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The Daily Edition What Matters Most On Saturday, July 11, 2020 View previous edition Next edition: today at 5:00 pm
Tens of thousands expected at Sat. night Rabin Sq. protest Hundreds of cops deploy for ‘apolitical’ Tel Aviv rally against economic policy By TOI staff Organizers call to observe social distancing rules, wear masks; Police: ‘We are aware of the protesters’ desire to make their cries and their pain heard’ After meeting PM, self-employed Israelis push ahead with major Saturday protest By TOI staff A new US-Israel strategy? Israel’s alleged Natanz strike ‘as complex as Stuxnet,’ a major blow to Iran By TOI staff Blast at centrifuge assembly facility may have set back development by 2 years, experts tell the NY Times, with series of strikes causing ‘extreme internal and external pressure’ US court orders Iran to pay further $879m for 1996 Saudi truck bomb attack By Agencies and TOI staff With 188 dead in 24-hour spike, Iran says it cannot afford to shut down economy By AFP WHO urges aggressive virus measures as flare-ups spark new closures By AFP With global death toll over 556,000, World Health Organization calls for international solidarity; Trump feuds with Fauci; restrictions imposed in Hong Kong, Australia, Uzbekistan Explainer5 COVID-19 myths politicians have repeated that just aren’t true By Geoffrey Joyce ‘Strong evidence’ mothers can transmit coronavirus to newborns By Patrick Galey Tuberculosis vaccine BCG may reduce COVID-19 death rate, US study finds By Luke Tress As West Bank virus deaths rise by 4, Gaza markets open after 2 months By TOI staff and Aaron Boxerman Fatalities take reported deaths from the virus among West Bank Palestinians to 30 Jerusalem’s Church of Holy Sepulchre shuttered again amid coronavirus resurgence By TOI staff Jerusalem police say ‘gunfire reports’ just celebratory fireworks in city’s east By TOI staff World war IIRobert Philpot ‘The most terrible camp’: After 80 years, cruelty of SS site on UK soil revealed LONDON -- British archaeologist Caroline Sturdy Colls compares her work on the sites of Nazi atrocities to a police inquiry. “This is an investigation into historic crime, but crime that still has relevance for people today,” explains the Staffordshire University professor. “You wouldn't conduct a police investigation only looking at witness testimony.” For Sturdy Colls, who... Continue Reading ‘Spanish Schindler,’ who saved over 5,000 Jews during WWII, given online tribute By JTA Online retailer Shein stops selling swastika necklace after backlash By Ben Sales Student leaders at historically Black US colleges join Israel advocacy effort By Cathryn J. Prince After anti-Semitic posts, NFL star DeSean Jackson speaks with Holocaust survivor By TOI staff and Agencies Receiver says he is ‘bridging the gap between different cultures, communities and religions’; Philadelphia Eagles announces player has been punished for offensive quotes Jewish NFL star Edelman speaks with DeSean Jackson following anti-Semitic posts By Ben Sales Stephen Jackson tells rabbi he ‘understands hurt’ over Rothschild comment By JTA Owner of DeSean Jackson’s NFL team produces a documentary about Hitler By JTA inside story Matt Lebovic Preserved former slave house in Boston keeps Harvard and Tufts’ racist past real New England’s elite universities are facing a fresh wave of scrutiny for their colonial ties to slavery and promotion of ‘scientific racism’ ZOA files complaint against Jewish groups for calling leader’s remarks ‘racist’ By Ron Kampeas Israel travels How Kurdish Jews made their way to Jerusalem, shocked Herzl, began to thrive By Aviva and Shmuel Bar-Am Top Ops Haviva Ner-David Making mikveh history! A 2,000 year-old-mikveh was discovered near my home, but without the right permits and funding, it will be replaced by a traffic intersection David Sedley The age of water Scientists used to think that the water in space could not have withstood the fiery birth of the solar system, but now they see that it probably did (Pinchas) Conservative influencer Bethany Mandel says you can call her a ‘Grandma Killer’ By Ron Kampeas inside story Ron Kampeas More Jews are backing a Democrat’s Maine Senate bid against pro-Israel incumbent Sara Gideon’s bipartisanship, centrism and record of Israel support boost her popularity in battle with Susan Collins, as Dems set sights on swing state to get Senate majority InterviewOnce an outspoken advocate of 2 states, Peter Beinart now abandoning concept By Ben Sales Locked down? Open up to… perfect pandemic-era insight in ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ By Penina Beede More Headlines Police probe suspected sex attack on girl as she slept in tent at Sea of Galilee By TOI staff Trump commutes prison sentence of ally Roger Stone By daniel woolls Foreign diplomats tour northern border as Israel urges greater powers for UNIFIL By TOI staff Lebanese protesters rally outside US Embassy in Beirut against ‘interference’ By AP Ahead of election, Polish president rejects Holocaust restitution claims By TOI staff and Agencies Rafal Trzaskowski, the Europhile with sights on Polish presidency By Bernard OSSER Facebook tool that tracks users crashes popular iPhone apps By Barbara Ortutay New York City’s flagship JCC cuts 35% of jobs as pandemic layoffs continue By SHIRA HANAU Ghislaine Maxwell seeks $5 million bond in Epstein abuse case By AP PowerfulThousands of jellyfish swarm Ashkelon power station By TOI staff Over 1,000 anti-corruption protesters rally outside PM’s residence By TOI staff Ahead of 2nd hearing, attorney with tax conviction joins Netanyahu defense team By TOI staff
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