Assassinations, terror attacks and even castration the hidden actions of Israel’s pre-state militia – Haaretz

| June 14, 2020

The memory of what was done in Lubya, like the memory of all the other abominable acts that preceded it, will forever disgrace its destructive perpetrators. These scathing words were published in the Labor movement daily Davar 81 years ago.

‘Woke’ fashion brands face backlash for not practising what they preach – The Guardian

| June 14, 2020

Fashions facades are crumbling. In the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, the progressive images of many brands, shops and influencers are being stripped away to reveal what are in some cases toxic internal practices

Netanyahu, Gantz, Ashkenazi meet US envoy, amid differences on annexation – The Times of Israel

| June 14, 2020

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sat down Sunday with US Ambassador David Friedman, Defense Minister Benny Gantz, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi and Knesset Speaker Yariv Levin to discuss plans to unilaterally annex parts of the West Bank in accordance with the Trump administrations peace plan. Friedman has met with all the senior politicians several times, though this may be the first summit when they are all present together to hash out the subject

Scots parents’ heartache as baby with rare genetic condition will not live long enough to go to school – Daily Record

| June 14, 2020

His bright, blue eyes shine with happiness but behind his smile lies heartache for little Rowan Packers parents. For the one-year-old tot will not survive long enough to even go to school. Little Rowan has a rare condition called Tay-Sachs Disease, a genetic condition which causes progressive damage to the nervous system.

Netanyahu to meet Gantz, Ashkenazi tonight on annexation, budget reports – The Times of Israel

| June 14, 2020

Amira Oron confirmed as new ambassador to Egypt The government approved the appointment of Amira Oron as ambassador to Egypt, the first full-time envoy to the Arab country in more than 18 months, Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazis office says. Oron was selected for the ambassadorship by the Foreign Ministry in October 2018, but a vote on her appointment was delayed as Netanyahu instead considered appointing Likud lawmaker Ayoub Kara to the post. Amira Oron (Screenshot via Channel 10) Diplomatic staff made public appeals to the government to install Oron, who previously served in the Egyptian capital and headed the Foreign Ministrys Egypt division, rather than Kara, who has been responsible for a series of diplomatic embarrassments

Kriti Sanon bakes mouthwatering multigrain chocolate babka; try the recipe today – The Indian Express

| June 14, 2020

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 12, 2020 8:50:37 pm Kriti Sanon just baked chocolate babka. (Source: kritisanon/Instagram) Kriti Sanon is on a baking spree or as she wrote on Instagram, I think I am obsessed with baking! The Luka Chuppi actor recently baked delectable multigrain chocolate babka. Babka is a sweet braided bread or cake of Ashkenazi Jewish origin.

Retinitis Pigmentosa Research Probes Role of the Enzyme DHDDS in This Genetic Disease – Newswise

| June 14, 2020

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Bret Stephens: What The Times Got Wrong – The New York Times

| June 14, 2020

Acting editorial page editor Kathleen Kingsbury wrote about the decision to publish our writers responses to the Tom Cotton Op-Ed in Fridays edition of our Opinion Today newsletter.

Coronavirus in N.J.: What concerts, festivals and shows have been rescheduled, canceled. (June 12, 2020) – NJ.com

| June 14, 2020

There may be few places to go, but there certainly are many places to visit online, that is as stay-at-home entertainment choices continue to populate the internet. Maria Rodriquez is shown in a promo video for the Woodbridge-based Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre's "Feria de Sevilla" to take place online 2 p.m. Sunday, June 14.Courtesy of Alborada Spanish Dance Theatre BYOC -- brandish your own castanets