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Gantz and coronavirus: Impactful or irrelevant? - Analysis

Gantz has to deal with criticism from Lapid and opposition MKs and with a lack of cooperation from Netanyahu, which only gives the opposition more ammunition.

Closures are bad, but we can prevent them from happening again

The new regulations rolled out by the government on Monday are a positive step toward stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Chief Justice of South Africa: I will not retract my comments on Israel

Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's comments were made during a live webinar on Tuesday with The Jerusalem Post.

Gov’t imposes partial lockdown as coronavirus cases spike

Edelstein to appoint new emergency management authority • New app to cut contact-tracing time • Fine for not wearing mask increases to NIS 500.

Gov’t advances bill to bypass Knesset on coronavirus decisions

The bill will be passed for approval of the Knesset plenum on Monday evening.

Toronto eatery dishes out antisemitic theories and tropes

The reaction in the Toronto and wider Canadian Jewish community has been fierce.

Israel just flipped the space bird to Iran - Analysis

“You can assume that once you have more than one satellite in parallel in the sky, you achieve better visit times over the targets of interest.”

Corona chief: Public health services failed; gov’t made foolish decisions

Prof. Eli Waxman tells the ‘Post’ that the country has lost control of the pandemic, and must stop all gatherings or risk overwhelming the health system.

The political impact of explosions in Iran - Analysis

Nobody paid the price for sleeping on the watch. The likely reason, the sources said, was because Tehran was interested in downplaying the operation.

Israelis slam Netanyahu’s conduct during the COVID-19 crisis – report

On Sunday the country will enter a near lock down, with the country reporting more than 11,000 coronavirus infected persons.

Family of yeshiva student blames slow response on major contagion
Father of boy who contracted COVID-19 after attending wedding says coronavirus was allowed to incubate in country's most crowded city, Bnei Brak; officials say anyone who has been infected will be out of building by end of day

Death toll, serious cases rise as Israel tackles escalating epidemic

691 new patients diagnosed since midnight, bringing the number of those actively battling the coronavirus to 12,359; 349 people being treated in hospital and 88 said to be in serious condition, including 35 on ventilators

Israel's hospitals showing strain as coronavirus cases spike rapidly

Large numbers of people are arriving at emergency rooms in the center of the country, either suspected patients showing COVID-19 symptoms or confirmed cases fearing they might need hospitalization

Israel behind bombing of Iranian uranium enrichment facility - New York Times reports

NYT quotes unnamed intelligence sources; Iranian news agency confirms considerable damage to the site could cause delay in development and production of advanced centrifuge machines in the medium term

Ministers vote to shut gyms, bars & event halls but synagogues, yeshivas to stay open

Netanyahu says Israel 'a step away from full lockdown' during cabinet meeting, which reimpose major restrictions on movement; yeshivas and synagogues, however, to remain open after threats from Haredi parties to quit government

Video shows police beating man not wearing mask in public

Footage shared on social media appears to show officers punching detainee, knocking him down, tasering him and even hitting him with taser gun after he refused to identify himself; 24-year-old hospitalized for his injuries

'Complacent' Israelis to blame for 2nd lockdown, says health official

Deputy Health Minister Yoav Kisch tells Ynet that summer schools, which at the moment operate as usual, might be closed in 'next three days'; adds Netanyahu's handling of the first virus wave saved lives of many Israelis

U.S. drops satellite imaging rules, leaving Israel exposed

Under the 1997 regulation, satellite images of Israel and the Palestinian territories could show items no smaller than 2 metres (6.56 ft) across; June 25th ruling, however, allows enhanced resolutions of 0.4 metre to be sold

Israel's number of confirmed coronavirus cases reaches 30,000

The National Information and Knowledge Center says the infection rate has slightly gone down from being the highest in weeks a day earlier; the number of people in quarantine has gone up to 40,250, after law allowing phone tracking of patients takes effect

Israel announces successful launch of new spy satellite

Defense Ministry says 'Ofek 16' was already transmitting data and beginning to orbit around the Earth, having been launched just hours earlier; Gantz called the launch an 'extraordinary achievement'

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Iraqi jihadism expert Hisham al-Hashemi assassinated outside his home
Prominent analyst, who supported Iraq's anti-government protests, has faced online threats, including accusations that he 'collaborated with Israel'

MKs advance bill allowing ministers to enact virus measures without Knesset okay
Under proposal, new restrictions will take effect immediately and only be rescinded if lawmakers fail to approve them within 7 days

Jonathan Sackler, co-owner of Purdue Pharma, dies aged 65
Executive and board member of drug company facing multi-billion-dollar lawsuit over opioid crisis succumbs to cancer

Mossad said to foil Iranian attacks on Israeli embassies in Europe, elsewhere
Report comes as tensions between Israel and Iran grow, following claims Jerusalem was behind bombing of Natanz nuclear facility that reportedly set back work there by 2 years

Ghislaine Maxwell moved to New York for Epstein-related sex abuse charges
British socialite accused of being convicted US pedophile's top accomplice could face judges for first hearing on Friday

Health minister warns of lockdown next week as nearly 1,000 virus cases found
Edelstein says new dramatic restrictions needed to flatten the curve; 962 infections confirmed in 24 hours, bringing total to 30,749; 2 deaths announced

No guarantee COVID-19 vaccines will prove widely effective — government adviser
'If we're lucky, we'll get a vaccine that's effective at 90%, but if we're less lucky, it could be 30%, and if we're unlucky, we could get no vaccine at all,' warns Cyrille Cohen

Settlers and Palestinians unite in opposition to annexation
Shorashim-Judur dialogue movement says unilateral extension of sovereignty contradicts the mutual respect needed for advancing peace and security

Israeli official sounds alarm over sharper satellite imaging of country
Head of Defense Ministry's space program says Israel apparently not consulted before US agency granted permission for commercial companies to provide higher resolution photos

El Al accepts $400m bailout, with airline likely to be nationalized
Carrier battered by pandemic to receive $250 million government-backed loan and $150 million share offering, with state buying unsold shares

Gov. Andrew Cuomo attacks Trump leadership over face masks
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo insinuates President Trump is 'COVID co-conspirator' for not wearing mask.

Russell Crowe asked Jared Kushner for advice on role
Award-winning actor asked for help from Trump Adviser in portraying former Fox News CEO.

Netanyahu's confidence hurt, Naftali Bennett strengthens
Poll gives Yamina Party 11 seats, shows domestic support for Prime Minister's coronavirus crisis handling diminishing.

Argentine professor offers bonus to 'whoever finds a poor Jew'
University professor tells students the Nazis were jealous that Jews got richer while Germans suffered economically.

'It's police harassment; bring them to justice'
Construction and Housing Minister appeals to Internal Security Minister following video of police detaining 13-year-old girl in Jerusalem.

Health Minister: We hope we will not need a lockdown
Minister Yuli Edelstein announces appointment of director of fight against the coronavirus.

UNESCO executive board still slams Israel despite COVID-19
World Heritage Committee cancelled. In its place, 58 member-State Paris-based representatives convened with its biannual anti-Israel baggage

691 new coronavirus cases, 3 deaths today
Number of active cases rises to 12,359, 88 patients in serious condition. Death toll rises to 334.

Ezra Youth Group summer camps - coronavirus style
Arutz Sheva looked at the fate of traditional summer camps, given coronavirus fears. This time we are with Ezra Youth Movement.

El Al will survive: State to nationalize company
Company's board of directors confirms it will be acquired by State that will continue to operate it.

Israel food-tech investor Next Food files for TASE IPO
The company hopes to raise NIS 25 million in its offering in the next two weeks.

El Al agrees to be nationalized
The Israeli airline will receive loan guarantees and hold a $150 million offering with the State buying shares, if the public does not.

Israel's budget deficit widens to 6.4%
The Ministry of Finance said that as of the end of June it had spent 47% of its promised NIS 10 million economic rescue package.

Israel tightens restrictions, closes halls, bars, clubs
Wedding and events halls, night clubs, bars, fitness clubs and swimming pools are to close with synagogues restricted to 19 congregants, preferably outside.

BoI to buy corporate bonds, keeps rate unchanged
The Bank of Israel has kept the interest rate at 0.1% but is buying corporate bonds for the first time ever and has issued a bleaker growth forecast.

Is the US Ambassador's Herzliya residence worth $87m?
Real estate appraiser Israel Yaacov assesses the value of the property based on deals involving neighboring homes over the past decade.

Israel loses Covid-19 advantage
After being one of the best to cope at the pandemic's start, Israel is now among the worst, with perhaps only days to avoid lockdown.

Lemonade ends first day on NYSE up 140%
Wall Street investors have shown that they have the appetite for the risk involved in the digital insurance company.

Gazit Globes' cash to Chaim Katzman's rescue
Katzman's Norstar, through which he controls Gazit Globe, faces a possible squeeze that a share buyback will alleviate.

Yitzhak Tshuva signs MOU for sale of Elad Canada
The sale is to US and Canadian investors, who will initially buy 37%, with the remaining 67% to be sold at the option of either side.

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