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President Rivlin says in a video message: "It is no coincidence that the symbol of…Israel is the Menorah, the symbol of Jewish independence, which lights our path."
The rabbi from Tiberias almost fell into the sea trying to board the ship and settled for shouting from his boat, "Say Shema Yisrael."
Hundreds of people have barricaded themselves in the Givat Ze'ev synagogue. Police tell court they cannot stop violence if wrecking ball starts to work.
The IDF has confirmed in a letter to Yad L'Achim that soldiers will not be taken to missionary events.
The Sephardic Chief Rabbi visited Joseph's Tomb on Sunday night with IDF protection, but Arabs attacked his convoy and later torched the tomb, again.
The Palestinian Authority has circulated a draft resolution to declare the Western Wall, Rachel's Tomb and the Patriachs Cave as "Palestinian."
An unusually large number of Jews plan to ascend the Temple Mount on Monday to mark the 850 years since the Rambam (Moses Maimonides)...
Rabbi Mike Feuer joins Yishai to discuss the great Torah portion of Noach (Noah). Why does the word Hamas appear in the Torah before God decided to destroy the world? Why was Noah chosen to be the Messiah who saved the remnant of that world? And finally, why did the world decide to use all of its power & unity to fight God? Powerful lessons which also help us understand why there is terror in the streets of Jerusalem.
A terror attack was foiled Thursday in Kfar Chabad; the local chief rabbi urges residents to hire armed guards for construction sites.
The wave of terror also has made self-defense courses and pepper spray the new fad.
Tens of thousands of Jews are expected to arrive at the Western Wall at 4:30 p.m.
Muslims accuse Jews of trying to take over the Temple Mount, but statistics prove it is a lie.
Two adults and minor planned to make pipe bombs to attacks police during the Jewish holidays.
Sad - Watching Jewish-American assimilation in action.
A court order overruling Deri's "stop work" decision allows Israel Railways to continue maintenance and construction work on Shabbat.