Jonathan Lis


Tel Aviv Museum Ordered To Provide Arabic Signs

By Jonathan Lis

Crossposted from Haaretz Read More


Knesset Holds Emergency Session Over Growing Protests

By Ilan Lior and Gili Cohen (Haaretz) and Jonathan Lis

The Knesset has decided to break temporarily from its summer recess and hold a special session to discuss the growing social protests across Israel, at the request of the opposition parties.

The session will take place either this Wednesday or on the following Monday. Some members of the opposition, are pushing to convene the meeting next week in order to keep the protests alive.Read More


More Than 300,000 in Israel Protest High Cost of Living

By Yanir Yagna and Haaretz, Jonathan Lis, Ilan Lior and Eli Ashkenazi

Demonstrators took part in the third consecutive week of mass rallies across Israel on Saturday.Read More


Shin Bet Arrests Terror Cell Suspects

By Barak Ravid, Anshel Pfeffer (Haaretz) and Jonathan Lis

Israeli security forces have arrested a terror cell belonging to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, it was revealed Monday, which is suspected of planning to carry out several terror attacks in the Jerusalem area and to abduct an Israeli soldier.Read More


Israel To Investigate Sex Abuse Allegations Against Religious-Zionist Rabbi Mordechai Elon

By Tomer Zarchin, Yair Ettinger (Haaretz) and Jonathan Lis

The attorney general yesterday instructed police to examine the sexual abuse allegations raised earlier this week against the prominent religious-Zionist Rabbi Mordechai Elon.Read More






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