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Been There, Done That. Time For A Change

Bennet could have threatened to topple the government unless a bill to save Amona and the threat of destruction lifted. But political self-sacrifice is non-existent when it comes to the Land of Israel

A Change Of Name, A Change Of Mazal

I happily assured her that I did in fact have no doubt that the change of name had a lot to do with their new status.

Likud MK: In Israel We Change Governments with Police Coups

MK Amsalem is working on a bill to prohibit the investigation of a prime minister in office on violations of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust.

‘Hug Me’ Video Will Change Your Thinking About Israeli-Arab Conflict

A group calling itself the HolyLanders was behind this experiment, which revived our faith in humanity, at least for this morning.

Bank of Israel: New Year’s Financial Report Card Has Good Grades, No Change in...

Israel's financial report card going into the New Year featured a lot of really good grades.

The Rabbi Who Knew the REAL Reasons for Arik Sharon’s Change in Heart

Aug. 2005, Rabbi She’ar-Yashuv Cohen traveled to Jerusalem to make a last minute appeal to Arik Sharon to reconsider his plan to retreat from Gush Katif, History has proven him, not Sharon, correct

Changing Ourselves To Change Others

The time has come for all of us to change, to become the people our Creator meant us to be. Instead of working on others, let us work on ourselves.

Talk About Art, Change Your Life

Looking at art and describing what we see, helps sharpen our visual intelligence and communicate more effectively.

Lakewood Man Loses Bid to Change Guilty Plea in $200 Million Ponzi Scheme

Between February and March of 2012 the two "Facebook victims" wired millions of dollars to an account set up by Weinstein and a co-conspirator.

Can This Jewish Republican Outsider Change the Face of Missouri?

Eric Greitens received a PhD from Oxford, founded a nationally-renowned nonprofit, and survived combat as a Navy SEAL. Whether he can survive Missouri politics remains to be seen.

eBay Acquires Israeli SalesPredict, Introducing Major Change in the Way Business Is Conducted [video]

“With more than 900 million listings on eBay, there is an enormous opportunity to extend our experience in machine learning and predictive analytics to help eBay identify important product attributes that can affect the price of a product,”

Originality: How To Change The World

“Originality itself starts with creativity: generating a concept that is both novel and useful. But it doesn’t stop there. Originals are people who take the initiative to make their visions a reality…”

Does It Bother You when your Kid Comes Home Feeling like Junk?

Response to Rabbi Wallerstein's Agudah convention speech.

7-Eleven on Grand Street

To most of our readers around the globe, this might not mean much. But the idea of having a 7-Eleven outlet on Grand Street,...

Overspending

Often one spouse accuses the other of being an over-spender. But what exactly is “overspending”? This definition changes from family to family; for one,...

Iran: Can Rouhani Deliver?

Rouhani's campaign symbol was a giant golden key that symbolized his ability to open locked doors, but now he may find it difficult to deliver on his promise.

Next Year in Jerusalem: Obama Wins Second Term

It's been said that if Obama wins, that would be a big push for Aliyah. I'm not sure how that works out considering the fact that 70% of Jews who voted, voted for Obama. I guess it's that 30% that might be considering their options.

Barring a Miracle, No Need to Change the White House Curtains

Every educated American has had to explain to a foreigner, at one point or another, our election system, or, more specifically, the Electoral College.

Kosher Hot Dogs and the Dichotomy of Tisha B’Av

We are not in the era of securing Kosher dogs, we are in the era of reestablishing a Jewish commonwealth and building a country. This project needs us to focus our collective energies so that we can overcome the multiple challenges that stand in our way. Instead of watching overpaid athletes run bases after hitting a ball, we need all those Kosher-eating “accomplished professionals” to “feel very strongly” about their place in the fight for Israel!

Excerpt of Letter From Prime Minister Netanyahu to Shaul Mofaz

Following is an excerpt from the letter that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent to Shaul Mofaz on Tuesday: "I regret your decision to give up...

Anti-Islamist Protesters Pelt Hillary’s Motorcade with Tomatoes, Shoes

As U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's armored car motorcade was riding through the Egyptian port city of Alexandria where she had given a speech on democratic rights, a tomato hit an accompanying Egyptian official in the face, and shoes and a water bottle were thrown at Hillary's car. Clinton herself was not hit, but she may have been able to hear the taunts of "Monica, Monica" which the protesters were chanting. Protesters in Cairo and Alexandria accused Clinton of cutting a deal with the Muslim Brotherhood, at the expense of Egyptian liberals and non-Islamists.

Israel’s Chief Rabbinate Facing Heated Calls For Change On Several Fronts

WASHINGTON – The latest battle over religious pluralism in Israel has unleashed a new barrage of criticism and calls for reform aimed at the Orthodox-controlled Israeli Chief Rabbinate.

Diagnosing Mental Illness: How DSM-5 Will Change the Rules

Mental health specialists tend to speak about their patients according to a classification referred to as the DSM, which stands for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. This classification system was first published in 1952 by the American Psychiatric Association as a method to classify mental disorders and develop a statistical baseline through which disorders can be understood, studied and treated. It is not the only classification system available.

Change and Renewal: The Essence of the Jewish Holidays, Festivals & Days of Remembrance

Breathe deeply. You’ll need maximum physical and spiritual power to absorb the uplifting lessons in this book. Page 249 explains why some Jews are praised as “fish on dry land,” a phrase that describes Moshe Rabeinu. Am Yisrael began to appreciate his depth of character at kriat Yam Suf, realizing that “he lived in the revealed world as though he were in the concealed world.”

The Wheel of Change

Dear Readers: The Torah revolves around one simple concept - treating others in the way you would want to be treated. The following poem gives a glimpse as to why.

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