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Knesset Debates Complaints that Restaurants Employing Olim Lose Kosher Certification

'According to the Halacha, only the person who cooks the food must be Jewish; the other workers do not have to be Jewish.'

Police Replaced Temple Mount Cameras

Cameras and metal detectors were installed following the terror murder of two Israeli policemen by three Israeli Arabs on July 14.

Gaza Terror Groups Reject UNRWA Changes to School Curriculum

Gaza terror factions said UNRWA should not meddle with the school curriculum and should teach it with no changes.

Israeli, Russian State Libraries To Digitize Collection of Rare Hebrew Manuscripts

Three generations of the Günzburg family amassed one of the largest private collections of Hebrew books and manuscripts in Europe.

Seven Arrested Over Golan Heights Riot

Druze residents in the Golan Heights maintain a complicated relationship with Israel.

UPDATE: Shooter Killed, Wounded Most of Church Congregation Attended by In-Laws in Tiny Texas...

"We pray to God for all of the wounded, and the families of the victims. We will never, ever leave their side."

Saudi Princes Arrested in Purge, Missile Intercepted Over Riyadh

Within hours of the dismissals, the Saudi military intercepted a ballistic missile over Riyadh.

For Reform the B in BDS Spells Bibi

The Reform movement will not meet Netanyahu before he gives back their share of the Western Wall.

Thousands Mark Passing of Biblical Matriarch Rachel

The passing of Rachel is marked on the 11th day in the Hebrew month of Heshvan on the Jewish calendar.

Whatsapp Co-Founder Jan Koum Posts ‘Hatikvah’ to Honor Israeli Judokas

Unfazed, Tal and Gili sang the words to Hatikva from their places on the dais, where spectators could see, regardless of the noise on the speakers.

Israeli Hospital Training Spiritual Escorts for Patients

"The studies are not frontal in the sense of lectures, but include a lot of self-observation, and assimilation of materials in a practical and experiential way."

Pope Francis Invited to Launch Major Italian Cycling Race in Israel

'Being a sportsman implies competing with honor and respecting one’s opponents, irrespective of the outcome.'

George Washington Church Plaque Latest Victim of US War over Historic Statues

The parish wrote that the plaque honoring President George Washington made some people feel unsafe and unwelcome!

Jews in Israel Started Asking for Rain

Jews in the diaspora wait 60 days, until December 5 or 6, depending on whether February has 28 or 29 days, to begin their own appeal for rain.

Haredi Hospital Sued for Refusing Fertility Treatments to Unmarried Woman

This is the first time an Israeli court has approved a class action against a hospital.

Egypt Denies UNESCO Lists Alexandria’s Eliyahu HaNavi Synagogue as ‘Endangered’ World Heritage Site

“The Egyptian government gives equal importance to all its monuments and heritage sites, whether Ancient Egyptian, Jewish, Coptic or Islamic.”

Zionism and Judaism are Inseparable in American Zionist Shabbat Initiative

"If Zionism is a dirty word then Judaism must be likewise, because all of our Jewish sources, tradition and culture revolve around Israel, it is impossible to separate one from the other."

Watch: Hundreds Participate in Hareidi ‘Day of Rage’

The demonstrations were sparked by the arrest of two yeshiva students who refused to appear at the IDF enlistment office.

Watch: British Neo-Nazi Comes Out as Gay, Jewish

What turned him around, he confessed, was the way his own extremist brothers (and sisters) were treating him for being gay.

Israel’s Civil Administration Approves New Housing in Hebron’s Hezkiah Quarter

The Arab municipality of Hebron plans to challenge the project in Israel’s Supreme Court.

Israelis Protest 11 PM Muezzin Calls with Shofars and Whistles

Eventually, local Arabs lacking in awareness of geese and ganders came out and threw stones at the demonstrators.

US Ambassador Discovers in Sderot Yeshiva, City, Defying Terror with Growth

"In Sderot, there's a different kind of Jew, one that says, 'Ad kan. That's it. We're done. We're not moving.' And that's a story that doesn't get told enough."

MK Proposes Bill to Publicize Names of Recalcitrant Jewish Husbands

“Women denied a divorce may as well be dead,” MK Revital Swid said.

Hebron 14-Year-Old Girl Escapes from Father Who Sold Her to Israeli Bedouin

"She's a brave girl," a relative said. "She's been through many things in life and seen more than she should have seen. It's time for her to have an easy life."

Rabbi Riskin to Retire from Ohr Torah Stone

Riskin, 77, transformed the Lincoln Square Synagogue in New York City to become one of the most popular centers of modern Orthodoxy on America’s eastern Seaboard.

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