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Other well-known rabbis still interested in running for the Ashkenazi chief rabbi’s post include Modiin Chief Rabbi David Lau, former chief rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau’s son, and Rabbi Yaakov Shapira, head of the Mercaz HaRav yeshiva.
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Almost a month after being shot in Jerusalem by a terrorist, IDF soldier Chen Schwartz is going home…
The jihad network has snared teenagers in it web. One out of every six Frenchmen supports the ISIS.
Palestinian Authority terrorists set off a bomb at a bus stop in Samaria and threw two pipe bombs at passing Jewish drivers in Samaria on Sunday. No one was injured. Police sappers were called to the Rechalim Junction where the bomb exploded. They did not find any other explosive devices and still are searching for […]
Israel is better off with a weak Hamas rather than a dead Hamas, for the time being, says Netanyahu.
Two mortars landed close to the Israel-Syrian border/cease-fire lines in the Eastern Golan Heights
If Israel would just not exists, and if Jews would stop being Jewish, there would be no anti-Semitism in the world.
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We wish him a speedy recovery and a lifetime of laryngitis.
The FIlipino UN troops were successfully extracted by Irish UN troops from the Syrian rebel siege.
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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.
As of Tuesday, all IDF forces operating in Gaza withdrew and redeployed to holding positions around Gaza.
The sophisticated cement tunnels, which cost hundreds of millions of dollars, were reportedly built with Qatari government funds.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told the nation on Tuesday afternoon that if the rocket fire did not stop by Tuesday evening, he would order “an even harsher” military response.
“They were abducted and murdered in cold blood by human animals,” Netanyahu said shortly after the bodies were found.
Awad had been released as part of the Gilad Shalit kidnapping deal. Mizrachi’s widow, Hadas, told Israeli reporters that she had opposed the release of murderers as part of any kidnapping deal, and that Awad “deserved the death penalty so he wouldn’t kill again.”
If the abductors’ goal was to force Israeli authorities to release long-serving Palestinian prisoners, the effort backfired as Israeli forces are quickly rolling up what was left of Hamas in the West Bank and are reportedly contemplating the overthrow of the Hamas leadership in Gaza should harm come to the three teenagers.
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