Wondering what’s going to happen in September? Just look at these depressing numbers.
How the shaming of a soccer star led to the biggest shake-up in Israeli politics and finally unchained Netanyahu’s chief right-wing rival
Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigned Wednesday after a deal was reached with Hamas, prompting speculation that early elections will be called
A vigil for 11 Jews massacred by an anti-Semitic killer in Pittsburgh marks a horrifying occasion, but hardly brings closure
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A lawsuit argues that men and women who left the ultra-Orthodox world without basic math, history, and language knowledge to live secular lives were neglected by the state. The state counters that it’s the parents’ fault.
‘Catch the Jew!’ is a shoddy, fantastical answer to Max Blumenthal’s ‘Goliath’
As Knesset elections near, online ads get heated—and some get banned
Jewish Home party’s cheeky new video kicks off Israeli election ad season
A guide to what will probably happen
Allows judges to designate defendents as barred from any future releases