Meir Panim’s Tiberias Free Restaurant not only provides warm meals, but the opportunity to socialize as well.
About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.
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Congratulations to Elliot and to Bonnie, the first two winners in the Abeles & Heymann free hot dog contest.
Filling two vacuums at once – one of Orthodox women taking a more public role and a second of Modern Orthodox Jews demonstrating the merits of religious Jewish practice – Allison Josephs has transformed her sweet and engaging webisodes and blog into a larger force. Jew in the City is now a franchise.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa – In the early 1940s, at a time when it was virtually impossible for a South African of color to secure a professional apprenticeship, the Jewish law firm Witkin, Sidelsky and Eidelman gave a young black man a job as a clerk.
Yossi Klein Halevi’s Like Dreamers (Harper) explores the lives of seven Israeli paratroopers in the Six-Day War who, his subtitle suggests, “Reunited Jerusalem and Divided a Nation.” It offers a fascinating variation on the theme of Israel at a fateful crossroads, in search of itself, following the wondrously unifying moment at the Western Wall in June 1967 when Jewish national sovereignty in Jerusalem was restored for the first time in nineteen centuries.
WASHINGTON – Amid simmering tensions over Iran policy, the Obama and Netanyahu governments appear to have quietly forged common ground in recent weeks on Israeli-Palestinian talks, with the United States accepting that a possible “framework” agreement might not address every outstanding issue in the negotiations.
Sisi is not on the list.
“If the Israeli Left has no place for those who … wage battle against those who seek to delegitimize Israel, it will not return to lead the country.”
The Rabbanut is going out on an initiative to prevent stores from staying open past the entry of Shabbos.
Although she survived the attack, she was demonized on Egypt’s talk shows for the violence she endured.
With the conclusion of the Syrian fiasco, the Obama administration had to turn it’s attention to a more imminent threat.
I don’t know how observant Mr. Brooks is, but I do know he understands what being Jewish means.
What were a dozen Hasidim doing out on the street at 4:30 AM, and how could they tell the victim was gay?
Of the 175 cases of measles in the U.S in 2013, a mere 23 were connected to Hare Krishnas in North Carolina. The 175 cases were triple the national average in previous years. Embarrassingly enough, the largest group of people infected with measles came from our very own anti-vaccination cult of Brooklyn Hareidi Jews. Thirty […]
During a Mass with Egypt’s Catholic leader, Pope Francis prayed for the safety and religious liberty of Middle East Christians. “Let real guarantees of religious liberty be given to all, together with the rights of Christians to live peacefully in the places where they were born, in the native country they love as citizens of […]
With all due respect to the man and his memory, Mandela promoted strong independent states for minorities – except Israel. He publicly praised Arab terrorism against Israel in the name of “freedom.”
Israelis have prayed for rain in a dry November and now are getting the dividends in spades, thanks to a rare early winter storm “from Russia with love.”
The Red-Dead Sea Project signed in Washington is a multi-billion dollar excuse for a political project that might not have any necessity if Israel were to start using one of its new resources – water.
We don’t pretend to know how and why God works, but it can be speculated that the financial disaster of Israel’s giant IDB was the way for a Chabad Jew to enter Israel’s secular Big Business elite.
Abbas and Peres’ mastery of manipulation forced them to profusely mourn the death of Mandela and at the same time robbed them of being able to do a bit of soul searching.
Either Kerry is smoking something weird, Livni is selling Israel up the creek or Bennett is about to break up the government. Kerry: We are close than ever to an agreement; Bennett: Start annexing.
If the United States is so concerned about Israel’s security, why did it pressure Netanyahu into resuming “peace talks” by freeing PA murders who freely say they have “no regrets” for killing Jews?
Netanyahu finally has learned to repeat the same and telling points over and over: Abbas must view Israel as a Jewish state and Obama must see that a diplomatic solution in Iran requires a military threat.
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