The remains of two firebombs were later found in the building.
"I had not moved away even one step, but someone pulled at my sleeve and asked me to join the minyan. I put on a hat and joined them for the Mincha prayer. I had arrived."
“We appreciate the important words of the French Government... However, it doesn’t appear that much has changed on the ground for French Jews, who are still regularly attacked."
The Smith Institute survey proves for the Nth time that the polls yield results based on how you write the questions, or, in this case, how you cut your random sample of respondents.
The march began at the Wiesel family home, and ended at the railway station, where a plaque was unveiled and the station named after Wiesel.
The soldiers have not been back to the site as a group since its liberation in 1967.
Instead of accepting a free omelet, the offended Jewish woman is suing Denny's for breach of contract and negligent representation, and is asking for monetary damages for emotional and physical distress from having eaten bacon.
The main contributor to the project has ceased all his support, because of his own financial trouble.
"From talks we’ve had with heads of the community and Israel’s Consul General we learned the damage is vast, and the rehabilitation will take years."
A collection of seals, some with ancient Hebrew inscriptions, and other new findings go on public display this week at the annual City of David archaeology conference.
"I do exactly as I say: 'I practice what I preach'," Netanyahu said; he holds a weekly Bible study class at his official residence in Jerusalem.
"The Jews deserve to build in Hevron within the Jewish property."
“It’s important to know how to integrate the safety of the Jewish nation and her spirituality."
“The Jewish Community Center is turning into a command center. Jewish Family Services is flooded. They're helping people by phone.”
The sellers claim the building is dilapidated; the congregants vehemently deny the charge, saying it's not true.
Netanyahu called it a “moving” gesture, and said the Bible would be given to the National Library of Israel.
The police officer told them he was carrying out an order from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asked Glick not to be “provocative.”
"Thank you Billy for reminding people what was ... so it may never ever be again," Joel's ex-wife, Christie Brinkley wrote.
Aryeh Deri was convicted of taking $155,000 in bribes while serving as Interior Minister, and was given a three-year jail sentence in 2000.
There are many who oppose the bill because they would no longer be able to enjoy their foie gras or goose liver pâté.