Yearly Archives: 2023

240,000 Israeli Refugees Look Forward to Returning to Their Homes

“It’s clear to us that we won’t move back until Hamas is fully destroyed. I miss my home. I don’t know what it would take to get me back there. The army will have to regain our trust.”

Jewish Man Punched Repeatedly, Robbed in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

The attacker also stole the victim’s cell phone and then called him a [expletive] "dirty Jew" before fleeing the scene. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition.

Yemen’s Houthis Vow to Target Any Israel-Bound Ship Regardless of Ownership

The Houthi leader also threatened ships escorting vessels en route to Israel.

Hamas Leader’s Son Spent Thousands on Jewelery, Receipts Show

Reports indicate that the Hamas leadership controls an investment portfolio estimated at close to $1 billion dollars and owns assets in Sudan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Algeria, Egypt and other places.

Jewish Woman Beaten Unconscious in London, Left for Dead

Horrifically but unsurprisingly, numerous people and drivers passed as the attack was taking place, but not one person stopped to help the victim,

The Purpose of Mashiach – Parshat Vayeishev

When Tamar's life was threatened, she did not save herself by throwing Yehuda "under the bus".

Senior ANC Official Meets with Hamas, PLO/Fatah Delegation

They called for the release of all "Palestinian" "political" prisoners and cessation of occupation.

PA Envisions Ruling Gaza with Hamas as a Partner

U.S. officials visited Ramallah earlier this week to discuss a plan for the day after the war in Gaza.

Hamas Claims Israeli Hostage Was Killed in IDF Rescue Attempt

Israeli sources believe there are 138 hostages still in Hamas captivity.

Living The Dream

I like to live on the edge, says Lilach and love for adventure and risk-taking seems to be something that runs in the family. So does life off the beaten track.

White House Removes CAIR from National Strategy on Antisemitism

A White House spokesman also condemns "shocking, antisemitic statements" from the Council on American-Islamic Relations executive director.

Israel to Open Kerem Shalom Crossing to Inspect Gaza Aid Trucks

Egypt is still not allowing displaced Gazans to flee the war and enter the Sinai.

The 100-A-Day Challenge

After digging deep and forcing myself to come up with new material to thank Hashem for, I noticed more instances of Divine intervention throughout the week.

The Proud And The Prejudiced (Part II)

You were not allowed to roam those villages anymore, but from time to time we would take the train which was absolutely punishable by death.

Ben Gvir Authorizes Using Prison Dungeon to House Hamas Massacre Terrorists

Remember how so many in Israel made fun of Ben Gvir’s decree that eliminated Hamas prisoners’ baking their own morning pittas?

Washington, DC – U.S. – Romanian Roundtable On Holocaust Remembrance And The Threat Of...

Event to mark 20 years since the Elie Wiesel Commission changed Romania’s course on Holocaust remembrance.

From Shame To Pride

The very fact that I now clearly see what we stand for. I saw it before, but for some reason, since October 7, rather than feel ashamed to be a Jew, I feel even prouder.

Police Arrest Man Who Fired Rifle and Shouted ‘Free Palestine’ Outside Albany Synagogue

Mufid Fawaz Alkhader faces charges related to the unauthorized possession of a firearm and is scheduled to appear in federal court on Friday.

Q & A: Ner Ish U’Beito – How Many Light The Menorah At Home?...

Question: My husband and I are Ashkenazi, yet my children go to school with Sefardim. My son came home and said that only my husband is to light the Chanukah candles. In my parent’s home, we all lit our own candles on Chanukah to celebrate the great miracle that saved our people for all future generations. Who is correct? Name Withheld Via E-Mail

Financial Planning Checklist: 20 Ideas To Consider Before Year-End

The end of the secular year typically coincides with certain deadlines. It is also a great opportunity to set the stage for a financially successful new year.

Yud Tes Kislev

Torah teaches us that time is extremely precious, and every moment must be used to its fullest advantage. Why then do we use time to repeat things already known?

Dear Dr. Yael

Compliments are gifts of love, but they only work if they are sincere and are given freely, without coercion.

Thomas Friedman Erupts against Israel Yet Again

On Oct. 7, some of the most fervent believers in peace with the Palestinians were reduced to ashes. Does he think Israel will now force 100,000 Jews to leave their homes in Judea and Samaria to create Hamastan?

Candles In The Dark

The lighting of the menorah was one mitzvah among many mitzvot, arguably not even the most important mitzvah, that had come to be neglected under the oppression of the Seleucid Greeks.

Festival Of Lights

Although there is no halacha against lighting up your home with lights for Chanukah – after all, in Israel they’re used for Succoth and Yom HaAtzmaut – most Jews abroad make the lights of the chanukiah the sole focus of Chanukah.


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