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Notebooks of mysterious, influential teacher ‘Mr Shushani’ opened to public

Scholars believe that the notebooks will reveal some potentially groundbreaking ideas and teachings related to Jewish thought and texts, the National Library of Israel said.

Over 50% of Israel's bus stops inaccessible for people with disabilities - report

The semi-annual State Comptroller Report shows many flaws in the accessibility of public transport for people with disabilities.


Ben-Gvir, Odeh physically clash near Hamas terrorist on hunger strike

The Hamas terrorist, Moked al-Qawasmi, is currently on the 91st day of his hunger strike, done in protest of his detention.

Deaf MK is 'dim-witted' and 'cannot speak' - right-wing radio show host

A radio show host from a right-wing station called Israel's first deaf MK Shirly Pinto 'stupid' and 'dim-witted' and said that it was good she was deaf after she accused Netanyahu of incitement.

Man dies after falling from hot air balloon onto car

The man tried to hold on and was dangling from the side of the balloon basket after it left the ground but he fell to his death from a height of about 100 meters.

National velodrome ready for inauguration

The inauguration of the velodrome will also include a private preview of the Fresh Paint Art and Design Fair 2021, the largest art event in Israel.


Gilboa/Galil grabs upset win over Maccabi TA

Hapoel Jerusalem routs Beersheba • Hapoel Haifa, Herzliya, Holon, Galil Elyon also victorious


Iran top priority in Israel's Defense Ministry budget - Gantz

Defense Minister Benny Gantz stressed that it was important for Israel to be self-sufficient on all fronts.

Amazon packages awaiting dispatch

Amazon to provide free shipping in Israel for purchases of $49 or more

The e-commerce giant reduced its previous $65 minimum to the price it offered in November 2019.

Tupperware resumes operations in Israel

The site also offers free delivery on orders of NIS 300 or more, with shipment in 3-5 business days. A local customer service team is available to handle inquiries in Hebrew.


Hunger-striking parents protest work conditions for adults with autism

Autistic people are helped in the education system until they turn 21, and then their assistance drastically drops.

'Netanyahu ashamed to attend Rabin memorial ceremony; he led the gangs'

Rabin confidant Shimon Sheves said Netanyahu's decision not to attend the commemoration was because: “He is ashamed... he knows that the public who will be there abhor his actions."


The Liquid Love exhibit comments on finding love in the West

'Liquid Love' refers to the book of the same title by sociologist Zygmunt Bauman.

IDF, Germany exchange medals during Blue Flag exercise

IDF and German leaders exchanged medals as the two countries took part in the Blue Flag exercise in Israel.

Earthquake felt throughout Israel, ministry issues guidelines

This quake was also felt in Cyprus and even in Cairo, according to the ESMC, who marked it as a 6.4 magnitude quake.

Bennett, Lapid 'strengthen Hamas' by not meeting Abbas, Meretz warns

Shas and United Torah Judaism tried to persuade Likud chair Yariv Levin to end opposition MKs' boycott of Knesset committees protesting what they deemed an unfair allocation of the committees.


Residents’ union calls minister’s plan to shorten shifts ‘breakthrough’

Young medical staffers have been protesting for weeks over 26-hour shifts.

Israel in talks to normalize ties with Comoros

Comoros is a Muslim-majority member of the Arab League and the only Arab country entirely in the Southern Hemisphere.

E1 area of the West Bank

Israeli building in E1 will thwart Palestinian state, NGOs tell IDF

'Israeli construction on E1 harms Palestine’s future growth potential and therefore closes the door to the possibility of a peace agreement,' architect Uri Reicher told the Civil Administration.

Rabin memorial day is less nasty than it was in the past - analysis

Today's government carries a different message: It is possible to differ ideologically, and still be able to work constructively with one another. 


Jerusalem Post and Yoffi celebrate Israel with postcard exhibit

Yoffi is a family-owned business that produces and markets Israeli gastronomic souvenirs.

Jerusalem Marathon just 10 days away

After a long delay due to COVID-19, thousands of runners expected in the capital to participate in six different races.


Rabbi Louk to sing with Benayoun, Sakharof, Elad Levi in concert

Rabbi Haim Louk is a Jewish liturgical musician who has mixed with a diverse range of styles and genres.


Meretz won’t let Bennett authorize Evyatar outpost, Minister Frej warns

The Meretz Party will block attempts to legalize the settler outpost of Evyatar in the West Bank, Regional Cooperation Minister Issawi Frej said on Monday.

New exhibit showcases masked famous women

'I asked them to forego their face, their professional calling card,' says photographer Iddo Lavie.

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