Stuart Winer, The Times of Israel

Stuart Winer

The Times of Israel

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Recent articles by Stuart:

Dozens of gold coins discovered in secret cache dating from Muslim conquest

44 pieces found hidden in base of wall at Banias archaeological site, assessed to have been stored by owner fleeing invaders with the hope of one day recovering treasure → Read More

Germany to boost funding for Holocaust survivors' nursing costs

14,000 people in Israel will receive additional NIS 1,200 per month as part of deal with Claims Conference to provide 130 million euros for survivors around the world → Read More

Rare, stolen 2,000-year-old silver coin returned to Israeli authorities in US

Quarter-shekel minted in 69CE was smuggled out of country to black market; international probe results in it finally being restored to Israel Antiquities Authority → Read More

Lapid congratulates ‘great friend of Israel’ Truss on selection as UK prime minister

PM says he's looking forward to working with new British counterpart; Defense Minister Gantz calls her a 'veteran friend' who will play a key role in the global arena → Read More

2 members of Israeli family killed, 3 injured, in UK hit-and-run accident

Two children among the injured including a girl in serious condition; driver of vehicle arrested after incident in southeastern resort town of Ramsgate → Read More

Anti-revenge porn tech launches in Hebrew, allowing digital tagging of images

Michal Sela Forum partners with Facebook parent company Meta to be Israel's official representative of StopNCII technology, using digital fingerprints to identify media for removal → Read More

At atomic agency ceremony, Lapid says Israel’s ‘other capabilities’ keep it safe

PM makes veiled reference to country's purported nukes, in apparent warning to Tehran; Alternative PM Bennett says 'enormous resources' put into preventing nuclear-armed Iran → Read More

Dairy and electricity prices go up as gas, public transportation costs drop

August brings a slew of cost of living changes, with power bills up by 8.6%, and a 4.9% jump in the price of milk; tighter controls on cash payments come into force → Read More

Man charged with attempted abduction, assault of teenage girl in Pardes Hanna

Prosecutors say Alexander Mozgovoy spotted victim, 16, walking along street and decided to grab her, attempting to force her into car trunk; girl fought him off, alerted passersby → Read More

Likud activists slammed for cult worship over Netanyahu ‘medallion of loyalty’

At party event, Heidi Mozes drapes chain with golden image of Likud leader around neck of senior MK Israel Katz, defends item as no different to UK currency featuring queen → Read More

‘This isn’t how you run a session!’: Knesset sees rowdy, venomous final meeting

Arab lawmakers clash with each other; opposition leader Netanyahu chides Knesset speaker for not controlling hecklers; MK Ben-Gvir booted for taking photos → Read More

In first, Israeli under-19 soccer team reaches European semifinal

Achievement earns squad a ticket to under-20 World Cup in Indonesia next year; coach says brains are the team's strong suit → Read More

Top German cultural institute revokes invitation to controversial Palestinian writer

Muhammad Al-Kurd was to speak on panel at forum examining global far-right movements; session hosts pull out, accuse Goethe Institute of 'racist' stifling of Palestinian dissent → Read More

Yesha leader faces rebellion for backing coalition bill crucial to settlers

Led by Likud-aligned movement, dozens of local council members call for David Elhayani's resignation for not backing an opposition boycott of West Bank legislation → Read More

New film brings Eichmann’s Holocaust confessions to life using his own voice

Original recordings are dubbed over actors portraying senior Nazi figure and his interviewer before Israel put him on trial; he expresses pride in genocide, says has no regrets → Read More

Ahead of annual memorial day, 161,400 Holocaust survivors living in Israel

Average age is 85.5, with over 1,000 over age 100; social equality minister notes urgency in providing assistance as some 40 survivors die each day → Read More

Construction worker, 68, falls to his death from crane in Ashkelon

Medics declare man dead at scene after he plunges 10 meters in new Ir Hayayin neighborhood; police open an investigation; 12th death in industry this year, says lobby group → Read More

Singer Shlomo Gronich under fire for racist comments at music festival

Artist tells audience he's glad they are all 'Ashkenazim' and 'there's not a single chakhchakh here' -- a derogatory term for Mizrahi Jews; later apologizes, calls it 'a bad joke' → Read More

High Court rules Israel Prize must be given to professor accused of BDS support

Judges accept appeal against Education Minister Shasha-Biton's decision to withhold 2021 award from Oded Goldreich over his supposed backing of academic boycott → Read More

Travel spike causes mass delays at airport; situation likely to worsen over Passover

Passengers now advised to arrive at Ben Gurion four hours before flights as airport struggles to implement COVID protocols, scale-up from cutbacks → Read More