Yearly Archives: 2018

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Predicts Palestinian Govt in Tel Aviv ‘Soon’

"The victory of the Palestinian people has not meant being able to establish a government in Tel Aviv ..."

Russia Charges US Citizen with Espionage

The United States has requested consular access to the detained individual, the State Department said.

Housing Minister Yoav Galant Quits Kulanu for Likud

The minister met Monday in Tel Aviv with Kahlon to inform him of the decision.

Trump Rethinking Immediate US Pullout From Syria, Says Sen. Graham

Lindsey Graham: “Slow this down. Make sure that we get it right. Make sure ISIS never comes back. Don’t turn Syria over to the Iranians. That’s a nightmare for Israel."

Can One Study The Torah Of Disgraced Rabbis?

Even if we assume a rabbi has truly repented, should he necessarily be reinstated to his prior position?

Title: A Father’s Story: My Fight for Justice Against Iranian Terror

The attacks last week in Israel have once again brought to the fore the blind Islamist hatred for the Jewish people and the Jewish state they’ve succeeded in rebuilding.

Freeing Yourself From OCD

People who have OCD have a hard time making decisions, even relatively simple ones, such as what to eat for lunch and what shirt to wear to work, fearing that a wrong choice could end up having disastrous consequences for themselves or others.

Amos Oz We Knew and Didn’t Love At All, Not Even A Tiny Bit

Amos Oz was genetically incapable of striving for peace – with fellow Jews who challenged his views. With Arabs and folks who worshiped him he got along just fine.

Knesset Passes Bills Punishing Prostitution Clients, Compelling Security Cameras in Old Age Homes

The bill's authors did not consider the option of permitting prostitutes to work in secure environments, where they are examined for venereal diseases and where their income is taxable.

Rav Ephraim Zalman Margolis

Rav Ephraim Zalman would therefore dress modestly – he would not purchase silk or satin clothes, which were very expensive, although he could well afford it.

Prosecution Demands 18-Year Sentence for Killer of British Exchange Student in Jerusalem

The Prosecution argued that the killer was mentally unstable and didn't murder Hannah Bladon out of Nationalistic reasons.
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Exhibition Displays 50 Years Of Stolen Archaeological Findings In Judea and Samaria

In Judea and Samaria specifically, there is rampant destruction of ancient sites. The methods used by the antiquities looters to uncover and expose the findings are brutal, causing irreversible damage.

Number Of Olim to Israel Up 5% in 2018

The country with the largest number of olim (immigrants to Israel) in 2018 was Russia.

Israel’s Population Approaches 9 Million

Israel’s population at the end of 2018 stands at 8.972 million people, 2 percent more than a year ago,

Pauline Koch Einstein

Pauline, a happy, content housewife and mother, without pretensions or ambitions, was devoted to her home and their simple bourgeois lifestyle.

Snow on the Hermon

Israelis enjoy the snow on Mt. Hermon.

Holocaust Deniers Fear For Future Of Denial As Original Deniers Die Off

Even a soldier who was only seventeen at war’s end would be pushing ninety today.

PA Issues Life Sentence to US Arab Who Sold Land to Jews

Akel should consider himself lucky. Land sales to Israelis are considered treason by the PA, and PA citizens who sell land to Israelis can be subject to the death penalty.

The Jewish Threat

We don’t seek to conquer the lands of others as did the colonialist Arab, British or European empires of old. We simply want to determine our own future, the future of the Jewish people, in our own land.

Agenda for 2019: Defend Jewish Interests, not Partisanship

After a year of division, it’s time for Jews on both sides of the blue-red divide to be willing to take on their allies.

Report: Netanyahu Fears Losing Religious Zionist Voters

On the question of who should lead the New Right party, 57% said they wanted Ayelet Shaked, compared with 43% who chose Naftali Bennett.

The Other Intersectionality: Victims of Islamism

The "intersectionality" promoted on campuses and beyond by Hamas/SJP and their fellow travelers seeks, in pursuit of its anti-Israel agenda, to distract attention from the Islamist onslaught, its ongoing savaging of populations in Africa, Asia and America.

Guardian Math: Counting Only in Arabic

The Guardian misrepresents shamelessly the realities of Arab violence in Judea and Samaria.

The Two Major Strategic Turning Points of 2018

Last summer’s events in the Gaza Strip cast serious doubt on the feasibility of a complete Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank, as the proximity of that area to Israel’s main population centers and economic/strategic assets ensures its transformation into the main combat zone should it undergo a militarization process similar to that experienced by Gaza and Lebanon. The question is whether the IDF has an effective response to the advent of parallel major threats on several fronts.

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