The income was goint to pay for an exhibition of artifacts discovered at the site.
Not meaning to sound callused about the suffering of fellow Jews, but the cure for this could be simple...
True story – because I saw it in Yedioth.
The executioner of the Gush Katif evacuation is wailing over the deterioration of security.
A miracle of sorts took place today at the Israeli Supreme court, which could be the sign of good things to come.
If reality doesn't match our concepts, we can always move reality a few miles over to where it fits.
Once the lone star tic bites you, you could die, God forbid, from eating meat.
Pashkvils (warning posters) were spread around the neighborhood, criticizing women wearing tight clothes, calling them "animals." According to the website Hadrei Haredim, the woman in question is being accused of luring young Haredi women to her path.
Let's talk about motherhood and babies, and why some young girls start planning their weddings at age 7 and have the albums to show for it.
On Saturday, at noon, local Jews out on a walk at the Aner springs west of the village of Neria in Samaria were attacked by dozens of Arabs throwing rocks, Tazpit reported. The official reason for the Arabs to be in the area was the olive harvest. What can be more peaceful than the olive harvest? And yet, despite the peaceful properties assigned to the olive, despite all those olive branches everywhere – those Arab olive pickers put down the olives and picked up the rocks.
Pamela Geller's attempt to stop the New York City MTA from changing the rules in order to block her anti-Jihad subway ads.
Every educated American has had to explain to a foreigner, at one point or another, our election system, or, more specifically, the Electoral College.
Instead of stressing his friendship and loyalty to a country which, despite its own economic woes is generously helping to feed his 80 million plus citizens, Morsi is actually lecturing the United States, saying it needs to "fundamentally change its approach to the Arab world, showing greater respect for its values and helping build a Palestinian state, if it hoped to overcome decades of pent-up anger." For the record, since 1979, an annual contribution which totals, give or take, $30 billion has yielded the United States "decades of pent-up anger."
Obama's overall favorable score is now a healthy 50.4% vs. 43.4% unfavorable, a spread of +7.0%.
There's only one bit of good news for the Romney campaign in the all-important swing state polls this weekend.
It's the stuff of early education: "my deep disappointment" and "contrary." The deep sense of betrayal oozing from every well chosen word...
You'll notice that I added North Carolina to the list of swing states. This is because the Romeny camp has declared it as such, probably not a minute too soon. With its 15 delegates, North Carolina broke McCain's heart in 2008 and went for the Democrats. It's good to know someone in the Romney camp is doing some thinking.
The first indication of an Obama bump following the DNC convention.
Between conversations and nibbling, one of my neighbors bent over and whispered, smiling, “At least in this shul we know no one is going to recited Tehillim for his speedy recovery.” My immediate, totally uncalculated reaction was to open a siddur (prayer book) and begin to recite Tehillim. I couldn’t behave otherwise. That‘s my nature – if someone will tell me NOT to jump off a bridge, I’m already up on the railing, hat in hand.
Police said they suspect this is a response to the evacuation of Migron on Sunday. I have my doubts.
It appears that Romney is not playing for the Jews. He has much more serious worries.
Al-Qaradawi said he opposes any discourse with Jews in principle.
Residents of Du-Pia Street in Rehovot, Israel, recently petitioned City Hall to change the name of their street, which they believe is not respectable.
The world is not a safe place, is the bottom line of what our State Dept. wants you to know. But if you insist—heaven knows why—on leaving your safe bedroom and risk setting foot in one of those awful places you hear about in the news, there's a lot you need to know. Travelers can become victims of crime and violence, or experience unexpected difficulties, says the special page titled "A Safe Trip Abroad" on the DOS website.