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Aliyah from the US Down13 Percent in 2013

Orthodoxy have consistently been the largest group.

Jewish School in Gondar, Ethiopia Closes as Aliyah Ends

Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky on Monday turned over the keys to the Jewish school of Gondar, Ethiopia, to the town’s mayor as the...

Coming to America

Any ideology whose logic is followed to its final conclusion leads to a horrifying and unlivable society.

Tel Aviv: A City of Opportunity

An interview with Jay Shultz, president of the Am Yisrael Foundation.

Jewish Groups Join Call for Ban on Religious Profiling

Two Jewish organizations have joined the Interfaith Alliance in calling on the U.S. Senate to include a ban on religious profiling in its immigration...

Amnesty: The Road to Nowhere

Whether or not amnesty comes, the United States of America is becoming too much like Mexico; a society of limited possibilities and diminished social mobility.

Education by Murder in Boston

Unfortunately, we who live in democracies learn best about Islamism when blood flows in the streets.

FDR’s Jewish Problem – And Its Japanese Link

A pattern of private remarks about Jews made by Roosevelt may explain why 190,000 immigration spots were left unfilled despite the plight of European Jury.

Refusing to Be Terrorized

There is no need for Obama to play Therapist-in-Chief. It's not his job, even if he is better at it than he is at his real job.

Obama’s Priorities: Immigration, the Economy, Energy, Taxes; Hagel Still Front Runner for Defense (Video)

Last week, Miami Beach's Jewish elderly population's favorite presidential candidate Pat Buchanan endorsed Hagel’s nomination.

It’s Official: Britain’s Muslim Population Doubled

The national census for England and Wales has come out, and, as usual, this once-a-decade event has had all of its most significant points overlooked.

Jewish Values are the Salvation of the Republican Party

So long as we obsess over abortion, gay marriage, and contraception to the exclusion of any other values, we cannot fix our problems.

The Numbers Game

The key to winning the game is in the numbers. Demographics.

Jewish GOPers Ponder Party’s Future Course In Wake Of Romney Defeat

WASHINGTON – The Republican Party as a whole is reconsidering how it might have done better in an election that saw the party fail to win the White House and suffer modest losses in Congress, and Jewish Republicans and conservatives are coming forward with their own insights.

Indian Tribe Aliyah Approved

Israel's government approved the immigration of the Bnei Menashe, an Indian tribe that claims Jewish ancestry.

Romney by Points, Obama Still Underpresent, Candy Crowley Not the Greatest Hall Monitor

I saw President Obama still finding it difficult to sound cool and calculated without his trusted teleprompter.

The Emperor Obama?

There certainly is wide enough room for thoughtful and well-meaning people to disagree about the appropriate approach to the presence in the United States of millions of people who have come here illegally. But those same thoughtful Americans should be very concerned with President Obama’s unilateral amendment of federal law in this regard. It is yet another indication that the president believes no federal asset is unavailable to him in his reelection bid and that he has a presumptive monopoly on knowing what is right for America.

Finland’s War on Free Speech

Finland's Supreme Court has found a prominent politician guilty of defaming Islam for "Islamophobic" comments he made on his personal blog. The ruling represents a major setback for free speech in a Europe that is becoming increasingly stifled by politically correct restrictions on free speech, particularly on issues related to Islam and Muslim immigration.

2012 Sees Lowest Number of IDF Recruits

The IDF website reports a decline in the number of army recruits this year, pinning the lowest recruitment rate in eight years on slower...

Marine Le Pen Says Sarkozy Forces Halal Meat on Parisians

The Guardian reports that French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen switched her campaign back to immigration on Sunday, by claiming all meat in Paris...

Knesset Passes New Bill to Prevent Infiltration

Measures include longer prison terms and the power to detain migrants for longer periods without charge.

The Prime Ministers: I Liked The Book So Much, I Had To Speak With...

I had just finished reading The Prime Ministers (Toby Press) and enjoyed every one of its 700-plus pages. Yahuda Avner’s “fly on the wall” account spans the governments of Levi Eshkol (Six-Day War), Golda Meir (Yom Kippur War), Yitzhak Rabin (Entebbe, Oslo), and Menachem Begin (peace treaty with Sadat, attack on Iraqi nuclear reactor, Lebanon invasion), describing sensitive, frightening and sometimes hilarious events, mostly of the kind you will never read in a newspaper.

FDR and the ‘Voyage of the Damned’

Miami Beach was certainly a fitting choice as the site for this month's reunion of passengers from the ill-fated SS St. Louis, the ship of Jewish refugees that sailed from Nazi Germany in May 1939. As children, they gazed at the lights of Miami as the St. Louis hovered off the Florida coast, hoping desperately for permission to land.

Title: The Borders of Inequality: Where Wealth and Poverty Collide

Behind "the news" there's almost always a story that isn't being reported, and certain kinds of phenomenon occur almost simultaneously all over the world in almost every era.

Politicizing Our National Pastime

Most critics of The New York Times are well aware of the liberal bias on its news pages that is as pronounced as the leftward slant on its opinion pages. But the Gray Lady's sports section is just as bad.

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