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Rabbi Fass expressed his hope that the matter will be resolved, and that a healing process will begin to develop between the Chief Rabbinate and Rabbinic leaders across the world.
The list was prepared by Rabbi Itamar Touboul, who is in charge of determining whether individuals born abroad and registered to wed in Israel are considered a Jewish.
An emotionally charged video to accompany the joyous occasion and celebrate the millions of Jews for whom Israel is home.
At 27, after her family had been moved to a ghetto, they were then transferred to Auschwitz.
The event was organized in cooperation with the IDF, the Jewish Agency for Israel, KKL-JNF and various Israeli ministries.
Every IDF Lone Soldier is entitled to take a personal errands day once every two months, but for most of them one day is often not enough time to complete their necessary errands.
The flight included a diverse mix of people from 22 US states and one Canadian province, including 24 families, 78 children and 10 medical professionals.
This week's show deals exclusively with the topic of Financial Aliyah.
New immigrants, including small children and a 90-year-old Holocaust survivor, went through the ordeal of tasting Jews' favorite unhealthy snack.
One of the new immigrants is 83 years old, and five are volunteering to serve in the IDF.
Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, Shani Taragin, Rabbi Ari Berman, Rachelle Sprecher Fraenkel.
Minister Ze'ev Elkin will welcome 221 new immigrants from the United States and Canada at Ben Gurion Airport on Tuesday., one year after Operation...
Spain has just passed a law to allow descendants of Jews expelled in 1492 to regain their citizenship.
Young man makes Aliyah and enlists in IDF, something his deceased father desperately wanted.
Six immigrants from English-speaking countries will receive awards from Nefesh B'Nefesh at a ceremony next Tuesday.
North Americans are ignoring largely skewed news coverage on Gaza by mass media abroad and continuing to ‘come home to Israel.'