(JTA) — Israel captured the remaining two Palestinian prisoners of the six who riveted the country with their escape from a maximum facility t…
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(JTA) — Hundreds of Israelis who traveled to Ukraine for an annual Rosh Hashana pilgrimage to the grave of a Hasidic rabbi are suspected of us…
(New York Jewish Week via JTA) — One of the most controversial — and tone-deaf — front-page headlines to appear in The New York Jewish Week du…
Fans keeping score of the numbers—or rather, the percent—of Jewish players in the men’s and women’s singles draws and in the men’s doubles draw may be pleasantly surprised.
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Worth some 120 NIS ($37), they include wine, honey, honey cake, jam and other goods like pasta, rice, tuna, couscous and oil.
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The ban, which comes days after the E.U. took Israel off its COVID-19 safe-travel list, includes fully vaccinated Israelis and those who have tested negative for the virus.
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(JTA) — Majorities of Jewish Israelis back a range of reforms proposed by the country’s new government, according to an annual survey.
Israel and the U.S. have agreed on a “joint working strategy” regarding Iran’s nuclear program, says Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
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Retired Israeli general and former politician Effi Eitam says he can no longer remain silent over what he sees as the country losing its principles and character.
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