web analytics


Viewpoints


Recommended Reading

 

222,426FansLike
16,520FollowersFollow
3,876SubscribersSubscribe

We bring you the latest articles from Sheba Medical Center Tel HaShomer

Prince William Arrives in Israel

The prince is here "to get a flavor of Israel, to see what’s happening here, some of the extraordinary successes in technology, some of the great culture here.”

Haifa U Unveils Salvaged Artworks from Artists Who Perished in Holocaust

Oscar Ghez Collection’s pieces, produced by 18 persecuted Jewish artists from France and revived by University of Haifa students, are featured in newly launched museum exhibit.

Roseanne Barr Tells Rabbi Boteach: I Lost Everything and Accept Whatever Consequences This Brings

Boteach, who says he's known the feisty Jewish comic actress for twenty years, reached out to her and told her that she had to "make this right."

MK at Conference on Online Incitement: ‘Bots May Affect Israeli Voters’ Freedom of Choice’

Andrej Danko, Speaker of the Slovak Paliament, said that "Insane racists have become members of parliament here, among other things through the cheap use of social networks, while denying historic facts."

Israeli Tech Company Pixellot to Boost Mexico’s National Team, League

Mexico's national team and the entire Liga Mx to deploy Pixellot video coaching systems.

Pew: Jews Harassed Worldwide Despite their Minuscule Percentage of Planet’s Population

Altogether, 2.2 billion Christians suffered harassment in 144 countries in 2016. 1.6 billion Muslims were harassed in 142 countries. 15 million Jews were harassed in 87 countries.

Netanyahu Promoting IDF Draft Bill, Unafraid of Haredim, Elections

Netanyahu told the three Haredi coalition leaders at the meeting, who insist they oppose the draft law in its present form: "I do not want new elections, but I'm not afraid of elections, and if there are elections, I'll do fine."

Assad Forces Took Over UN Position on Israel-Syrian Border

According to the report, the UNDOF forces in the area have identified serious construction work at the site—where no military presence is allowed.

Netanyahu Bids Farewell to a Friend of Israel, Charles Krauthammer

"He defended Israel in a way that is difficult to describe – methodically, with great creativity and with very great daring."

Erdogan Declares Victory in Turkey’s Presidential Election

Erdogan is an Islamist and a strong supporter of Hamas in Gaza and the Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority.

Bulgaria to Open ‘Honorary Consulate’ in Jerusalem

The new honorary consul will not deal only with Bulgarian affairs in Jerusalem, but with Bulgarian affairs in the entire State of Israel.

Israeli Ultrasound Set to Revolutionize Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

“We are afraid to admit mammography has failed us, because it’s all we have to offer to screen for breast cancer."

Stop Taking Evangelical Support for Israel for Granted

There is no reason to be alarmed just yet, as overall Evangelical support for Israel is positive, passionate and pro-active. But the writing is on the wall, and we as a nation cannot take Evangelical support for granted and must work to protect and develop the relationship.

‘Un-Settling’: The Royals Understanding of Jerusalem

It’s easy to see why the Palestinian Authority would have been offended by Prince Charles’ visit to his relatives’ graves in 2016—and why they will be unhappy if Prince William wants to do likewise.

Will Trump Speak to Jordan’s King Abdullah About Extraditing Terrorist Ahlam Tamimi, Who Murdered Americans?

The US and Jordan are purported allies-arguably our second strongest ally in the Mid East after Israel. No wonder talking about cooperation against terrorism is on the agenda. But will the Jordan extraditing terrorist Ahlam Tamimi be raised?

Why we Needed Charles Krauthammer

The passing of an erudite commentator is particularly painful not just because of his brilliance, but because his rational approach to politics and thought has gone out of fashion.

Tribute to Charles Krauthammer

A final conversation that I was privileged to have with the greatest columnist of this generation, who passed away last night – about Zionist belief and the eternity of Israel.

A Desirable Jewish Zip Code: 1

The famous, quote,"Those who fail to learn from the past are doomed to repeat it" is the reason behind the annually commemorated holiday of Tisha B'Av. The Jewish people has not yet healed its divisions. Until we do so, we will continue to observe Tisha B'Av

Inside The Mossad

I've been attacked from all political sides with some calling me a "Mossad propagandist" and others claiming I'm "anti-Israel".
Jerusalem, Israel
few clouds
80.6 ° F
80.6 °
80.6 °
65%
2.9mph
20%
Tue
81 °
Wed
83 °
Thu
86 °
Fri
85 °
Sat
86 °

The Ideology of Shortcomings

Rabbi Yishai is reunited with Rabbi Mike Feuer to talk about the anti-Moses Jewish rebellion of the Korach faction. Were Korach, Nathan and Aviram self hating Jews or did they have legitimate grips? And finally, Malkah Fleisher joins to discuss the UN's perfidy.

$1 = X Israeli Shekels

The currency table above may not represent the latest exchange rates.


Welcoming A Special Guest – A Lesson From The Rebbetzin

The treasure that Rebbetzin Jungreis, a”h, left behind is her teaching that continue to guide us. This week's legacy is a personal story from her daughter.

The Curse of Religious Coercion: Parashat Chukat

Moshe's punishment came, counter-intuitively, to prove coercion comes at a cost

The Consolations of Mortality: Parshat Chukat

The life-changing idea of Chukat: we are dust of the earth but there is within us the breath of God. We fail, but we can still achieve greatness. We die, but the best part of us lives on.

Once A Jew, Always A Jew? Some Interesting Teshuvos After the Spanish Inquisition

Very often, we take our status as members of the chosen nation for granted. We should remember, though, that we can lose that status by our actions. Born a Jew, always a Jew – but not necessarily Jewish.

The Baggage Weighing Down Our Singles

The treasure that Rebbetzin Jungreis, a”h, left behind is her teaching that continue to guide us. This week's legacy is a continuation on last week's column on shidduchim.

The First Populist (Korach 5778)

The story of Korach has much to teach us about one of the most disturbing...

The Beginning At The End

It is impossible to be involved in life without somehow sensing endings. We need not be permanently scarred by our beginnings, nor scared of what seems to be the death of a relationship.

Nothing Is Easier Than Mocking

The challenge of observing-especially-when understanding is elusive.

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Chukat: How to Make Peace

History repeats itself: Israel extends the hand of peace to a neighbor and is rebuffed

From The Outside Looking In

Displacement as motivation? Just ask Korach's sons.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/

Scan this QR code to visit this page online: