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Liberman wrote in his letter about the female soldiers who have fallen in the line of duty in recent years.
'The only way to know those facts is real shimush, seeing what is actually happening in the field.'
The first item in Metzger's original indictment (before the plea bargain) accused him of selling conversion certificates in exchange for bribes.
'The terrorists are trying to impose their agenda and language on the world, focusing on no negotiations, no value for human life, and murder and intimidation.'
Sacha Ghozlan, leader of the French Jewish students' union UEJF, stateded that "those surprising comments raise questions about how Francois Fillon defines fundamentalism."
A bastion of Judaism and Torah has been lost with the passing of longtime Haifa Chief Rabbi Eliyahu Yosef Sha'ar Yashuv Cohen, z'l, age 89.
The Chief Rabbi of Poland arranged for the Pope to meet with Righteous Christian Poles at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
“From wherever and whomever it comes, terror and violence cannot be displayed as a legitimate thing and it cannot be supported.”
Many, if not all these "controversial" responses by Rabbi Krim can be easily explained within the context in which they were provided.
The Bennett solution resolves the conflict in a peaceful way, which is not something the Reform and Conservative movements want.
"I'm sure that if Maimonides, or Rabbi Yosef Karo lived today, they would say: We never wrote our codifications for a time when the State of Israel would be established."
"The visit constitutes a recognition of congregations that are dangerous to the future of the Jewish nation.”
“It is prohibited to leave an attacker alive after an attack. If you leave alive — there’s a chance that he would be released and kill more people.”
European rabbis honored French PM Valls on Tuesday for his role in fighting anti-Semitism.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Momo Lifshitz, the CEO of Lirom Global Education and former director of Oranim Educational Initiatives, the #1 provider of Birthright Israel participants. He shares his dream to bring Jewish and non-Jewish students to study in Israel and get a college degree at a great price, while falling in love with -- and in -- the country. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Rabbi Avichai Rontzki, former IDF chief rabbi (2006-2010), with the rank of Brigadier General. During his post, Rontzki carried out a mini-revolution in the command, expanding his mandate to allow for a much more active role of rabbis in the army, and creating the "Jewish Awareness Department," which conducts educational activities in combat units.