I want to tell you about a dream I had this past Shabbat on Tisha B'Av..
As the activist group described it: "The street names were changed in response to the failed government policy against Hamas and the terrorist organizations"
The House Democrats, however, voted to declare these four racists into victims and the colorblind president who took them to task into a racist.
It's probably safe to say that the August 8 debate will not result in much burning, but the Talmud discourages a voluntary religious debate with gentiles.
In Haredi society, half of which is poor and seventy percent of which are classified as low-income earners, the ratio of debtors is low.
Jason Greenblatt said that the hesitation from the Israeli side surprised him because the US administration repeatedly assured Israel that Israel's "security is first and foremost” in the proposal.
Simon Falic also told the AP: “We are proud to support organizations that help promote Jewish life all over the Land of Israel.”
That beacon of Jewish light, IfNotNow, dedicated to preaching to unsuspecting Birthright youths why the settlers are the same as Nazis, but less organized.
Well, President Piñera did cause an earthquake, but not at the Kotel. He did it a few yards up, at the Temple Mount.
US Rep. Ocasio Cortez: "The fact that concentrations camps are now an institutionalized practice in the Home of the Free is extraordinarily disturbing, and we need to do something about it."
"Even if for now there is no confirmation of an anti-Semitic motive, the attacks on Jews, and especially elderly women of Jewish faith, in this popular district of Paris revive painful memories."
It appears the UK didn't want to undermine the recently signed Iran nuclear deal, by exposing the Hezbollah terror plans.
On the situation in the Palestinian Authority, the head of Military Intelligence pointed to some deployment at the field level in anticipation of the day after Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Last August, Rep. Engel condemned President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.
"I tried to put Tahal's fire out with all the means at my disposal, but everything was failing," her mother told the court. "The fire continues to burn parts of Tahal's body. We continued to flee, terrified and screaming."
Over the two decades or so since Hayut was appointed to the high court, that august body has acted as the 121st member of Knesset.
"We are preparing with all our might for the morning when the strong winds will resume and there is a fear that the fire will also resume strongly."
Flames Destroy Moshav Mevo Modiin, Netanyahu Asks for International Firefighters as Fires Spread in...
Israel's Firefighting Commission has banned people from lighting fires outdoors "while these conditions prevail at reserves and parks in Israel.”
"Twenty-five years ago, the Palestinians were in a terrific situation. Israelis and Palestinians worked together in Hebron. How many people have been killed since 1993?"
"Therefore, in principle, it can be said that if a legislation has been enacted that denies an abortion in any situation, at any stage of gestation, it is not the accepted halachic practice regarding abortion."
On Sunday morning, Ha'aretz ran an op-ed calling for the cancellation of Lag B'Omer.
"The suspect was walking in the middle of the street with his hands folded behind his back, very slowly, especially when an embassy car came up behind him and honked for him to get off the road – he did not like it."
Haredi Rabbi Hillel Handler announced: “We Hasidim have been chosen as the target,” and, “The campaign against us has been successful.”
The year was 1992, Ari Fuld and I had just been drafted into the IDF as lone soldiers...
Islamic Jihad representatives met with the Abu ‘Arar family and offered them full compensation and a registry of the baby as a “Shahid” in exchange for their silence.
This is the true meaning of the time of Sefirah: when one good Jew can be tempted into smearing another good Jew in the heat of the moment.
"That murder was the best and most important thing I have ever done," Irafaiya told his interrogators.
Israel's UN Ambassador: "The words, the demonstrators and the cartoons turn into shootings against worshipers in synagogues.”
"It couldn't possibly happen here" is probably the most notorious comforting line spoken by Jews since the first Pharaonic policeman entered the first Israelite hut demanding to be handed the newborn Jewish male child to be drowned in the Nile.
The online version of the cartoon, featured in the New York Times’ opinion section, has been deleted.