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City of Graveyards: The Demise of Jewish Newark

It is a story that should serve as the ultimate cautionary tale for any Jewish community tempted to mistake a period of vibrancy for a guarantee of immortality.

Six Dead, Eight Injured in Quebec City Mosque Attack

The shooting came on a weekend when Trudeau said Canada would welcome the refugees that President Donald Trump had banned from entering the US.

Ministerial Committee to Vote on Annexing Judean City

Netanyahu objects to annexing Ma'ale Adumim at this point, because he is weary of offending the new president by taking for granted his approval to such a sea change.

OU’s Torah In The City Offers Blueprint For Future Events

The OU turned their convention into a gathering for the entire spectrum of Orthodox Jewry.

Israel: Access Road to New Arab City in Samaria Illegal

If the court now approves of the Civil Administration expropriating lands in Area C to serve an Arab settlement, it might find it difficult in the future to halt similar impounding that would favor Jewish settlements.

Whitefish–No, not the Salad–the City in Montana

Neo-Nazi groups from the UK, Sweden, France and Greece will attend the march and “a representative of Hamas will be in attendance, and will give a speech about the international threat of the Jews.”

Mike Huckabee: State for Palestinian Authority a ‘fantasy’

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee takes 'selfies' in Ma'ale Adumim to show the city is no handful of tents but rather, a full city.

Cinema Jenin Shutting Down, Dashing Hopes for Culture, Art, in Suspicious City

Many locals boycotted the cinema because unmarried men and women drank alcohol and even slept together in the guest house that was attached to Cinema Jenin.

Global Mayors Meet in Jerusalem, Will Visit Yad Vashem

Mayors from more than two dozen cities are in Jerusalem and will visit Yad Vashem.

Police Raid Netanya City Hall, Mayor to Be Questioned

Mayor Feirberg is the first female mayor elected in Netanya and one of very few women who have served as mayors in Israel.

Police Seize 30,000 Eggs Unfit for Human Consumption in Arab City

According to the 2012 census, the city of Shfaram has a population of 38,300, with a Sunni Muslim majority alongside large Christian and Druze minorities.

Already World’s Gayest City, Tel Aviv Claiming Spot as Friendliest to Dogs

The 25,000 Tel Avivian dogs enjoy 70 public dog parks, that's 1.3 dog parks for every 250 acres.

The City on Ben Yehuda Street

Someone painted one of those 3D perspective images at the top of Ben Yehuda Street in Jerusalem.

El Al Dropped Flights to Spanish City that Adopted Pro-BDS Motion

ACOM, a Madrid-based, pro-Israel group which is fighting the boycott campaign against Israel in Spain, blamed Santiago’s far-left ruling party of running the city “ineptly.”

Two Brooklyn City Pools Still Offering Women-Only Swimming

The New York Civil Liberties Union called the ruling unfair.

While Islamic Terror Raging Everywhere, Pres. Rivlin Attends Ramadan Meal in Israeli-Arab City

In 1976, Sakhnin was the site of the first Land Day marches, in which six Israeli Arabs were killed by Israeli forces during violent protests.

Felder-Cusick Bill Foils City Council Efforts to Force Additional Taxes on New Yorkers

“I’ve been disgusted every time I’ve heard the absurd plastic bag tax legislation introduced.”

Jewish Response to Murder: Yet Another Building Acquired in Old City

The building, located near the site of the murders, will be home to 3 or 4 Jewish families and some Yeshiva students.

Israeli Ambitious Project Launching First New City in Decades: Harish

To get an idea of the sheer ambition of the new project: currently there are about 300 families living in Harish, and the plan calls for more than 50,000 residents there by 2020.

Book Review: Simon Sebag Montefiore’s ‘Jerusalem: The Biography’

This blithely written book presents Jerusalem as the home of all monotheistic faiths, disregarding the unique bond between Jews and their ancient capital.

A September Evening

You can catch glimpses of a city reeling from the incomprehensible.

Weeping for Jerusalem

The story was about a mother who lost her husband and eleven of her children in Auschwitz.

A Closer Look at Bill de Blasio’s Record

Just recently, two of his staffers were forced to resign over anti NYPD, racist and antisemitic tweets.

As Egypt Nears Civil War, Israel on High Alert

Near the Sinai peninsula, the Israeli Defense Forces continue on high alert, watching every suspicious movement in the sands near the Egyptian border for signs of the next attack.

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