Haaretz Visiting the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, no time machine necessary 2016-10-24T22:03:59.000000Z A controversial virtual-reality tour showing the Temple before its destruction is dazzling. But that doesn’t mean the producers want it rebuilt. Knesset unlikely to pass bill to restrict Israelis' speeches at UN, coalition source says 2016-10-24T18:31:47.000000Z Coalition Chairman David Bitan's proposal to forbid Israelis from supporting sanctions against Israel at the UN was more bark than bite, the source says. Obama the avenger and his vendetta against Trump and the GOP 2016-10-24T14:23:24.000000Z The First Family is exacting revenge on the candidate who led the Birther movement and the party that tormented them for the past eight years. The incredible, secret life of Elisha Roei, the Israeli hero you probably never heard of 2016-10-22T19:23:46.000000Z The story of Elisha Roei can finally be told, following his death last month. Israelis of all ages battle to be named champion of Taki, the nation's favorite card game 2016-10-20T21:37:28.000000Z Children, parents, grandmothers and grandfathers competed at the Lunada Children’s Museum in Be’er Sheva, before the final round in December. The game's inventor says that "Taki is the country’s darling." Will the U.S. election be a turning point for worldwide pot legalization? 2016-10-19T20:25:33.000000Z Five states will be voting on decriminalizing marijuana on Nov. 8, including California, which is expected to vote yes and spur a global change in attitudes toward the healing herb. A tale of Trump and darkness 2016-10-19T15:51:07.000000Z The question that Jews in Israel and in the Diaspora should ask themselves today is where they stand in the face of the darkness. Senior government official promotes initiative to take down new Israeli public broadcaster 2016-10-19T15:05:34.000000Z Under proposed plan by coalition member, buffer may not exist between political echelon and new corporation, comprised of several existing public media outlets. Bayer-Monsanto deal collides with post-Holocaust taboos 2016-10-19T05:58:05.000000Z That a company with a background in Holocaust horrors would dare merge with one of the most hated companies in the world shows Bayer is counting on the collective short memory. Michael Moore to release surprise Trump documentary 2016-10-19T05:45:23.000000Z 'Michael Moore in Trumpland' based on 'October Surprise,' a one-man show the Oscar-winning filmmaker recently performed in Ohio.