has yet to be formed. Moreover, […]


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