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Report: Habayit Hayehudi Contemplated Suicide

Party CEO Nir Auerbach became Persona non grata to some members when it turned out he had been in on the Bennett-Shaked parlor trick.

Turns Out First Somali-American Congresswoman Is Just Another Anti-Semite

"The Jewish power to hypnotize the world, as Ms. Omar put it, is the plot of Jud Süss — the most successful Nazi film ever made."

Iran Central Bank Chief: Japan Importing Iran Oil Again

While issuing the "toughest ever" sanctions against Iran, the US also granted exemptions to eight countries, including India, to import Iran oil.

PA Refusing US Aid to Avoid Huge Lawsuits

At stake are millions of dollars in cash, training, and equipment, and the regular coordination between the PA, IDF and US security forces.

Two IDF Soldiers Injured in Joseph’s Tomb Tu Bishvat Celebration

About two thousand Jewish visitors participated in the event.

Reform Clergy Explains How Anti-Semitism Drove Her Away from Women’s March

Guzik reminded Guereca and Katz of their assurances that "if a speaker went off script, the managers of the program would raise the music."

Israel Bombs Iranian Targets in Syria – Again – Then Shuts Down Hermon Ski Resort as Precaution

Israelis living in the Golan Heights, however, were told to continue their usual routine, unless they received further instructions from Home Front Command.

Week 10: French Yellow Vest Protesters Target Napoleon’s Tomb

Hundreds of riot police were attacked on the streets by the protesters.

Shas Sephardic Party Spiritual Leader Rabbi Shalom Cohen Hospitalized in Jerusalem

"It was decided the rabbi will remain in the hospital overnight for a series of examinations."

UK Brings Remains of 6 Holocaust Victims to Final Rest in Jewish Cemetery

A memorial garden is to be built on the site where the six victims have been laid to rest.

Watch: Tu B’Shevat Means Fresh Fruit from Israel to Begin New Year of Trees

“Farmers are today’s pioneers, and Israel’s agricultural produce is among the best in the world.”

Trump and a World Without Marshall Gary Cooper

Unwittingly, perhaps, and in his unorthodox way, Trump may have invited Americans to also contemplate the choice they have.

INTO THE FRAY: Generals in Israeli Politics: Pinnacle of Perversity?

As a rule, on entering Israeli politics, senior military and security figures have played a troubling role, which has—almost uniformly—proved disastrous, both for the country and/or for themselves.

US Higher Education 101: SLAM ISRAEL

Anti-Israel lesson plans are fast becoming a problem in high schools across the country and even in unlikely places like the heavily Jewish populated town of Newton, Mass.

Israel, the Land I Love

Impossible is what Israel is about, and there are few places in the world that are able to take that which can’t be done and do it anyway.

Trump’s Peace Plan Irrelevant

Israel’s economic integration into the region is proceeding nicely without a resolution to an unsolvable conflict with the Palestinians.

Moshe Arens: Product of a ‘Proud Generation’

In the image of his ideological mentor, Ze’ev Jabotinsky, the Latvia-born Israeli became a pillar of professional and political achievement—a voice of reason during the crucial development of the Jewish state.
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Weapons of Faith

Leaving Egypt the Jewish men take swords for the eventual next wars, and the woman take tambourines to celebrate the eventual miracles! Rav Mike Feuer joins Rabbi Yishai for a faithful journey through the Splitting of the Red Sea, and the war with Amalek. Then, Malkah Fleisher joins to talk about the Manna-like snow in Jerusalem and Judea!

Wear The Necklace?

The power of 'lost and found'

Splitting The Sea – Natural Or Supernatural?

We have here two ways of seeing the same events: one natural, the other supernatural. The supernatural explanation – that the waters stood upright – is immensely powerful, and so it entered Jewish memory. But the natural explanation is no less compelling. The Egyptian strength proved to be their weakness. The weakness of the Israelites became their strength.

The Necessity of Asking Questions

Judaism believes it’s a religious duty to teach our children to ask questions.

Welcoming Shabbos At ‘The Last Minute’

Why did this unexpected landing in Athens become front-page headlines? What did Hashem want us to learn from it?

A Revolution For Jewish Women: Technology Meets Halacha

Rabbi Fishel Jacobs of Kfar Chabad in Israel believes the Jewish world is experiencing a...

Truly, Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes

Misinterpretations abound. Always judge favorably. Doing so is not just the halacha. It’s also wise.

Seeking A Filter

I am desperately searching for a filter that purifies the twisted Lishon haRah we use to speak of God: the positive attributes in which we unhesitatingly express our belief.

Dance of Forgiveness

Miriam and the women who followed her recognized that Israel would be unable to move forward until they forgave God for their suffering and their fear. So they sang of God desiring to share His power with them so that they too would be able to "hurl horse with rider into the sea," as Israel does to Amalek in the closing scene of the portion.

Parshat Beshallach: Rashi Contends with Non-Jews

Rashi might be reminding us Jews in almost every generation had to deal with non-Jews who challenged their faith, making it our job to hold fast to Torah, the Torah we already understand and the Torah we continue to work to understand.

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