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Girls who missed their designated exit on the river continued south four miles to the next one as they were instructed, and got out safely.
"The forces did not act out of a desire for revenge but to try and foil [Goldin's] kidnapping."
In 2015, the suspect traveled to Lebanon where he received military training with Hezbollah.
The family of fallen IDF officer Hadar Goldin hopes to block the interim ceasefire with Hamas.
Security forces in the UK foiled 13 Islamist plots since March 2017, including one this past July.
Attention to detail and an alert stance saved lives in Samaria, where pipe bombs threatened Jews.
On February 16th, 2013, an IDF squad was carrying out a routine patrol on the Syrian border, when suddenly the patrol commander noticed something very strange...
“The majority of Muslims in Australia of working age do not work and exist on welfare."
The court cited a recent Swiss ruling ,which decreed that deporting Eritrean asylum seekers evading military service was “both lawful and reasonable.”
There is a different kind of harassment, directed at Jewish students not as Jews but rather as representatives and supporters of Israel. It is also antisemitism but is distinctive from classic antisemitism such as swastikas and anti-Jewish hate speech.
It’s very much in style and cool to be Jewish in Russia today. In the past, people were afraid to let others know they were Jewish; today, they are very proud – and many non-Jews want to be part of it too.
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Where Yiddish makes sense! Yishai is in Vienna and prays at Satmar where he feels strangely comfortable. Yet when he gets back to the hotel he sees Israeli news where police are fighting with the Ultra-Orthodox in the streets. Join Yishai in thinking about the meeting point between the Exile/Diaspora and Redemption/Israel in the meeting point between East and West in Europe.
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What is true for getting out of our geographical bubble is equally if not more true for breaking through our religious bubble. We live under artificial labels and tend to limit our religious exposure to those who think, practice and observe just like us. When we pigeonhole ourselves we deprive ourselves from taking the best of what different Torah groups and cultures have to offer.
The primary quality of anyone judging another is that the judge first know how to judge himself. If he cannot honestly examine his own behavior, how can he possibly judge someone else's?
Our powers of self-justification mean money is as much a danger for us as for a judge. Given two options, we, like Rashi’s judges, will become sure, the claim which benefits us is also the truer claim. Like Rashi’s judges, we need to guard ourselves from slipping away from truth without realizing it.
This week's portion, Re'ei, speaks of our need for a sense of place, how difficult it often is to find, and how we must protect others' sense of place. It also guides us in how to manage the experience of no place