Henry ‘We Saved You in 1973’ Kissinger Turns 100

Israeli historian Dr. Uri Milstein says the 1973 war was the result of a secret plot involving Moshe Dayan, Kissinger, and Sadat.

Antisemitism Expert Kenneth Marcus on Biden’s Plan: Long on Rhetoric, Short on Substance

The administration appears to be retreating from a longstanding commitment to issue regulations on combating antisemitism.

Head of Institute for Policy and Strategy: Iranian Threat Intensifying, Nasrallah Ready for Aggression

The Arabs perceive President Biden’s refusal to meet with PM Netanyahu as an Israeli weakness.

Monitoring Agency: Saudi School System Toned Down Antisemitic Content in Textbooks

Three years later, the monitors have seen some and even significant improvements.

If the World Zionist Congress Attacks Israel’s Government, Does Anyone Care?

They can tell the Israeli government whatever they wish, but they just don’t have a say.

Israeli General: Nasrallah Close to Triggering Regional War

Hamas's activities in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan also entail grave risk, IDF intelligence chief says.

US Critic of Transgender Craze Banned by Tel Aviv Liberal & Open-Minded Venue

“Many on the left either have no idea what is going on, or they are blinded by genderist ideologues."

Bar Kochba Era Sarcophagi Uncovered in Vandalized Galilee Cave

Damaging antiquities is a criminal offense in Israel, punishable by five years in prison.

Bedridden Elderly Woman Makes a Wish, Volunteer EMTs Take Her to the Kinneret

United Hatzalah’s Ten Kavod (Heb. Give Respect) project monitors the health of elderly Israeli and combating their loneliness.

MK Gafni: My Haredi Brother Fought in Lebanon and Was Still Called ‘Parasite’

His children will receive half the salary and half the funding Yair Lapid will receive.

Rabbinical Court: False Police Complaints Used Routinely in Divorce Disputes

"One cannot say too much about the humiliation involved in actually removing one of the spouses from his home."

Sunday Ben Gvir Prayed on Temple Mount

Petra reported that “dozens of Jewish extremist settlers, led by Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, on Sunday stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque."

Opening Soon: Israel’s Longest Hanging Bridge Overlooking Jerusalem’s Old City

The bridge offers stunning views of Jerusalem, including the Old City and the Temple Mount.

Report: Systemic Police Harassment of Jews on Temple Mount on Flag Day

"Going up to the Temple Mount should become routine and not anything to get excited about."

Jerusalem Day in the Years Just Following the City’s Liberation

KKL-JNF released these photos offering a glimpse of life in Jerusalem in the 1970s, only a few years after the Six-Day War, in honor of Jerusalem Liberation Day.

Yehoram Gaon Releases ‘With Each Rolling Stone’ Honoring Jerusalem Day

"I have not found a greater love than this for the eternal city, humbly wishing to be a stone of the wall."

Astoria Assembly Member Pushing Bill to Boycott Israeli Settlements

Queens Democrat assembly members believe the bill is “dead on arrival.”

2,000-Year-Old Receipt Uncovered in the City of David

The researchers believe "the everyday life of the inhabitants of Jerusalem who resided here 2,000 years ago is expressed in this simple object."

Netanyahu Orders Ban on Lag B’Omer Bonfire Lighting by Sex Offenders

Cult leader Eliezer Berland, recently released from prison, was honored with lighting the Lag B'Omer bonfire.

Bar-Ilan U: The Intellectually Disabled Benefit from Postsecondary University Education

Next month six adults with ID will become the first in Israel to complete all academic requirements for a bachelor's degree.

Shipwrecked 1,800 Years Ago, Enormous Cargo of Marble Artifacts Uncovered North of Netanya

The ship was wrecked in a storm in the shallow waters, and dropped anchor in a desperate effort to prevent the ship from grounding.

Watch Out: Islamic Jihad Hacks Israeli Social Networks

Always be suspicious of links from strangers, even if they list 100 mutual friends.

2-Year Crisis Over: Israelis Can Renew their Passports in 4 Cities, No Appointment Necessary

At the end of the month-long operation, there will be an assessment as to whether it should be extended.

A Successful Operation – Lessons Learned

Lessons learned from Operation Shield and Arrow.

Watch: Terrorists’ Live Video Tweet Captures their Death

The live feed on Twitter shows two terrorists removing rifles from a stash before they are hit.

Zhytomyr Orphans Escape from Rocket Shelled Ashkelon

100 Ukrainian orphans living in Israel escaped the terror of war for the second time.

Rabbi Edelstein under Arab Fake News Attack Distorting his Call for Learning, Love, and...

Most of the attacks in Arabic called Rabbi Edelstein “extremist,” and located his residence in a “settlement.”

Economic Competition Czar: Banks Supervision in Israel Is Regulatory Spaghetti

"The supervision of the non-banking entities should be reduced and adapted to international standards.”

Bernie Sanders Helps Rashida Tlaib Move Nakba Party Across the Street

ADL's Jonathan Greenblatt: “It is disgraceful that Sen. Sanders allowed this event by Rep Rashida Tlaib to be held in our nation’s Capitol."


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