A unique and prestigious residential project in now being built in Mekor Haim Street in Jerusalem.
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A corner in the Jerusalem Machane Yehuda Mall.
NYU SJP students crept into a primarily Jewish dorm and shoved propaganda under the doors of the sleeping students.
The Association of Tennis Professionals World Tour will play this year in Israel, the first time that Israel has hosted an ATP tournament since 1996, according to the organization. The tournament, offering $1 million in prize money, will take place at the Israel Tennis Center in the Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat HaSharon Sept. 15-21 […]
The Boycott Movement, like the Palestinian Authority, is slowly but surely dissolving itself.
The Israeli security cabinet unanimously decided today that Israel would not negotiate with a Palestinian government backed by Hamas, the terrorist organization that calls for Israel’s destruction. Considered a severe blow to peace talks, the ‘historic’ Hamas-Fatah unity pack was announced on Wednesday following a seven-year power struggle between the two factions. After Hamas’s victory […]
Day schools can have boys and girls participate in the same online class but they don’t meet or interact in “real time.”
Jews so hostile to their own people they’ve spun out into the orbit of rabid anti-Israeli and pro-Islamic radicalism.
Rav Pam said we must realize that God has no pleasure from such negative speech.
People expectantly go through their lives awaiting the event that will make them happy.
Ostrovsky was beaten and blindfolded during his captivity
In disbelief the doctors said it was not their doing but rather a true miracle that such a choleh could survive this illness.
The challenge of death is to keep the person who has died alive in spirit.
I vowed that when I would grow up, I would speak Yiddish to my kinderlach and I would move to “a place called Crown Heights.”
If you look like someone they wouldn’t invite into their home, they won’t invite you into their car.
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