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“Even on days when the south appears to be quiet, beneath the surface terrorist organizations continue their efforts."
The tunnel was found "thanks to the technological and collection capabilities of the underground sensory barrier on the Gaza border."
“It would be highly problematic, and it would be really devastating for the economy.”
The Red Alert incoming rocket siren was triggered in the communities of Nahal Oz, Kfar Aza and Sa’ad.
One of the MOUs signed this week exempts Emirati citizens from the requirement to present a visa for entry into the Jewish State.
The EAPC-MED-RED plan, which will include other countries as well, is to avoid crossing the Suez Canal and save time for Asia buyers.
Border Policewomen Hadas Malka and Hadar Cohen were killed in terror attacks defending the Damascus Gate area.
The Sudan Scholars Association has issued a fatwa permitting diplomatic relationships with "any nation in the world, including Israel."
On 20th Anniversary of Ramallah Lynchings: Brother of Vadim Norzhich Says ‘Family Consistently Let Down’
"They continue to broadcast the same hate and incitement as they did in the days leading up to the lynchings."
The students . . . understand full well that if they don't do it, it simply won't happen - and this heritage that is so precious to them will be lost."
Sudan Pays $335M to Families of Victims of Terror for Removal from US List of State Sponsors of Terror
There was no mention by either side regarding American pressure on Sudan to agree to sign on to peace accords with the State of Israel.
Some members of Congress and the Senate as well, Ilhan Omer, Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren have been extremely critical of Israel and would like to condition US aid on stopping Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Yet, they have supported US legislation that supports Armenian settlements in Nagorno-Karabakh
Studies show that if migratory flows continue at the current pace, France could become a Muslim-majority country within 30 to 40 years. Other European countries are moving in the same direction; their leaders are behaving no more courageously than French leaders are. Censorship against anti-Islamic statements is increasing rapidly across the continent.
It is Washington’s strong support for Saudi Arabia’s security needs, clear stance against Iran’s pursuit of regional hegemony, support for Saudi actions in Yemen, and willingness to set aside its criticism of Riyadh’s domestic policies that have allowed for even the possibility of a formal shift in the kingdom’s stance on Israel. But Joe Biden has made clear that if elected, he intends to reverse all those policies. Such changes, along with his preemptive rejection of Israel’s extension of sovereignty to any new territory, would undermine any prospect that exists for normalization between Israel and Saudi Arabia.
The medical team at the hospital reported that his situation was dangerous. Then he began using our Kinor Lev method according to my telephone instructions.
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The post-holidays Genesis show begins with a bang! First, Malkah Fleisher on the fate of the universe while the internet is down. Then, Rav Mike Feuer on the how the imperfections of creation are the key to our relationship with God. And finally, Josh Reinstein of the Knesset Allies Caucus on global support for Israel and these faithful-fateful elections.
In the past, a question came to mind that had been bothering me regarding Succos. My...
Question: A while back you wrote at length about ibur, the intercalation of the year, and noted that we rely today on a fixed calendar rather than the testimony of witnesses to determine the starting days of various yamim tovim. My question is – and I’m sure I’m not the first to ask this: Why do we continue to celebrate two days of yom tov nowadays when we have a fixed calendar and know exactly when each festival starts? Aryeh Roth
If so, why was Noah commanded not to murder (and, likely, other old commandments) as well? Apparently, there was something not yet completely intuitive, and that was the sanctity of life.
There are many stories about his devotion to his students, his deep concern for everyone, his endless good deeds, and his fascinating educational approach.
The healthy, the strong individual, is the one who asks for help when he needs it. Whether he has an abscess on his knee or in his soul. -Rona Barrett