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The parents of Russian-Jewish actor Anton Yelchin sue Fiat Chrysler over their son's death.
This week on The Soul of Israel - Shlomo Katz שלמה כ"ץ and Ari Abramowitz delve into this weeks Parsha Matot by reminding ourselves what family truly feels like.
Shira's father said that "such a clear, strong, firm, and public official statement calling for moderation, tolerance, and acceptance of others is something that the State of Israel needs today maybe more than anything."
Gil Ronen, founder of the Femilistim pro-family organization, posited that the above examples, and others, are driven by nothing less than a Communist agenda, and that feminists in Israel have, wittingly or not, bought into a wide-ranging campaign to destroy the family unit.
The Muslims at the site cursed out the group and made repeated references to Allah, who is, they said, great.
“Why don’t we give them the benefit of our own experience? We all wished we had such a course when we were in that situation."
They are blocking the families from visiting Hamas prisoners, while Oron's body is held hostage in Gaza.
The shooting incident ended miraculously, since only the driver’s leg was injured when terrorists shot at his car, while his wife and their six children, including a one-week-old infant, were also in the vehicle.
The family petitioned the court saying the decision to make all the TV channels carrying the game tonight available to security prisoners, most of whom are members of Hamas, is repugnant.
According to the Shin Bet, 104 citizens or legal residents who had been brought into Israel under the Family Reunification Law had committed acts of terrorism from 2001 to 2016.
The provision has been the subject of a tireless match of wills between the Supreme Court and the Knesset since 2004.
The plaintiff argues that Bezeq is responsible for the murder after failing to fire its employee over an online interview.
The family’s attorney is E. Randol Schoenberg, who helped Maria Altmann successfully recover Gustav Klimt's "Woman in Gold," from the Belvedere Museum in Vienna.
Another miracle for the Jews in Israel -- this time in Ashkelon, where a missile exploded directly on a house but hurt no one.