An Iranian judoka confirmed what was suspected for decades — Iran told its athletes to throw matches so they would not have to face Israelis.
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Gantz was marked for greatness at a young age, but was an unexpected choice to be IDF chief of staff, much less run the country.
The three main broadcasters showed their Likud and Blue and White parties in a virtual dead heat — just like in April.
Israelis just had elections! Why again, so soon? What’s at stake? Who’s going to win? We’ve got you covered (except maybe on that last one).
The administration did not rebuke the Israeli government, and there were no consequences for Israel’s behavior, a former White House official said.
It was not the first time Netanyahu promised to start extending Israeli sovereignty: He made a similar pledge before the last elections in April.
A Likud lawmaker offered to prevent egalitarian prayer at the Western Wall in exchange for a small party dropping out of Israeli elections.
Dvir Shnerb’s sister Rina was killed in the explosion at a popular hiking spot in the West Bank.
More than 250 Jews from the Igbo ethnic group in Nigeria were brought to Israel last month for a week of Jewish activities and classes.
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