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Fighting Anti-Israel NGOs And BDS Activists: An Interview with Israeli Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked

On a governmental level, the present government has made it a priority to deal with the challenge posed by the BDS.

Why the World Cried for Shimon Peres

“The world loved Shimon Peres because they thought he was the best chance they had at getting rid of or weakening the Jewish presence in Israel. And they are truly sad because that hope just died.”

Shimon Peres, a Leader for All Seasons

Shimon Peres was both a man of principle and of pragmatism. He understood that morality required the strength to defend it,

‘God Has Sent Us The Jew From Judah To Help Us’: An Interview with...

I couldn’t believe poverty was so bad that people had to lick the road just to get a little bit of food.

Shalva Challenge: Josh Strahl Raises The Tzedakah Bar To The Extreme

Mt. Hermon isn't the toughest mountain to climb, and Mt. Kilimanjaro is no walk in the park.

Retracing A Family’s Legacy

Perhaps, today, it is no t unusual to see somebody who looks like Rav Simcha on the streets of New York City, but in 1920, it was quite unusual.

‘What America Can Learn from Israel’: An Interview with Author and Commentator Pete Hegseth

The facts on the ground and the truth of what actually happened can settle debates. It’s just a matter of affirming it.

A New York Boy Becomes an Israeli Farmer

Since that day, back in 1999, the project I started - called “Israel Trees” - has planted a bit more than 120,000 new fruit trees all across Israel.

High-Tech Heroine

I started labeling myself a Muslim Zionist two years ago.

On the Bookshelf

I have closde to 10,000 books, covering all kinds of things in Jewish studies.

Fighting Israel’s Battle Online An Interview with Influential Blogger: ‘Elder of Ziyon’

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?

In the Kosher Trenches: The Work of KosherQuest

Before long, people began calling Rabbi Eidlitz with their kashrus questions.

Steven Hill’s Mission imPossible

Steve felt himself drawn by the spirit that moved them. The spark that had been kindled in the shul in Seattle became a fire that would not be quenched – that demanded to be fed.

Rebbetzin Of The World: An Interview with Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis

"The idea of bringing people back to Yiddishkeit was inside me from my childhood days."

Israel’s First Patient Advocate

Patients who have “barriers to care,” such as cultural or language differences or physical disabilities, are particularly interesting to Kilim.

On the Bookshelf

I look to my parents and rebbeim as my primary infulences. And I think that's how it should be.

150,000 Jewish Books In 50 Languages: An Interview with Bibliophile Israel Mizrahi

The story of bookstores in the U.S. in general – not just Jewish bookstores – is a pretty bad one.

VIDEO: Ben Ehrenreich Shares his Love for the Sbarro Massacre Mastermind’s Family

Today is the 15th anniversary of the infamous Sbarro pizza shop bombing, masterminded by Ahlam Tamimi.

Swimming for Gold, Wearing Blue and White

Three-time NCAA All-American and member of two national championship-winning freestyle relay teams, Andrea Murez is a legit medal possibility for Israel

Can This Jewish Republican Outsider Change the Face of Missouri?

Eric Greitens received a PhD from Oxford, founded a nationally-renowned nonprofit, and survived combat as a Navy SEAL. Whether he can survive Missouri politics remains to be seen.

The Prayers Of A Lifetime

To the amazement of the bedraggled group of prisoners, Rav Yaakov proceeded to recite the entire parsha from memory.

God, Evolution, And Darwin: An Interview with Molecular Biologist Douglas Axe

I’m not arguing against common ancestry or some form of descent with modification. What I’m saying is that accidental processes cannot possibly have invented these things.

Showing Off His Chops On “Chopped”

The skill of condensing a large amount of information helped him pack an hour’s worth of cooking in the thirty minutes provided.

Mekonen: An Ethiopian Commander In The IDF

Determined, he chose to make his life a success.

A Tribute to Humanity’s Teacher

Elie Wiesel was one of the most important people in the post-WW II period. He spoke truth to power, He spoke up for those for whom no one else championed. For that he received the Nobel Peace Prize.

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