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Women in Green Co-Founder Nadia Matar speaks with Joshua Hasten on Israel Uncensored about their 4th annual Sovereignty Conference on strategies towards applying Israeli sovereignty over the communities of Judea and Samaria.
Sometimes the best way to honor and hold the memory of a departed soul is through building or planting new life. And so it was at Oz veGaon.
Silent protests against Palestinian Authority terror will be held throughout Judea and Samaria during the funeral of terror shooting victims of Rabbi Eitam and...
"Why does the law work only in favor of the Arabs?"
For the first time, there are no police restrictions on the annual Tisha B'Av evening walk around Jerusalem's Old City walls.
Rabbi Levinger was a symbol of simplicity, always traveled by hitchhiking or by bus, despised materialism, was always on a mission, always active for the People of Israel and the Land of Israel.
In Giv’at Oz veGa’on in Gush Etzion, celebrations were held for Simchat Beit HaShoeva.
Minister Bennett praised the government in a visit to Gush Etzion for its decision to answer terror with Jewish expansion.
The local police chief and army commanders came to visit and promised to safeguard the new settlement.
Five years ago, the IDF abandoned a base called Shdema near Bethlehem, part of “Area C” designated as Israeli-controlled, and tried to turn it over to Arabs. A group of women stopped the army.
In the video, police barge into Albert's home, the screen goes dark and we hear him screaming in pain.
On Tisha B'Av evening, the Women in Green led their traditional march with a packed crowd (despite the late hour) around the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem.
The idea of Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria once seemed a pipe dream or nightmare, depending on your view. Now, a respected poll delivers a thunderbolt: 80 percent say it will happen.
Tens of vehicles from across Israel set out in single file to show support and solidarity to the residents of the South Hebron Hills on Friday.
Nadia Matar and her associates at the 'Women in Green' have been conducting their 9th of Av mournful walk around the Old City's walls for 18 years. This year the Jerusalem police has banned the walk for fear of provoking the Arabs. Meanwhile, Jerusalem Police has permitted the Slutwalk Friday, with provocatively dressed women marching to protest sexual harassment.