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Far-right Republican Joe Kent’s defeat in Washington captures the reckoning awaiting the GOP following its disappointing midterms, raising questions over whether the party should move away from the far right where the MAGA movement dwells haaretz.com/israel-news/ha…
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Ettijah made a splash in 2019 with two songs. “Bila Hudud” (“Without Borders”) addresses life in the camp and yearning for freedom. “Man Jawati Hura” (“Inside I’m Free”) explores Palestinian women's role in the fight against the occupation @FalahSaab haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
If findings show that Israel committed an extrajudicial killing in violation of Leahy Law, the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor would essentially sanction the IDF unit in question from U.S. assistance @Bsamuels0 haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
This is the soft underbelly of the Jewish people in the Diaspora: There is no longer a young generation or full-blown Jewish life haaretz.com/jewish/2022-11…
“There was an ancient Judean religion before the second century B.C.E. There was a Temple, there were priests and sacrifices. But were they sacrificing according to the rules of the Torah? Were they following Torah laws? There's no indication they were” haaretz.com/archaeology/20…
Is a reckoning awaiting the Republican Party? haaretz.com/israel-news/ha…
Some 400 faculty members appealed to nullify disciplinary process, saying conviction violates academic freedom of speech and principle of equality haaretz.com/2022-11-15/ty-…
Lawsuit accuses ZOA head Mort Klein of sexist, racist behavior haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
We have an obligation to oppose a government that violates our Jewish values and puts millions of people — Jews and Palestinians — in danger @rabbijilljacobs Opinion haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
Israel "will not abandon its soldiers to foreign investigations," the outgoing prime minister said during his speech at Tuesday's Knesset inauguration haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Israel's Lapid on U.S. Abu-Akleh probe: IDF soldiers will not be interrogated by the FBI haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Ettijah's members are Nadin Odeh, Dalya Ramadan and Diala Shaheen, today all 21. “As a band we have a message to tell the world. For me, as a young woman who lives in a refugee camp without basic rights, this is the only escape” @FalahSaab haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
The FBI decision to investigate could lead to an unprecedented clash over a potential U.S. interrogation of Israeli soldiers, putting the future Netanyahu government on a collision course with the U.S. @Bsamuels0 haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
In violation of Jewish law, Ben-Gvir’s wife showed who’s boss haaretz.com/opinion/2022-1…
The Jewish communities in the Balkans are dying. The larger of them number a few thousand people, and the smaller just dozens. Many people consider themselves to be Jewish but admit that they know hardly anything about Judaism haaretz.com/jewish/2022-11…?
Imprisoned Egyptian dissident calls off hunger strike as global pressure mounts haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
The family of imprisoned Egyptian activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah said Tuesday they received a letter from him saying he has ended his hunger strike haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
It’s too far-fetched and premature to describe John Fetterman as the butterfly’s wings that incrementally cause a wide-scale change in the political atmosphere. But it is not inconceivable either, writes @AlonPinkas haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
“Maybe the Torah was sitting on a shelf somewhere for centuries, but most people didn’t know it existed. People were not observing it until a very late time” haaretz.com/archaeology/20…
Of the 120 Knesset members, 23 are first-timers, among them United Torah Judaism Chairman Yitzhak Goldknopf and former army chief of staff Gadi Eisenkot of National Unity haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
One of the most right-wing parliaments in Israel's history was sworn in on Tuesday, as Herzog calls for "listening, respect and openness" haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
After a UN panel voted to ask the ICJ to opine on Israel’s 55-year occupation of Palestinian territories, Haaretz spoke to two legal scholars to understand the implications haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
What would an ICJ advisory opinion mean for Israel? My latest for @haaretzcom haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
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What do Putin, MBS and Netanyahu have in common? They all lost to John Fetterman haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
The regime of Jewish supremacy is not a political or ideological matter. It is the way things are, the way they were and the way they will remain. But it could get worse and must be changed, writes @HagaiElAd haaretz.com/opinion/2022-1…
The Jewish communities in the Balkans are dying haaretz.com/jewish/2022-11…
"Raising Their Voice: Ettijah” looks at three rappers' daily struggle making music under the occupation – and in a society that doesn’t approve of hip-hop, especially when women are rocking the mic, writes @FalahSaab haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
The rise of far-right Israeli extremists is a real and present danger to Israeli democracy, and the lives of both Jews and Palestinians. The American Jewish community should be speaking out @rabbijilljacobs Opinion haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
Between a wishful diplomatic upheaval on one side and a sense of persecution on the other, what could such a legal opinion mean for Israel and the Palestinians? haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
The Labor Party gave up Haifa, while Meretz and Yesh Atid fought over Tel Aviv – and Likud placed its entire focus on Netanyahu @omerbenj haaretz.com/israel-news/se…
Eventually, secular Israelis will revolt. The soldiers and the college students will no longer consent to pay such steep taxes and there won’t be anyone left to finance the Haredim | Opinion haaretz.com/opinion/2022-1…
Israel's occupation and the International Court of Justice: what happens next? haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
What do Putin and Netanyahu have in common with Dr. Oz? great article by @AlonPinkas in @haaretzcom on the big losers of the midterm elections. haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
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Videos posted on TikTok glorify crime, include explicit threats, and escalate clashes inside Arab society – sometimes leading to physical violence. Researchers say it is a minority trying to build their self-esteem through likes @DeiaaHaj @JoshBreiner haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
The move follows a diplomatic spat between the countries over a Ukrainian vote backing an international probe into Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
FBI's Shireen Abu Akleh probe is a watershed moment for U.S.-Israel ties — and it may be a harbinger of things to come with Netanyahu. I broke down the unprecedented pressure campaign from Democratic members of Congress on a Democratic administration haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
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That the reality was already intolerable for Palestinians before the election doesn't mean things can’t get more horrific and blood-soaked, and fast. It must be changed, from its foundations, writes Hagai El-Ad haaretz.com/opinion/2022-1…
The crime epidemic in Israel's Arab society is spreading to TikTok haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Vast review finds no evidence that the Torah laws were commonly observed before the second century B.C.E., says Prof. Yonatan Adler. Not everyone agrees haaretz.com/archaeology/20…
Regardless of the outcome of the investigation, this is a harbinger of things to come concerning the Democratic Party’s evolving relationship with Israel, writes @Bsamuels0 haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Israel summons Ukrainian ambassador after Kyiv backs ICJ occupation probe haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Rarely, if ever, does the election of a U.S. senator have enduring international consequences. Yet Sen.-elect John Fetterman of Pennsylvania arguably achieved what no Senate candidate did before him last week, writes @AlonPinkas haaretz.com/us-news/2022-1…
A new documentary about Palestinian hip hop trio Ettijah shows how rap can help you fight the occupation – and your own society's social constructs, writes @FalahSaab haaretz.com/middle-east-ne…
During the pandemic, central banks across the world lubricated states’ expenditure by buying up their own governments’ bonds. The trillions of dollars needed to combat the ecological emergency demands such radical thinking again | Haaretz Editorial haaretz.com/opinion/editor…
Two years ago, when the two had been together for 11 years, the Population and Immigration Authority said that it had found several holes in the couple's application interview. As a result, the authority refused to extend Suriyo Ketsopha's visa haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
Why radical Jewish and Arab parties did extremely well in this mixed Israeli city haaretz.com/israel-news/el…
“Balad doesn’t have much of a social or economic platform, and so for many of those who cast their ballot for this party, it was basically a protest vote” haaretz.com/israel-news/el…
FBI’s Shireen Abu Akleh probe is a watershed moment in U.S.-Israel ties haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
The price of Netanyahu’s ministerial picks haaretz.com/israel-news/20…
The UN just announced that humanity is eight billion strong, but natural reproduction faces an emerging disaster haaretz.com/science-and-he…
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