Rosen, a former Cleveland Indians slugger, was a proud Jew. He died Friday at age 91.
Chabad will be running a special election day campaign.
They disrupted a lecture by retired British Col. Richard Kemp, who says Israel tried to prevent civilian deaths in Gaza.
The election polls reflect the demographics of Israel, united by faith and divided by ideology and tradition.
The Shas chairman, the smartest politician in town, knows a coalition in the hand is better than one in the bush.
The racism that has simmered so long under America's polite society is again beginning to rise to the surface, and as usual is also affecting Jews.
How the volume made its way from a 17th-century Frankfurt printing press to finding its twin in Haifa is a fascinating story.
Sam Simon was 59 when he died in his California home on Sunday.
Brooklyn synagogues raise security after a suspicious incident on Sabbath in the Midwood section.
Kashruth certification under Israel's Chief Rabbinate at local hotels is going to look -- and be -- vastly different from now on. Heads up, everyone.
A Sephardic Shas political fundraiser is stabbed by an Arab after leaving a parlor meeting in Galilee.
Once again, Arabs desecrated this ancient Jewish cemetery...
Rabbi Lau was surreptitiously talking about current events and not ancient texts on the news Friday morning...
Purim is a national holiday and costume party in Israel, when there is a spirit of unity.
An abandoned Jewish soldier who died for Ukraine was rescued and given a proper Jewish burial by ZAKA. Their story.
Dozens of Democrats gathered to spew a stream of venom before the cameras Tuesday at Israel's prime minister after his speech to Congress.
Bottles of wine accompany the Pesach storytelling - each glass of wine represents the four expressions used by G-d in describing the redemption of the Jewish people from Egypt.
"Today, we are no longer silent; today, we have a voice. Tomorrow, as prime minister of the only Jewish state, I plan to use that voice."
He told CNN 'God gave the US military power" that should be used to stop genocide.
Some 1,500 Jewish teens heard UN Secy-Gen. Ban Ki-moon urge them to "make a difference" as they gathered in Crown Heights, Brooklyn at the Chabad CTeen Convention.
The ads use of quotes from a 2001 Netanyahu speech, in which he supposedly described the U.S. as "a thing you can move very easily." Watch the tape here.
"With the launch of this new historic agreement, we hope to make the lives of newlyweds better and more meaningful, so that if, God forbid, the marriage breaks up, it will be done in a fair and respectful manner.”
A link for the poll is provided below. Deadline is today.
Security has been heightened for Jews.
Free speech is cherished, but hate displays on Sacramento home quite disturbing.