Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu(AFP)

• With the Orthodox parties sitting in opposition, it appears as though Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition has come together and should be set by early next week. [ToI]

• The trial of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law, began in New York with Abu Ghaith pleading not guilty for plotting to kill Americans. [WaPo]

• The Times has published a letter that Nathan Glauber, who was killed along with his wife and unborn son in a hit-and-run earlier this week, wrote to his parents in Yiddish on his wedding day to thank them for their support. [NYT]

• Seth Stevenson writes on the perks of landing an “office wife” for GQ. [GQ]

• Dvora Myers responds to the widely read Times David Brooks column about Orthodox Judaism and questions why Brooks didn’t also engage critically with the community. [Jewcy]