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Recovered COVID-19 patients returning to hospital care

Hospitals report a rise in recovered patients being stricken with a new and different lung condition.

Recovered COVID-19 patients returning to hospital care

'Grave mistake' to believe anti-Semitism will only affect Jews

Omer Yankelevitch, former Diaspora Affairs Min., urges world's leaders, 'Do everything you can to stop anti-Semitism from spreading.'

'Grave mistake' to believe anti-Semitism will only affect Jews

New Law will weaken the Rabbinate's choice of chief rabbis

MK Moshe Tur-Paz initiates a change in the election process: fewer rabbinical representatives, more women, and more liberals.

New Law will weaken the Rabbinate's choice of chief rabbis

Likud MK: 'I will beat Netanyahu'

MK Yuli Edelstein says he hasn't given up on running for head of Likud, could form a government without new elections.

Likud MK: 'I will beat Netanyahu'

Top pediatrician: 'We're not at a stage where we can influence infection rates'

'Vaccinated children develop PIMS less - and even when they do develop it - it's milder,' children's hospital director Dr. Pessach says.

'We're not at a stage where we can change infection rates'

Israel's rain to continue throughout weekend

Continued snowfall in northern Israel, rain in the rest of the country to continue and gradually lessen.

Israel's rain to continue throughout weekend

Head of Teachers' Union: Shasha-Biton forgot about the teachers

Head of Teachers' Union: I was shouting on behalf of the teachers, who were neglected by the Minister of Education.

'Shasha-Biton forgot about the teachers'

Top health officials: There are signs that the peak of the Omicron wave is behind us

Health Ministry estimates that close to three million Israelis became infected during Omicron wave.

'There are signs that the peak of Omicron is behind us'

Demonstrators in Jerusalem block roads, confront police

Parents of Ahuvya Sandak take part in protest against closure of case against officers who were involved in their son's death.

Demonstrators block roads, confront policeplayer

Jenin University students could get Israeli medical licenses

A new program intends to boost the PA curriculum to allow students from Jenin University to sit Israeli licensing exams.

Jenin University students could get Israeli medical licenses

Health Min. clarifies testing system for school children

After quarantine rules for students cancelled, Health Ministry clarifies details of new testing system for students.

Health Min. clarifies testing system for school children

Bride and groom rescued from blizzard near Jerusalem

Newlyweds stranded by heavy snowfall near Jerusalem rescued by United Hatzalah volunteers

Bride and groom rescued from blizzard near Jerusalem

Substitute surgeon saves child's life

When the surgeon on call at Hadassah became stuck in the snow, the department director stepped in to save a three-year-old child's life.

Substitute surgeon saves child's life

'Police killed our son and the A-G won't seek the truth'

Parents of teen killed in police chase react to A-G's decision to close case against police involved in the incident.

'Police killed our son and the A-G won't seek the truth'

'Netanyahu threatened me - but I don't want to see him in jail'

Prime Minister calls Religious Zionist Party chief's comments on late Supreme Court president 'despicable'. 'He hijacked Religious Zionism.'

'Netanyahu threatened me, I don't want him in jail'

Bennett on Holocaust Rem. Day: Indifference is silent acceptance

PM delivers speech on International Holocaust Remembrance Day. 'We Jews made the world safer for ourselves.'

Bennett on Holocaust Rem. Day: Indifference is silent acceptanceplayer

A-G closes case against police in death of Ahuvya Sandak

Attorney General Mandelblit decides not to investigate police officers involved in death of Jewish teen during police chase.

A-G closes case against police in death of Ahuvya Sandak

Shabak: No terrorism suspected in killing of Destau Bisset

Bisset family objects after Shabak refuses to investigate murder of their father during riots in Ramle during May Gaza war.

Shabak: No terrorism suspected in killing of Destau Bisset

''77 years later and the shock of Auschwitz has worn off'

Israel's president warns against 'normalization' of anti-Semitic terminology, spread of radicalism and historical revisionism.

''77 years later and the shock of Auschwitz has worn off'

PM meets 94-year-old Holocaust survivor

Menachem was 16-years-old when Mengele separated him from his parents at Auschwitz. Bennett met him in honor of International Holocaust Day.

PM meets 94-year-old Holocaust survivorplayer

Bennett, ministers agree to add 45 ICU beds

PM, Ministers Hororitz and Liberman agree on measure to relieve burden on hospitals as Omicron wave rages.

Bennett, ministers agree to add 45 ICU beds

MK Yaakov Litzman to sign plea bargain

Litzman will resign his Knesset seat, receive a conditional prison sentence, and pay a 3,000-shekel fine.

MK Yaakov Litzman to sign plea bargain

Health Minister Horowitz: Head of Public Health Services Alroy-Preis is being slandered

Horowitz insists cancellation of quarantine for students is "correct decision"; criticizes Netanyahu govt for disastrous school closures.

Health Minister Horowitz: Alroy-Preis is being slandered

'Anyone who wants to enjoy the snow should hurry up'

Giora Gerstein, media forecaster, says snow won't last, but 'Elpis did as we expected it to.'

'Anyone who wants to enjoy the snow should hurry up'

Jerusalem bat mitzvah brings special joy to orphaned girls

Over 40 girls celebrate bat mitzvah in special ceremony followed by trip to Rachel's Tomb.

Jerusalem bat mitzvah brings special joy to orphaned girls

Jerusalem College of Technology receives government approval to expand campus

The new women's campus offers increased opportunities for students to pursue higher education, attain quality employment.

Government approves expansion of Jerusalem women's college

Teachers Union: Gov't made populist decision, abandoned teachers

Israel Teachers Union responds to court ruling striking planned strike: 'Shame government insists on gambling on dubious, dangerous plan.'

Teachers Union: Gov't made populist decision, abandoned teachers

David Bannett, inventor of Shabbat elevator, has passed away at 100 years of age

Bannett refused to patent any of his inventions, saying that he "only wanted to enhance Shabbat and help the Jewish People."

David Bannett, inventor of Shabbat elevator, passes away at 100

MK Ma'oz: No interest to anyone in housing prices decreasing

Noam party chair says it is not in the interest of anyone - ultimately not even those who don't own a house - in housing prices decreasing.

MK Ma'oz: No interest to anyone in housing prices decreasingplayer

Man convicted of attempted murder of wife to be sentenced

Aviad Moshe argued that wife's constant accusations that his family cursed her, causing her to miscarry, led him to "lose control."

Man convicted of attempted murder of wife to be sentenced

An aerial view of the 'Occupation'

Ezri Tubi contrasts the caravan homes of the Jewish town of Givat Asaf with the gigantic mansions in nearby Arab village of Deir Dibwan.

An aerial view of the 'Occupation'player

PM Bennett: 'The Jew is no longer a punching bag'

PM Bennett speaks at virtual conference of ambassadors in Israel, marking Holocaust Remembrance Day.

PM Bennett: 'The Jew is no longer a punching bag'player

Watch: A presidential snow fight

President Isaac Herzog and First Lady Michal Herzog play in the snow at the President's Residence in Jerusalem.

Watch: A presidential snow fightplayer

Tzohar's 'Code of Ethics' for kosher supervisors

Tzohar rabbinic organization stresses importance of teaching ethical behavior even prior to the practical side of kosher supervision.

Tzohar's 'Code of Ethics' for kosher supervisors

Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria turn white, snow expected to continue

Roads to Jerusalem partially closed, mayor asks residents to refrain from driving.

Jerusalem turns white, snow expected to continueplayer

Likud MK: Evacuation of Homesh yeshiva will be registered in Yamina's name

MK Kathrin Shitrit: We are now living with a full-fledged left-wing government.

'Homesh evacuation will be registered in Yamina's name'player

Labor Court issues injunction against Teachers' Union

Labor Court issues injunction against decision to shut down schools in protest against canceling of quarantine regulations for students.

Labor Court issues injunction against Teachers' Union

New Hope MK: The haredim are still invited to join the government

MK Sharren Haskel says haredi parties are not joining the government because they are choosing not to.

'The haredim are still invited to join the government'

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor for virtual International Holocaust Remembrance Day event.

First Ladies of Israel and Germany host Holocaust survivor

Watch: The 'damages' wreaked by the "Occupation"

Ezri Tubi presents the "damage" caused by the "occupation" between the Jewish town of Givat Asaf and the Arab village of Deir DIbwan.

Watch: The 'damage' wreaked by the "Occupation"player

Health Ministry orders HMOs to use less PCR tests

Ministry directs health funds to prioritize elderly, at-risk populations for PCR tests or face fines.

Health Ministry orders HMOs to use less PCR tests

Health Min. approves 4th vaccine dose for at-risk adults

Prof. Nachman Ash approves expansion of of administration of 4th vaccine doses beyond citizens over 60.

Health Min. approves 4th vaccine dose for at-risk adults

Teachers Union cancels classes in protest against new COVID policy

Union urges teachers not to come to school tomorrow in protest against canceling of quarantine regulations for students.

Teachers Union cancels classes to protest new COVID policy

Watch: Snow falls in Tzfat

Snowfall in upper neighborhoods of Tzfat.

Watch: Snow falls in Tzfatplayer

Snow begins in Jerusalem

Snow accumulating in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria as Elpis strikes Israel.

Snow begins in Jerusalemplayer

Bennett decides: Isolation rules for students removed

PM makes final decision to end current quarantine rules for students. New testing rules to be put in place tomorrow.

Bennett decides: Isolation rules for students removed

'Moving Khan al-Ahmar is surrender to the PA, EU'

Regavim CEO Meir Deutsch tells Israel National News proposal to move illegal Bedouin village 300 meters will not prevent violence.

'Moving Khan al-Ahmar is surrender to the PA, EU'

'Dangerous and irresponsible' to cancel quarantine for children

Association to advance public health warns, 'New policy to cancel quarantine gambles with present & future lives & health of our children.'

'Dangerous and irresponsible' to cancel quarantine for children

Watch: Snow covers Mt. Hermon

Snowfall at Hermon ski site.

Watch: Snow covers Mt. Hermonplayer

Israel Dog Unit saves woman from oncoming snowstorm

The IDU's search and rescue activities have led to four incidents closed and two lives saved - one just hours ahead of a blizzard.

Israel Dog Unit saves woman from oncoming snowstorm

Lapid deputy: 'I should have set a better example'

'Maybe in hindsight I should have avoided the party, I should have set a better personal example,' Dep. Foreign Min. Idan Roll says.

Lapid deputy: 'I should have set a better example'

Will Belz hasidic boys learn the core curriculum?

'I congratulate the Belzer Rebbe for his brave decision,' Director General of Bnei Akiva schools organization says.

Will Belz hasidic boys learn the core curriculum?

Arab MK compares violence against Palestinians to Holocaust

MK Ahmed Tibi marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day by speaking out 'in opposition to the Occupation', condemns 'Hilltop Youth'.

Arab MK uses Holocaust Day speech to slam IDF, hilltop youth

Jerusalem mayor: 'City will be beautiful, don't travel in the snow'

School ends early as Elpis arrives in Israel. Israelis living at higher altitudes brace for nearly 8 inches of snow.

Jerusalem mayor: 'City will be beautiful, don't travel in snow'

Esther Horgan's murderer in court: We have a right to murder Jews

Terrorist who murdered Israeli woman says he 'hopes for peace' - while claiming Arabs have the 'right' to murder Jews.

Esther Horgan's murderer: We have a right to murder Jews

Shaare Zedek director: 'We'll need to treat more patients in the staff's cafeteria'

'Those dying of coronavirus are divided into those who were not vaccinated, and those who were vaccinated but had pre-existing conditions.'

'We'll need to treat more patients in the staff's cafeteria'