What happens if the occupier claims he purchased the house from a third party?
The court will ask Shimon: Why did you stand silently by for three years? Why did you not challenge Reuven or at least lodge an objection in the presence of two witnesses?
This week's portion, Re'ei, speaks of our need for a sense of place, how difficult it often is to find, and how we must protect others' sense of place.
"Let’s honor his life’s mission to bring goodness and kindness into this world. Let’s do one more mitzvah, one more good deed, to make this world a better place.”
There is never a frown on any of the faces of the thousands of workers who greet, meet, and seat in Disney’s many properties.
Shifra Hoffman fills in for Tamar Yonah and explains the role that the Jewish people, especially those in America, are supposed to play in the world's arena.
As Europe and some in the US join the “divestment” bandwagon, it would be wise to consider just what Israel has given, and continues to give, the world.
In the category of Family Well-Being, Israel is ranked 3rd, behind Australia and Austria.
This blithely written book presents Jerusalem as the home of all monotheistic faiths, disregarding the unique bond between Jews and their ancient capital.
A volunteer at the Tachlit center are busy dividing hordes of food into boxes, to be distributed to needy families before Shabbat and before...
According to rebel sources in Syria, the number of dead as a result of the chemical gas attack on a suburb of Damascus has topped 1,300, including women and children.
The alleged attack took place while a UN mission with some 20 inspectors is in Damascus to investigate earlier reports of chemical weapons use.
The rabbi, in his early 30s, hails from Miami, Fla., and Raizy, in her late 20s, grew up in Israel. What’s it like to live in the least populated state in the nation?
"Approximately $585 million remains unobligated."
The name would impose an "undue burden on him that as a human being he cannot fulfill," the judge wrote.
Muslim Brothers are out for good, but Sharia law stays.
Faux peace, implemented by "treaties" is external and wears off, like the "democracy" of the "Arab Spring," which has been proven a deadly farce.
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