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On Campus: Minority Priorities

Today, the people who preach tolerance in the US and Canada are the least tolerant; the people who complain of discrimination welcome practitioners of the oldest discrimination of all-anti-Semitism

The Sacrifice at the End of Days

Our generation has nothing left. The world is filled with endless noise, distractions, and base desires pulling all of us in every direction. The Almighty is hidden from us, seemingly far away.

Obama’s Third Term is Here

While it is Trump's first term in office, coincidentally it seems it is Obama's third term as well.

As Sharia as Apple Pie

The march definitely propelled Linda Sarsour, a Palestinian-American, pro-Sharia, Obama advisor, feminist, activist who also participated in the Standing Rock protests into the political night sky.

Shurat HaDin: Obama Secretly Transferred $1.7 Billion to Iran to Keep It Out of...

The US and Iran did not draft a written settlement agreement or any other formal documentation of the cash transfers, and Iran directed the Iran-US Tribunal at the Hague that it not record the settlement of its claim.

Political Hitman – Stand Up, Don’t Sit With Your Heads Down [audio]

When you see injustice and lies on your college campuses, what do you do?

Keep Making Aliyah

After the Jewish people came to the Land of Israel they were commanded to “keep making aliyah” – to go up to Jerusalem 3 times a year. Rabbi Yishai Fleisher is reunited with Rabbi Mike Feuer for Spiritual Cafe where they discuss the end of the summer, the passing of Gene Wilder, the Torah portion which includes the laws of kosher and non kosher animals, the searching for the right spot and building of the Temple, and the laws of the false prophet. Reconnect with the Torah portion and the Land of Israel on this weeks exciting program.

Or Sasson is Second Israeli Medalist at Rio Olympics, 48 Hours Later Still Not...

A male Israeli judoka wins a second bronze medal at the Rio Olympics for the Jewish State; his Egyptian opponent faces ire.

Netanyahu Warns Hezbollah Will Meet ‘Iron Fist’ If Group Attacks Israel

PM Netanyahu warns Hezbollah not to test Israel's strength; there will be a "powerful response" if the group attacks.

Jerusalem Light Rail Expansion Approved, City to Add More Lines

The Jerusalem municipality has approved two more lines for the city's Light Rail and an extension of the current Red Line.

IDF to Demolish Home of Hallel Ariel’s Killer

The IDF and Civil Administration have issued the order to demolish the family home of Hallel Ariel's killer.

African-American Christian Ministers Visit Israel In Blooming Of ‘Natural’ Partnership

The trip just concluded marked The Fellowship’s third such mission; it brought 21 ministers to Israel in the summer of 2015 and 22 more in January of this year.

Yehuda Glick Sworn In as MK

Glick recited the Hebrew blessing “shehechiyanu” – which is said on special occasions and new experiences.

Terrorist Killed in Attempted Stabbing Attack

Border Guard Police were alert and stopped the terrorist from taking a life.

Journalist: Only Country ISIS Fears Is Israel

He told the UK’s Jewish News that Islamic State is “preparing the largest religious cleansing in history” and admitted to being “pessimistic” about whether the West can do much about it.

Another Day, Another Wannabe Woman Terrorist Stopped

Another Arab female tries to become a "martyr" by brandishing a knife at Israeli troops in Hebron, but is stopped.

Arab Stopped with Loaded Kalashnikov

IDF forces stopped a suspicious car near the town of Neve Tzuf in the Binyamin region.

Rivlin Explains Presence At Conroversial Symposium, Says Israel Won’t Be Cowed By Terror

“When 13-year-old kids wake up in the morning and decide to take a pair of scissors and kill people, we have no way of convincing them they shouldn't do that [and] it's up to their own system to do that. "

Pan American Maccabi Games in Santiago, Chile ‘Best Moment Of Their Jewish Athletic Life’

“The Pan American Maccabi games,” says 41-year-old Santiago lawyer Alvaro Rosenblut and chairman of the organizing committee, “will be the the biggest Jewish-Zionist event outside Israel.”

Israel’s Ambassador to UN Ron Prosor ‘Glad to Come Home’

Israel's Ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor, bid goodbye to the world body this week, saying he's "glad to come home."

Netanyahu Tells Kerry PA Incitement Causing Terror Wave

PM Netanyahu told US Secy of State Kerry on Saturday that Palestinian Authority leaders are behind Israel's current wave of terror.

Hundreds of Arabs Riot North of Jerusalem at Qalandia Checkpoint

Israeli security forces pushed back hundreds of Palestinian Arabs who rioted Tuesday morning at the Qalandia checkpoint north of Jerusalem.

Court Rules Jimmy Kimmel Can Make Fun of ‘Flying Rabbi’

YouTube videos feature Sondik on the street singing Chassidic style tunes.

She Called Him ‘David’ for the Grandfather Who Blew Shofar in the Ukraine Underground

In Kiryat Yam, a mother bravely asked Yad L'Achim to arrange a bris for her baby, and called him 'David' for his grandfather.

Economics Committee Tussles with Finance Over Broadcast Authority

The Knesset Economics Committee threatens the Finance Ministry with dark TV screens in a "reminder" letter over the Israel Broadcasting Corp. budget.

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