Yearly Archives: 2011
Israeli airforce struck at terrorists preparing to launch rockets at Israel from the Gaza Strip this Friday, killing 21-year-old Muaman Abu-Daf . The IDF...
Netanyahu said: “If Hamas joins the Palestinian government, I will not hold peace negotiations."
Ludwig Blum (1891 – 1974) was a deeply complex artist who walked the fine line between pure aesthetics and a radical artistic view of the Zionist enterprise. He clearly loved to paint, make beautiful images and provide aesthetic pleasure.
We have seen this movie before. Already, Herman Cain is off the front pages, but there will remain readily accessible political scandals to enjoy in the wings. Ironically, whatever the particulars of these chronic humiliations, all of them will commonly disclose far more serious shortcomings about their "audience" than about their subjects.
Those who think that Abbas's invitation to Hamas to join the PLO is a positive step for the peace process are deluding themselves.
Readers respond to the letter from Wounded In-Laws (Magazine 12-2-2011)
Teresa Gonzalez was recently attacked while backing out of a driveway in Hialeah, Florida. She was dragged from her vehicle, kicked and beaten with a gun. But the carjacker was to get the surprise of his life.
Young Israel of Bal Harbour is planning an inspiring scholar-in-residence weekend for parshah Vayechi.
MK Tzipi Hatovely addressed a Chabad “Lunch and Learn” event on December 14 in Miami Beach.
After 25 years on South Florida’s airwaves, “Shalom South Florida” is changing stations. Beginning Sunday, January 1, the program can be enjoyed every Sunday morning on WSBR-740AM, from 9:30-10:30.
Forty executive directors, including Reva Homnick of Hollywood, attended the Fourth Annual OU Executive Directors Conference, presented by the OU’s Karasick Synagogue Services Department.
Last week, Torah Academy of Boca Raton announced its intent to purchase a 2.5 acre campus just 300 yards from the current facility.
The RASG Hebrew Academy in Miami Beach recently launched Project Hemshech. The new project places young rabbis who primarily study in kollel to study with 12th grade students from local Jewish Day Schools.
With the U.S. troops gone, the power struggle in Iraq is reaching new levels.
Question: What should a person do if he brings a relative to the hospital on Shabbat and is asked to sign his name? Can he sign if the hospital will not admit the patient otherwise?
Findings in catacombs confirm the existence of Jews on Malta from the time of the Roman Empire until late in the Middle Ages. They came from Alexandria to this important crossroads on their way to Italy.
For most of his life, Yaakov Avinu suffered tests, trials and tribulations. It seems his days were spent moving from adversity to crisis. Clearly he didn’t have it easy, and the suffering took its toll.
“This is not the good old Likud that we know,” sighed the party’s veteran princes. “Where is Begin’s liberalism?” cried the journalists. “Where is the Jabotinsky splendor?” “We must guard against the tyranny of the majority.” “Democracy is in danger!” “A murky wave threatens Israel’s democracy!” “A dark Feiglinite dictatorship.”
Hashem’s kindness is limitless, and even when He administers judgment, it is tempered with kindness.
In this week’s parshah, Yaakov is reunited with his son Yosef after having being separated from him for 22 years.