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Woodmere Shul Gets Post-Sandy Torah Gift from Kansas City

A Woodmere synagogue which lost four Torah scrolls in the chaos of Hurricane Sandy received a gift given in the spirit of Jewish brotherhood and Torah values from their kinsmen in Kansas City.

Coalition Emergency Meeting on Conversion Blown Up by Haredim

Deri was furious at Netanyahu's request, and told the PM, while walking out of the room: "I know what you're doing to me and I will not let you do it."

Hard Evidence Released Showing Anti-Zionism Fueling Campus Anti-Semitism

BDS, SJP, and boycotts by faculty are the strongest predictors of anti-Semitism at schools nationwide.

Israeli Air Force Killing 4 in Attack on ISIS in Syria

IDF: The objective was to prevent the return of terrorists to a facility that poses a fundamental threat to the region.

Arab ‘Gold Rush’ in Jerusalem

An Arab who said he was an interior designer was stopped with NIS 2 million in gold bullion hidden in the side door of his car.

China Chooses Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Dead Sea for Major Movie

tourism, Tourism Ministry, China, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Dead Sea, movie,

Aliyah Rises 13% Since Last Rosh HaShanah

New immigrants came to Israel from 97 countries.

Gazans Barred from Entering Jerusalem This Ramadan

The decision was made following a “situational assessment,” the IDF said.

Hamas Purim Terror Plot Foiled by Shin Bet

The Shin Bet foiled a plot by Hamas to attack Israeli military forces in Jerusalem this past Purim.

Israeli Arabs Launch ‘Israeli Apartheid Week’

Event organizers are young Arab activists who are members of the local branch of the BDS movement.

Abu Mazen Violates Israel Boycott!

Amina Abbas undergoes leg surgery under heavy secrecy, security in Tel Aviv.

Egyptian Court Orders Release of Mubarak

An Egyptian court on Wednesday ordered the release of Hosni Mubarak, imprisoned for several months while awaiting trial on a charge of corruption. The former...

Knesset Bill Proposed to Outlaw Nazi Slogans

The Knesset easily passed on preliminary reading on Wednesday a bill that would make it illegal to use the word Nazi and Nazi symbols,...

Anne Frank’s Marbles Found

The Anne Frank House Museum has announced that toys Anne Frank gave away before she and her family went into hiding were recovered, and...

‘Big Bang’ Star Mayim Bialik Nearly Loses Thumb in Car Accident, Gets Artscroll Siddur...

Mayim Bialik sustained serious injuries in a car accident in Los Angeles Wednesday afternoon.

New Drone Laws Going Into Effect in Israel, Judea and Samaria

Important changes and clarifications have been made in the laws regarding drone usage in Israel, Judea and Samaria.

ADL: 2012 Hate Crime Statistics Report ‘Seriously Flawed’

Foxman: Law enforcement under-reporting must be addressed.

NY Times Censors Terror Debate

By inserting word "radical" into description of Islamists, NYT serves to blur fact that Islamists by definition are radical, as opposed to Muslims

Al- Qaeda Resuming ‘Holy War against Jews’

A terrorist group affiliated with al-Qaeda that claimed responsibility for a rocket attack on northern Israel said it has resumed a jihad, or holy...

Haifa U: Disabled at Higher Risk of PTSD due to War, Terror

28% of people with disabilities who were exposed to war and terror were particularly at risk of developing post-traumatic symptoms, compared to 11% of people with disabilities who were not exposed.

New Watchtower Checkpoint at Damascus Gate Entrance to Old City of Jerusalem

The new structure is situated on the side of the ramp leading to the entrance into the Muslim Quarter.

Netanyahu Speaks with Putin in Paris After Ceremony to Mark WWI Armistice Day

“The conversation with President Putin was good and businesslike,” Netanyahu said. “I would even describe it as very important.”

France Foils Major Terrorist Attack, Arrests Neo-Nazi

France has arrested a new-Nazi singer who it said was preparing a “major terrorist attack” after his wife bought four rifles. Kristian Vikernes, who was...

Iran Bypassing Sanctions on its Oil, Aided by Asian Customers and the Obama Administration

Iran is involved in hectic attempts to lower the insurance costs for its oil shipments, and, apparently these attempts are working. The U.S. and European countries are aware of the latest developments, and have begun to demand penalties for Asian countries attempting to avoid the sanctions. Many analysts predict, however, that the U.S. is not planning to enforce the sanctions with real, tough measures against countries like Japan or China.

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