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Rabbis will appeal to Congressmen, especially the Jews, immediately before the Rosh HaShanah New Year.
A mistake made by a clerk who stamped a visa the wrong way sent a Chabad emissary to prison in Nepal for the Rosh HaShanah holiday this year.
An anti-Semite shot a wake-up call for Jews in Baltimore.
Honey cake, gourmet honey, flavored honey, and honey as a recipe in chicken, and even fish, are all expected to contribute to soaring sales...
Extremist Haredim were at again in Beit Shemesh, breaking into a construction site that they say contains old Jewish graves. The Haredim found the Arab guards even more violent.
Sderot Mayor David Buskila “celebrated” Rosh HaShanah by camping out in a protest tent next to the official residence of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu...
Yishai and Malkah broadcast from the Fleisher kitchen, where they talk about preparing for Rosh Hashanah in Israel. They also talk about the American flip-flop in creating a response in Syria.
Apples area mainstay of Rosh HaShanah, when Jews dip them in honey and bless it as sign of a sweet year, which this year should be very sweet if 15,000 tons apples can do the trick.
It's a fascinating—and rare—case in which the rights of an individual to a speedy trial clash with the identity of the Jewish state.
The recent placing of a crucifix near the Uman grave of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov was an act of “clear provocation,” said Ukraine’s Rabbi...
Yishai and Malkah talk about exploring breaking bad agreements both personally and nationally, Jonathan Pollard’s recently released op-ed, and how to graduate to the next level in the upcoming New Year.
Jewish volunteers have finished building a kitchen the size of a basketball court in Uman, Ukraine, where they plan to prepare 105,000 meals to...
Who says Netanyahu does not want peace with Abbas? He picked up the phone to wish him greetings on Ramadan. Why didn’t Kerry think of that? Maybe Arabs will call tonight and wish Bibi a good fast.”
“I’m very happy she made the right decision for the community,” said the School Board President.