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Jewish DePaul Student: ‘I No Longer Felt Safe on this Campus’

A Jewish DePaul student said, 'I have to defend myself, my Judaism, my pride in Israel every day; it’s exhausting.'

Arab Injured in Mistaken Identity Stone Throwing

Arabs were stoning Jewish-owned cars driving past the Assaf junction near Ofra, when they mistook one of the Arab owned cars as Jewish-owned.

Jerusalem’s Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue to be Rebuilt

The Tiferet Yisrael Synagogue, in Jerusalem's Old City, will be rebuilt by the Israel government at a cost of NIS 50 million.

Not Far From Home Anymore: The Lone IDF Soldiers’ Home

A lone soldier doesn’t have the support of parents or family who can help with many issues. The Center provides a home and support to some 5,000 soldiers who cannot go home to their parents.

Terrorist Barghouti is People’s Favorite for PA President

What makes Hamas any worse than the "moderate" Palestinian Authority leadership Israel talks to?

Bloomberg to Use Inaugural Genesis Prize for New Fellowship

The $1 million Genesis Generation Challenge fellowship, open to anyone aged 20 to 36 with the best “big idea” to benefit the world, was announced Thursday in Jerusalem.

Kotel to be Closed Monday Morning for Pope

The Pope's visit will prevent Jewish prayer at the Kotel.

Jewish Visits to Temple Mount on the Rise

Despite harassment by the police and violence by the Arabs, more Jews are going up to the Temple Mount - prayer may be next.

TED Publishes Anti-Israel Lies in Interview With Arab Photographer

In Eman Mohammed's TED interview were wildly false accounts of IDF ethical standards and actions.

Heard of Jewish Voice for Peace? How About Muslim Voice for Peace?

Elder of Ziyon created a new addition to his powerful pantheon of posters lampooning the haters of Israel.

Jay Leno in Israel

Jay Leno was in Israel to host the Genesis Award.

Ex-student Accused of $50,000 Theft from N.Y. Yeshiva

A Staten Island man was charged in the theft of blank checks from a yeshiva he reportedly attended and cashing them for more than $50,000.

Israeli Religious Court Grants Divorce to Woman with Comatose Husband

An Israeli government religious court granted a ritual divorce to a woman whose husband is in a coma and cannot consent.

Israel Prepares for Terrorists on Golan Border

Syrian border has been quietist in Israel for more than 40 years. Could al-Qaeda on the border change that?

PMO Announces Arrangements for Papal Visit, No Mention of Unlawful Detentions

ThePrime Minister's Office said Thursday that preparations have been completed for Pope Francis' visit to Israel. But the release failed to mention the fact...

France Lets Terror Suspect Flee

If anything, French Jews believe that Souad Merah is even more dangerous than her brother, Mohammed

Palestinian Authority Families Shut Down UNRWA Office

Hunger strike not the first protest by Palestinian prisoners, but might be the first time they've stopped eating

Palestinian Would-Be Killer Indicted

A would-be Palestinian Authority terrorist was arraigned on Thursday at the Haifa District Court and changed with multiple counts of attempted murder, attempted kidnapping,...

Reform, Assimilated Jews Want Voice in Israeli Affairs

Glossy new report worries that Israel losing support from Diaspora Jews; suggests abandoning Land of Israel to terrorists

New Mikvas for Eastern Jerusalem

Tenders went out for the construction of two new mikvahs (ritual baths) in the neighborhoods of Ma'aleh Zeitim and Nof Tzion.

Rabbi Yehuda Glick Arrested for Temple Mount Contraband

Whether on or off the Temple Mount, the police just seem to love to arrest Rabbi Yehuda Glick.

Done Deal: China’s Bright Food Buys Israel’s Tnuva

It's a done deal: China's Bright Food group bought most shares of Israel's Tnuva conglomerate.

Uri Elitzur, 68

Uri Elitzur, the Editor of Makor Rishon and Sololov journalism prize winner, passed away on Thursday at age 68.

Missing Israeli Jewish Teenage Girl Found Safe

A missing 19 year old Jewish girl from Samaria has been found safe and sound.

8 Dead in Ukraine Violence Ahead of Elections

Eight Ukraine security officers are dead and 18 hurt in clashes ahead of presidential elections.

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