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All Hail Breaks Loose in Negev City of Arad

The freak thunderstorm hurled hail the size of giant marbles -- or in Israeli terms, the size of cherry tomatoes -- down on the city, sending pedestrians and felines alike scurrying for cover.

First Yeshivat HaKotel Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Yeshayahu Hadari Dead at 84

In the summer of 1967, immediately following the liberation of Jerusalem, Rabbi Hadari was appointed dean of Yeshivat HaKotel.

Extreme Tourism: Come Watch Pascal Sacrifice on Mount Gerizim, Slaughtered Lambs and All

The signal is given the lambs are slaughtered and the process of preparing them to be roasted whole begins.

Court Throws Border Police Officer to Jail for Controlling Arab Riot

"It is a shame that a fighter who was there to defend all of us finds himself sent to a long prison term. Once again, the system is confused between enemy and friend."

CNN: US Intelligence Reveals Heavy Iranian Arms Shipments to Syria

In February, an IAF F-16 fighter jet was shot down by a barrage of Syrian ground-to-air missiles during an Israeli attack on an Iranian drone facility at the Syrian T-4 airbase.

Thousands Expected on Temple Mount Come Jerusalem Liberation Day

Back in 1967, General Mordechai Gur made his immortal declaration, "Temple Mount is in our hands," only to be reversed a few hours later by then Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.

Report: Police Agents Recruited Minor for Price Tag Actions

Attorney Polski is expected to ask the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court Wednesday morning to allow publication of the details of the case and its investigation materials.

UK Jews ‘Disappointed’ with Corbyn’s Apologies for Labour Anti-Semitism

Corbyn, for the first time, criticized the blatant anti-Semitism of the PLO, which the London Times said was "one of the most significant breaks from his supporters.”

George Washington University Students Vote to Divest, Join BDS Campaign Against Israel

"The Student Association showed ... its inability to condemn antisemitism and proves they don't have the proper means and knowledge to discuss this topic in the first place," said StandWithUs Emerson Fellow Tali Edid.

Family Says Body of Hamas Drone Engineer to Arrive in Gaza from Egypt

PLO ‘Ambassador’ to Egypt Diab al-Louh said in a statement that Cairo agreed to allow the body of al-Batsch to enter Gaza.

May 14 Opening of US Embassy in Jerusalem to Include Mezuzah-Hanging Ceremony

The extraordinary gesture comes at the behest of U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, Channel 20 reports.

Female Border Police Officer Shot by Arabs During Demolition of Terrorist’s Home

The home of Ahmed Kunba, who was charged as an accomplice in the drive-by shooting murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach outside of his town of Havat Gilad, was successfully demolished with a bulldozer.

The Portman Factor

The actress’s snub isn’t a victory for BDS or the Israeli prime minister’s political foes, but it does show how Netanyahu’s image problem has undermined one of his strengths.

Behind The Civil Rights Masks Of The Women’s March Leaders

If you supported the Women's March, you were duped. And if you are Jewish and supported the March, they duped you twice.

Natalie Portman’s Act of ‘Love’ (and Darkness)

Like others on the extreme, frightened left, “loving” and “caring for” Israel means vilifying and demonizing those who risk their own lives, and leaders who work and worry day and night, protecting the Israeli people.

Well-Meaning American Jews are Helping Import anti-Semitism

Jews have been among the first to “virtue signal” their compassion for refugees from the Syrian civil war.

An Open Letter to the Muslim world

If you finally were to decide to end your war against us in Israel, finally decide that you love your children more than you hate us, you will find our hands extended in friendship.

Exclusive Interview: General Eli Ben Meir: Meet the Man Who Took Out a Syrian...

General Eli Ben Meir was the intelligence officer who, in 2006, overcame resistance from both Israeli and Bush administration intelligence officials, to advocate for the bombing of a Syrian nuclear facility developed by North Korean scientists.
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ZIONIC

Rabbi Mike Feuer joins the show to help transition between Memorial Day to the redemptive Independence Day. Then, Yishai teaches leadership Torah at the Knesset. And finally, Rabbi Tuly Weiss talks about putting out the incredible new Israel Bible.

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Still A Nation That Dwells Alone

The legacy of Rebbetzin Jungreis, a”h is the wisdom and love she recorded for us. Please enjoy this inspiring gift.

The Power Of Praise

Evil speech destroys relationships. Good speech mends them. This works not only in marriages and families, but also in communities, organizations and businesses. So: in any relationship that matters to you, deliver praise daily

Letting Go of the ‘Old; Israel: A Talmudic Insight about 70 years

Israel fully understands that with power and wealth comes responsibility; it does not panic every time it is criticized; and can finally plan for the next 70 years instead of worrying about the next 70 days.

Seventy Years of an Unyielding 3,330-Year Marriage

Like the prophets of old, our religious leaders must generate a spiritual revolution, triggering an ethical-religious uproar that shakes the very foundations of the state. Israelis are waiting for such a move, and there is little doubt that their response will be overwhelming. Only then will the Jewish people fully re-engage with its land.

Unsold Chametz

That bottle was entrusted to you. You didn't fulfill your responsibility properly. You might be liable for the whiskey!

Tricked Into Paying Back (Shulchan Aruch, Choshen Mishpat 79:4)

If he had known that witnesses were present who might subsequently contradict him, he would not have acted in this manner, he says – but he didn’t know.

Matrilineal Lives Matter

“Remove the blasphemer to outside the camp.  All those who heard will rest their hands on his head.  The entire congregation will pelt him.” I suggest that the blasphemer was not executed. Rather, he was taken to the scaffold and pelted with a single rock. 

Are Tzaddikim Necessarily Role Models?

A healthy religious society has room for both chakhamim and chasidim, but knows that the latter are generally more to be admired than imitated.

Betwixt & Between

Chag Sameach-Happy Yom Ha'atzmaut and Shabbat Shalom

The Fever-Pitched Battle Of Life

Why should a person be rewarded for not doing something he wouldn’t have done anyway?

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