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A Slander Against A Zionist Leader That Just Won’t Go Away

Wise was especially furious when Silver helped persuade Republican leaders to insert a pro-Zionist plank in their 1944 party platform.

Palestinians: Metal Detectors or Lie Detectors – Who Is Violating What?

To clarify: To the Palestinians this crisis is not about a metal detector or a security camera they want dismantled. It is Israel that they want dismantled.

Countering Contemptuous Palestinians

Sinai-stan, Hamas-stan, Hezbollah-stan, and Syria-stan already have emerged on Israel’s southern and northern borders. This is more than enough for Israel to handle. A Pales-stan on Israel’s eastern border would be unbearable. Israel can’t and won’t let it rise.

Picturing A World

Known for his images of common street life, Vishniac displayed his early talents in the snapshots he took on the streets of Berlin.

“Baseless Hatred” and the Temple Mount

The reason we’re still banished from the Temple Mount is not because some women want to pray at the Kotel with tefillin and Torah scrolls; it’s not because other Jews, who believe this is prohibited, attempt to block them. But it may well because of the type of rhetoric and methods that both sides use against each other.

Do You Feel the Churban Yet?

After several days of Arab rioting and violence, Trump sent his Jewish emissaries to pressure Netanyahu to remove the metal detectors and other security enhancements, which he and his cabinet agreed to do. Talk about giving into evil…

Have We Learned The Lesson Of Tisha B’Av?

How can we expect to come before God and ask Him to rebuild our Holy Temple? Before doing so we must at least begin to show Him that we have learned the lesson of its destruction.

INTO THE FRAY -The Temple Mount: No Longer in our Hands?

As a non-observant Jew I was always skeptical towards the claim of my more devout kin-folk that the Temple Mount was the key to the maintenance of Jewish sovereignty over Israel. I was wrong!

Priebus out; Trump Names DHS Sec. Kelly New Chief of Staff

Kelly’s walking into something that will be a tougher challenge than homeland security. He’s a good choice, and we have reason to hope for good things to come of it.

Mixed Messages On Preserving Modesty

Preventing sexual abuse is not only about telling our kids that no one should touch their private parts or ask them to touch theirs. It’s also vital that a child, no matter the age, be heard and validated upon saying “I’m not comfortable.”

From Oleh to Politician

Zehut is proposing, for the first time in the history of the State of Israel, that Jews from the Diaspora are given a voice to determine potential Knesset members.

Temple Of The Heart

The Temple is an affair of the heart--it's what is missing from our lives. Subconsciously we have begun more and more to feel this great void in our lives.

Sinas Chinam And The Duck Test

Lakewood, like all such communities, should always bear in mind that we are in exile and have a constant duty of Kiddush Hashem (reflecting honor to God) and being loyal and outstanding citizens.

Remembering And Rebuilding

Rav Soloveitchik, z”l, taught that we are not just remembering what transpired on this day but that, mystically, the burning and destruction of the Temple reoccurs yearly, we are to envision the flames in front of our own eyes in every generation.

Seven Lessons From The Halamish Massacre

Lesson #1 of the Halamish slaughter: This is how Palestinian Arabs behave when they have self-rule and kitchen knives. Imagine what they would do if they had a sovereign state and shoulder-launched missiles

The Socialite Heroine Of The French Resistance

Never refusing an assignment, Suzanne walked all over the city of Paris in an effort to find a hospital willing to risk treating Jews in hiding who needed urgent medical attention.

The UN Does Not Want Palestinian Terrorists to be Held Accountable

The new UN Secretary General Antonio Gutteres, following in the execrable footsteps of his predecessor, has become part of the evil machinery that cannot see the Israeli-Arab conflict from a position of clarity and fairness

Haaretz’s Tempest In A Teapot Over Jerusalem Bill

With no one there to stop them, or to intimidate the Israeli police into stopping them, visiting Jews were able – within reason – to offer up prayers this week on the Temple Mount for the first time in many centuries.

Three Doors Down From The Friday Night Massacre in Halamish

We sat down, ate, drank, sang, ate dessert, started singing some more – and in the middle of our Shabbat song the commander's military phone started ringing...

The Case Of The Three Rabbis

No longer would religious motivation entitle one to a constitutionally required exemption from a law of general applicability.

The Tale Of The Metal Detectors

Indeed, religious buildings in major Muslim religious centers such as Mecca and Medina are protected by the devices, as is the Vatican.

Eicha: Prayer And Hope

The regimental forces were unable to defend Zion, and international agreements and alliances could not save Israel in a time of crisis.

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