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Probation to Policeman who Stole from Tzadakah Boxes

Border Policeman was caught on camera stealing from a shul pushkah.

Israeli Police Arrest 5 Suspected of Rock Attacks

The individuals were members of the 'Milad Ayyish Battalion'.

Bike Theft!

"Yosef, congratulations on your graduation!" said Uncle Sam. "I want to buy you a new bike as a present."

Justifying Israeli Preemption Against Iran Under International Law

The following article by Professor Beres and Colonel (Israel Defense Forces) Yoash Tsiddon-Chatto was originally published in the April 18, 2007 issue of The Jewish Press. Its warnings and predictions concerning a nuclear Iran have been proven unassailable.

Hamas Terror Chief to ‘Resign’

Khaled Mashaal has served as chairman of the Palestinian terrorist group since 1996.

Hizbollah Terror Suspect Leads Thai Police To Weapons Cache

Hizbollah planned to target Israelis, Jews in Thailand.

Courtroom Drama

There was a time when I thought we would never reach this stage. However, I can now say that we are "courtroom-drama free" – at least in regards to our blended family. The scars remain, the experiences no doubt have changed us, but the constant upheavals no longer control our daily lives.

It’s My Opinion: A Deadly Initiation

The recent death of a Florida A&M band member has resulted in an examination of hazing in FAMU and in other universities throughout the country. Drum major Robert Champion is said to have suffered a severe beating in a hazing incident on a band trip. The injuries caused internal bleeding. He went into shock and died.

UPDATE: Egyptian Government Nixes Abuhatzeira Pilgrimage

Egyptian Foreign Ministry says it informed Israel that it would not be "appropriate" for Jewish pilgrims to make the annual visit.

Missing Necklace

"Do you realize that it's Shaindy's 30th birthday in a month?" Sara asked Penina. "It's amazing how time flies!"

North Korea Buries Kim Jong-Il

North Korea buried “dear leader” Kim Jong-Il on Wednesday in a massive national funeral. A long, snowy funeral procession in the capital of Pyongyang featured...

Unauthorized Repair

As Yisrael opened his garage on Friday morning, Eli was already waiting there. "I'm driving to Baltimore for Shabbos," Eli said, "but funny things have been happening with the car recently. Can you check the battery and brakes?"

The Ball Over The Wall

Mr. Marx was relaxing in his garden Sunday afternoon, savoring the remaining days of sunshine. At least he was trying to relax. From over the wall of his garden came the steady thump, thump and shouting of the local teenage boys playing basketball in the neighbor's back yard.

Believing In Hashem’s Packages

Upon returning home from food shopping, I had to park my van a block and a half from where I live. It was difficult for me to carry the heavy food packages and my pocketbook, but I managed to get to the beginning of my block.

Prioritizing Our Children’s Safety As We Approach The New School Year

As the new school year begins, we parents must gain insight into one of the common causes of youth at risk -- abuse and molestation. It is a highly sensitive issue generally deemed the domain of mental health professionals and community leaders, with a host of significant halachic ramifications, such as raglayim l’davor - meaning reasonable suspicion, which is the halachic threshold to permit reporting to authorities under the rules of mesira.

Why I Am The Right Choice For Congress

Living in New York is getting tougher and tougher. No matter how carefully some of us planned, much of our retirement savings and investments have been dwindling away. Additionally, many of my neighbors are scared that the benefits they have paid into for years - Social Security and Medicare - may be taken away.

Title: Soul to Soul – Writings from Dark Places

Every medical school in the world should have this book on the syllabus: once during first-year medical studies and again at residency. Pages 63-67 pretty much sum up the brutality of a given medical staff member's offhand remarks and intentional insensitivity in the presence of patients. They crush the spirits of otherwise valiant people struggling to live. Med students who assume superiority to their needy patients need not have airs. They're not G-d and not about to become His rival, either. Medical interventions have limits. And condescension kills people as much as disease can.

When Religious Doctrine Undercuts Mandated Reporting On Abuse

The New York Times got it right. In an editorial published on Thursday May 19, the Times castigated the Vatican for issuing "flimsy guidelines" for combating the sexual abuse of children by the clerical hierarchy.

A Pleasant Yom Tov? It’s All In The Details

Were you to play a game of word association, Pesach would immediately be connected with "cleaning "and "company" (and possibly, potatoes.) Pesach is the one holiday that magnet-like, pulls families together.

Abuse And The Brain

We may not want to accept it, but abuse occurs everywhere, even in our own communities. The effects of abuse are devastating and long lasting - not only on those individuals who are abused but on their families as well. Even one act of abuse against a person, regardless of age, can have a significantly negative impact that may last a lifetime.

NIJH: Caring For The Terminally Ill Jewish Patient

It was at a UJA-Federation meeting twenty-five years ago when someone asked Rabbi Maurice Lamm, the first Orthodox rabbi to ever serve on the Federation's board, how to care for a terminally ill individual. Rabbi Lamm, then a member of the rabbinate for thirty years and at the time serving as rabbi of Congregation Beth Jacob in Beverly Hills, California - one of the largest Orthodox synagogues in the U.S. - had no answer but vowed to find a way to address what was clearly a delicate and weighty issue.

Quick Takes: News You May Have Missed

Prominent Democrat Rallies Socialist Activists    The Democratic chairman of the powerful House Judiciary Committee has been caught on tape meeting with a U.S.-based, Marxist-oriented...

For Every Jewish Mass Grave A Sign, A Name

If one makes his way beyond the outskirts of Kiev and continues deep into the forests of the neighboring village of Radomyshl, he soon enters an unmarked clearing.

After the Mendacity Came the Aggression

On Oct. 8, 1973, two days after the outbreak of the Yom Kippur War, Israeli foreign minister Abba Eban delivered the following address to the UN General Assembly. Of particular interest are the references to Anwar Sadat, whose image had not as yet been transformed into that of a peace-seeking visionary, and to the foresight of Israeli leaders in refusing to relinquish any territory in the absence of a workable and sustainable peace treaty.

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