“The thought process used to be that the threat is in synagogue,” said Laibel Mangel, “but now we see the threats are everywhere, and we need to be prepared.”
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Major policy topics include issues of religion and state; the drafting of the haredi community into the army; and Israel’s policies when it comes to building in “Area C” of Judea and Samaria.
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The incident occurred at a gathering on Countering Terrorism and Violence Extremism in Christchurch on June 14.
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It comes after a group of nearly two-dozen European lawmakers sent a letter to the president of the E.U. Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, demanding the withholding of aid until such content ends.
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Inputs have gone up, including a 17 percent rise in the price of feed.
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The Israel Defense Forces COGAT, which handles civilian affairs with the Palestinians, has been working with the Palestinian Authority for weeks to sign a deal.
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The call between the leaders was the second this week after the new Israeli government was sworn in on June 13.
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A Rabat or "liaison" is stationed in southern Lebanese villages as Hezbollah’s official administrator; in addition to running daily affairs, he helps the Iranian-backed organization decide where to plant missiles in civilian homes.
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Former Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer joined a new weekly video program, “Global Perspectives With Ellie Cohanim,” to discuss the danger of an Iran nuclear deal, Israel’s recent conflict against Hamas in Gaza and his accomplishments in office.
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“We asked for a record level of support to improve the lives of Jewish and all Californians, and our state leaders stood with us,” said State Sen. Scott Wiener, vice president of the caucus.
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“Every family in our state should be able to send their children to school and know that they will be protected from harm, and be able to practice their faith,” said Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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It alleges a hostile environment for Jews through its Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) program, violating Title VII of the Civil rights Act of 1964 and California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act.
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Forty-five years after the Entebbe rescue operation, friends and family gather at the gravesite of Lt. Col. Yonatan Netanyahu, who lost his life leading the mission.
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“Immediate action must be taken to reduce the amount of waste for landfill by increasing recycling,” says newly sworn-in Environmental Protection Minister Tamar Zandberg.
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Just weeks after Lod riots, Imam Youssef Elbaz posted a video allegedly encouraging violence against police • Elbaz: “People have lost their minds.”
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UTJ leader Moshe Gafni vows to “topple this evil government” after learning a Religious Services Ministry panel plans to review conversion, kashrut and public transportation on Shabbat.
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Eleven lawmakers sworn in, with two more to follow, under the country’s controversial “Norwegian law” • First deaf MK sworn in using sign language.
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“The operations were part of a campaign that the naval branch has been leading in the past year, and which have contributed to IDF activity in the campaign between the wars,” said the Israeli military.
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“Anti-Semitism has no place in Texas, and we have a duty to combat it whenever and however it arises,” said Republican Gov. Greg Abbott.
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Meanwhile, the Israel Defense Forces reported that one of its soldiers fired on and hit a suspect who hurled an explosive device at Israeli forces south of Nablus.
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