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Lost Tribe of Bnei Menashe Celebrates Sukkot in Northeastern India

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Israel Loses Final Game of European Baseball Championship

In the sixth inning, Assaf Levemart's home run also brought Wanger home and Israel was ahead 4-1.

Gantz: We’ll Take a US Nuke Deal with Iran But Must Have Plan B and C

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett sharply criticizes the former prime minister, saying there was a very large gap between Bibi's speeches and actions on the ground.

MK Demands Penalties for Arab Soccer Fans Who Screamed ‘With Spirit and Blood We’ll Redeem Al-Aqsa’

The Arab team's home stadium was built with public funds from the State of Israel and the Qatar National Olympic Committee.

Bring Them Home

 

Lost Tribe of Bnei Menashe Celebrates Sukkot in Northeastern India

The Bnei Menashe, or sons of Manasseh, claim descent from one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.

Israel Loses Final Game of European Baseball Championship

In the sixth inning, Assaf Levemart's home run also brought Wanger home and Israel was ahead 4-1.

Rabbi Stav: Residents of Diverse Cities Don’t have to Sleep in the Sukkah

The question was posed by a resident of Lod following several shooting incidents in recent days in Lod and Ramla.

Shomron Leader Calls to Stop Arab ‘Occupation’ of Area C After Germany Pledges €100 M. to Fund PA Projects

The “real story” with these EU-funded projects is that they are part of the Fayyad Plan activity to take over Area C.

Knesset Committee Debates Increases in Supplementary Income Allowances for Senior Citizens

The change will benefit those who receive income support, and includes other populations that were not previously eligible.
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Seeing G-d Along the Way

How often in life do we immediately assume the worst of a situation, without ever considering that many setbacks are – more often than not – setups for something better.

An Abbreviated History of Anti-Zionism* 

Branding Israel as racist, portrays her as a country that harms civilian populations, oppresses minorities, establishes restrictive immigration laws and religious statutes as part of their ideological raison d’etre. Thus, Israel’s wars, its military response to terror and laws passed by the Knesset are racist.

Why Freedom Is in Serious Jeopardy

Today, the Left is leading a three-pronged assault on liberty:

The Old Peace Treaties vs. the Abraham Accords

Unlike Israel’s earlier peace agreements with Egypt and Jordan, the Abraham Accords involved Arab countries that do not border Israel, have never fought it on the battlefield, and are relatively unburdened by the Palestinian question. Accordingly, they were able to implement a “people to people” peace that eluded their predecessors.

Emes Ve-Emunah: Why I Am a Jew

I too have questions. And like many, I too have not found satisfactory answers to them all.  And yet I remain true to my faith.

A Jewish Perspective

The Short Version of a VERY long history

How to be Happy on Sukkot During These Crazy Times

When I can’t learn Daf Yomi with my regular Rav, I make sure to watch...

I Always Walked To Shul With My Father

How Walking With My Dad On The High Holidays Kept Me From Walking Away From My Faith

The Pure Joy of Trust – News From The Torah [audio]

As the Israeli People's trust in their government is unraveling, join us to explore how to mend our trust in God especially during the beautiful holiday of Sukkot and its experiential, inspiring, colorful commandments.

Predicting When Mashiach Is Going to Come – Israel Unplugged [audio]

Good or bad? R. Moshe Lichtman discusses why we should be optimistic that the Messiah is on his way.

What Should We Put Our Energies Into This New Year? – The Tamar Yonah Show [audio]

We've had a roller-coaster life for almost 2 years now! So much is changing in the world, and the stage is set with dangerous scenarios awaiting. Where then, should we be putting our energies to do a tikkun, or a fixing this new year?

Daf Yomi

Reckoning Time “Three Festivals Even Out Of Order” (Beizah 19b)

A Leader’s Call To Responsibility

It is that power of hope, born whenever G-d’s love and forgiveness gives rise to human freedom and responsibility, that has made Judaism the moral force it has always been.

Rabbi Dayan’s Shemittah Lessons

The shemittah year cancels outstanding loans that are past due, although nowadays, we usually write a pruzbul to allow collecting loans past shemittah, based on an enactment of Hillel.

Bearing The Guilt

Miri has been carrying around guilt for the accident for over 60 years; for something she had zero responsibility for. She had misinterpreted the situation and blamed herself needlessly enduring enormous pain.

To Widen Our Embrace

You must tell yourselves: I am not my pain. I feel pain, but it alone does not define who I am.

TORAH SHORTS: Parshat Haazinu: Sky, Earth and the Four Winds

A handful of pine-seed will cover mountains with the green majesty of forests. I too will set my face to the wind and throw my handful of seed on high. -Fiona Macleod

Divine Protection

We have nothing to fear from our enemies if we have faith in Hashem; it is specifically the shaky and unstable sukkah that actually symbolizes Hashem’s strength and might.

A Lasting Sukkos Message

Perhaps we might suggest that since this mitzvah symbolizes the Clouds of Glory that came without complaining, Hashem made it a free mitzvah to ensure that no one should complain about a mitzvah that commemorates no complaining.

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