Meir Panim’s Tiberias Free Restaurant not only provides warm meals, but the opportunity to socialize as well.
About the Author: Yori Yanover has been a working journalist since age 17, before he enlisted and worked for Ba'Machane Nachal. Since then he has worked for Israel Shelanu, the US supplement of Yedioth, JCN18.com, USAJewish.com, Lubavitch News Service, Arutz 7 (as DJ on the high seas), and the Grand Street News. He has published two fun books: The Cabalist's Daughter: A Novel of Practical Messianic Redemption, and How Would God REALLY Vote.
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One thing Meir couldn’t abide was machloket. He would fight wholeheartedly on behalf of his pupils in a situation involving a dispute – but not so if it was political, educational, or religious in nature.
Mandela remained loyal to the rogue leaders and regimes that backed him through the many years he’d been imprisoned: Cuba’s Castro, Libya’s Khaddafi and the PLO’s Arafat.
Chai Lifeline Southeast’s first venture into the art world, “Through the Eyes of Our Children,” an exhibit and sale at Gallery Art in Aventura, was part of the organization’s Chai Crafts program, an innovative art therapy endeavor sponsored by the Root Foundation.
This year was memorable for the energy of all the participants who, along with Avraham Fried and the members of his orchestra and the YBO Band, joyously sang and danced in the rain. Fried performed with chassidishe warmth and humor. The night was so meaningful and so mesmerizing, the audience didn’t want it to end.
The Preserve at Palm-Aire, a local senior living community, recently donated more than 180 eco-friendly, sturdy and reusable tote bags to the Broward County Jewish Family Services (JFS).
Hamas ran multiple rockets tests today in Gaza, shooting their rockets southward towards the Sinai and westward into the ocean. Hamas has been testing numerous missiles as of late, and has been working to improve the capabilities of the rockets they have. The Israeli towns near Gaza heard the sounds from the tests.
The Attorney General, Yehuda Weinstein, has decided not to appeal Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman’s acquittal. Liberman was unanimously acquitted on November 6, after being hounded for 17 years on various charges. Unexpectedly, Weinstein had decided to go after Liberman on a weaker charge of breach of public trust, rather than what seemed to be the […]
Apparently there has been no let-up in Secretary of State Kerry’s drive to bring about a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians within the nine-month period he prescribed last year, which ends in April 2014.
Much attention has properly been paid to the problems inherent in the provisions of the Geneva agreement struck with Iran. There are substantial loopholes that allow Iran to run trucks through its commitments and Iran seems to have been able to blunt the full court press that had been mounted against it in the form of economic sanctions and threats of military force.
JERUSALEM – A week after a massive pre-winter rain and snowstorm struck Israel, large portions of the country, including Jerusalem and its environs, are still struggling to return to normal daily life.
The snowballs are gone and the rocks are back. An adult and child were lightly injured from shattered glass after their car was hit by a rock on the Cross-Benjamin highway. After getting hit, the driver continued to the next IDF checkpoint where they were treated by an IDF medic.
The judge said Elon’s behavior was “illegitimate” – even according to his own stated standards.
Who knew? Forget Polish jokes and Irish jokes and Persian jokes – the Saudis have come up with an entire genre of jokes at the expense of their Sudanese slave laborers. Turns out they’re lazy…
A “Beit Hillel” rabbi reported his decision to turn on the electricity on a frozen Shabbat morning, only to be attacked by a “Tzohar” rabbi from his neck of the (snowy) woods.
Fireworks and klieg lights framed the Grand Peterhof Palace during the cultural program following the leaders’ dinner at the Grand Peterhof Palace, during the G20 Summit in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Sept. 5, 2013. And this is the Walt Disney logo… The question is, of course, which outfit sells us more illusions…
Israel has invested more than $125 million trying to bring young Jews to visit, with meager results.
The Canadian Lev Tahor cult of about 200 is headed by convicted felon Shlomo Helbrans, an Israeli returnee who left Israel with his followers in 1990.
When we moved to Netanya, a coastal city in Israel, I noticed the absence of seagulls. How can a city by the sea not have any seagulls? The answer is: they were chased out by the huge crow community. This explains why there are so many crows and also why there are so few… rats […]
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