Litzman Explains His Resignation, Blasts Gamzu

Said Litzman, "Gamzu doesn't understand the significance of such a pilgramage [to Uman] just like I don't understand the importance of a basketball game."

Ben Uliel, 26, Receives Three Life Sentences, Rabbis Protest

Asked how Ben Uliel reacted to the news, Baum said, “He has great faith. He is a follower of Breslov, and he looks for the good in everything.

Some Breslov Chassidim Made It To Uman, Most Have Not

Thousands have been stranded in Belarus, prevented from continuing across the border, but those with money can pay a bribe of $2,200 to the authorities to be smuggled into Uman.

Should We Celebrate The ‘Abraham Agreement’?

Caution is called for, but not to the point of turning our backs on the positive.

What Does The Peace Deal Mean For Har HaBayit?

Obviously, we have a good distance to go before we reach full redemption, but, for example, last week I davened Mincha on Har HaBayit with a minyan. Once upon a time, that was an impossible dream.

Bye Bye, Dubai – On the Prohibition of Leaving Eretz Yisrael

According to the Rambam, it is forbidden to leave the Land of Israel, even temporarily, except for three reasons: to study Torah, to find a wife, and to do business.

Two Settler Leaders React To Israel-UAE Deal

I believe Kushner more than I believe Bibi.

Expelled, Expelled, And Expelled Again – Homesh Jews Remain Defiant

Arabs often throw stones and Molotov cocktails at our vehicles traveling from Homesh to Shavei Shomron.

My Desperate Fight To Save Gush Katif

Protestors demanded that we break down the fence surrounding Kfar Maimon.... Yesha leaders and rabbis called for patience. All through the night and the following morning, the tension increased.

Netzarim Family Recalls A Nightmare

It isn't something readily comprehensible when your own Jewish army and Jewish government throw you out of your home in the Jewish homeland.

MK Meir Porush Meets With Aliyah Activists

Rabbi Elisha Bruck, who works with a group called Kedushat Tzion told me that since Medinat Yisrael is a highly-charged subject for charedim, Kedushat Tzion employs the word “immigration” in its literature and conversations, not “aliyah,” which has a Zionist connotation.

What Exactly Are The Protests In Israel About?

At the last demonstration, I strolled through the crowd and recognized agitators who staged protests against Israeli soldiers in Hevron and Samaria.

Why Aren’t Jews Worldwide Moving To Israel? The Jewish Press Investigates

Every Jew who speaks Hebrew and who is willing to take any job to survive is promised that he won’t go without bread.

An Artist In Love… With The Land Of Israel

When Rav Kook became the chief rabbi of Jerusalem, he visited the Bezalel Academy of Art, and encouraged the students to use their talents to paint landscapes of Eretz Yisrael to arouse a yearning for the Land in the hearts of everyone who viewed the paintings.

Three Rabbis Respond To President Rivlin’s Comments

Jewish values do not come from man. They come from the G-d of perfection and compassion.

‘The Trump Plan Is A Trap Coated With Honey’: An Interview with veteran Settlement...

The government of Israel must reject the plan completely. It is a time-bomb of terrible danger.

Treating Covid-19 Patients In Jerusalem: An Interview with Yonaton HaLevy, President of Shaare Zedek...

Over the last week, from 125 hospitalizations, we are down to 34. Five out of our six units have been closed.

Israel Heads Back to School

The danger remains very real. There is no justification for leniencies.

Efrat Hit Hard By Covid-19, Second Only To Bnei Brak

We know that many people carry the virus without getting overly sick, or without manifesting any symptoms at all. This might have saved economies that are now crumbling under the strain of the minimized work force.

Why Were Charedi Areas Hit So Badly?

The anti-Zionist, anti-state community turns a deaf ear to government pronouncements, whether they come from the Health Department of the Chief Rabbinate, which they consider [to be a body] of Reform rabbis.

Is Mashiach Around The Corner?

If you want to build a skyscraper, then the one-story building can no longer remain. You have to destroy it.

Living Under A Pandemic: A Glimpse Of Life On One Settlement

My wife, who works harder than I do, wants me to emphasize the positive changes that the health crisis has inspired.

The Coronavirus Is Killing Israel’s Tourism Industry

Rachel Sternberg is an independent travel agent in Jerusalem. The Jewish Press asked her how business had changed since the outbreak of the epidemic.

Israeli Institute May Be On Verge Of Coronavirus Vaccine

The MIGAL Galilee Research Institute in Israel has developed a vaccine against coronavirus in birds and hopes to soon do the same for the...

Will Me’arat Hamachpelah Get An Elevator?

Ten years ago, Bibi promised he would get it done. Nu? Where's the elevator?

Tel Aviv Orders Removal Of ‘Inciteful’ Billboard

In a notice to the media, the Office of the Mayor stated that the billboards were removed due to “incitement and harming public feelings.”

Forgotten History – The Torah-Underground Nexus

“It is not widely known that the Irgun’s first leader, David Raziel, studied at the Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Avraham Yitzhak HaKohen Kook,” Rabbi Yehuda HaKohen, a teacher at Machon Meir Yeshiva, told The Jewish Press.

Young Settlers Plan Aggressive Strategy In Reaction To Trump Plan

We need to rise up to a new stage of settlement in a positive and productive manner with a new wave of settlement…in Israeli-controlled areas distant from existing yishuvim.

The Peace Plan: Rabbis Lior, Aviner, And Eliyahu Speak Out

Just as a normal husband doesn't make a deal whereby he gives his wife to a neighbor for two days a week, the nation of Israel is commanded not to make deals over the land that G-d gave us.

Defiant Settlers Rebuild Their Homes

Several days later, when the police left the area, the families began to rebuild their homes, but the police returned and knocked down walls the settlers had erected. Now the homes are standing once again.


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