Rabbi Lopatin said, “May Hashem give you all strength to continue this age old, noble struggle which God promises us will end in victory.”
A Chanukah miracle in Samaria
The intermarriage rate doubles for second generation Israeli-Americans, according to a recent survey.
Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela passed away Thursday night in his Johannesburg home, at the age of 95. Mandela spent 27 years in a South African jail,...
A German soccer team withdrew from a sponsorship agreement with Saudi Arabia’s national airline because it refuses to ticket Israeli citizens. The FSV Frankfurt team...
Security safeguards for Israel proposed by the US were rejected by the PA
Eli’s Restaurant, a popular kosher eatery in Washington frequented by politicians, will move instead of closing down. After announcing in October that the restaurant would...
The Interior Ministry will grant Evgeny Kissin, one of the world's leading classical pianists and an enthusiastic Jewish supporter of Israel, Israeli citizenship event...
The kindest cut of all might be the one that new father makes at his son’s circumcision.
Rabbi Sergio Bergman, wearing a colorful yarmulke, was sworn in to Argentina’s National Parliament Wednesday on a Tanach when he swore the oath of...
Kerry said the best words possible to keep alive his Peace Talk Follies and the worst thing possible to convince Israel when he stated, “Israel’s security is as the top of our agenda.”
Orthodox rabbis for years have denounced the “Kabbalah Centre” as being a fraud of mysticism, Madonna and Britney Spears notwithstanding. Now former followers have sued for financial fraud.
One unique event in Israel is the reaction of people to the first rains. There is almost a festive atmosphere when the first drops fall after a long and dry summer, and people can say, ”Thank God for rain."
NPD is the successor to the German Reich Party (DRP).
A large explosion at the Defense Ministry complex in the capital Sanaa Thursday morning has wounded 20 people, many seriously, AP reports. Military officials said...
Maybe it’s a tad undiplomatic to announce it publicly before telling Israel’s prime minister about it?
Rabbi Auerbach and his merry band of Lituanian Haredim needed a pawn to serve their political aims, and Moshe A. volunteered.
The future New York City Councilwoman blamed the violence of "young people of color" in her community on "governmental neglect, outside uncontrolled influences and failed leadership."
They were disruptive and rude, after arriving more than an hour into the event.
One of Netanyahu’s neighbors noticed that the Prime Minister on a Sabbath stroll, stopped to help an old man take out the trash. One mitzvah leads to another.