Barkat asked for a plaque with the words of David Ben-Gurion, who called Hebron 'Jerusalem's sister city.'
A Democratic Congressman calls Israeli Jews living in Judea and Samaria "termites;" a Jewish voter remembers Hitler calling Jews "vermin."
Hundreds accompanied US-born IDF lone soldier Shlomo Rindenow, z'l on his final journey to rest in Netzer Hazani.
Rabbi Haskel Lookstein has backed out of offering the convocation for the Republication Convention.
A global forum on anti-Semitism marks the 22nd anniversary of the terror attack on the AMIA Jewish Center.
A new Chabad center opens in the East African nation of Kenya just in time for Rosh Hashana 2016 / 5777.
Many, if not all these "controversial" responses by Rabbi Krim can be easily explained within the context in which they were provided.
Rabbi Lookstein, the spiritual leader of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and for many years principal of the Ramaz School, also converted Ivanka Marie Trump.
The World Trade Center sparkled with blue and white lights in memory of Elie Wiesel, a strong advocate for Israel.
Secular Israeli Jews are sending their children to less costly religious camps this year.
Rabbi Teichtel of Berlin is urging all European rabbis to be proactive in trying to hold the European Union together, for the safety of Europe's Jews.
Two teens in Brooklyn yelled slurs against Jews. One threw a rock at a Jewish driver, breaking the car window.
Belgian parliamentarians have lost their bid to ban the Jewish ritual slaughter of meat - for now.
An Iranian silver medalist avoided the awards rather than be photographed with the Israeli bronze medalist.
An American PAC is calling for recognition of Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish State.
There will be three Chabad welcome centers for Jewish visitors to the Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro.
Chabad Rabbi Hanoch Hecht came in second, competing on the popular 'Chopped' cable TV foodie show.
Orthodox authorities are concerned not only about the proper execution of the halakhic dipping, but also about the push to permit unmarried women to dip, which the rabbis view as an invitation to lechery.
Kariv called the MKs' behavior vulgar and said it undermines the principles of the legislative process, as well as the public and ethical obligations of MKs.
"We met six women, two of them Holocaust survivors, who had been brought there by their gentile caretakers, and convinced them not to go inside."
Like all offerings made in the Holy Temple, the first fruit offering is accompanied by the blasting of silver trumpets by the Levites.
Last week, a Knesset committee debated a bill proposed by two ultra-Orthodox coalition partners determining that use of public mikvahs will be conducted strictly according to halakha.
It appears Ha'aretz is willing to see Israeli high court justices' lives be put in jeopardy just to advance the paper's political ends. So much for tolerance and liberalism.
"I very quickly abandoned the ambition to achieve only rabbinic expertise, and moved on to the more important initiative of promoting you as creative scholars, with integrity, sensitivity and courage."
More proof that Jews lived in the Land of Israel for thousands of years, fighting the Romans with heart and soul.