We've had our lack of fun, now it's time to get back to the business of deciding who's going to mismanage the country and find entirely new ways to make their base go "Exactly what I voted for him for" and the other side go "Is this what you voted for!?"
Usual megathread rules apply. All serious talk related to the election goes here. Memes can and should go everywhere. Email them to your boss, I accidentally did.
Articles (I update when I remember to or when someone I listen to tells me to):
Election date is November 1st, election date after that election has no conclusive result is yet to be determined, probably april.
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Hiii everybody I just seen on insta about what happened in Jerusalem I follow some people in Israel on Instagram that’s how I found out actually and wanted to say I’m sorry for all the terrorist and what they do I’m a Christian Lebanese so I fully support israel 💯 I hope one day their is peace all I know is this must just stop sorry for my English I can still lack it sometimes 🤦♀️ have a good evening or night wherever you are 💕
News/Politics Israeli general slams 'antisemitic' German official for defaming Israeli hero | Top Israel, US, UK military and intel experts urge Michael Blume to resign after he termed Israeli hero Orde Wingate a war criminal.jpost.com
News/Politics ‘The golden age is over’ - Alexander Smukler looks at Russia’s moves against Israel, toward Iran, and at its Jewish communitynjjewishnews.timesofisrael.com
I’m 14m and I want to make some money because we mostly buy only needed stuff I want to be abale to afford stuff for me so if anyone knows of a way I can promote. Tell me please
The hotels are good and all but some look like unused backrooms levels
So basically I have a Canadian passport but my wife is Israeli, my daughter also only has an Israeli passport (1 and half years old).
I paid for the application and meeting for my wife more than a year ago.
And I don't know how to get a refund, anytime I go to the site it says that appointments are available only a year from now.
I am also not sure if my daughter needs a visa.
I have 0 clue who to talk to, there is no customer service I was able to reach.
Can anyone help me with the following questions:
- Can I get a refund?
- Does my daughter need this visa?
- Is it possible to reach them? Book an appointment? Does anyone know what's going on?
Ask The Sub How long does it take for a licensing authority doctor to review your medical statement?
Shalom! I am an oleh chadash, and I just filled out the online forms to convert my foreign driver’s license.
Since I take a prescription drug, I had to upload my prescription and I recieved an automated text message that a doctor from the licensing authority would review my information and send an update.
Does anyone know approximately how long this should take? Should I go ahead and make my eye appointment? Todah!
Hi folks, I am an international grad student and coming there for an year. What is the best place to look for accommodations? Thanks
Self-Post recommendation: an excellent series of lectures about archeology and biblical studies (English subtitles)
As someone who's keen on archeology and history i think this deep-dive podcast series about findings of Israeli archeologists deserves more visibility.
The interviews are conducted in Hebrew but top notch human-translated English subtitles are available, I just think it's kind of a shame they didn't also translate the names of the videos into English (list in comments) - making this impossible to find for non Hebrew speaker (hence this post).
ארץ חפר - Eretz Hefer (youtube playlist)
from the Bet Avi Chai website:
"Beit Avi Chai invites you to join the journey following the important and fascinating discoveries and finds discovered in the archaeological excavations in the Land of Israel. Come and discover with us the worlds that are below the surface, and the secrets, ideas, beliefs and lifestyles of the people who lived here in the distant past. After nearly two hundred years of archaeological excavations in the Land of Israel, we now bring you the latest knowledge and innovative research accumulated so far. We will discuss with the senior diggers in Israel the cultural and current meanings of the archaeological find."
Host: Efrat Shapira-Rosenberg, academic advice: Dr. Hagai Meshgav
So i’m visiting Israel for the first time ever as a jew, and one of the things i would like to do is to go shopping for judaica. I live in a european country with practically no jews and no access to any judaica stores. Thinking of candle holders, a mezuzah or two, chanukkiah etc etc.
Also a really nice magen david necklace for the sake of being a tourist. Any suggestions on stores?
I’m moving to Haifa soon and looking for a gym preferably with a sauna. The gym doesn’t have to be anything crazy, for example ProFit or something like that would be fine as long as there’s decent equipment. The more free weights/racks/cables the better, machines aren’t as important. I know there’s one ProFit location in Haifa but I want to see if there are any other options, especially since I don’t think that ProFit has a sauna but please correct me if I’m wrong! (Also, by sauna, I mean just a regular dry sauna. When I mentioned the sauna thing to a friend who happens to be gay, it turns out that we have very different definitions of “sauna” haha). Not looking for crossfit gyms or classes, just a gym where I can go in and do my own thing.
If anyone has any other recommendations or advice about Haifa, please feel free to share! Best areas to live for a mid-20s single olah (my Hebrew is decent so doesn’t need to be aimed at English), things to do, places to meet people, etc.
Thanks and shavua tov!
Hi All, Looking for the best setup of kindle or kindle alternative for Hebrew books, especially Hebrew books for kids and young adults.
Thanks in advance!
Ask The Sub I've recently moved into my new home in Jerusalem. It looks a little boaring, so I'm searching for cheap decoration like posters and other stuff to put on a wall. Has anyone an idea where to get things like that here?
News/Politics US Jews moved to West Bank settlements at record rate in 2021 | Nearly 10% of Jewish Americans who immigrated to Israel in 2021 moved to a West Bank settlementi24news.tv
Don't know if this is the correct place to write this but I don't know what to do.
My israeli passport expires in Jan 2023, I am studying and working in Germany.
I sent my passport for renewal around February but they sent it back and said they can't renew a passport unless it is close to 6 months of expiry. I asked when to send it and they said June / July.
That's exactly what I did, I sent my passport in June and just a few weeks ago I got my application and not renewed passport back, with a message saying to contact the prime minister if I want a passport because of the strike.
My question is, what do I do now? My residence permit expires the same date as my passport, i can't work without a residence permit, and not sure I can finish my studies.
Please, if you have any idea how to get a new passport, let me know.