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Arabs Attacking Settlement. 6 Jews Injured.

Arabs began by attacking Jewish hikers on Shabbat, but then the Mosque then called out the rest of the Arab villagers. 6 Jews have been injured so far in the Arab riots, and the IDF is doing its best to keep the Arabs from reaching the community of Aish Kadosh.

Mt. Carmel Tunnels to Be Used as Bomb Shelters Should Iran Attack

"No one so far has been able to tell me how much oxygen would be required for, say, 30 or 40 thousand people."

SEC Shuts Down $600 Million Alleged Online Ponzi, But Apparent Israeli Offshoot Still Functional

The Securities and Exchange Commission announced fraud charges and asset freeze to halt a $600 million Ponzi scheme, but the apparent Israeli offshoot is still up.

IDF Opens Road, Lifts Restrictions After Deadly Attack

The IDF has re-opened roads and lifted an order for residents to remain in their homes following a deadly attack killing one Israeli along the Israel-Egypt border.

Plots, Schemes And Coalitions

Last month we saw something historic in Israeli politics – the largest unity government ever formed. Unlike most unity governments, this one was born neither from a sense of national emergency nor from an era of national euphoria, where political differences fade. Instead, this coalition was induced by the threat of the ballot box and is a result of Israeli politicians’ strategic dedication to either keeping their seats or scoring the slot above them in the next coalition jig.

Chevra Kadisha Forum Says Ministry’s Plans for Mass Burials ‘Problematic’

The Chevra Kadisha Forum, in a letter to Home Front Defense Minister Matan Vilnai, challenged the Interior Ministry's plan, which mandates temporary burial in coffins at temporary cemeteries as well as the option of transferring bodies to cooling facilities until they can be identified and final resting places can be arranged.

IDF Soldiers Save Critically Ill Palestinian Infant

Last Sunday night, a Palestinian woman arrived with her 12-day-old baby girl at an IDF post in the Benjamin region of Judea and Samaria. The infant was having trouble breathing and needed immediate first aid. Commanders from the Benjamin Regional Brigade explained that Palestinians in the region know that if they have a life-threatening emergency, they can come to the IDF post for assistance.

Healing Under Fire: How Ashkelon’s Barzilay Medical Center Coped with Four Days of Rockets

"We had to decide which patients to transfer to our better protected facilities," CEO Dr. Chezy Levy explained what working under fire actually meant. Barzilay has some shielded buildings, but most aren't. "We transferred about 100 patients, or 20% of the patient population… You should have seen them transporting a premature baby in the incubator, while resuscitating it on the way…"

Those Sneaky Zionists

Terrorist injures himself trying to attack Israel. Israel treats him in hospital.

Greece Jews to Receive an Entire $1 million in Emergency Aid from JAFI

The Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency for Israel voted to provide emergency aid to the Jewish community of Greece, to help it address immediate needs in the wake of their country's terrible financial crisis. The $1 million will be spread over two years and help Greek Jewish institutions from going under. That amount will be just $250,000 short each year of the income of JAFI's top earner, Dr. Misha Galperin.

Saving Lives in Judea and Samaria – The Untold Story

Many Palestinians in Judea and Samaria turn to the IDF and to Israeli medical emergency services to receive medical attention. Whether ill or wounded, local Arabs receive immediate life-saving medical treatment regardless of existing security tensions, and with no pre-requisites.

Immigrant Absorption Minister: ‘Ethiopian Immigrants Should Be Grateful To Israel’

MK Sofa Landver responds to claims of racism against Ethiopian Israelis.

Is It Still Okay If Your Father Cries?

The phone rang. It was a call I'd been dreading. "Well, are you going to pick it up?" asked my wife after the third ring. Bobbie, my dad's wife, was calling as we had agreed she would in the event of a life-threatening emergency. My father was dying of stage-four colon cancer. "Well, are you going to pick it up?" asked my wife after the third ring. Bobbie, my dad's wife, was calling as we had agreed she would in the event of a life-threatening emergency. My father was dying of stage-four colon cancer.

The Shabbos Blessing

Friday was a hectic day. The night before, I had been rushed to the emergency room after feeling unwell. I was released early in the morning, and was given a copy of my EKG. I brought the EKG results to my cardiologist first thing in the morning.

Quick Takes: News From Israel You May Have Missed

The Obama administration has promised the Palestinian Authority that it will closely monitor Jewish construction in the West Bank and protest any new housing...

Jewish Community Acts To Tackle Economic Crisis

America has been hit by what is likely the worst financial crisis since The Great Depression. Many Jewish communities have been hit hard, with a staggering number of families struggling with joblessness.

Jewish Community Acts To Tackle Economic Crisis

America has been hit by what is likely the worst financial crisis since The Great Depression. Many Jewish communities have been hit hard, with a staggering number of families struggling with joblessness.

Midnight In The Emergency Room

This true story took place in Brooklyn, New York. It was a wintry, dark afternoon when my father collapsed before my eyes. He slumped over in the front passenger seat in the car and lost consciousness. When he slowly and dazedly opened his eyes, he was weak and pale.

Refusing The Short Leash

On October fifth, my article called "Choking on a Short Leash" was in the Jewish Press.

Long Distance Caregivers

The lure of warm weather in winter has many of us who are retired going south for the winter.

Readers Write – Part 2

On January 5 of this year, I wrote about a reflexologist, who used her skills to not only diagnose and heal, but also provide a caring touch for people (such as the elderly who live alone and well spouses) who can live for weeks at a time without being touched.

Those Darn Cell Phones

Whenever I have a speaking engagement, I always ask people to turn on their cell phones.

When Your Mind Goes Blank

Most people over 40 have experienced a time or two when their mind just goes blank.

Addressing The ‘State Of The Union’ – The Shidduch Crisis

One of the most distressing issues that pre-occupies the minds of young and old alike is the growing "Shidduch Crisis."

Where Are The Moms And Dads? – The Readers Respond

Dear Rebbetzin Jungreis: I have a feeling that you will be inundated with endless letters and stories relating to those shared in your article entitled "Where Are The Moms And Dads?" I am compelled to share two of my own experiences with you.

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