Two things I miss in Israel: Sunday and Snow
Israel did send an impressive delegation, but it didn't include Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Sisi is not on the list.
The Rabbanut is going out on an initiative to prevent stores from staying open past the entry of Shabbos.
I don’t know how observant Mr. Brooks is, but I do know he understands what being Jewish means.
At the Benghazi hearings, Hillary famously demanded to know what difference it made. The same can be said of her life.
Avi Lipkin talks about the Arab spring, Syria and Hillary Clinton.
90 heads of state were in attendance -- but not from Israel.
"Everything we have done and learned regarding the gifted students has also come from speaking to more experienced Olim, not through the system."
Any apartment that sits empty for 9 months out of the year will be taxed double the normal rates.
Rabbi Metzger’s less than honorable reputation was known long before he ran for that position.
Euro-Mid is blaming Israel for defending itself because killing terrorists creates widows.
Peres chose the uranium because Israel needed it to survive.
The man was reportedly suffering from mental illness.
Even if declaring partial sovereignty eases pressure on Israel immediately afterwards, it is dangerous.
Marvin Schick called Rabbi Frankfurters’s response "breathtaking in its mean spiritedness."
Israeli politicians have interfered to prevent the Jerusalem Patriarchate from firing Nadaf and destroying his livelihood.
Someone with an iPhone sins regularly.
Isn't the new pragmatic Iran wonderful?
The Forward resents the hegemony of the Hasmoneans.