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Tel Aviv: Protestors Gather in Solidarity with the Turkish People

Some of the protesters are so dedicated to the cause that they have even gone to Turkey in recent days in order to show solidarity.

Why I Made Aliyah to Southern Israel

It is critically important for Israel that Jewish immigrants settle in all parts of the country and not just the greater Jerusalem and Tel Aviv areas.

Radical Islam: The Real Roots of Conflict in the Middle East

Sexual harassment and rape within Egypt has worsened under the Muslim Brotherhood

Iranian Election Results Good for Israel?

Iranians voted for Hassan Rouhani because they believe that the internal human rights situation will improve under a non-hardliner.

Rich Legacy of the Sephardic Jews of Muslim Spain

“Themes of exile and redemption are central to Jewish poetry, reaching new heights of poetic expression in the works of the Golden Age of Spain.”

Senior PA Official: All of Israel Is Occupied Palestine

Rajoub is not the exception, but rather the rule regarding official Palestinian Authority views of the State of Israel.

The Main Obstacle to Peace

“A Palestinian refugee never moves out of his camp except to return home.”

The Rich Jewish History of Tiberias

Tiberias became known as one of the four holiest cities in the Jewish religion

An Epic Ethiopian Aliyah Story

As bad as the situation was in Ethiopia, Asher said that the situation got even worse when the Ethiopian Jews arrived in Sudan.

Israeli Activist Promotes Women’s Rights in South Sudan

Sexual violence was used as a weapon of war, as is common in East Africa.

Turkish Israeli Leaders Speak Out About Turkish Spring

Two prominent Turkish Israeli communal leaders speak out about events in Turkey. According to Eyal Peretz, chairman of Arkadash, an organization promoting...

The Eternal Connection of the Jews and Temple Mount

Despite PA claims that no Jewish connection existed, many Muslim religious sources throughout history have accepted the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount area

IsraAID Brings Relief to Victims of Oklahoma Tornado

Every day, IsraAID is given a new assignment and they go wherever the victims are.

Standing in Solidarity with the Turkish People

The present situation in Turkey illustrates perfectly the lack of freedom that exists within the country.

Turkish Protests: Good for Israel?

The seeds of a Turkish spring are presently being planted within Turkey.

Jewish History in a Nutshell: Hebron

Upon the conquest of Canaan, Joshua assigned Hebron to the tribe of Judah.

Alice Walker’s Mistaken Anti-Israel Position

Noted African American author Alice Walker has falsely called Israel an apartheid state and supports the BDS movement, the reality is that the State...

Muslim Zionist Speaks Out Against Anti-Semitism

Hafeez believes that the most important thing to do in dealing with Muslim antisemitism in the United Kingdom is to acknowledge the problem.

The Importance of the Negev

Without the Negev Desert, Israel would be a small non-viable state, a fact which motivates anti-Israel activists to focus on it.

Overcoming Grief through Cooking

The OneFamily fund for victims and families of victims of terror has compiled a cookbook, featuring the favorite recipes of Israelis who were murdered by Palestinian terrorists.

Learning Peace Through Soccer

According to Sivan Hendel of the Peres Center for Peace, 'Sports is an international language.'

Faces of Israel: Nachman Klieman, Founder of U-Boutique

As someone who lives on the front line of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Klieman has personal experience when it comes to Palestinian terrorism.

The Jewish Connection to Israel: Sephardic Aliyot

One of the medieval Aliyot was that of the Sephardic Jewish community which fled Spain following the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisition.

Rachel’s Tomb: A Jewish Holy Site Since Ancient Times

The sixteenth century Arab historian Mujir Al Din wrote that Rachel’s Tomb was a Jewish holy place.

Faces of Israel: Yariv Vizner, Founder of ‘Little Heroes’

Little Heroes or 'Giborim Ktanim' pairs ordinary Israelis with mentally challenged children with the goal of helping such children to better fit into Israeli society.

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