The Jerusalem Post

Pride Parade

 THE ANNUAL gay pride parade in Tel Aviv takes place, in June. There is a very real possibility that Tel Aviv as a gay capital of the world will soon become a thing of the past, says the writer.

MKs call on Beersheba mayor, Israel Police to deny permit to anti-LGBT parade

 Netta Barzilai at Inclusive Pride Celebration in Washington, D.C.

Netta Barzilai shines at inclusive pride celebration in Washington

 A Pride flag and the words "here to stay" on a road at the entrance to Mitzpe Ramon.

Police arrest three Israeli activists for painted LGBT flag on road

 National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir speaks to the press outside the police headquarters during the annual Jerusalem pride march on June 1, 2023

Ben-Gvir demands answers from police on arrest of anti-LGBT haredi activist

 ‘YES TO coffee, no to coercion’ in Talbiyeh (Illustrative).

This week in Jerusalem: Tempest in a coffee cup

 THE ANNUAL Pride Parade in Tel Aviv, internationally acclaimed as one of the most proud and gay-friendly cities in the world.

Kaplan painted rainbow colors ahead of Tel Aviv's 30th Pride Parade

 President Isaac Herzog and Azeri counterpart Ilham Aliyev in Baku, on May 29, 2023

Zionist pride

 ACTS SUCH as spitting on Armenian priests in the Old City have become routine: A young clergyman takes part in Sunday mass.

Jerusalem for everyone? Tensions simmer in Israel's divided capital

 PARTICIPANTS GATHER for the annual Jerusalem March for Pride and Tolerance.

Editor's Notes: Pride, especially now

 People take part in an annual LGBTQ Pride parade in Jerusalem, June 1, 2023

The Jerusalem pride march is a holy event - comment

 Opposition leader Yair Lapid attends at the annual Jerusalem Pride Parade, on June 1, 2023

Israel's fights for democracy, LGBT rights against the same enemy - Lapid

 MARCHING IN Tel Aviv’s annual Gay Pride Parade, last year.

Likud MK suggests Israeli parents are turning children gay

 Israelis march in Jerusalem during the pride march on June 1, 2023

30,000 Israelis gather in Jerusalem for pride march amid heavy police presence

 JERUSALEM’S 21st Pride Parade will take place on June 1.

Jerusalem should embrace its diverse residents - editorial

National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir is seen entering a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem on May 14, 2023

Ben-Gvir: Haredim should not be detained during Jerusalem pride march

 MARCHERS TAKE part in last year’s Jerusalem Pride Parade. ‘I strive to be an ally to the LGBTQ+ community not despite being a religious Jew, but rather because I am a religious Jew,’ says the writer.

Police prepare for a safe and secure Jerusalem Pride March

 People take part in a rally marking the annual Gay Pride Parade in Jerusalem, on June 3, 2021.

'Deadly Thursday': Far-right activists threaten Jerusalem Pride March

 JERUSALEM’S 21st Pride Parade will take place on June 1.

This week in Jerusalem: Marching with Pride