* Happy Passover: 'Festival of freedom' marks birth of Jewish nation Jews mark weeklong Passover holiday with traditions and symbolism inspired by the biblical exodus from slavery to freedom.
* Israelis mark Passover, a celebration of freedom, in virtual isolation The Jewish Passover holiday typically draws crowds of Israelis outside to burn heaps of leavened bread, commemorating the Biblical exodus from slavery in Egypt.
* Netanyahu, Gantz, agree to resume talks Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called Blue and White chairman MK Benny Gantz to wish him a happy Passover holiday on Wednesday afternoon.
* Rivlin: Passover reminds us that the Jewish people are all one family 'This is our story, our anchor, what binds us together - even when we need to be apart.'
* Hamas: A New Pretext to Attack Israel These Hamas leaders, who have done virtually nothing to provide basic healthcare in the Gaza Strip, are now trying to hold Israel responsible for the shortage of the ventilators in Palestinian hospitals.
* Head of EU's top science body quits after Covid-19 response plans get bogged down by Brussels bureaucracy The head of EU's main science organization has resigned just months after taking the job.
* Israelis Notice Eerie Similarities between Passover in 2020 and Original Holiday in Egypt On Wednesday night, Jews around the world will be observing the Biblical Passover holiday commemorating a Passover unlike any other in the 3,332 years since God brought the descendants of Jacob out of slavery in Egypt.
* A Pivotal Year Reexamined Fathom is marking the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the British Mandate with a series of essays. Yisrael Medad explains why 1920 was such a pivotal year in the Arab conflict with Zionism.
* Coronavirus: UK's Boris Johnson in stable condition after 2nd night in ICU The 55-year-old British leader received oxygen support but was not put on a ventilator and his designated deputy, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, said he would soon be back at the helm.
* Year's brightest supermoon rises over world battered by pandemic NASA encourages public to look skyward for a respite from coronavirus outbreak as full moon moves closer to earth than usual.