Ari Fuld discusses: What are we celebrating on Passover and what are the lessons to be learned?
PM Netanyahu’s promise to extend Israeli sovereignty to the settlements – and not, by the way, “to annex the West Bank” as so many headlines have it – has re-ignited debate about these issues. But nothing’s changed. Here are some popular but false statements about Judea/Samaria and the Jewish communities that have been established there:
In 1993, Yehoshua Friedberg HY'D was murdered by terrorists. Every year, on Taanit Purim, is the Aliya l'Kever. This will be the first Azkara without Ari Fuld.
Perhaps decades ago we could have simply wiped out the PLO and reached some kind of understanding with traditional leaders among the Palestinian Arabs. Perhaps not. But today the “Palestinians” have taken on the mantle of Amalek. They must be defeated and disarmed, and those who see themselves as our enemies must be permanently expelled from the land of Israel.
If the media didn't learn from Tuvia Grossman, why will it learn now from Covington Catholic High School?
Did you know that there was a Palestinian-American in the House long before anyone else, who was in fact the only one who was actually a citizen of “Palestine,” and who had a Palestinian passport? And that he was Jewish?
Bennett and Shaked's breakaway party will either strengthen Israel's right, or completely destroy it in the upcoming elections...
We have reached our breaking points. There are murders and attempted murders almost every day. We try to make agreements, to improve their living conditions, to use the minimum amount of force necessary to protect ourselves. We knock on roofs, shoot rubber bullets, issue work permits, dismantle communities because there is a claim of Palestinian ownership, approve the same building plans over and over without building. They kill Jews.
I remember growing up and wondering why my grandmother would jump and go pale every-time a glass broke in the house.
Media spin describes Khashoggi as a dissident. And he certainly was that. But so was his friend, Osama bin Laden. What Khashoggi wasn’t, was a moderate.
There are people on both sides of the ideological aisle that insist that their perspective trumps the other. Those scientists that are not guided by faith will discard everything that science contradicts. Those that insist on the literal interpretation of entirety of the Torah narrative will deny the science no matter how clearly the science is demonstrated as fact.
One of Ari Fuld's last Torah lessons - the lesson of Moshe's message and advice to Yehoshua and the Nation of Israel before he died.
This is the kind of information that most people simply don't know and those that do, are too dishonest to discuss it. It is important for you to read and then share it out. It's time to reclaim the narrative for the sake of truth!
With a single question, we can determine if your opposition to the "Basic Law: Israel as the Nation State of the Jewish People" stems from unexamined populism or from an anti-Zionist ideology.
Israeli Arabs are noy affected negatively by the new law
The idea that the maps prove that Israel is gobbling land and making peace impossible is a pure falsehood.. The Obama map is a lie.
David Bitton started no small amount of rumors, that Netanyhau offered Shaked the slot right below his in the Likud party.
Find the American students, we are looking for Birthright participants.
The American Jewish leadership don't realize yet how completely manipulated they were by Prime Minister Netanyahu.
It is not Israel that needs to change. It is not Israel that needs to be boycotted. It is the Arab world that needs to have a deep look at itself, how it behaves towards its own peoples and towards others, and how it needs to change.
Ari Fuld takes us down to Israel's south were mortars are raining down.
The IDF will now act completely unrestrained in order to remove the Iranian military threat from Syria.
Why are liberal Americans often so wrong about anything connected to Jews or Israel, despite the fact that they are seemingly obsessed with these subjects? Just ask the New York Times
Some NY Times editors believe that discussing alternatives to the two-state solution constitutes hate speech.
Trump's Jerusalem Declaration has historical ramifications that go far beyond just moving the embassy.