Israel

Israel Headed to Elections After Leaders Concede Collapse of Governing Coalition

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Israel’s top leaders have announced that they will instead seek to dissolve the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, and hold new elections.

Israeli Academy of Sciences Sues US Fundraising Arm for Withholding Donations

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The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities is suing its American fundraising affiliate.

Israel Suspends School Trips to Poland

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Israel’s education ministry has suspended school trips to Poland.

Israel Urges Citizens Not to Travel to Istanbul, Cites Iranian Terrorist Threat

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Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid urged Israelis not to travel to Istanbul.

Pope Hosts Yad Vashem Director at Vatican, Doesn’t Discuss Catholic Church’s Holocaust Controversies

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Pope Francis and the head of Israel’s state museum on the Holocaust, Yad Vashem, met for a first-of-its-kind talk.

Vote on Extending Israeli Protections to Jewish Settlers Fails, Threatens Bennett Government

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A vote to maintain the extension of Israeli law to Jewish West Bank settlers failed, threatening Naftali Bennett’s fragile government.

Jon Ossoff, Mitt Romney Join Bipartisan Demand for Shireen Abu Akleh Killing Query

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Sen. Jon Ossoff and Mitt Romney of Utah are among bipartisan legislators calling on the Biden administration to investigate the May killing of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

In a First, Israeli Government to pay Orthodox Women to Advise on Jewish Law

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Israel will pay 21 women to be advisers on Jewish law in the Orthodox community.

Boycott Advocates Claim Victory as General Mills Divests Israeli Dough Operation

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General Mills announced Tuesday it would be fully divesting from a business venture in Israel.

Decades Later, 300 of Ethiopia’s Falash Mura to Leave for Israel

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The atmosphere was festive at this city’s only synagogue.