"Now we have the possibility of permanently stopping the yearly gay pride march in Jerusalem," Rabbi Yehuda Levin of the Rabbinical Alliance of America told The Jewish Press at the end of a two-week trip to Israel, which ended earlier this week.
General Eli Ben Meir was the intelligence officer who, in 2006, overcame resistance from both Israeli and Bush administration intelligence officials, to advocate for the bombing of a Syrian nuclear facility developed by North Korean scientists.
‘Israel’s Technological Breakthroughs Are The Future’: An Interview With Haim Bibas, Israel’s ‘Mayor of...
After Netanyahu lost his bid for reelection in 1999, I met with him and discussed ideas of how he could again become Israel’s leader. We’ve worked together ever since then.
The question was: Would you support a two-state solution if it meant the conflict was completely over and no more claims could be made?
On any given week, one can hear Aaron Klein's voice on the radio or read his articles online or in print media. Now, this investigative Jewish Press columnist, WorldNetDaily.com Jerusalem bureau chief, and author of Schmoozing With Terrorists has completed his second book with the provocative title The Late Great State of Israel. He recently spoke about his new book with The Jewish Press.
The Likud's Danny Danon, named the member of Knesset "most loyal to the right-wing's agenda" in a recent survey, was in New York for September's convening of the UN General Assembly. He was on a mission "to ensure that the world understands the Likud Party and the people of Israel will not accept American pressure on settlement freezes or on construction in Jerusalem."
‘Israelis Are Ambitious About Saving Anyone’s Life’: An Interview with Sheba Medical Center Director...
There were hundreds of thousands of people wounded and all of them needed our care. We felt our mission was to restore hope for the people of Haiti.
"I thought it was totally normal and something everybody did."
The very first Jewish author I ever came across was Sadie Weilerstein.
We've been living with obesity, diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's, and cancer for so long that we assume they've always been present. But that's not the case.