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The inclusion program, in which children with special needs are in the same class as neurotypical (mainstream) peers, is, says Gansburg, the only Jewish program of its kind in Florida.
The contest will include student-created sculpture, computer graphic design, collage, videography, PowerPoint and painting.
David, an 8-year-old boy on the autism spectrum, recently attended a Friendship Circle event. As he entered he told his Dad, “I love coming to the FC programs ‘cause everyone loves each other.”
Frank proclaimed himself Zvi’s successor and the reincarnation of King David.
(((CLICK BELOW TO HEAR AUDIO))) Yishai talks with Tommy Waller, Director of HaYovel, an organization that brings Christians to the mountains of Samaria for Israel’s annual grape harvest under the supervision of Rabbi Eliezer Melamed. Waller joins Yishai in-studio to share his beliefs on how the group takes part in the prophecy of Israel’s redemption. […]
With new neighbors along our Syrian border, we thought we’d check out what they’re saying and what’s going on…
We wish a speedy recovery to Joan Rivers, the straight-shooting Jewish comedienne whose exact analysis of the war was, “Hamas started it.”
An IDF soldier who was critically injured last week by a rocket that hit Ashdod died from his wounds today. He is Israel’s 71st casualty in the war. Sergeant Natanel Maman, 21, from Gan Yavne, an Ordnance Corps soldier, was critically injured by a rocket that hit Ashdod last Friday. He was promoted posthumously from […]
More than 200,000 Muslims live in Michigan. Fifty of them showed up for a protest against ISIS.
Sofer, who may have died from dehydration after falling in a ravine while hiking, is being buried in Beit Shemesh.
The Boycott Israel movement, so far, is more bark than bite.
The bad news is that ISIS and Al Qaeda are on the Syrian Golan. The good news is that every terrorist in Syria is killing each other.
Gazans overwhelmingly support rocket attacks against Israel, but they prefer other methods of attack even more.
Neither side achieved its stated goal: the Gaza blockade will not be lifted and Hamas will not be disarmed.
Israelis in Gaza border communities need to get out; who will help them?
The US has been sidelined in the Middle East. Egypt, the UAE and the Saudis are the new police force.
Rockets launched at Jerusalem were fired from Gazan schools compound.
Al Qaeda affiliate released an American journalist on Sunday, Aug. 24.
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