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Wiesenthal Center Denounces Indian Publisher for Citing Hitler as ‘Inspiring Leader’

A member of the Simon Wiesenthal Center bought the book at the Krithi International Book Fair in Cochin, ironically the city that served as home to Jews in India for hundreds of years.

Police to Compensate Yitzhar Family for Harassment Campaign

Police officers continued to visit the family's home every night, ostensibly to check on the minor well after the order against him had expired according to the military court's ruling.

IDF Demolishes Terror Tunnel near Israel and Underground Complex in Gaza Strip

The IDF identified an attempt by the Hamas to renew the digging in an old tunnel path.

Russians in Crimea, Israel, Participating in Elections to Determine by How Much Putin Will Win

More than 40 international observers from 20 countries, including from Israel, will cover the presidential election in Crimea.

Dozens Spend Shabbat in Rostov Commemorating Fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe

In 1940, a group of chassidim secretly removed his remains to the burial site where they are today. According to these chassidim, they found his body whole, with no sign of decomposition, 20 years after his death.

Hundreds Demonstrate Outside Court President’s Home Against Judicial Dictatorship

Activists chanted, "The Knesset Legislates, the Supreme Court Erases."

Rabbi Itamar Ben-Gal’s Murderer Caught

Sunday's overnight arrest was the culmination of an ongoing effort since the attack, during which a number of suspects who helped or knew the whereabouts of the assailant were arrested and interrogated.

Rwanda Bans Muezzin Loudspeakers

The government issued the new ban as part of its fight against noise pollution in Kigali.

Israeli Air Force Attacks Additional Gaza Terror Targets

“The attack was carried out in response to the placement of explosive devices on the border fence.”

Hanegbi Confirms Qatari-Israeli Diplomats Discussing Ways to Improve Life in Gaza

Last week, Qatar attended the Gaza Conference hosted by the White House, as did Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Israel.

Jerusalem Light Rail Attacked by Arab Terrorists

A side window on one of the cars was shattered and one of the doors was also damaged.

Jewish Groups Weigh in on Pompeo for Secretary of State

Contrasting Mike Pompeo with Rex Tillerson, who reportedly opposed U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Jews Have Also Been Holding Onto Their Keys

For Jews, keys have been no less a symbol of the desire to return home - in our case our indigenous, ancestral home where we have been living for over 3,000 years. We have returned home.

New Israel Fund: Stand With Israel, Not Hamas!

Terrorist organizations, many funded by the radical New Israel Fund, and their supporters plan to march to the borders of Israel with 100,000 people who intend to storm the borders of Israel as they proclaim that the Jewish state should seek to exist.

The New Palestinian Jihad to Obliterate Israel

Islamic Jihad's plan for "real peace" in the Middle East is achieved by eliminating Israel after "liberating Palestine, from the river to the sea, and after the original owners of the land return to their homes."

The Oscar Goes To…

With all due respect to Dorothy Parker, "Girls who wear glasses, SHOULD get passes"

Is Demanding Sovereignty Over Judea and Samaria is a Waste of Zionist Energy?

Reasons for NOT extending Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria. (Suffice it to say, the views are the author's and not those of The Jewish Press Online)

80 Minutes With Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett

At a pace of about once every two weeks, we thwart a specific terror attack somewhere in the world. So people tend to be thankful about that.
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Three Rabbis and a Wife

Yishai discusses the future of American Jewry, AIPAC, and of the America-Israel relationship including interviews with Rabbi Steven Pruzansky and Rabbi Yehoshua Fass. Then, Rabbi 'Gotch' Yudin joins Yishai to discuss his visit to Hebron. Finally, Malkah joins the show to talk about Trump and getting ready for Passover.

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‘Not The Horse I Wanted’

In the most nightmarish days, my mother would tell us stories of Yerushalayim. “One day,” she kept telling us, “we will all be in Yerushalayim. There the trees grow candies. The sun always shines and Dovid HaMelech’s harp whispers in the wind.”

The Rubashkin Saga – XI

Rubashkin was treated like no other defendant ever arrested on illegal immigration violations. The federal prosecutors sent marshals to handcuff and shackle him as they led him past a phalanx of waiting photographers and TV crews

The Call

We can be good at many things, but what gives a life direction and meaning is a sense of mission, of something we are called on to do. That is the significance of the opening word of today’s parsha, Vayikra.

The Power Of A Grateful Heart

Rebbetzin Jungreis (a”h) sharing her eternal wisdom. This week on the subjects of kindness, appreciation, and gratitude.

Collapsed Halacha and Moshe’s Mask

Are today’s rulings transformative, or do they promote stagnation? Shall we have prophetic halacha, or collapsed halacha? We have to re-create halacha so that it once again becomes the manifestation of holy deeds that generate marvel and amazement in every part of our lives.

Making Space

For two thousand years in the absence of a Temple its place was taken by the synagogue. Why, if the Torah is timeless, does it devote such space to what was essentially a time-bound structure? The answer is deep and life-transforming,

Answering The Call

We explore life through the lens of Torah through the entire year. Now that Pesach approaches, we pause and listen as this week we hear God's loving call as if For The First Time.

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Vayikra: Happy Sins

Obviously, sin and happy are not words that go together well. But, says Rabbi Yochanan, when people admit to and atone for their sins, that is cause for happiness.

Mysterious Magic

The Tabernacle was more dangerous than the Red Heifer because absolutely everything about its construction and functioning seems so mysterious

Is Halakhic Sophistication Always a Virtue?

Torah thoughts on this week's parsha, Vayakhel-Pekudei

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