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Abracadabra: Israel Museum exhibit explores Jewish magic

A new exhibition features rare artifacts, including the earliest known instance of the Shema prayer used in a Jewish amulet.


Kashrut supervisors cook shrimp in protest against planned reforms

Kashrut supervisors cooked shrimp and held fake kashrut certificates in protest in front of the home of the religious affairs minister.

Eitan Biran is being sent back, and Italy is rejoicing - analysis

How can religion or nationality justify uprooting such a young child from his environment, who has already suffered so much – and through a kidnapping on top of it?

Maccabi Tel Aviv, Hapoel Jerusalem face pivotal tests

Yellow-and-blue hosts Zalgiris, Barca in Euroleague • Reds aim to rebound from dismal start.


High Court rejects Likud petition to strike down Knesset committee setup: 'illegal'

The opposition has argued proportional representation of opposition MKs on key committees is the only way to ensure checks and balances against power grabs by the coalition.

Netanyahu case: Walla employees' testimony concludes

The prosecution is expected to reconstruct for the Jerusalem District Court the part of its Case 4000 narrative relating to the telecommunications giant Bezeq.

Ayelet Shaked at a Knesset press conference.

The 'Ayelet Shaked Show' is going on tour - analysis

Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked is working hard to make her presence felt and remain as relevant as ever.


Court: Eitan Biran to return to Italy, Israeli grandfather to pay reparations

The court found that Biran had deeper ties with his Italian family and surroundings than he did with his Israeli family.

Israel Climate Change delegation to Glasgow larger than Olympic team to Tokyo

The delegation numbers 140 people in comparison to the 90 member team that Israel sent to the Olympic Games in Tokyo earlier this year/

UAE Air Force Chief lands in Israel in first public visit

Maj.-Gen. Ibrahim Nasser Mohammed al-Alawi was hosted by IAF Commander Maj.-Gen. Amikam Norkin as part of the Blue Flag drill.

Bennett, senior minister support Kotel agreement - Diaspora Min.

Shai has already submitted a government resolution to the cabinet to implement the 2016 Western Wall agreement.

Israeli movie tickets go for NIS 10 for Israeli Cinema Day

Some 32 Israeli movies will be shown in cinemas around the country for NIS 10 on October 27.

Massive allocations to Israel's Arab sector here to stay - Abbas

MK Mansour Abbas said he proved he is changing not only politics but also Israeli society. From now on, he said it will be natural that Arab parties will be in governing coalitions.


Techstars Tel Aviv launches its second Accelerator Program of 2021

The international network plans to hold two cohorts in Israel annually from now on, doubling their number of participants.

Wild boars in Jerusalem terrify residents, damage property

Currently, the Jerusalem area locality with the biggest boar problem is Mevaseret Zion, with the animals terrifying residents. 


Israel cancels travel warning for Morocco

The travel warning against Israelis going to Morocco had been in place for over a decade.

Gaza AP building strike was 'own-goal' for Israel - ex-IDF general

"The demolition of the tower where the AP offices were located is equivalent to a 'PR terror attack' and an own-goal," said Alon.

Knesset speaker mourns MP's death with British counterpart

In honor of Sir David's friendship, Speaker Levy brought with him for Sir David’s wife a personal letter and a special tribute on behalf of the Knesset of a golden depiction of Jerusalem.


Air Force Drill 'Blue Flag' 2021 enters second week

Thousands of foreign troops and dozens of foreign jets are taking part in Israel's most advanced aerial drill, which is entering it second week.

High Court to rule on eviction of Arab families from Silwan

After receiving ownership of the land, Ateret Kohanim began lawsuits in efforts to evict the Arab residents of the neighborhood. 

Workers rake up the glorious olive harvest

Rabbis for Human Rights volunteers attacked by Israelis in West Bank

Rabbis for Human Rights volunteers were helping Palestinians with the olive harvest when they were pepper-sprayed by settlers.

Israeli prison guard indicted for rape, abuse, threats, harassment

The defendant threatened to kill himself while framing the complainant and cut himself with a knife after raping her.

Arab conviction rates in mixed cities higher than rest of Israel - study

The high conviction rates are likely due to a large majority of Arab-Israeli men in those cities not completing high school with a matriculation certificate.

Dancing with the desert - InDNegev 2021

“Last year, the festival didn’t happen because of coronavirus,” said Assaf Ben David, one of InDNegev’s organizers. “It really feels like coming home.” 

Horowitz donates blood after Israel repeals ban on gay blood donation

Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz, a gay man, donated blood at the Magen David Adom compound in Jerusalem after the ban was repealed.

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